Rachelle Ebbesson, LMT
Rachelle Ebbesson began her massage education with an intensive training in Traditional Thai Massage taught by Gabriel Azoulay, a student of Pichet Boonthume of Chang Mai, Thailand. This foundational course inspired her to travel to Chang Mai and advance her study at the world renowned International Training Massage School.
Rachelle's interpretation of Thai Massage is tempered and softened by her study of Advanced Myofascial Release Techniques under the guidance of Til Luchau, an Advanced Rolfer and teacher of Clinical Myofascial Release Techniques.
She blends these two exceptional modalities to create a bodywork session that applies the principles of yoga asana, therapeutic breath work, and the gentle, but intense stretches of Traditional Thai bodywork with the slow fascia melting method learned under the tutelage of Advanced Rolfing Instructors. Rachelle is also trained in Cranial Sacral Therapy through Upledger Institute and employs energy work to facilitate healing in the deepest layers of the body.
Additionally, Rachelle's past eight years working in the field of Trauma and Addiction Recovery have given her an understanding of the body-mind connection as it relates to both physical pain and emotional holding patterns.
To receive a session that encompasses both the physical and energetic aspects of the body is an experience that goes beyond the hour spent on the table. It produces a centered state of awareness of self that spills into other aspects of your life. You will find breath, movement and rest to be more fulfilling and a state of mental ease will naturally return to your day.
Rachelle is currently accepting clients for Traditional Thai Massage, Clinical Myofascial Release and Cranial Sacral Therapy. Rachelle is a preferred provider for Premera Blue Cross Blue Shield and accepts most insurances.
Suzette Mailloux, ND Naturopathic Doctor
Dr Suzette Mailloux received her bachelor’s degree in biology and chemistry from UAF and her doctorate in naturopathic medicine at National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM) in Portland Oregon. During her clinical years at NCNM Dr Mailloux interned at multiple Portland community clinics that provided care to underserved populations including homeless and at risk youth. She also completed a specialty internship in women’s medicine under Dr Kimberly Windstar. After graduating, Dr Mailloux completed a yearlong residency in family medicine at the Alaska Center for Natural Medicine. As a family practitioner Dr Mailloux welcomes men and women of all ages into her practice. Dr Mailloux uses a variety of treatments that include herbal medicine, vitamins, minerals and nutritional support, homeopathic remedies, amino acid support, and lifestyle counseling. Her naturopathic license allows her to order lab work and imaging, and to perform physical exams. She is a strong supporter of integrative medicine, and is happy to work with your medical doctor. Dr Mailloux strives to treat each patient as a whole person rather than a set of symptoms and diagnoses. Long lasting wellness is only achieved when we address the cause of disease rather than the symptoms. Practice focus • Massage Scripts for Chronic Pain • Women’s health and hormonal balancing • Adrenal and thyroid gland dysfunction • Food intolerances • Fertility • Digestive health ranging from heartburn to ulcerative colitis • Brain neurotransmitter testing and the use of amino acid therapy and supplements to treat anxiety, depression, addiction, ADHD, and autism spectrum disorders.