About Us

Body Aware Massage is a community centered wellness spa located in the Alberta Arts District of NE Portland since 2008.  

We offer the luxury of a spa with the personal attention of a private practice. Our practitioners each come from unique backgrounds and have extensive training in a variety of modalities. By working together, we can offer more to our clients than any one of us could do independently.

We are open seven days a week from 9 am to 7:30 pm

Therapist Bios

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Aradia Willow LMT

Aradia is a massage therapist and the owner of Body Aware Massage. She was initially licensed in Oregon in 1998, and has been practicing massage ever since. During the past […]

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Sara Nielsen LMT, RYT

Sara Nielsen LMT, RYT has been a massage practitioner for nearly 20 years. Sara graduated from the Holistic Institute of Massage in California, has completed multiple yoga teacher trainings, and […]

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Zoe Rudzinski LMT

Zoe Rudzinski LMT graduated from East West College of the Healing Arts in 2008, and has practiced massage for the past 12 years. She specializes in relaxation massage and therapeutic […]

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Willow Ladd

Skin Care Specialist Willow Lad is our herbalist and skincare consultant. She received her esthetician license in 1999, and has since completed many advanced trainings in her field. A personalized […]

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Questions About Us

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My insurance covers massage. Which therapists can I see?
Each therapist in our office is contracted separately with each different insurance company. See list below to find the therapist that is covered by your plan.
Insurance Type Therapist In Network
Regence Blue Cross Blue ShiedAradia
Pacific SourceAradia
AtenaAradia
ProvidenceAradia
First Choice HealthAradia
Auto Accident Personal Injury Protection (MVA)Aradia, Zoe, Harmony
What does a massage therapist’s license or certification mean?
A license means that a massage therapist has met the requirements and paid the fee to legally practice massage in your city, county and/or state. To obtain a license, a massage therapist will usually have to complete a minimum number of training hours at an accredited or accepted school or training center. Further, licensing ensures that your therapist is maintaining the standards that the collective body of massage professionals has set forth to fully protect the client. Beyond, the requirements for Oregon include regular and consistent renewal of first aid/CPR certifications, continuing education units to expand skill sets and practical applications, and ethics courses for evolving awareness around holding healing space.
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