Communication about what you need when you come in for a massage can be very simple or extremely complex. Many LMTs understand a variety of communication styles and can often intuit how best to care for you. Our basic questions are represented in this silly comic… Continue reading Let’s Chat: The Basics of Massage
For me, providing holistic care means helping people to live fully and to die well… I bring my compassionate care to you here in the Portland area… Continue reading Living Fully and Dying Well
Our team is here to help you reach your wellness goals.
Byung Cho, LAc ~ Trista Wynne, MA, LMT ~ Mario Doria, DC Continue reading Meet my Healing Team
Drink deeply from
the nectar of life! A monthly massage appointment helps to maintain wellness and balance of body, mind and spirit. Continue reading Drink Deeply from Life
Summer 2018 – My office in Beaverton will be open on Fridays (9 AM to 6 PM) and Saturdays (12 PM to 6 PM) during the months of June, July & August. Continue reading Summer Schedule – 2018
Why do We Hurt? – Hidden trauma can cause physical pain… Massage, Reiki and Spiritual Counsel can help… Continue reading Why do We Hurt?
Healing is a process that is well-worth our time and energy. It is much like a flower unfolding in the Spring. Nothing can hurry the process of this sacred opening, but it can be supported with the gifts of a compassionate healer. Massage, Reiki and Spiritual Counsel are available for you here. These modalities can support your journey towards holistic wellness. I invite you to … Continue reading Healing is a Process
I am reminded of the importance of considering our compost. — Heal old wounds with Massage, Reiki and Spiritual Counsel. Continue reading Compost in the Garden
Making space for reflection time and renewal is an important part of our healing work together… Continue reading Deep Healing through Listening
Is your body asking for nurture? Is it asking for quiet? Is it asking for compassion? Are you ready to trade your fast-paced motion of life for a soft, introspective time? Continue reading Notice Yourself – A Teacher’s Reflection