Amie Beckwith, license #17152, graduated from East West College in 2010. In addition to this nationally accredited schooling, mentoring with amazing teachers, and years practicing and delving into the mind/body connection, she has also herself experienced a Traumatic Brain Injury and subsequent severe health crisis. Her education was expanded by this transformative experience, and the search for answers, medical and otherwise.

When not working with bones, muscle, fascia, and electricity Amie is a mother, a writer, student of things hidden, collector of things forgotten.


Picture of JessieJessie Dettwiler, LMT#25499 is a 2019 graduate from East West College of the Healing Arts in Portland, Oregon and a member of Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals.

Coming from a long career as a cellist, Jessie was drawn to massage as a means to provide peace and comfort to those seeking it. Massage provided relief to her after a serious car accident in 2018; This has had a great impact on her understanding of healing touch. Jessie uses myofascial release, Trigger Point therapy, Swedish techniques and intuition to meet the needs of each individual and their evolving massage goals.

Jessie is devoted to creating a safe and nurturing space, especially for members of the LGBT+, non-binary and genderqueer community. When Jessie isn’t practicing massage, she can be found enjoying the parks of Portland and the company of animals, performing music, playing video games and experimenting with all sorts of science and baking in the kitchen.


Picture of MaeveMaeve O’Callaghan, license #22365, graduated from East West College of the Healing Arts in 2016. She was drawn to a career in massage therapy because of how much it has helped to control her chronic migraines. Her approach to massage is to incorporate deep tissue with movement through both Thai massage and myofascial unwinding techniques. Her goal is to help assist with increasing flexibility and range of motion while also decreasing pain and tension.

In Maeve’s spare time, she is often found hiking, camping, or finding a quiet space at the coast.


Tracy Mattner, license #22577, is a graduate of East West College of the Healing Arts and is a member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals.

Tracy is a lifelong athlete and artist and was drawn to a career in massage therapy through numerous personal injuries and healing journeys of her own. She is also a certified yoga instructor and is passionate about assisting each client to bring the body into a state of greater balance and ease. Her deep tissue skills are influenced by structural bodywork, and she loves to unwind the body and free restrictions using myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, and Thai massage techniques.

Tracy has clinical experience working with clients from all walks of life and in various stages of trauma and injury rehabilitation. In her spare time, Tracy tries to make space to read, write, paint, move, and get outside.


DominiqueOlivia-Dominique Tunai, License #23875, is an alumni of University of Western States in Portland, OR and a member of the American Massage Therapy Association. For the past 8 years she has worked in the medical field and was inspired to be more involved in helping patients relieve pain in a more holistic way. Dominique uses a combination of myofascial release technique, trigger point therapy, muscle energy technique, deep tissue and cupping to get results. Her goal is to customize every session to her client’s specific needs. She is also trained in sports and pregnancy massage.

In her downtime, she enjoys paddle boarding, hiking, volunteering and spending time with her nieces and nephews. She is currently learning Spanish and how to play the ukulele.


img_3677Samantha, license #22341, graduated from East West College of the Healing Arts in 2016, and returned as a faculty member to teach foundational bodywork, eastern and energetic modalities, and ethics classes in 2019. In her practice, Samantha caters a massage to each specific client’s needs using a variety of techniques including myofascial release, Tui Na (Chinese acupressure massage), cupping and gua sha, relaxation, deep tissue, and Thai modalities.

As a former doula, Samantha was originally called to massage work with prenatal and postpartum clients, and while her work has expanded to include a wide variety of clients, she continues to love working with people in all phases of child-bearing. Samantha is a member of Associated Massage and Bodywork Professionals, creates a safe space for all clients including LGBTQIA+, and strongly believes in the mission of Health At Every Size (HAES).

In her free time, Samantha enjoys embroidering and knitting, spending time with her husband, playing video games, or hanging out with her rascally cat named Lavender.


– please note that Rachel is not accepting new clients at this time –

racheal_pic_2Rachel Pincetich, license #17150, is a Massage Therapist and the proud owner of Portland Massage LLC. She is a graduate of the East West College of the Healing Arts in Portland, Oregon and a member of the American Massage Therapy Association. Through her previous experiences as a hospice volunteer, Rachel has discovered a reverence for working with the aging and hospice populations as well as those facing serious illnesses.

You’ll often find Rachel in the office completing all the necessary administration tasks to keep Portland Massage thriving. In the treatment room, she uses both her education in massage therapies and intuition to give each client a unique and personalized session. She strives to make the massage relaxing and enjoyable while providing long-term results for the client.

In her spare time Rachel enjoys taking her dogs for a walk, going to yoga, and traveling. She is married with three amazing children and lives in Southeast Portland not far from the home she grew up in.

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