Kevin Ryan


Massage Therapist

About Kevin Ryan

Kevin Ryan is a longtime NW native and lifelong athlete. His pursuit in sport is the inspiration to study movement sciences and massage therapy. He studied Kinesiology at Western Washington University and received his massage training at East West College here in Portland where he has called home since 2017.

Kevin integrates western techniques with traditional relaxation bodywork in his massage practice. He approaches massage from a structural integration perspective that takes in account a client’s postural balance, daily movement patterns and addresses causes for dysfunction or pain. Kevin’s goal in every session is to treat each client individually to help decrease pain levels and improve function.

In his free time, Kevin is often racing bikes with his team, backpacking and climbing or creating prints and music.

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