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JAMIE TRUE

LMT #25467

she/her

My path to bodywork was a long one. In 2016, chronic illness led me to leave my career as a special education teacher. On my journey to heal, only a few practitioners treated me without judgment. That experience motivated me to pursue bodywork so I can help others find solutions to improve their quality of life without questioning the validity of their symptoms. 

I graduated from Oregon School of Massage in the Fall of 2019 with a focus in myofascial release, TMJ Disorder treatment, and craniosacral therapy. I provide these modalities as stand-alone sessions or in combination with more traditional massage to create integrative massage sessions that are unique to your needs.

My own experience with using bodywork to heal my pain as both an athlete and a person with a chronic illness has informed my work. I believe that bodywork does not need deep pressure to elicit big changes. I ease into my work to ensure that I use the best therapeutic pressure for your body. 
 

I take pride in providing bodywork that meets the needs of my client—you are the expert on your body—I am just a conduit for your healing. Our first session together includes a 15-minute planning session where we will work together to decide what modalities will best support your needs.


I look forward to providing a bodywork session that supports you in your healing goals.

Pricing
 

60min cost: $80

90min cost: $110

HSA & FSA accepted for in office appointments.

Outcall
Appointments
 

Please call 503-893-2275 to discuss availability for outcall services.

*Please note that there is a $10 travel charge for outcall appointments.

Integrative
Massage
 

A massage session unique to you. Integrative massage blends traditional massage methods with myofascial and craniosacral techniques to address your injuries, chronic pain, or physical or mental stress.

Myofascial
Release
 

Offering two forms of myofascial bodywork: direct and indirect.  Both work to release restrictions in the muscular and fascial systems but approach it in two ways.

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Direct myofascial release uses skin-on-skin contact with little to no oils or lotions. 

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Indirect myofascial bodywork uses calming rhythmic passive movements to fully clothed clients.

TMJD and
Intraoral Work

This work addresses jaw

pain and dysfunction.

 A TMJ session will include integrative massage to address the body as a whole. With this work, the practitioner uses gloves to manipulate the muscles and soft tissue within the mouth.

Craniosacral
Therapy
 

A trauma informed approach that offers the potential to create dynamic improvements in a noninvasive way. By holding space to release soft tissue strain patterns running deep within the body, pain and dysfunction are relieved to improve whole-body health and performance.

Sessions are fully clothed and lying either face up or on one side.