Covid-19 Precautions and Information

IF YOU ARE SENSITIVE TO HYDROGEN PEROXIDE

We will have to discuss other CDC Certified and Phase One required disinfectants and attempts can be made to procure an alternative that is also odorless.

There is a 45min gap between appointments that will also ensure we practice social distancing to the extent possible around the actual massage time, with no risk of clients encountering eachother in the lobby.

I am running a medical grade air filter at all times. It cycles the room 2x per hour and filters to the size of your average coronavirus.

When you arrive for your appointment

Please proceed to the 2nd floor of the building. At the top of the stairs, keep left around/past the kitchenette. You will see a room (Suite 108) that has a table, chair and sink. Please wash or sanitize your hands and have a seat until I come out for you.

Restrooms, if needed, are next to the elevator to the far right at the stairs.

During your appointment

MASKS ARE REQUIRED. At all times, except when face down on the table. This is nonnegotiable. If you arrive without a mask, I will provide one at no charge.

After your appointment

I can no longer offer beverages, so please remember to bring your own water bottle! I will not restrict payment types, but will not have change if you elect to pay with cash, as I will be very conscious of my hand sanitization and handling of cash and checks. I will, again, open doors for you when we part.

Between appointments

I am using a 1.5% Hydrogen Peroxide solution to disinfect the doorknobs, the massage table, chairs, hot pad, and towel warmer. When doing a hot stone, stones are soaked in disinfectant. All laundry (yes, including blanket) is changed between clients. At the end of the day, all surfaces are given a thorough spray and wipe.

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About Me

Hello! I'm Becky Maddox, LMT. I've been practicing massage therapy for the lovely people of the Corvallis area since 2004. I have had the pleasure of working in a variety of settings, each with their own influence over my services. I think the wonderful experience of working in a spa made me really appreciate the pampering aspect of even the most functional of therapeutic massage treatments. I have experience working in a hospital setting as well, and that was not only as rewarding as could be imagined, it gifted me the opportunity to learn how to tailor massage therapy around a myriad of needs.

Very rarely is massage therapy completely barred from a treatment plan. Always feel free to talk with me about any concerns you may have regarding massage and your individual health picture. I am willing to communicate with you and your managing health care providers to find a touch therapy that is suited to your needs. In the event your condition is (at this time) incompatible with traditional bodywork, I am a Reiki practioner as well, and we can talk about relaxation and relief options available in that realm.

My path to massage therapy began with a need and desire to learn about and hopefully control my own pain, as a chronic migraine sufferer. It wasn't long after beginning massage school that I fell head over heels in love with bodywork. I believe that shows through in my massage. My deepest passion lies in helping people pinpoint the causes of their discomfort, devising a strategy to minimize those habits, and working to release old holding patterns and tensions. I am committed to communication with my clients and always welcome questions.

When I'm not studying body-related fields or performing massage, I can't be found because I'm hiking the wilds of Oregon with my family or looking at the cosmos through a telescope.

Becky Maddox, LMT OBMT #11577