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Kathrina came to my mother’s rehab center where she was recovering from a broken pelvis. My mother appreciated her experience with out call services, and her care, extra TLC during her massage.Feb 19, 2020VerifiedLicensed to Soothe's reply
It was a delight working with her. Thank you for having me.
One of the best massages I have ever had. Very professional.Feb 27, 2020VerifiedLicensed to Soothe's reply
Thank you, Dan! It’s great to work with you.
Katherina loves what she does, and has a very professional attitude to go with her great massage work. She has great follow through on communication and worked with me to facilitate a great experience.Jun 8, 2018VerifiedLicensed to Soothe's reply
Thank you! It was great working with you.
We had Kathrina come in and provide massages to our employees. After a stressful week of work, she was able to come in and provide some much needed relaxation. We would highly recommend her for any of your massage needs.Mar 23, 2018VerifiedLicensed to Soothe's reply
Thank you! My pleasure!
This was a very open and welcoming environment. The massage therapist listened to my history; and was able to cultivate a massage technique that- unlike previous massages at other locations- I wasn’t in pain 48 hours later. I’ll definitely be going back.Mar 22, 2018VerifiedLicensed to Soothe's reply
Thank you! It is an honor to work with you.
License Type: Licensed Massage Therapists (OR)
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?$80 per 1 hour session • $115 per 90 minute session • Outcall fee ($20 minimum, $30+ maximum) applies to in-home massage. Corporate and chair massage therapy is also available. Contact me for pricing.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I get in touch, typically by phone, and we discuss questions and goals and other details. If each of us feels like we have found a good match for massage therapy, we proceed with scheduling a session. At the first appointment, I check in with the client about how he or she feels today. There is a brief piece of paperwork, and time to address any questions, and set goals. The massage belongs to the client - it is not a set routine done for everyone - and is designed to meet their needs. I never press a client to receive any bodywork or technique with which he or she does not feel comfortable.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I graduated as a massage therapist from Oregon School of Massage. In addition to the training and study in sciences and bodywork in school, I was mentored by physical therapists in my medical approach to treatments while working as a PT Aide in a clinic for several years. I regularly attend continuing education courses approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork, far beyond the required number of hours, to further improve and refine my work. My specialized training includes advanced myofascial techniques for neck, headache, and TMJ issues, sciatica, hip and low back issues, pain issues, and injury recovery.