Working in harmony to provide integrated wellness services
Heidi Miller Massage Therapist
Heidi Miller, LMTMassage Therapist
“Helping you feel like your authentic self is my passion!”
Heidi graduated from the University of Western States here in Portland and focuses on therapeutic massage – primarily deep tissue – to treat and prevent many types of issues. Whether pain or discomfort is caused by an accident, poor posture, or stress, massage can decrease healing time, reduce stress, and promote an overall sense of well-being.
Heidi enjoys working on everyday athletes and may incorporate techniques such as cupping or instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) to assist with mobility, increase circulation, and help sore muscles relax. As a CrossFit athlete, Heidi has an understanding of the stress that activity can put on the body, and paired with a knowledge of anatomy and how the body moves, will put together a massage session to suit your needs and goals.
When she’s not providing bodywork, Heidi is working on her master’s degree in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine, and hopes to soon add the title of Functional Nutritionist to her repertoire.
Rebecca Schacker Chiropractic Physician
Rebecca Schacker, DC, CCSPChiropractic Physician
Beyond pain management to restored health
Rebecca Schacker’s goal is to reach beyond pain management, and strive to restore health and function to her patient’s everyday life. An athlete herself, Rebecca specializes in preventing and treating sports injuries, and also providing physical “prehabilitation” and rehabilitation.
She treats the whole body, including TMJ, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, fingers, hip, knee, ankle, foot and toe problems, as well as the usual spinal complaints. She also performs hands-on adjusting and soft tissue work. Patient preferences for intensity of treatment are always respected.
Mary Jean Brinkman Acupuncturist
Mary Jean Brinkman, L.A.c., MAcOMAcupuncturist
Acupuncture to achieve whole body wellness
Mary Jean Brinkman runs her own practice, Green Lotus Acupuncture, on site. She attended the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine and is a certified Qigong instructor through the Ling Gui International Healing Qigong School. Mary Jean also completed advanced clinical work at the Nanjing University of Traditional Medicine in Nanjing, China. She currently sits on the board as Secretary for her professional organization, the Oregon Association for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (OAAOM).
Mary Jean believes everyone’s path to wellness is unique, and she works with clients’ individual needs to help set them on a path to whole body wellness. She specializes in the treatment of acute and chronic pain; motor vehicle and sports injuries, allergy elimination, mental/emotional issues such as stress, anxiety and depression; digestive complaints; insomnia and other sleep disturbances; headaches; women’s health related complaints, fatigue and so much more. She also believes in the healing power of food and lifestyle modifications, and provides nutrition and lifestyle coaching as well.
Kim Finley Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture
Kim Finley, L.A.c, MacOMChinese Medicine & Acupuncture
Kim was a nutritional counselor in the Bay Area before attending the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine in Portland. After graduating, she studied in Nan Jing, China for a month long Chinese medicine program in local hospitals. After supervising an herbal pharmacy for five years in Berkeley CA, she moved back to Portland, becoming licensed to practice in Oregon. Kim also volunteers for the Portland Veterans Acupuncture Project (PVAP) in SE Portland, and is happy to be working with Mary Jean Brinkman LAc, who invited her to join Green Lotus Acupuncture.
Kim reminds us of the power of preventative natural medicine in preserving our Health & Longevity, as well as offering the benefits of Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture for relieving pain, stress, emotional challenges, inflammation, hormonal imbalances, sleep struggles as well as supporting the immune system, addressing muscle tension, relieving digestive distress and more. She believes that how we care for ourselves with food choices and lifestyle practices, are the true core of radiant health.
Pheonx Liu Massage Therapist
Pheonx LiuMassage Therapist
I attended East West College of the Healing Arts and became licensed in summer 2012. As my education progressed and my understanding of the benefits of massage deepened I discovered that my passion lies in therapeutic massage.
Inspired by the techniques and knowledge of Structural Integration my massage has developed into a blend of deep tissue, myofascial release and movement therapies. In each session I strive to provide my clients with an effective and therapeutic treatment to help unwind holding patterns, increase circulation and range of motion, bringing them relief from pain and discomfort, whether it be caused by injury, repetitive movement or the stress of daily life.
I grew up in Oregon and graduated from the Portland Waldorf School. I spend half my workweek in the Chiropractor office and the other half in a busy restaurant. I love both of my jobs! At every chance I get I escape to the beautiful deserts and forests of the Pacific Northwest and in my spare time I enjoy cooking, camping, dance, language and travel!