Save 100% on stress with the best chair massage in Portland.
Stress-free, flat rate pricing - $75/hr*
* Increase on hourly rates for events occurring between 9pm & 7am.
** If your event is outside the Portland metro area, call for a quote.
For on-site chair massage for your Portland office, please fill out the form below to schedule an appointment or call: (503) 964-5822
LoDo Chair Massage therapists are available 7 days a week, 365 days a year (and after hours upon request) for:
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Anywhere! Our team of highly experienced and licensed massage therapists loves doing their stress-relieving and positive community building work throughout the delightful city of Portland.
Our experienced therapists can find you all around the Portland Metro Area, from the Pearl District to Hawthorne. In the Lloyd District, we visit the Oregon Convention Center to draw potential clients to your booth or to relax your hardworking team in between speakers. Up in the Alberta Arts District, the colorful boutiques and startups bring in massage therapists to keep their employees uplifted and encouraged, or to provide a unique perk to shoppers. In Downtown Portland, our therapists enter the bustling offices of Portland's biggest business with professionalism and expertise to rejuvenate employees.
Find out more about Lodo Chair Massage corporate wellness services in Portland, OR with just a quick call to our friendly staff at (503) 964-5822.
In 2008, LoDo Chair Massage opened for business in Denver, CO with a mission to spread the benefits of massage therapy at work. Ten years of five-star rated chair massage therapy and corporate yoga has allowed us to expand to 30 major metropolitan areas around the country.
We know corporate wellness. We pride ourselves in delivering outstanding service starting with exceptional customer service from when you first reach out. We’re there with you up until the end of your corporate wellness event to make sure you and your employees are completely blissed out and rejuvenated.
In our modern day world, it’s easier than ever to connect online, but this has come at the cost of disconnecting from our bodies. Many of us often don’t notice the discomfort and stress of the long days at work setting in until we wake up with terrible back pain or get a tension headache that requires taking time off work. A proliferation of new research and countless personal testimonials show massage done right is medicine for mind and body.
Preventative health care measures like massage therapy help reduce work stress, increase productivity, and boost office morale. What better way to show your employees you care for their well-being as well as help them be their best at work?
Our therapists are available in the Portland, OR metro area for weekly, biweekly, monthly, or quarterly visits. We also offer package discounts for large events, repeat customers, and referrals. Call for a chair massage at your workplace in Portland, OR. Please reference our client list to see who we've worked with.
Towards the end of the 2000’s, Adam started getting a stabbing pain in the right side of his mid-back that would wake him up at night. After years of chronic headaches, back and wrist pain, anxiety and depression, it was the wake-up call that he needed to start taking care of himself. He quit smoking and drinking, started eating better, began meditating and practicing yoga everyday, and found support for his particular set of issues pertaining to his family of origin stuff.
About a year into his healing journey of self-discovery, Adam noticed that there seemed to be a kinship between massage and yoga. Since he was loving his yoga practice and also looking for a career change, he wondered if he would like being a massage therapist. By the beginning of 2015 he began the 640 hour program at the Oregon School of Massage.
During the massage, Adam will communicate with you about your goals and tailor the session to meet them as effectively and realistically as possible. In his sessions, he tends to lead with myofascial release, which he feels is the most effective tool to free restrictions and increase range of motion, thereby reducing pain. His work tends to be slow and deliberate, which many people find to be soothing. He also uses deep tissue techniques, and you can almost always expect to receive some relaxing Swedish massage; because massage should feel good!
Alexandra is a licensed and insured massage therapist in the state of Oregon. She graduated from New York College of Health Professions in April of 2016 with an Associates of Occupational Studies in Massage Therapy. Her schooling focused heavily on both Eastern and Western medicine and modalities, and understanding the root of pain. She has an intuitive nature about her work and can customize any massage to what the client needs. When Alexandra is not massaging she enjoys yoga, hiking and kayaking around the beautiful Pacific Northwest.
