Becka Parker, LMT
Becka is a Licensed Massage Therapist having graduated from the Boulder College of Massage Therapy (BCMT), a prestigious center for massage therapy education. Her client-centered approach focuses on educating clients about the anatomy, physiology, and self-care of their entire being to reach an ideal state of wellness. Through understanding the human anatomy and each individual's needs, Becka is dedicated to helping clients reach their ultimate health goals with education, encouragement and compassion.
Shortly after graduating, Becka moved to live in the mountains of Alaska where she developed her own practice as well as working at a high-end spa in Girdwood. Although her time in Alaska was spectacular, her desire to return to the Gorge brought her back four years ago when she opened her own practice in White Salmon. Prior to attending massage school, she worked as the Snowboard Training Director for Mt. Hood Meadows Ski School and spent her summers as a rafting guide. Her love for the outdoors and traveling the world has led her to her passion in massage therapy having experienced, first hand, the impact it has on people who like to play hard.
Becka has spent the last three years working with a team of massage therapist at Holistic Massage of Hood River where she was really able to grow as a therapist, learning so much more about the human body from the wide range of clientele she worked with during her time there.
While in Boulder she interned with the University of Colorado Sports Department where she worked with the schools football and track teams. She has worked with a PTSD therapy program, the Wounded Warriors project as well as a rehabilitation group for substance addiction. She also specializes in prenatal massage, Kinesio Taping and focuses her continuing education with Til Luchau and his Advanced MayoFascial trainings. She has an intuitive and nurturing massage style that is customized for each individuals needs.
Becka is Nationally Certified with the NCBTMB (National Certification Board and Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork) as well as a member of AMTA (American Massage Therapy Association).
When not working hard for her community, she is usually out playing with her family in the snow, river, ocean or wherever the sun may go.