Satheara Teeuwen, LMT/Aesthetician/Owner
Driven by PASSION+PURPOSE.
My love for wellness and massage first began when receiving it on a regular basis after a car accident. Getting regular bodywork allowed me to once again take part in the activities I loved without feeling pain. The idea of becoming a healer did not come to me until until one day with my parent's dog. I always found and worked out little knots in his back. He loved it! One day a light bulb went on-- I could massage PEOPLE too! Since then, I have expanded to offering Reiki, skin care, and Buti Yoga. I enjoy helping others heal mind, body, and spirit from the inside out.
Licensed Massage Therapist #20487 and Licensed Aesthetician #COSFT10184000.
Jenn Tuerk, LMT
My personal mission as an LMT is to help people reach their goals and do what they love without pain, restriction, or stress. Our body and health impact how we feel, think, and act. I work to relieve pain from stress, injury, or chronic pain. I graduated from East West College of Healing Arts in December 2013. My background is in therapeutic massage using deep tissue, structural bodywork, neuromuscular therapy, trigger point, and Tui Na (Chinese massage). I also enjoy providing clients with relaxation massage to help ease the stresses of daily life and bring you a client back into their body. LMT #20475.
Dani Lueck, LMT
Hello! I'm Dani Lueck, PNW native, Oregon based LMT (#21904) and member of the Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals. I graduated from East West College of The Healing Arts here in Portland and also studied Thai Massage at Loi Kroh School of Traditional Thai Massage & Yoga in Chiang Mai, Thailand. My passion is Thai Massage, but I love all modalities! I also practice Relaxation, Deep Tissue & Sports, Myofascial Release & Trigger Point techniques as well as Prenatal.
Matt Babcock, LMT
I believe that touch is the first and most basic form of healing. It can affect the spiritual, mental and physical bodies in a way that few other treatments can. Massage is a collaborative process between client and therapist. My goal is to be a conduit for your body's natural healing process. I graduated from East West College in 2017. My specialties are Swedish, Deep Tissue, and Thai massage. I look forward to meeting with you! LMT #023486.
Emily Hong, Aesthetician
I have always been passionate about makeup, skin care, and aesthetics. I feel like it's naturally in me and relieves my own stress because I enjoy doing it. I had the opportunity to study aesthetics in high school and after having a baby, I decided I wanted to make a career out of it. I love helping clients feel pampered and beautiful. When I am not working, you can find me spending time with family, in the kitchen cooking traditional foods from Laos, spending time with my baby, or my fave, shopping for make up! Aesthetician #COSFT10183452
Cortina Robinson, Reiki Master & Intuitive Healer
When I first heard the words “healing begins within” I knew my purpose: to be of service in helping others find their own unique pathways towards over all health and well-being. For over a decade I have utilized my skills as a Reiki Master and Intuitive Healer to help others find their inner gifts, bring balance back into their lives, and build connections with their selves and others. Through a dynamic blend of ancient practices, energy work, and psychology I use my years of training to establish a therapeutic plan designed specifically for each client.
The Healing Space
Chandara Bodyworks is a wellness studio located in #405 of the 1033 Professional Building on the corner of SW 11th and Yamhill. We are just off the Max and street car lines, directly across the street from the main library. The nearest parking structure is Smart Park on 10th Ave in between Yamhill and Morrison.
The building is locked in the evening and on weekends. If you have an appointment and the door is locked please use the telephone entry system to gain access. Dial 405 or look us up under Chandara B. Please note: we only book 15 minutes in between clients and if you are more that 7 minutes early we may not be able to buzz you in right away.
*We apologize that our location is not wheelchair accessible. There are 7 steps at the entrance of our building before the elevator.*