ABOUT US

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OUR MISSION

The restorative nature of massage helps people maintain health and balance in day-to-day life. Massage is a powerful tool to help you take charge of your health, whether you have a specific health condition or are looking to relieve stress. We’re here to help people get back to the activities they love.


LOCATION & CONTACT

5100 S Dawson St. Ste. 200 Seattle, WA 98118

- next door to Bent Buger

T: 206-307-4978
F. 206-260-3086
E: contact@stillwatermassage.com

 
 
 
 

Holly Jackson | Owner & Therapist                                                    

Holly is a practicing massage therapist and former teacher at massage schools across Seattle. With more than 16 years of experience, she's thrilled to open Stillwater where she can help even more people recover from injury, find balance in their day-to-day, and return to a life where they can enjoy what they love.

 
 
 

Brittany Reed  | Therapist      

Brittany graduated from massage school in 2013. She uses Craniosacral Therapy, Myofascial Release, and Neuromuscular Therapy techniques to provide therapeutic massage tailored to the client’s needs. Since graduating, she has provided therapeutic massage at a local women's spa and brings knowledge and experience to working with women's health. Brittany began receiving bodywork when she was young and is familiar with the healing aspects of massage. She is excited to share her knowledge and skill with you.

 
 
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Elisha Bobrosky | Therapist    

Health, healing and helping you to find your way back into a state of healthy balance is the focus of Elisha's bodywork. She has been practicing massage since 2006 and Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine since 2007 and graduated from the Brenneke school of massage in 2005. She then went on to earn her Masters in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Bastyr University in 2007.  Elisha loves the challenge of unraveling the mystery of how to get your body back on its path to healing. Whether it’s sore painful muscles or working on hormonal balance or the digestive system, her goal is to help you to feel better. A treatment with Elisha incorporates all the tools she has at her disposal to help you feel better. 

Elisha is a Seattle native that loves the sun but also looks forward to the return of the rain every fall. When she is not working she can be found tending to her P-patch getting her hands dirty, cooking up a tasty pot of soup on the stove or performing with the Anzanga Marimba Ensemble.

 
 
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Rachel Allee | Therapist                                                          

Rachel's massage is best described as therapeutic deep tissue. She is dually trained as an esthetician and is a face and head massage specialist. She shares her knowledge about muscles and skin to help clients recover from headaches, congestion, swelling, and stress. She has years of experience working with athletes to help them achieve their personal goals. If your hamstrings are tight and you want to run a marathon or if you are a desk athlete and need shoulders rubbed, Rachel will help you! She is Seattle native that likes to paint and enjoys yarn work when she is not working. 

 
 
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Shino Hirai | Therapist

Shino came from Japan and has been practicing massage, in Washington State, for over ten years. She has experience with a wide variety of modalities including trigger point, orthopedic massage, deep tissue, myofascial release, lymphatic drainage, pregnancy massage, and Shiatsu. Shiatsu is the traditional type of massage in Japan. Her massage techniques are blended with Shiatsu pressure that is delivered by energetically warm hands. The pressure points have a deep effect on the inner body, so it can improve physical and mental well-being. Shiatsu therapy is based in the spirit of kindness and compassion.

Shino has extensive experience treating all phases of the healing process from acute to chronic injuries. She has volunteered at Children’s Hospital and Keiro Nursing Home. In her spare time, she enjoys playing volleyball and being with family.

 
 
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Lawrie Williams | Therapist

Lawrie has long held a deep respect for the interconnectedness of the human body, mind and spirit.  Her interest in health and well-being was sparked as a teenager resulting in her choice to become a physical therapist. Building on 25+ years of experience working in a variety of healthcare settings Lawrie now welcomes her shift in practice to massage therapy.  

Lawrie’s massage offers ingredients for respite, renewal and rehabilitation. Offering a grounded presence and the capacity to listen, Lawrie receives you just as you are. Whether you are seeking greater ease and relaxation or restorative injury focused massage, working together with you Lawrie crafts a full body experience to help integrate change. When not working, Lawrie enjoys spending time exploring the wooded trails of Seward Park.