MEET THE STAFF
Rachel O. LMT#25891
I practice a blend of massage from my pursuance and love of the art of healing. Using the theory and mechanics from my study of Ayurveda, Thai yoga, Swedish, and Tuina (Chinese medical massage), I create a layering of mixed modalities that invigorate, expand, and relax the body, mind, and spirit. I use deep tissue, stretching, and tapping, to balance the body and influence painful joints, muscles, anxiety, migraines, and stomach issues.
My heart and soul are most recently involved in the study of acupuncture and western herbalism.
Tanya H. LMT#25996
Tanya H, a northwest native, but recent Portland transport, has been a massage therapist since 2011. She studied massage at Heartwood Institute in Northern California and New Mexico Academy of Healing Arts in Santa Fe, NM. She is trained in Swedish massage, deep tissue, CranioSacral therapy, Ortho-bionomy, Reiki, abdominal massage, prenatal & postpartum, and hot stone massage. Tanya’s bodywork is intuitive, gentle but deep, using pressure that allows the body to relax while optimally unwinding patterns of tension and pain. Her range of knowledge extends from the energetic to more fluid massage to deeper work, often blending a session for ultimate release, relaxation, and ease.
Tanya is also a birth doula and grows flowers. She loves riding her bike, listening to good tunes, cooking tasty nutritious food, drinking tea, and hiking.
Alexandra D. #25731
Alexandra is a licensed massage therapist, certified CranioSacral Therapist, and TA for the Upledger Institute. She has been working with astrology for 20 years, the IChing for 5, and most recently within the framework of Human Design. When not working with clients, she can be found getting her hands dirty gardening veggies and herbs; or solo hiking in the mountains; or enjoying a glass of wine with a friend, deep in conversation about astrology, philosophy, social justice, sustainability, or films and movies.
As a massage and CranioSacral therapist, Alexandra aims to restore her clients’ mind-body awareness, bringing their whole self into balance. She employs Swedish techniques, myofascial release, deep tissue and trigger point therapy, neuromuscular therapy, shiatsu, and passive stretches as well as CranioSacral and Somatoemotional techniques to each session; focusing on incremental gains toward long term wellness goals.
Gabriel H. LMT#25504
CranioSacral Therapy & Structural Integration
I love the power of deep tissue massage to release old adhesions and restore muscles to their optimal condition. I also get geeky over anatomy, functional movement, and visceral bodywork. As a result, I continue to study and specialize in Structural Integration and Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy. The capacity to transform ourselves is remarkable. We all have within us the vital mechanisms to achieve abundant health, balance, and serenity. Healing from physical, emotional, or psychological trauma can be intense work that requires of us no small amount of patience, determination, and courage. Knowing how vital this work is from my own experience, I am honored and humbled by the trust and insights my clients offer me as I accompany them on their path of self-love and optimization.
Outside of the massage studio, I enjoy playing and teaching music, picnicking on mountain peaks, and working on inversions at my yoga studio.
Molly is a Portland native and graduate of East-West College of the Healing Arts. She is trained in various modalities encompassing anatomical and energetic perspectives, bringing an integrated and intuitive approach to each session.
She listens closely to her client's concerns, addressing specific areas of the body while keeping in mind each part's relationship to the whole, and staying open to what arises in the moment. Her work is focused, deliberate, and nurturing. She is skilled in Swedish, deep tissue, hot stone, and cupping therapies and incorporates elements of Cranial-sacral work, Hawaiian Lomi-Lomi, and Reiki to provide balance and grounding. She strives to facilitate the body's innate ability to heal and to provide a relaxing and therapeutic experience.
She is fascinated with the mind-body-spirit connection and hopes to always be learning and growing in her knowledge and insight. Molly delights in working with a diverse clientele and is truly grateful to be of service in bringing healthy touch to people's lives.
Jenny S. LMT #023520
Jenny understands that everyone's healing process is unique, and with her knowledge, is able to create a holistic experience that best fits the needs of both mind and body. She graduated from Olympia's Body Mechanics School of Massage and Myotherapy in 2014. Her main focus is incorporating Swedish massage with deep Injury Treatment for acute and chronic pain. She believes the body needs time to relax in order to repair itself. Jenny is trained in Trigger Point Therapy, Injury Treatment, Swedish/ Relaxation, Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Cupping, and Hot Stone.
In the fall, Jenny will be starting classes at Portland State University to complete her degree in Public Health, with a focus on community health.