Ana's bodywork style is nurturing and holistic. With over 15 years of experience, her intuitive touch help to unwind the unique tension in your body, while helping your mind and spirit achieve the re-set you need. She is trained in various modalities of therapeutic massage and bodywork including: Neuromuscular Therapy, Therapeutic Deep Tissue, Sports Massage, Trigger Point, Myofascial Release, Reflexology, Tui na, Reiki and Thai massage. She is passionate about helping people to feel better. Her goal is to release the stresses of life and to find relief from the pains caused by this stress, also to help you quick recover from injuries and come back to the game rejuvenated, energized and balanced.
Anna has been an Oregon Licensed Massage Therapist since 2011 after completing the 800-hour massage program from East West College of the Healing Arts in Portland. She enjoys practicing deep tissue massage and myofascial work, as well as Swedish relaxation massage. She spent many years exclusively practicing table massage for her clients and is thrilled to have chair massage in her repertoire. Life can be strenuous, especially in work environments; chair massage is accessible for many different work settings and has the potential to reach more individuals who otherwise would not experience the relief that massage can offer. When not working with clients, Anna enjoys spending time with her loved ones, painting, crafting, and being civically engaged.
Anna Horvitz is a Licensed Massage Therapist and Certified Reiki Master. She received her massage therapy education at East West College of the Healing Arts. Anna owns and operates her own business, InnerStellar Bodyworks, where she treats patients for chronic pain and injury recovering using therapeutic massage and reiki. In addition to being massage therapist, she is also an artist, musician, practitioner of yoga, animal lover, and an avid hockey fan.
Brionna is an LMT and has been an Oregon Licensed Massage Therapist since April 2007. She graduated from the Oregon School of Massage, focusing on Eastern Modalities and Shiatsu Massage. Originally she focused on table massage for clients at her private office, but has recently shifted her focus to chair massage exclusively. She found chair massage to be the most stimulating, providing variety of work experience for herself as well as maximum relief to clients hard at work at their offices. When not massaging, Brionna enjoys life in Portland, OR and hula hoops, sings karaoke often, and plays bass.
Carissa graduated from Nevada School of Massage Therapy in 2009, after excelling and completing the Professional Program and obtaining certification went on to study in the Master Bodyworker Program in 2010 to advance her studies. She has been a therapist for about 5 years and has devoted most of her career to specializing in chair massage, massaging clients in diverse locations like a busy Las Vegas Strip hotel, on a convention room floor, in a shopping mall, in PDX Airport, or an office environment offering an escape for workers to recharge and feel rejuvenated.She likes to be in the middle of the action and help bring relaxation no matter the surroundings. She loves to do relaxation massage but can also apply pressure where it’s needed. She is friendly, listens and can focus on specific areas if the client requests. She can work with all age groups from children to seniors. She is someone who can make people feel comfortable and has a great energy that people gravitate towards.She lives in Portland Oregon with her husband and her dog. She loves exploring new places and enjoying the beauty around her.
She would describe herself as a creative, joyful person who loves nature and has a giving heart. She believes massage is her calling and finds helping others gratifying.
She would love to make your next event special with her healing touch.
Charla is a licensed massage therapist in Portland, OR.
Ciara is a licensed massage therapist in Portland, OR.
Danna is a licensed massage therapist in Portland, OR.
A 2008 4.0 GPA graduate of the Nevada School of Massage Therapy in Las Vegas, NV, Dawn truly has a passion for massage. Upon experiencing massage therapy for herself, she recognized it as a valuable tool to help alleviate the many physical and emotional stresses of life and immediately began pursuing her career as a Licensed Massage Therapist. Coinciding with a deep desire to help others, she finds the anatomy and physiology of the human body fascinating and of the utmost importance to her, is to hear the complaints of pain and dysfunction in her clients, but also to address the problems in other areas relating to and at the root cause of, those complaints. Specializing in Deep Tissue massage, and Trigger Point, she is eager to work with you on addressing your specific needs, but also enjoys providing a rejuvenating and relaxing Swedish massage to those who find receiving lighter bodywork to be the most beneficial. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, sailing, hiking and traveling.
