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Krista Fleming

Licensed Massage Therapist

Yoga Instructor


Krista has been on the path of community wellness since 2015. This is when she became devoted to the practice of yoga and began teaching and learning under a yoga instructor/chiropractor in Zig Zag, Oregon amidst the old growth trees in the Mount Hood National Forest.  At this time, she was working for the forest service as a trails technician, assisting in the maintenance and conservation of the wilderness trail systems in the area. After 5 years of manual labor, she became more passionate about yoga and bodywork for it helped to balance and replenish her body after long work weeks.


In 2020, Krista attended massage school at East West College of the Healing Arts in Portland, OR.  Her 950+ hours of study brought her to be more curious about helping others to heal their parasympathetic nervous systems (first and foremost) with subtle and grounding techniques in order to allow their bodies to repair on a cellular level. Krista incorporates myofascial unwinding, craniosacral therapy, swedish techniques, and hot stones in her massage style. Her goal is to meet each client where they are at, listening intently to their stories and their bodies. She acknowledges that deep transformation takes time and is willing to be present and patient throughout the process alongside her clients.


She continues to study the modalities she works with, along with new modalities to consistently have more to offer in her personal practice.​

CA license # 89157


​Here to create a safe space for everybody including LGBTQ+ and BIPOC communities. 

myofascial release 

Myofascial Release is a safe and very effective hands-on technique that involves applying gentle sustained pressure into the myofascial connective tissue restrictions to eliminate pain and restore motion. 

Trauma, inflammatory responses, and/or surgical procedures create myofascial restrictions that can disrupt the overall balance of the body.

Each myofascial release treatment session is performed directly on skin without oils, creams or machinery. This enables the therapist to accurately detect fascial restrictions and apply the appropriate amount of sustained pressure to facilitate release of the fascia.

what is fascia?

Fascia plays an important role in the support and function of our bodies, since it surrounds and attaches to all structures. In the normal healthy state, the fascia is relaxed and wavy in configuration. It has the ability to stretch and move without restriction. When one experiences physical trauma, emotional trauma, scarring, or inflammation, however, the fascia loses its pliability. It becomes tight, restricted, and a source of tension to the rest of the body. Trauma, such as a fall, car accident, whiplash, surgery or just habitual poor posture and repetitive stress injuries has cumulative effects on the body. The changes trauma causes in the fascial system influences comfort and function of our body. Fascial restrictions can exert excessive pressure causing all kinds of symptoms producing pain, headaches or restriction of motion. Fascial restrictions affect our flexibility and stability, and are a determining factor in our ability to withstand stress and perform daily activities.

craniosacral therapy

3D Ibex Skull

In Craniosacral Therapy, we use subtle and sensitive touch to tune into this rhythmic cycle of primary respiration stemming from the central nervous system. As this movement unfolds, the cerebrospinal fluid washes the brain and spinal cord with nutrients and removes waste. We measure the way that the other structures of the skeletal and visceral systems respond to this wave of movement and offer sensitive and receptive feedback to bring balance, alignment, and greater freedom to the system.

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