Julie’s Journal

Julie’s Journal2019-10-02T03:52:16+00:00

Why exercise perfectly complements therapeutic massage for overall health and reducing pain. 

By |February 5th, 2020|Categories: Health & Wellness|

There is a popular misconception among many people, that athletes have the highest incidence of back and joint pain. However, aside from extreme contact sports and the minority affected by overtraining or poor coaching, it’s more often sedentary people - those carrying excess weight and/or sitting at desk jobs most or all of the day, who tend to suffer more [...]


By |January 5th, 2020|Categories: Journal|

What is “Fire” Cupping? Fire cupping is an ancient, and the original, Chinese Medicine style  of cupping that's been practiced for thousands of years in the Far East. As far back as 28 AD, cupping was depicted on painted silks. This art/science is still being practiced as mainstream medicine and has been applied as a formal modality since 1950 [...]

Massage Licensing, Certification, Experience – How do I choose a therapist?

By |November 7th, 2019|Categories: Journal|

The federal government does not regulate massage therapy. Rather, the profession is governed by individual state laws that vary greatly from state to state.  Indeed, some states have no licensure requirement for massage therapists at all, so depending upon where you are, your therapist may have thousands of hours of education, or no mandated training at all. So, if you are looking for [...]

Let’s talk about Breast Implants

By |October 1st, 2019|Categories: Health & Wellness|

Regardless of the reasons why women choose to get breast implants, current statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeon show that breast augmentations were the most popular cosmetic surgical procedure in 2018 and have been for the past few years.   While hugely scary experiments with breast augmentation first began in the late 1800’s, Timmie Jean Lindsey, of Texas, became the [...]


Take some time. Treat yourself. You deserve it.

Through the month of February, get a free fire cupping session “add-on” with every 2-hour session in January. A savings of $35 on this one-time deal. (Please block out an extra 30 minutes to accommodate the fire cupping portion of this session). I hope you will treat yourself!

Simply mention when you book your massage with me at (541) 280-2535

A valid Credit Card will be required to reserve your 2.5-hour massage time.



Contact Details

(541) 280-2535

654 NW 4th St
Redmond, OR 97756

Opening Hours

Monday – Friday

9:00 am – 5:00 pm





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