Erich studied bodywork at the Denver Integrative Massage School in 2015.licensure, he has worked with a diverse clientele to free restrictions and repattern movement. Chair massage brings him great joy as it allows him to work with populations that often don’t make enough time for self care. When he’s not performing bodywork Erich likes to take long walks in old growth forests, and sit down with coffee and a good book. He welcomes any questions and encourages feedback for a more dynamic healing relationship.
Gia is a licensed massage therapist in Portland, OR.
Jane is a licensed massage therapist with 28 years professional experience, and believes strongly that massage has made a real difference in the lives of her clients over time; helping to reduce stress and tension, and providing pain relief from acute or chronic issues.
After earning a Bachelor’s of Science degree with a double major in Community Health and Environmental Studies, Jane wasn’t finding her true calling until she decided to pursue Therapeutic Massage as her vocation. Her other interests include hiking, yoga, art, volunteering, and being near the ocean and other healing waters. Jane and her husband also enjoy motorcycle riding, spending time with family, and working on home projects.
In her private practice, Jane incorporates the deep relaxation styles of Esalen and Swedish techniques, Hot Stones, Aromatherapy, Reflexology techniques, and Pre-Natal massage.
Working with LoDo to offer the positive and relaxing experience of Chair Massage to your clients in their busy lives will be an honor and privilege to Jane!
Jonathan is a movement specialist using yoga and bodywork to liberate tension in the body. He is fascinated by how breath and intention can unlock stuck areas in the body. His yoga classes are designed to teach body & breath awareness, strengthen core, and bring balance to common dysfunctional muscle patterns. Jonathan has been a student of yoga since 1998 and a teacher since 2004. In 2005 he began to be inspired by Forrest Yoga and is now a newly minted Forrest Yoga Teacher. Forrest Yoga is an intelligently sequenced style that has evolved in response to common everyday injuries, and addressing the "chair sitting culture". It has a strong emphasis on core strengthening, anatomical cues, and longer breath counts in the pose. As a bodyworker, Jonathan creates an atmosphere to let go, and uptake pleasure through released tension. Utilizing the natural rhythm of your breath, he finds the tight places and coaxes them into release. Since meeting his mentor in both Forrest Yoga and Bodyworker in 2005, Jonathan has done trainings in Thai Massage (30Hr 2007) Shiatsu (300HR 2009) and has had on ongoing apprenticeship with Deep Tissue and Myo-fascial Release (2005)
Joey has had a very diverse massage career expanding the fourteen years since he got his massage license from East West College of the healing arts. Initially he found himself in the spa and relaxation area. He worked for spas on the Oregon Coast, Portland, and the casinos in Las Vegas Nevada. He considers his time in the relaxation field of massage to be very rewarding but ultimately his destiny was in rehabilitation. This is where his true talent made itself known to him, relieving the pain of others.
Joey's path in rehabilitation got its start in chiropractors offices working with car accident and personal injury victims. This was a tremendous personal discovery, and he found great satisfaction in working with patients. He discovered that he had a real knack for solving problems and a stamina for very deep tissue massage. He also discovered the preventive nature of massage therapy. This led him to getting his higher education in preventive medicine and melding the worlds of rehabilitative massage and global health. With the marriage of these two worlds, he has taken his career all over the world. From rehabilitating AIDS patients in Cape Town South Africa, to his most recent trip to Bosnia, where he had the honor of helping to rehabilitate the concentration camp survivors of the "Siege of Sarajevo" in 1992.
Joey feels it is hard to say where massage will take him next, as so many people in the world do not have access to the novelties of massage. All he knows is it will be equal parts adventure and massage.
Kalena is a licensed massage therapist in Portland, OR.
Karen began her career in massage with an interest in rehabilitation. After 3 years of working as a physical therapy aide, she moved on to massage school and is now practicing therapeutic massage in the Portland, OR area.
Most often clients have appreciated her deep tissue work, but depending on the person, she adjusts to using lighter more relaxing techniques and is equally successful with this approach as well.
Techniques she likes to incorporate are: Myofascial release, Trigger Point, Muscle Energy, Sports Massage, Deep Tissue, Passive Release, and Swedish.
