Randy Watson draws on over 20 years studying the body in a martial arts context for an intuitive, results-oriented, and integrative bodywork practice. Recognizing that the body and mind are interconnected, Randy’s goal is to help clients discover more freedom by addressing specific injuries and postural issues while also holding space for clients to relax and center themselves.
Randy exercises skill with deep tissue, myofascial release, neuromuscular techniques, trigger point therapy, sports massage, and intuitive energy work, as well as clinical assessment and communication. He also practices a form of Russian Bodywork that deserves it’s own explanation. You can read more about it here.
Randy received bodywork training from the Cortiva Institute of Massage in Seattle, and has completed the Organic Intelligence HEART Level 1 trauma resolution training.
He recently escaped the big city to spend time in southern Oregon’s wild places, and enjoys various kinds of movement and fitness (martial arts, calisthenics, hiking, climbing, yoga), hanging out with wild plants, and reading.
Feel free to check out this article on breath written by Randy while working at a natural health clinic in Seattle, Washington.
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I was able to get a last minute session with Randy, and I am so pleased with how I feel post-massage! He was so very intuitive with his touch, and really focused on the areas of my body (back and an injured shoulder) that needed extra attention. It was relaxing, calming and very healing. Thank you Randy for your magical touch!
Randy is a great therapist with a very diverse skill set. I just had one of the best massages I've ever had in my life from him! He takes the time to listen to your treatment goals, and then works slowly and effectively to make sure he is meeting your needs. His ability to identify and address problem areas is exceptional. He provides great myofascial and neuromuscular work; as an athlete I appreciate his attention to detail. I would highly recommend him to anyone!