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Portland, Oregon
License # 16698

2143 NE Broadway St.97232


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Dana Highfill grew up in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and has lived in Portland, Oregon since 2003. She graduated from Pratt Institute in 2003 with a degree in Industrial Design and from the Oregon School of Massage in 2009 with a focus on Eastern bodywork.

In 2006 Dana began studying chi kung and energy work with Quiet Thunder. The chi kung classes led to an interest in Chinese medicine and she subsequently enrolled in the Eastern Focus massage program at the Oregon School of Massage. In September 2009 she successfully completed the 500 hour program with 551 hours at OSM and became a licensed massage therapist in October 2009.

She continues to take continuing education above and beyond the state requirements and trades regularly with other massage therapists both for self care and to learn new techniques.

"Many clients see me for help with reducing/eliminating chronic back pain, headaches, insomnia, stress, neck and shoulder pain, and injuries related to Motor Vehicle Accidents (billing insurance for Auto Accident Claims provided). Clients are encouraged to relax and breathe freely. My objective is to treat the whole person. Each session is customized to your individual needs. Please contact me and we can talk about your particular needs and goals. 

I enjoy integrating Shiatsu Therapy with Massage Therapy sessions. The goal with Shiatsu is to relieve blood and qi stagnation throughout your body. Shiatsu is highly effective for treating backaches, arthritic conditions, emotional stress, migraines and headaches, muscular tension and pain, intestinal disorders, range and flexibility of motion. Combined with Massage Therapy the resulting Integrative bodywork is very effective at treating dis-ease, and injuries in the body."

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Dana 2012

Dana Highfill, LMT


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Interview of Dana by the Oregon School of Massage in August, 2011.

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