Kristin graduated from the Oregon School of Massage in 2012. She has experience working with athletes looking for enhanced recovery and training support through Myofascial release and deep tissue work. When not in her private practice or working at chair massage events, she works closely with a Chiropractor to support healing for victims of motor vehicle accidents.
Kristin is a self proclaimed “weekend warrior” and passionate about running, biking, and yoga. She sees the importance of massage and stretching to prevent injury and enhance performance, and looks forward to providing bodywork along with self care techniques to promote healing.
Lacy was born and raised in central Florida where she attended Florida College of Natural Health in 2013 for their massage program. Her favorite modalities include Swedish massage, Myofascial Release, Deep Tissue, Cranial Sacral Therapy, and Cupping. In her free time, Lacy enjoys doing Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, hiking with her dog, reading, and crafting. She believes doing massage is so rewarding and helping people feel great and be the best version of themselves is a blessing.
Leslie's specialty is worker wellness chair massage, and she has been doing it since 1997.
She was a cubical person in a previous life and knew that she wanted to help her co-workers be
pain free at their desks. She promotes better posture and stretching.
Though her favorite modalities are the tried and true - Swedish, Deep tissue, and Trigger point, Liana finds mixing in a little myofascial release and acupressure to be not only therapeutic, but also really efficient! Growing up in an environment where hugging and touch were not really the climate, she pushed myself to become more comfortable with people and bodywork by becoming an LMT in 2001 and is so glad she did. This work lets her meet every kind of person, in every kind of field and phase of life. Helping people relax and get out of pain is really rewarding.
Driven by a desire to help enhance the lives of others, massage therapy seemed like an obvious choice. Upon completing the 800 hour program at East West College of the Healing Arts in 2014, the path had unfolded and the journey began. Mary enjoys the ongoing ability to learn and grow through massage therapy, every session is a learning opportunity. She specializes in deep tissue, Swedish, myofascial, trigger point, neuromuscular, and assisted movement therapy. Providing chair massage is one of her absolute favorites because she gets to travel to different locations and brighten people’s day. Mary is also an aerial silks instructor at Afterglow Aerial Arts. Through teaching she is able to encourage people to believe in themselves which is deeply rewarding. Aerial arts and massage go hand in hand for her and she is honored to provide these services.
Micki Shirk enjoys helping clients feel more relaxed and comfortable in their bodies through the gentle power of therapeutic touch. She tailors each massage to best suit that persons needs using a variety of techniques including swedish, deep tissue, cranio-sacral, and sports massage modalities. Since graduating from Crystal Mountain School of Massage in Albuquerque, NM in 1999, she has honed her skills and knowledge base by working and studying in LA, CA, and Portland, Oregon.
Originally from Northeastern Japan, Mika has lived in different places around the world and within the United States. She relocated to Portland in 2009 and received her training at East West College of Healing Arts in Portland in 2010. Mika has enjoyed a successful therapeutic massage practice since then. She truly believes in the benefits of massage and that massage can have a positive effect on your daily life. She is very passionate about her work and her mission as a licensed professional is to help you live your life fully, directly or indirectly by the power of touch. Mobile chair massage is one of her favorite specialties and she is excited to see you all!
Originally from the Pacific Northwest, Nancy received her Diploma of Remedial Massage (2005) from the Northside Health Centre in Sydney, Australia. She lived in Sydney from 1996 to 2013, teaching yoga, having fun, living life, studying personal development and massage. She moved to Colorado in 2013 and returned to Portland, Oregon in 2017 where she now lives. While in Denver, Nancy gained valuable experience doing chair massage and more at the airport for over 3.5 years. Nancy loves helping people reduce stress and tension, moving from survival to creation, allowing healing to take place. Nancy’s massage style is intuitive and firm, gentle when needed yet she knows how to dig in as well through listening and responding to the client's needs and requests.
