I am a licensed massage practitioner (LMP) practicing in Bellingham, WA. I also practice in Eugene, OR as a licensed massage therapist (LMT).
I am trained in a variety of techniques to facilitate and maintain your body’s natural healing processes. I incorporate these techniques into a traditional "Swedish" style, providing a relaxing, healing touch to give your body a vacation from the stresses of life.
A typical massage session with me includes a brief discussion of the client's health history and areas of pain or discomfort followed by 60 minutes (or 90 minutes) of relaxing client-centered table massage, all accompanied by soothing instrumental music.
My Website contains information about the various techniques I use in my work, complete pricing details, how to be prepared for and comfortable during your massage, and all my scheduling and contact details: noahcitron.amtamembers.comEducation and Background
After earning my B.A. in Earth and Environmental Sciences from Wesleyan University and sailing on two amazing research voyages across the Pacific Ocean with SEA, I charted a new course. Moving from my involvement in the outdoorsy sciences towards a more service-oriented path, I enrolled in the Massage Practitioner Program at Whatcom Community College and found myself learning a lot of other fascinating sciencey subjects--kinesiology, anatomy, pathophysiology--in addition to massage therapy techniques.
Massage is a fun, academically stimulating, and complex subject. I enjoy the challenges that this profession offers and expect to be continually learning for many years to come! It's an exciting direction for me, and I look forward to helping my clients feel relaxed and rejuvenated in the midst of their often-stressful lives.
My program's training covered both relaxation and treatment massage, incorporating Swedish, deep tissue, lymphatic facilitation, and myofascial release techniques. I also attend frequent continuing education courses to complement my repertoire of techniques and to enhance my understanding of the human body.
When not practicing massage, I spend as much time as possible being outdoors in rain or shine: sailing, hiking, biking, playing beach volleyball, and reading in my hammock. I also enjoy cooking, eating, and spending time with friends, family, and dogs. hide