Kyle (female therapist)

Levels 1-4

Availability: Tuesday, Saturday & Sunday


  • Orthopedic Massage
  • Deep tissue
  • Myofascial release
  • Abdominal massage

Most Experience Treating:

  • Cervical pain, stiffness and related headaches
  • Restoring shoulder mobility
  • Restoring hip mobility
  • Computer-related neck, back and shoulder discomfort
  • Nerve conditions in arms and hands
  • Muscle tension in athletes

Massage School:

  • Massage School:  Everest College
  • Seattle University School of Law
  • Seattle University, Masters in Finance
  • University of Puget Sound, BA in Business and Public Administration


"I believe the body wants to return to a state of health -- sometimes it just needs a little push in the right direction. I am here to give it that nudge down the path toward healing. I practice orthopedic massage, which involves assessing the area of discomfort, then encouraging the restoration of normal resting tissue tone in the tissue and safely addressing any injury conditions.  I enjoy helping clients achieve their goals, whether that is the athletic performance or simply staying comfortable following long days at the computer."

What Makes My Massage Unique:

I have a specialty certificate in Clinical Rehabilitative Massage, which is the highest and most rigorous orthopedic certification offered by the Academy of Clinical Massage and the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork.  My goal is to safely and gently address the discomfort of my clients in a relaxing and friendly environment.  In addition, my background as an equestrian.  Riders are tough and hardworking with high-mileage bodies.  Working with them has given me insight into managing the bodies of people who work hard and are unlikely to reach out for help, if something is sore.  I enjoy figuring out how to keep them going while encouraging their bodies toward a state of long-term health.

Success Story:

When I started at Elements, my clientele shifted towards individuals who experience a great deal of computer-related neck and shoulder pain.  Over time, I have implemented a gentle approach to cervical work that has helped many clients regain long-term comfort and a range of motion in their necks following years of discomfort.  It is always fun when clients come in for their next massage and tell me they still feel great from the last one.


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