Therapeutic Massage

Muscle tension and discomfort can often lodge themselves in one’s body, creating imbalances that can become very painful over time. This type of massage is focused on reduction of pain and is typically focused on the area of the clients concern using a series of strokes, kneading and percussion to increase circulation and promote tissue relaxation to the muscles. We focus on deep breathing and working into and through your discomfort, however, you can trust that you will not be pushed beyond what is comfortable and therapeutic.

Meet the Massage Team

Lisa Bourlon, LMT

Lisa Bourlon, LMT is a graduate of East-West College of the Healing Arts in Portland, Oregon, and is licensed to massage in the state of Oregon. She is certified through the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork.

Lisa has been trained in Deep Tissue Therapies, Myofascial Release (John Barnes, PT), and Sports Rehabilitation Massage and is currently training to become a Certified Neuromuscular Massage Therapist.

Lisa was introduced to the benefits of massage therapy after being injured in a car accident. After incorporating therapeutic massage to her rehabilitation therapies, she began to experience reduced pain and greater ease of movement. Now Lisa is pain free and dedicated to helping her clients find their own freedom from pain and return to their daily life.

Lisa also balances her massage career with her passion for prenatal and postnatal massage and has recently trained to become a certified infant massage instructor which allows her to teach parents the ancient art of bonding and communicating with their children.

Tessa Perkins, LMT

Tessa Feazle, LMT is a graduate of Anthem College Massage Therapy Program in Beaverton, Oregon. She is licensed to massage in the state of Oregon.

Tessa is trained to use therapeutic massage techniques to manipulate soft tissue muscles in the body for general health or to treat pain, decompress strained muscles, reduce stress and rehabilitate sports injuries. Tessa has received advanced training in deep tissue of cervical muscles and is currently training to become a Certified Neuromuscular Massage Therapist.

Nick Perkins, LMT

Nick Perkins, LMT is a graduate of Anthem College Massage Therapy Program in Beaverton, Oregon. Nick is licensed to massage in the state of Oregon.

Nick is trained to use therapeutic massage techniques to manipulate soft tissue muscles in the body for general health or to treat pain, decompress strained muscles, reduce stress and rehabilitate sports injuries. Nick has advanced training in deep tissue of cervical muscles, trigger point therapy and is currently training to become a Certified Sports Massage Therapist.