My name is Julie Nachtwey and I offer massage for those who are experiencing pain: pain from injury, overuse, poor body mechanics or too much stress in their life. Having experienced injury from poor body mechanics, myself, I am passionate about helping you get relief and getting back doing the things that you love. I bring skills of good assessment and a variety of techniques to discover what works best for you. I look forward to the opportunity to work with you soon.
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COVID-19 Safety: State guidelines require you to wear a mask to enter the building. For everyone's safety all clients must wear a mask for their entire visit, though some accommodations can be made for special circumstances. I will always wear a mask for the entire session.
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Sprains, muscle strains, IT band issues and hip issues, plantar fasciitis, tennis elbow, shin splints and other structural issues
Auto accident injuries
Personal Injury Protection(PIP) Claims for motor vehicle-related injuries such as whiplash, headaches, neck, and back and hip injuries.
Home, garden, and workout injuries
Minor accidents such as slips and falls, repetitive stress, carpal tunnel, thoracic outlet syndrome, and injury/pain and postural issues due to extended hours working in the yard, at the gym, or at a computer
Note: I no longer work with medical insurance or L&I claims.
WHAT CLIENTS SAY ABOUT JULIE
“I highly recommend Julie to anyone who loves a very deep tissue massage. Or to anyone who needs help recovering from an injury. I like to call her a miracle worker, or my secret weapon in my long-term recovery from a leg/foot injury. She picks up where physical therapy leaves off, targeting the injured area to help reduce scar tissue and increase mobility. She is a talented, caring massage therapist and very good at explaining anatomy, the techniques she uses, and the reasons why. I wouldn’t be this far along in my recovery without her. Many thanks to Julie!”