Lisa K. Albers (503)356-0377 14511 Westlake Dr Ste 100 Lake Oswego, OR 97035-7727

Humans and Horses Alike

About Lisa

<p>My intuitive healing hands are able to locate most issues in the muscular system, &nbsp;aiding in relief and pain reduction. I have been licensed since 2003. I worked several years under Chiropractors specializing in MVA's and W/C cases. I have had focused training in relieving symptoms of Migraines, TMJD, and Low Back and Pelvis issues. I often use Deep Tissue techniques. I also have direct and personal understanding of  knee injury and replacement, compensation and rehab. I offer Hot Stone Massage for relaxation and absolute BLISS!&nbsp;</p><p>For the Equine, I have National Certification here as well (CESMT), studied at Equissage in Virginia 2004. Many techniques for humans may be applied here also. &nbsp;I believe working with horses has increased the sensitivity in my hands as horses are not able to voice where their issues lay. Some say I am a horse whisperer! Barn calls, of course!</p>

Techniques practiced

  • Deep Tissue massage
  • Energy Work
  • Hot Stone Therapy
  • Lymphatic Drainage
  • Myofascial release
  • Pregnancy Massage
  • Pressure Point Therapy
  • Reiki
  • Swedish Massage
  • Trigger Point therapy

Where I practice

  • Massage Office
  • Wellness Center

Clients accepted

male, female, children, infants


State license/Certificate: OR 11156
Experience: 11-20 years


I accept insurance

Please consult with the massage therapist and/or your insurance plan for details regarding coverage.



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