Decrease pain and tension to increase mobility and strength.
Tips are inclusive in prices.
I used to raise millions of dollars for nonprofits, now I make you feel like a million bucks.
WHAT I DO: I help individuals decrease pain and tension to increase mobility and strength.
WHO I WORK WITH: Folks who have received great benefit from Caring Portland Massage include postal carriers, hair stylists, factory workers, lawyers, administrative staff, librarians, counselors, social workers, musicians, retail clerks, bartenders, mechanics, mountain climbers, runners, bodybuilders, and many others. My practice is body-positive, gender affirming, and welcomes Black, Indigenous and People of Color. My history includes training in power, privilege and inequity, trauma sensitivity, Safe Zone for LGBTQIAts, alternative sexualities, and anti-racism. My table supports 750 pounds. I am happy to add width to the table for your comfort.
WHY IT WORKS: However you use your body, massage is proven to improve mood, reduce anxiety and depression, boost range of motion, & regulate aches and pain.
WHAT MAKES ME DIFFERENT: I provide mood boosting, pain reducing, and restorative massage to folks using health insurance (PacificSource, Regence BCBS, & Providence accepted), MVA claims, worker’s comp claims, HSA/FSA, and those looking for general cash-pay treatments. BOOK NOW: www.caringportland.com
Calm and caring: that’s what I offer you.
WHAT OTHERS SAY:
“Amazingly effective – Julie has returned my much-abused neck-shoulder muscles twice now. I can tell now when I am stressing them too much. Julie’s intelligent & intuitive massage is so worth the time you take!” – MF McAuliffe
“Highlight of my week was being able bring #healing to my wrist thanks to your magical hands! Best #massage ever-I could get addicted to this routine.” – Emma Flores
“This sure-footed and deft-fingered pro knows her stuff: Just had an amazing hour of stretching and de-knotting. Make your appointments before she rightfully gets huge.” – Andy G
HOW IT WORKS: Book online at www.caringportland.com or text for availability. Located inside Awakenings Wellness Center on the ground floor. Please allow about 20 minutes for the intake process to ascertain if there are any contraindications, injuries, target areas, or any other preferences specific to you. Our office is private and secure. You will be draped for privacy.
Caring Portland Massage is operated by Julie. She specializes in therapeutic swedish, myofascial structural, deep tissue, and neuromuscular trigger point therapies, and is trained in an array of traditional and eastern modalities including cupping, gua sha, hot stone, dry brush. She enjoys collaborating with clients so they leave each session feeling great.
READY TO TALK? Book an appointment now or email caringportland @ gmail.com
Pay at time of service with Cash, Venmo, Google Pay, Square.
Step 1: Book a Medical appointment at least 2 weeks in the future at https://caringportland.janeapp.com/email and be sure to complete the intake form at https://caringportland.janeapp.com/. (Note: I strive to confirm insurance details within a few days, however I ask for 2 weeks *just in case* something blocks my ability to confirm.)
Step 2: wait for confirmation from our office
Step 3: upon positive confirmation, we can proceed with your appointment. If confirmation is not possible, the appointment will be cancelled or bumped to a later date so details can be ironed out.
Using Insurance? Book a MEDICAL MASSAGE appointment. Be sure to complete the INTAKE FORM & the Insurance Intake Form at https://caringportland.janeapp.com/ & add your insurance information. Please allow 2 weeks for us to coordinate the necessary details.
INSURANCE THAT IS NOT ACCEPTED INCLUDES OHP, CHP, Kaiser AND HEALTHSHARE.
Medical Massage is billed to insurance as a Delayed Payment at non-discounted ‘time of service’ rates.
Please be prepared to discuss your goals.
Black Lives Matter! I continue to check and evaluate my biases, to recognize and call out the racist paradigm I was born into and live in, and affirm the reality that racism has existed as a systemic form of resource control and abuse that benefits the few over the many; a system which benefits white people over all others. To this end, I continue to vote, volunteer, and when possible donate.
I participate in Awakenings Wellness Center’s anti-racist study group where we study individually and come together to reflect as a group on the reality of racism. This group meets every other week and is responding to Layla Saad’s Me & White Supremacy.
To keep things simple, I gathered this linktree (which includes places to contribute your voice, your dollars, your time, as well as other linktrees and documents listing resources and educational material). Multnomah County Library has audio & electronic books available such as White Fragility, How to be an Anti Racist, Me & White Supremacy, So You Want to Talk About Race, White Awake, Stamped, The Invention of the White Race, and many others. My personal goal is to educate, be humble, stay awake, be kind, be an accomplice.