Nicole S. LMT#16091
Nicole grew up in the sprawling soft green magical foothills of the Pacific Northwest. Big landscapes cultivated big dreams of helping aid people in their desire to thrive and manage their health at the highest level possible.
Nicole initially started her education in integrative therapeutic practices, learning how to incorporate preventive medicine and nutrition into holistic healthcare. Massage Therapy called to her as she began to explore a more "hands-on" approach. Nicole specializes in Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Treatment focused work, Cupping, and the use of essential oils for wellness. Ashiatsu barefoot massage is her current passion.
Each modality holds an essential way of engaging with the body, mind, and spirit. Each session is tailored precisely for each client's individual needs, from addressing chronic pain and injury to the whole body and mental relaxation. Nicole is dedicated to those in need, whether it be physical discomfort or emotional stresses that become stored in the body.
In her free time, Nicole enjoys staying active with daily yoga, long hikes, or frequenting an upstream river or lake for paddleboarding.
Maren U. LMT #22380
Health is a dynamic process. An ever-evolving system requiring a constant ebb and flow to homeostasis, or balance. When one aspect of ourselves shifts, the whole pattern that is "us" shifts in response. I am a bodyworker and movement instructor, primarily focused on the structural aspects of physical health, but it is through the holistic lens that I work.
Raised in a suburb of Portland, Oregon, I returned to the area in 2016 after an 11-year adventure in NYC. It was there that I attended the Swedish Institute to become a massage therapist in 2014 and focused my studies on Myofascial release, Shiatsu, and Swedish Massage. The Bhakti Yoga Movement Center in Portland is where I received my 300-hour yoga teacher training, and I am currently involved in a Franklin Method (a movement technique using dynamic imagery and structural education) teacher training program.
I am grateful for my teachers, colleagues, and clients that continue to provide valuable lessons of healing and resilience and for which I continue to learn.
Chance H. #21918
Chance is a Portland native and East-West College graduate. As he delved deeper into his study of kinesiology and anatomy he found his real passion was helping others live lives with less pain and more happiness. He focuses on helping clients identify and understand patterns that are causing them pain or dysfunction and aims to facilitate change. Chance blends together a diverse set of techniques and theories ranging from Tui Na and Thai Massage to Deep Tissue and Structural Bodywork and Cupping.
Chance believes strongly in sharing knowledge and helping educate his clients about the root cause of their pains. He believes movement helps bring understanding and more understanding leads to more healing. He enjoys working with athletes and is able to use his own athletic background to inform treatments. He enjoys staying active and while he's not giving or receiving massage you can find him hiking, lifting, or training jiujitsu.
*Chance will not be seeing clients until Phase 2.
Front Desk Staff
Katherine brings 15 years of customer service experience to TeaScape, as well as a passion for self-care and an upbeat personality. When she isn't working at her various jobs, she enjoys taking it easy with her partner, cat, and books.
Front Desk Manager
Karen has always had a passion for nature and all things green. She loves learning about new things and then sharing and trading knowledge with others. She believes it is important to revitalize one's self daily and does so by connecting with nature, trying new recipes, hiking, rock-hounding and enjoying film.
Torria L. LMT #13506
Torria has been practicing massage since 2007. Her approach to massage therapy is listening to understand why there is pain, then using her knowledge of muscle anatomy kinesiology, and her intuition to help ease pain. She blends techniques such as Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, Hot Stone massage, and Myofascial Release, in such a way as to achieve maximum muscular efficiency as well as relaxation.
Miho is a Registered Dietician. She envisions creating a mindful and healthy community where people support and care for each other. She takes a WHOLE FOOD & WHOLE BODY approach to health and wellness. Miho enjoys experimenting with new foods, reading, journaling, and having a conversation over a cup of tea (or coffee).
Sarah S. LMT #22628
Sarah is a trauma-informed licensed massage therapist with a passion for emotional health. Understanding the innate connection between the body and the mind, she creates a space for deep mental relaxation while allowing the body to follow suit. Integrating techniques from Lomi Lomi, myofascial release, Swedish, and deep-tissue she is able to holistically unravel tension.
When not massaging, you can usually find her sitting in tea ceremony, studying astrology, or reading at home.
Front Desk Staff
Ty has been an initiated practitioner of Maha Kundalini yoga since 1997. He balances his self care practices between daily meditation and hip hop dancing. He is an avid aquarist as well as a lover of the arts.