Our Team

We are here to provide an alternative solution for pain management allowing people to thrive in their bodies. 


Miranda Morehouse, LMT 18140

Miranda has been easing muscles and minds as a licensed massage therapist since the spring of 2011. With a calming demeanor, interest in anatomy, and desire to do good in the world, Miranda was destined for bodywork. She has an effortless and specific style of intuitively discovering the areas you didn't even realize were causing trouble. She reads between the lines of your muscles and provides a gentle yet effective treatment that leaves you feeling completely renewed.

When Miranda is not working miracles in the massage office, she's outside working her own muscles. 

Professional Education and Experience

  • 800-Hour Massage Certification from East West College of the Healing Arts. (2011 Graduate)
  • Certified Chiropractic Assistant
  • Sports Massage Therapist on Cycle Oregon and Bicycle Rides Northwest, Seattle to Portland, and Lizard Head Cycling Tour.
  • 40-hours Manual Lymphatic Drainage Course
  • 20-hrs Structural Integration CE
  • Functional Anatomy Leg and Foot 
  • Cupping and Gua Sha CE. 
  • Thai Massage CE
  • Myofascial Release
  • Deep Tissue 

Mariana Blackstone, LMT #21453

I don’t want to give a standardized massage; a formula to apply to all clients.   I want to hear about what you need the day of your massage.  Do you want to try and conquer an old injury?  Do you have an achy elbow but also your school finals or work deadlines are days away?  Or, is relaxation the goal...with no chatting and plenty of 90's R&B?  If we work together, you communicating and me listening, we can honor where you are and make space for change.

Sculptural art has been a passion for my entire life.  When I create a new body of work I research the subject, imagine a new interpretation and express this using my hands to create.  For me, massage has a similar creative element.  I research and continue to learn about the body and its many varieties, I imagine through the surface of the skin to build a picture of your unique structures.  Through my hands I work to create the change, relaxation, and restoration that you ask for. 

Sammy Stark, LMT 23457

My name is Sammy Stark, and I am a 22 year old Oregon native. Growing up here in the PNW quickly embedded deep into my bones a fiery passion for adventure and experiencing Mother Nature at her finest. I was thrown on a horse before I could walk, a snowboard by the time I was two, joined my local climbing team at six, and partook in a slew of other sports all through my teens.  The broad variety and sheer volume of activities I’ve partaken in have all contributed to my current yearning to understand more deeply how the body interacts and responds to its environment. It feels like my destiny to be a bodyworker.

           My massage style is a curious, winding, and ever-morphing river. Meandering through its environment, exploring its reaches and capabilities, while adapting to its path of least resistance. I also view my bodywork as a collaboration and often find myself incorporating your everyday movements in a gentler, more passive way, allowing the body to remember what it means to move pain and restriction free. I wish to provide a space of neutrality and ease in this hectic world and aim to work with bodies as they come in hopes of facilitating your path towards a more homeostatic way of being.