Born and raised in Southeast Washington, Melinda Woodward (Harris) has a passion for helping people. After graduating from Southridge Highschool in 2001, Melinda moved to Oregon. Not long after she was in an auto accident that resulted in a whiplash injury.
With the help of a skilled Chiropractor and Massage Therapist she was able to alleviate migraine headaches sustained from the accident. Shortly afterwards, Melinda found that Massage Therapy would be a perfect match for her to help those around her.
Graduating in Spring 2004 from Tri-Cities School of Massage, she has been serving her community for the past 12 years. She has also been a certified Cupping Therapist for the past 5 years. Melinda is a wife and Mother other of two girls.
She has a passion for music and dance. She is an active part of her church and community. Her heart is in traveling, experiencing different cultures, and connecting with all kinds of people.
Hello, my name is Amber Prejean. I am a licensed massage therapist who specializes in therapeutic massage that is intentional and full of awareness. I tailor each massage to correct and balance postural deviations while bringing awareness to the patient’s self-care to decrease chronic pain. After 16 years of experience, I remain very passionate about my profession. With compassion for each individual, I use a blended approach of firm pressure as well as relaxation and comfort.
I love the challenge of working with chronic pain specifically in the area of the neck, shoulders and hips while never ignoring the spine. I successfully help those who suffer from headaches, sciatica, muscle injuries and repetitive use issues. I trust my hands and intuition when working with each individual. By adjusting to the patient’s needs, I adapt my bodywork with techniques such as Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Therapy, Swedish and traction methods to bring optimal health and pain relief.
Kacey Davis grew up in the Pacific Northwest, where she was an all-conference athlete playing basketball and volleyball. She has continued to enjoy being active, maintaining a healthy lifestyle and working out. She has a competitive nature and enjoys learning ways she can improve.
Kacey has an associate’s degree from BYU-Idaho and received her massage degree from the Utah College of Massage Therapy. She now has over 8 years of experiencing massaging a broad spectrum of patients and clients. She enjoys spending time with her family, her husband and daughter.