Lacey’s calling lies in helping people feel their best. She always knew she wanted to make a career of helping people, and she found her passion in being a massage therapist. She worked in a chiropractic office from 2015-2018 helping provide pain relief and promote healing from soft tissue injuries sustained in motor vehicle accidents, and still coordinates alongside chiropractors for the care and healing of people injured in auto accidents. Lacey has also completed a sports massage internship within the athletic training department at Portland State University prepping athletes for events and helping them recover from a variety of injuries.
In her spare time Lacey loves running and spoiling her dogs, as well as spending time outdoors camping, hiking, paddle boarding, and traveling the world.
Uses kneading, passive stretching, and long gliding strokes to melt the stress away that everyday life can throw at you. This type of massage gently releases muscle tension and promotes increased circulation throughout your body. It can also be beneficial in reducing the effects of anxiety.
Therapeutic style massage that uses both light touch and deep pressure techniques to release adhesions and chronic tension in your muscles. Can help correct muscular and postural imbalances, get rid of aches and pains, and increase flexibility and range of motion.
Focused sessions using a variety of techniques to help athletes prepare to perform at their highest level. Massage can help injuries heal faster and reduce muscle fatigue from training, as well as aid in the prevention of injuries.
Uses suction by pump or flame to create a vacuum which lifts connective tissues and allows increased blood flow to underlying structures. Cupping is used to release tension in muscles and connective tissues, break up adhesions, and reduce inflammation.