Tracy Burkholder, LMT
Tracy graduated from Portland's East West College of the Healing Arts in 1996 and has been working full time as a practicing massage therapist ever since. Her unique and intuitive style is influenced by a variety of techniques including Swedish, Myofascial Release, Biodynamic Massage and Mindful Awareness in Body-Oriented Therapy (MABT). Each session is delivered with thoughtful intention in a friendly, professional environment.
Beyond her work in massage, Tracy is a writer with an MFA from Bennington College. She has published both short stories and personal essays in a number of literary journals. She can often be found either in a nearby coffee shop, yoga class or on the trails of Mt. Tabor Park.
Also available at the studio:
Erin Eichenberger, LMT
Erin believes in the profound effects massage therapy can have on our lives - bringing us more in tune with our bodies and inviting us to deeply connect with what we find there. Her intention is to access the origin of her client's tensions and allow space for the restrictions to expand, release and, finally, to dissipate. She likes to create a rapport with the people she works with, creating a therapeutic plan that may involve a progression from Swedish Relaxation massage through more intense, therapeutic techniques such as Deep Tissue and Myofascial Release.
She is grateful to share this healing art with you and to have it be the method for which she lives her life.