Other Providers and Services

Other independent and amazing practitioners who work in our building include: a Craniosacral Therapist, a Thai Massage/Yoga Therapist, a Licensed Massage Therapist/Nutritional Therapeutic Practitioner, an Acupuncturist, and a Naturopath.

 

 

Minga Lily

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Minga Lily is an integrative therapist fusing traditional Thai medicine, energy assessment,  yogic exercises and dialogue addressing the psyche. Through her Five Bodies Healing Method, she aims to restore physical and emotional balance, alleviate pain and assist her clients in developing ongoing self-care practices to encourage optimal health. Minga also teaches unique, yoga-based movement classes at studios in Portland.

She is a graduate of Yale University’s child developmental psychology program and enjoys working with clients of all ages, from young children through late adulthood. Minga was raised in Thailand, and her expertise in Thai medicine and yoga is the result of years of study there following her time at Yale. With Portland as her newest home base, she has been in private practice since 1992 and teaches internationally. Minga prefers working with clients  who are motivated to maintain self-care routines that sustain and enhance the work she does with them.

Learn more at www.mettariver.com, contact her at minga@mettariver.com or call at: 503234-0325.

  Shawn Kinsella, LMT, CNT

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Shawn works to restore balance, harmony and vitality to the body through nutritional counseling and massage therapy.

As a Certified Nutritional Therapist, he specializes in healing digestive systems that have been damaged by modern diets, infections, prolonged use of antibiotics, drug therapies or digestive ailments such as ulcerative colitis. His work also focuses on restoring associated organ function. Drawing on age-old ancestral wisdom, his evidence-based nutritional counseling relies on a mixture of traditional diets and modern assessment methods to help you reach your optimal well-being through a personalized nutritional program.

As a Licensed Massage Therapist in practice since 2007, he is an expert in injury rehabilitation and enjoys the challenge of improving athletic performance.

Learn more at www.mettariver.com, contact him directly at shawn@mettariver.com or call at: 503-234-0325.

 Lucy Yeo, LAc, MAcOM

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My mission as a licensed acupuncturist is to offer safe, gentle and effective treatments for my patients. Acupuncture is used with great success in the treatment of musculoskeletal pain, as well as many other conditions including reproductive health, anxiety/stress, insomnia, and digestive issues.

I am passionate about bridging the gap between Western and Eastern medicine. My undergraduate degree in Human Physiology as well as my education at the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine has provided me with extensive knowledge of both biomedicine and Chinese medicine.  I love seeing Western and Eastern medicine working together to provide a level of care greater than either would be able to achieve in isolation. Here at Healthy Living Family Medicine we’re creating an environment that is capable of realizing exactly the kind of synergy that is going to take healthcare to the next level.

Acupuncture is an excellent modality to include in your general health and well being practices. I invite you to contact me to schedule a free consultation to discuss the benefits that Acupuncture and Chinese medicine may have for you. For more information please visit my website at www.pointofwellness.com or call at: 541-510-7307.