Belinda Denny has been a Massage Therapist since 2005. She was trained at Oregon School of Massage here in Portland. She has been a full-time Massage Therapist for 13 years, and is a certified Instructor. Belinda is a member of Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals, American Massage Therapy Association, Oregon Board of Massage Therapist, National Certificate Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. Belinda believes that the healing power of sacred touch is invaluable to our fast-paced society. This type of bodywork offers nurturing touch, authentic presence and intention to engage the whole person into deeper levels of relaxation. Belinda encourages her patients to be active participants in their healing process and as a practitioner brings balance and harmony to mind, body and spirit, sort of like a mini vacation. Having given thousands of massages over the years, Belinda has also worked with patients dealing with serious illnesses such as Scleroderma, Rheumatoid arthritis, Lupus, Multiple sclerosis, Fibromyalgia and has helped to ease the effects of these and many other autoimmune diseases. Belinda has over 1000 hours of Continuing Education. She has trained in many forms of healing energy such as Medical Massage, Myofascial release, Trigger Point Therapy, Swedish, Deep Tissue, Thai, Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Therapy, Shiatsu, Sports injury and Injury Rehabilitation, Hydrotherapy, Hotstone Therapy, Aromatherapy, Pregnancy, Pediatrics and many others. She encourages everyone to try massage therapy at least once, so they can decide if it’s something that can help them become healthier and a positive addition to their regular self-care.
Belinda is a mother of three very active girls who love sports and dance. Belinda enjoys volunteering her time to help out with youth athletics, even if its to massage a few kids on the sports teams. Belinda has enjoyed running most of her life, and has completed a few half marathons and full marathons. She has a passion for cooking and teaching good eating habbits. She believes all people should have equal opportunity to healthy living.