Modalities: Swedish, Deep-Tissue, Cupping, Chair Massage
Pamlin is in her 19th year as a licensed massage therapist. She is also a union carpenter specializing in restoration of older homes. Additionally, she is a Naturopathic student primarily involved with botanical medicine and homeopathy. Her backyard is an active apothecary.
Oregon has been her home for 38 years.
Richard became a massage therapist in 2008 after attending the Nevada School of Massage Therapy in Las Vegas, NV. His training was diverse and included Movement & Assessment Techniques as it relates to massage, Structural Bodywork, Shiatsu and Reflexology, Russian Sports Massage, as well as other methods. Since then, Richard has gone on to get further advanced training in John F. Barnes' Myofascial Release Approach, Thai Massage at Wat Po in Thailand, and Tui Na Chinese Massage. He has also taught practical and theory of massage therapy at the Nevada School of Massage Therapy and the European Massage Therapy
School, in Las Vegas, NV.
Richard has combined his massage therapy education along with insights gained through his Tai Chi, Chi Kung, and Yoga trainings. This all has led him to have a diverse approach to bodywork, utilizing western and eastern understandings of anatomy and dysfunction as well as a results-oriented approach to his practice.
Shawn first began her studies of Massage and Bodywork at East West College of the Healing Arts in 2001. She studied Tui Na, Acupressure, Thai Massage, Deep Tissue Massage And Hot Stone Massage. In 2006, she went to Maui to study Hawaiian Lomi Lomi with Tom and Donna of Sacred Lomi. They teach Hawaiian Temple Bodywork or Sacred Lomi which is a style of Lomi Lomi. This style of work is deeply heart centered and creates a safe space for the client to heal and receive a profound bodywork experience. In 2007, she studied HoPonoPono with Dr Maka ‘Ala Yates. This is also from the Hawaiian Healing System that works to bring things into “Alignment” or “Balance.” Over the twelve years of doing massage, she havs combined Reiki and massage for lasting benefits including powerful transformational healing. Shawn has received all the Attunements for Reiki One and Two, Advanced Reiki, Reiki Master Level, Karuna Master Level and Holy Fire Karuna Reiki Master Level. She loves to combine Reiki with most of her bodywork sessions. In 2018, she traveled back to Maui to study more Hawaiian Lomi Lomi, Hawaiian Medicinal Therapies: La’au Lapa’au, Lomi Lomi Ili Ili~Hawaiian Hot Stone Therapy at Ho Omana Spa in Makawoa, Maui. She loves all aspects of Hawaiian healing because it was her earliest introduction to massage when she lived in Hawaii early in her life. Shawn's last training in February of this year included Cupping and Gua Sha which compliments her early training in Tui Na and Chinese medicine. She loves massage and bodywork and looks forward to the opportunity to meet new people and share her passion of the healing arts.
Shawn Kinsella’s calling to work as a healer isn’t merely professional; he knows healing because he’s lived it. As a licensed massage therapist, since 2007, and nutritional therapist, since 2010, he understands intimately the challenges and joys of making the changes necessary to live a life with health and balance, because he’s gone through them himself. His greatest feeling of reward comes when he sees evidence of change in his clients – and when they notice it, too. For some, it might be a change in posture; for others, recovery from injury, or more energy and a greater ability to deal with life’s stressors. For Shawn, it boils down to a simple practice: bringing a fresh perspective to the origins of physical troubles, listening to feedback, suggesting lifestyle changes to enhance health and providing encouragement to make those changes.
Sophie is a licensed massage therapist and went to school at University of Western States Chiropractic College in Gresham, Oregon. She's worked in both spa and chiropractic settings. She thoroughly enjoys massage and the joy it brings when she's helped clients feel better.
I come to the world of massage from an extensive career in healthcare. After 17 years as a dental assistant I decided to switch gears 10 years ago and retrain as a massage therapist. I've been loving it ever since! Licensed in many modalities including Swedish, Thai, hot stone, deep tissue, pregnancy massage,sports massage and chair. CAMTC licensed. I have worked with several chiropractors in office as well as at events. Also continuing to work at high end spas doing full body work.
Trisha is a licensed massage therapist in Portland, OR.