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Kyra Plume, LMT

Kyra Plume, LMT, Licensed Massage Therapist


I'm Kyra — a Licensed Massage Therapist, Oregon License #18745

I consider myself a family practitioner LMT with skills to meet clients throughout the changing stages of their lives. I blend modalities to suit each patient's specific needs — I use rehabilitative, functional, trauma informed, relaxation, Thai, Prenatal, Sports, Structural/Myofascial/Deep Tissue and self care techniques to create patient specific and goal oriented sessions. Cupping and Gua Sha are also sometimes used.

About Me.

Kyra Plume graduated from East West College of the Healing Arts, in Portland, OR and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Fine Art and Literature from Lewis and Clark College, also in Portland. She has been practicing at the Beaumont Health Care Clinic in private practice since 2012. She prefers the therapeutic session to focus on the person before the modality and considers herself a family practitioner LMT with skills to meet clients throughout the changing stages of their lives. She is an Oregon Licensed Massage Therapist and an insured professional member of American Massage Therapy Association. 


Kyra offers Therapeutic Massage techniques including: Swedish, Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Cupping Therapy, Gua Sha, Thai Inspired Massage, Movement Therapy, Hydrotherapy and Breath Awareness. Details are available on her website.

My Services


With passion for the structure and function of the human body, mind and spirit and the connection of these to the environment in which they continually change and move, I can be of assistance as you work toward your goals for well-being, improved movement and range of motion, decreased pain, and postural balance. My practice is rooted in the belief that each aspect of our lives contributes to our health exponentially. The activity we choose to give our time and effort to, the thoughts we create, our relationships with other beings and the environment surrounding, all build our health. In my practice I consider touch, movement, nutrition and connection to environment as essential spokes of preventative health and wellness.


Swedish techniques vary from gentle to vigorous, and include a combination of long, gliding, rhythmic and continuous, kneading, percussive, and friction strokes.  Reflexive and mechanical systemic benefits increase circulation of blood and lymphatic fluid as well as increase joint range of motion.  Combined to suit individual needs, these strokes create fluid, circulation-enhancing, and relaxing effects.


In order to affect and access deep tissues in the body,  I can use either intense, localized pressure and/or gentle subtle technique.  It may seem odd that intense pressure isn't always necessary to access deep areas.  Consider for a moment, however, the effect of vibration, temperature, or emotion.  When you feel the deep rumble of a thunder storm or the smooth harmony of cello tone pass through the center of your bones, or the thorough percolation of warmth from hot water, you experience change on a deep tissue level.  Both direct and indirect techniques can be used to bring about deep tissue change.

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