Michelle is a graduate from Ashland Institute of Massage. Her previous career field and life experiences gave her an opportunity to realize there was a need for a more holistic approach in healthcare. Having always been drawn to how the body functions she found herself pointed in the direction of massage therapy.
Michelle uses an intuitive blend of modalities to restore function, decrease pain, and increase body awareness. She has a passion for core health and function and believes everyone is whole and deserves to feel that way.
She invites clients to work with her as a team and actively participate in each session. Michelle has an enthusiasm for lifelong learning, longevity through fitness, and the wellbeing of all humans.
Adeline Jade Martin, LMT
Adeline Jade Martin’s approach is to encourage change from within. Our bodies know and feel everything and sometimes it needs some assistance moving what is blocking it.
Adeline provides a container where the body is trusted and listened to creating greater coherence with the mind and body. Licensed in Oregon, Adeline was educated in massage therapy, craniosacral therapy and is passionate about wellness and empowering ourselves to live our best lives.
Adeline has completed the Medical Massage Advanced Training Program that integrates a broader understanding of the anatomy and physiology of the human body with an appreciation of the person as a whole and coherent being.
Maureen Boksa, LMT
Moe believes very strongly in the body-mind connection and tailoring treatments to the needs of each client. Whether the time is right for deep overall relaxation, specialized injury work, improved body alignment, or movement of emotions, her approach is teamwork based. Working together with the client to achieve specific goals, treatments may always be modified before or during a session. The focus is to provide work deep into the tissues in a comfortable and productive way.
Moe uses integrated techniques, strongly influenced by traditional Hawaiian Lomi Lomi. This work is characterized by long flowing strokes of the forearms, bringing deep therapeutic work all the way through the layers of the body to the level of the bones, which are considered the ‘mana’ or origin of life force, in Hawaiian tradition.
This style of work is fluid and soothing, each movement having specific intention. There is constant attention to detail and the entire body is addressed, acknowledging the importance of the anatomical, physiological, and emotional connections that extend from head to toe. This work is suitable for all types of massage clients, from those looking to relieve and reinvent chronic body pattern stressors, to those with acute personal, sport, work, or motor vehicle injuries.
Justin Stamper, LMT
Justin is a graduate of the Ashland Institute of Massage. A true nerd at heart, he enjoys helping clients strengthen their mind-body connection through a greater understanding of anatomy and kinesiology.
Always looking to expand his practice, Justin is enthusiastic about learning new approaches to bodywork. Through a holistic myofascial, deep tissue, and ever evolving approach, each session is personalized to best fit his client’s needs. With an emphasis on intentional care and attention to detail, he works to help relieve clients of their stress and pain.
Helene Hill, LMT, MMP
Helene helps empower clients to get out of pain and reconnect with their body and boundaries.
Helene is a health and wellness geek and has extensive training in anatomy, physiology, kinesiology, pathology and manual therapy modalities, including everything from cadaver dissections to in-depth training for whiplash, nerve entrapment and rotator cuff issues and beyond.
She really loves understanding how the human body works and ways to help it return to balance. She’s always on the lookout for specialized therapeutic training that will allow her to better help her patients get out of pain and regain their lives.
Over the last decade Helene has been an instructor and guest lecturer at top therapeutic massage schools including Maui School of Therapeutic Massage, National Holistic Institute, and Ashland Institute of Massage.