Katy Willis, L.Ac. is a Nationally Certified Diplomate of Acupuncture (NCCAOM) and licensed through the Oregon Medical Board. She received her undergraduate degree from Western Washington University in 2004 where she studied American Cultural Studies with an emphasis on immigration and a multicultural approach to health and illness. She graduated with a Master’s degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (MAOM) from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM) in 2010. After graduating, Katy continued her work at OCOM educating students as a Teacher’s Assistant in Tuina massage and qigong.
Before going to Chinese Medicine school, Katy worked seasonally in Yosemite National Park, and travelled to over 20 countries. Through these experiences she gained a deep passion for cultural diversity and human individuality as well as fueled her love for adventure and the wonders of nature. She continues to enjoy these interests today by exploring all that the Pacific Northwest has to offer.
Peter Hartman is a clinical massage therapist specializing in chronic or recurring acute conditions and self-care education. He looks for specific patterns and uses specific techniques to help the mind, body and spirit move more optimally. His techniques range from subtle cranial sacral system therapy to spirit healing and the deepest direct pressure.
Peter provides clinical massage in various modalities with an emphasis on self-care education. He also offers training, mentoring and continuing education units. To learn more about Peter go to the “dynamic massage” link, and to schedule with him go to the “Massage book” link.
Vanessa Hartman has been practicing massage since 2010. She offers therapeutic and clinical bodywork to women of all ages. Each session is tailored to each unique individual.
Vanessa has specialized training in abdominal, pelvic and oncology massage. To learn more about Vanessa and to schedule a massage with her go to https://vanessahartman.massagetherapy.com/