Available in 30, 45, 60, 75 and 90 minute lengths (starting at $45.00). Therapeutic, relaxing and rejuvenating blend of massage, aromatherapy and steam towels and partial hot stones. Great for relieving stress and promoting overall health.
Clothing-on massage for relief of pain in your outer extremities (30 minutes for $40.00). A popular add-on is an acupressure massage for your neck and head, plus steamed towels and aromatherapy scalp massage (55 minutes for $70.00).
Pregnancy massage is a gentle relaxation massage, usually in a side lying position. Postpartum massage works the whole body, with emphasis to the abdomen (or which ever body part you choose), complete with my new mama blend of aromatherapy.
I am based out of the Holistic Health Center, in the Sellwood-Moreland neighborhood. My technique is a blend of Acupressure, Shiatsu and Swedish massage, and am very interested in helping you find balance with your mind and body.
Each massage treatment is customized for your peak wellness benefit. There are no "routine" massages given here. My goal is to help you to feel better and live a healthy life. I will listen to your needs as we work together to find your eternal spring.
Please take a look at the book a massage website for my latest specials.
Mondays 10am - 5pm
Wednesdays 10am - 7pm
Thursdays 10am - 7pm
Fridays 10am - 5pm
Other days and times possible upon request
Book with me at (my up-to-date calendar): http://eternalspringmassage.fullslate.com
One day I got the urge to have a massage, and not well-pleased with any of the massage therapists I'd used in Portland before, called the spa where Miho works, because it was handy. Two minutes with her had me knowing she was much more than "handy," she is a gifted healer. Her gentle touch, intuitive ways, and calm presence makes the massage experience other worldly. I would recommend Miho without reservation, and in fact, do. Constantly.
Carrie Wilson Link (Portland Author)
Miho is an artist.
Frank Purcell (biased opinion from her husband, who at one time was her best client -- that was before she became a professional and no longer had the need for a practice dummy.)