ABOUT C.O. BODYWORKS
The C. O. Bodyworks Experience
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Who is C. O. Bodyworks?
LMT, MMP, MLD
Crystal Olson, the founder of C.O. Bodyworks, graduated from Central Oregon Community College with an Associates Degree in Massage Therapy in 2014. Since then she has been working hard to develop her specialized therapeutic treatment style that she utilizes today. After spending years working with Chiropractors and Acupuncturists, she was able to get good hands on experience working with clients for injury recovery and stress related problems.
She leads an active lifestyle giving her first hand experience with personal injury and the necessary recovery process to heal. After being able to help heal herself, she fully understands the pain, discomfort, and mental strain of chronic pain. Our bodies have the power to heal themselves with help and hard work.
Education and Experience
Licensed Massage Therapist Since 2014
Associates Degree From Central Oregon Community College
Certified with Oregon Board of Massage Therapists
Includes over a thousand hours of training in multiple massage modalities, kinesiology, anatomy, and physiology
Practitioner of Medical Massage
Certified by the LMT Success Group
Medical Massage is a massage treatment used to treat a specific medical condition. With a thorough assessment, the practitioner will be able to determine the muscle related cause of the condition and work with the client to relieve, repair, and recover from the condition.
Practitioner of Manual Lymphatic Drainage
Certified by Mercedes Jordan from the Jordan Health Clinic
Manual Lymphatic Drainage is a manual technique that helps the body's lymphatic system to recover from injury, surgery, or illness. Lymphatic Drainage helps to reduce swelling, remove inflammation, and reduce metabolic waste from the body.
Practitioner of Zen Shiatsu
Certified with Central Oregon Community College
Zen Shiatsu is a Japanese modality of massage considered acupuncture massage. This modality helps to increase circulation and hydration of the muscle tissue through finger pressure and acupressure points. Shiatsu encourages the body's natural healing process and gives clients the space needed to heal.