Meet Our University District Massage Therapists

Dreamclinic’s massage therapists are carefully chosen for their superior massage skill and client focus. Our therapists embody the professionalism and customer satisfaction standards that set Dreamclinic apart.


 Anne B.

Anne believes the most effective healing is a collaboration, and invites her clients to be active participants in their healing process. She combines deep tissue, myofascial release, trigger point and Swedish techniques to reduce stress, increase mobility and relieve pain and discomfort. A graduate of Spectrum Center School of Massage in 2017, Anne brings a passion for lifelong learning and strong desire to help others to her massage work. She enjoys providing effective treatment work for clients with specific focus areas as well as relaxation sessions. By truly listening to each client and bringing curiosity and compassion to every session, Anne creates therapeutic sessions that nurture body, mind and spirit.

Desiree H.

Three years ago, Desi moved from Montana to Washington state with an open heart and open mind which eventually brought her Cortiva School of Massage where she graduated in 2016. Being raised in a family of healthcare providers, she always found a passion in being able to help heal and help others in need. Desi’s touch has been described as therapeutic and provides excellent healing to those clients who have spent time with her. She enjoys giving back in her local community and has provided volunteer massage services to the Pacific Northwest Ballet.

Jane H.

In 1979, I packed up my car and moved to Olympia, WA from New York State. Soon after being licensed to practice massage I began work at Radiance Herbs and Massage, practicing massage in Olympia from 1983-1986. I moved to Seattle in 1987 and began work at New Seattle Massage. Between the years of 1991-1999, I left New Seattle Massage to develop my own practice. During that time I also received a real estate license and spent several years studying at the community college. Deciding a career in real estate was not for me and tiring of working on my own, I returned to New Seattle Massage to work in a community of massage practitioners. I am drawn to practicing Swedish massage because it is the massage that I most enjoy receiving. I generally work with medium-deep pressure with deeper specific work when called for. I find that a strong, flowing Swedish massage can be deeply relaxing, which is the effect that I strive for.

Jennifer S.

I became interested in Massage Therapy even before middle school. I can honestly say that it is my calling in life. It is an honor to have the opportunity to help people overcome their personal injuries and boundaries. My style is intuitive, while incorporating modalities such as myofascial release, modified deep tissue, trigger point release, scar manupulation, muscular guarding and many other clinical treatment methods. I strive to inform my clients about the findings of the massage so that we can work together to accomplish personal short term and long term goals, and discuss self care regiments to follow through with at home. When I am not in massage mode, you can find me serving food to the homeless, adventuring with my kids, and studying herbal medicine.

Jude U.

Biologists say the way to “heal” an ecosystem is to connect it to more of itself. This is a good description of what massage can do. This connection is the gift of receiving a massage. A window of time to connect with yourself, bringing awareness, circulation, and energy to tight and sore muscles and joints that you may not have noticed before.



Michael S.

My aim in giving a massage is to activate your body’s self regulating mechanism. I use some neuromuscular techniques, movement, and resistive stretching to talk to your brain, and nervous system, allowing you a deeper relaxation. I have been working as an LMP for over 10 years and employ both the science, of certain techniques and the art and intuition of noticing where restrictions are. Each person and each massage is unique and I like to work with you to reach your treatment goals, so your feedback is very important. If you just want to relax, or have specific injuries, or would like deep tissue, we can tailor each session to meet you where you are at on this particular day.

A word about “deep tissue.” I have been trained to use my elbows and forearms, along with body mechanics to facilitate reaching the deeper layers of muscle. I do not believe in “no pain, no gain.” My style of deep tissue, would be gentle and specific. I also like to give suggestions for self care, for in between your massage sessions, in the form of stretching/ strengthening and hydrotherapy. I have learned from taking Yoga one must achieve a balance between strength and flexibility.

I started massage when I was a child, intuitively working for my parents, and then friends throughout the years at school. After a confusing teen journey to Tacoma, while pursuing mechanical maintenance jobs I found myself severely injured. My right arm had been trapped in a conveyor belt at work and I was unable to feel or use my right hand.
After a period of healing and self-reflection I found the inspiration to go back to school for massage. I graduated with honors from Pima medical institute in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 2009. After practice for a few years I found myself in another period of change. In 2010 my cousin passed away from an overdose, and I searched for meaning in work. I found purpose again through Yoga practice and a deepening understanding of the mind-body expression of pain.
I moved back to Seattle in 2013 and received a certificate of completion from Bellevue massage school.
I have spent the last year in practice with cooperative care with chiropractors and physical therapists. Working with chronic conditions and illustrating simple self-care techniques have brought a renewed sense of meaning to my practice.

My current goals are to be certified as a yoga instructor, and to travel to the Polynesian islands and then to Southeast Asia. Learning more massage and yoga and meditation.
I believe that our purpose on this planet is to heal, and our life is a journey where we are blessed enough to help others heal while they assist our process.


Nasser D.

MA60741346 As a multisport athlete, Nasser understands how massage therapy helps improve overall health, wellness, and performance. Happy to be alive, he always brings positive energy and enthusiasm to the table. He combines Swedish, Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Neuromuscular Therapy, Active Release, MET, Hydrotherapy, Cupping, and Sports massage modalities, and sprinkles in aromatherapy, reflexology, lymphatic, prenatal, and structural integration principles to customize every treatment experience. He earned a BA in political science from New York University, and graduated from the Discoverypoint School of Massage in Seattle. In 2017, he completed the leap of practicing massage therapy full-time by retiring from successful careers in the advertising and technology industries.

Steven G.

Steven loves to help others feel better employing Swedish massage with direct pressure, passive positional release and other treatment techniques.  He focuses on what the client requests and needs while still giving relaxing experience. Steven has been in practice since 1999 in the chair massage industry as well as the spa environment and now treatment massage.  He enjoys prenatal massage, sports injury treatment, low back pain relief as well as frozen shoulder treatment and has effective temporal mandibular joint dysfunction techniques.  He can’t wait to meet you and help you on your path to health and well-being.


Wayne T.

Wayne graduated from Seattle’s Cortiva Institute for Massage Therapy in 2010 with 1000 hours of training. He has a specialized and passionate focus in Traditional Thai massage, with additional studies in Myofascial Release, and Cupping Therapy. Wayne also instructs beginning and advanced Musculoskeletal Anatomy and Kinesiology courses at the Cortiva Institute as well. A self-proclaimed “anatomy geek”, Wayne enjoys finding new ways to teach fascinating information about the body to both students and clients alike. When he’s not massaging or teaching, he enjoys biking through the city, frequenting the wilderness of the PNW, and drinking a fantastically brewed cup of Yerba Mate. He describes his massage as “compassionately effective and intuitively therapeutic.