Meet the Massage Therapists

  • Andrew | TPC Licensed Massage Therapist

    Andrew is the youngest of six children and has been a licensed massage therapist for nearly 10 years now. He has also coached gymnastics for 8 years, competitively and recreationally. Andrew's mother is a massage therapist so he grew up around massage therapy. Growing up with dyslexia has shaped the way Andrew teaches and drives his compassion towards people trying to learn new things. 


    Andrew specializes in pregnancy, shoulders, and trigger point therapy. He uses all kinds of different modalities he has learned over the years in an integrated way. Andrew has an extensive background in medical (8 years) and spa (5 years) massage. He likes to add spa techniques to his base medical massage to enhance the experience. Andrew also does sports massage, stretching techniques, active release techniques, and cranial sacral therapy work. 


    Above all, Andrew loves teaching people about the body and helping people be their best selves. He tries his best the bring these tenets out in his work. Andrew strongly believes helping some learn in a way that they can understand goes a long way in helping them to care about themselves and know what they are capable of and what they can achieve. 

  • Brandie | TPC Licensed Massage Therapist

    Brandie has been pursuing a career in the healing arts since high school. With a background in nursing, Brandie’s interest in alternative approaches to pain management and disease prevention was fueled by her own experience as a survivor of breast cancer. During her cancer treatment, Brandie found acupuncture, Reiki, and massage therapy to be more effective with managing her chemotherapy side effects than pain medication. Since then, Brandie has lead others down a path to wellness as a certified personal trainer, nutritionist, yoga, and Pilates instructor. Additionally, she has a mastery of Reiki therapy, holds a license in massage therapy from East West Collage, and is a certified Doula.

    At TPC, Brandie works with patients through massage therapy, focusing on deep tissue massage, prenatal massage, Swedish massage, and dynamic cupping modalities. She is also available for assisted stretching as a TPC Stretchologist, utilizing PNF stretching to help patients gain more flexibility and joint mobilization.

    When Brandie is not at TPC, she a practicing doula, personal trainer, yoga teacher, childbirth educator, lactation consultant, and nutritional therapist. She even has time to throw on her running shoes, hike with her husband and children, knit, read, and make music. If you can’t find her pursuing these activities, you’ll catch her in her medicinal herb garden growing a personal apothecary.

    “I love massage. To me, massage isn’t a service; it’s an experience. I try to help all of my clients feel empowered by deciding their path of healing and helping them take that path.  I help them to maintain control of their care and work to teach them that as a healer, my job is to encourage and support them on their journey, but that I am not healing them; I am simply helping them to heal themselves.”

  • Joey | TPC Licensed Massage Therapist

    Joey has been a massage therapist for nearly 12 years and has dabbled in therapeutic, on-the-go, self-employment, spa, and now chiropractic/medical massages. This is where he has found his calling. Being able to see the techniques he has learned and become proficient in taking root and the difference they can make in people's lives from as little as one session is a gift he won't soon give up. 


    Joey has dipped his toes in many modalities but what keeps calling him back are integrative therapies like trigger point, assisted stretch, and Thai massage. With these, he has seen wonderful progress on some very tough issues. Going forward, Joey wishes to learn more about craniosacral and Rolfing.  

  • Lynn | TPC Licensed Massage Therapist

    Lynn is a mother to a daughter and son (ages 25 and 23) and has been a licensed massage therapist for over 17 years. Although she grew up in the southwest, she has lived in Oregon for over 18 years; hiking, yoga, kayaking, rafting, and deep woods camping to soak up Oregon's earthly tones. She has always had a passion for healing and rehabilitating those in need, which has led to the start of her journey to caregiving/CNA. While aiding in the daily comforts and routines for her patients, she became inspired to further pursue the medical field. It became quickly apparent that massage therapy was Lynn's greatest calling due to her strong interest in the recovery of muscular and skeletal structures through trigger points and physiotherapy. 


    Lynn graduated from medical massage therapy school with a hunger for the naturopathic approach to medicine. Her strong desire directed her to be part of the chiropractic family and strengthen the wellness lifestyle for the past 18 years. She has been dual-licensed as a chiropractic assistant to also perform sports and rehabilitation modalities. Her specialties involve deep tissue, craniosacral therapy, cupping myofascial release, and trigger point therapy. 

  • Martin | TPC Licensed Massage Therapist

    Martin channels his natural aptitude for caring touch through massage therapies that enrich both the giver and receiver. He combines his socio-emotional sensitivity with an analytical problem-solving approach to his bodywork delivering results through relaxation to achieve muscular and structural correction. Trained at the rigorous Texas Center for Massage Therapy, Martin’s outcome-focused work includes trigger point therapy, structural integration, sports massage, hydrotherapy, and Swedish massage as well as modalities requiring a more intuitive sense such as acupressure, craniosacral therapy, and Shiatsu.  When Martin is not at the table, you can find him pursuing a wide variety of creative endeavors, including horticulture and botany, woodworking with hand tools, contact juggling, and improving his comfort level in dancing.  'My approach to bodywork is based on a medical and scientific understanding of the physical body. My strong suits are both deep tissue manual manipulation modalities, as well as educating patients/clients on the importance of four preventive maintenance components: hydration, breath control, range of motion, and body mechanics in that order.'

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9:00 AM-12:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-12:00 PM

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 AM-12:00 PM

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

9:00 am-11:00 am

Sunday:

Closed

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