Massage and Bodywork

Rosetta Koach, LMT, ND


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Types of Massage & Services
Massage / Bodywork
Custom Massage--Mix of Styles**
Acupressure Massage
Craniosacral Massage Therapy (CMT)
Deep Tissue Massage
Infant Massage--Parent Training
Lymphatic Massage
Myofascial Release
Neuro-Muscular Therapy (NMT)
Polarity (Energy Massage)
Pregnancy Massage
Somatic Re-education
Sports Massage
Swedish Massage
Strain/Counter-Strain Massage
Trigger Point Massage
Naturopathic Medicine
Exercise Therapeutics
Range-of-Motion Stretches
Microcurrent Therapy
Naturopathic Manipulation
As a massage therapist, I focus on physical medicine. As a naturopathic physician (ND), I am considered a primary health care practitioner.


I enjoy learning about life though nature, education, movies, and working with my patients. I live on a small farm with my husband and two children, where I am learning about raising organic animals and growing organic foods. The farm is an ongoing project to help teach me balance in the environment. In this way I can better learn how to bring balance to my patients. When asked by my husband what I wanted for my birthday, I replied eight hours of playing in the garden.

I practice medicine with an emphasis on "doctor as teacher" and a belief that the power to heal lies within each one of us. Life is a journey of learning and growing. When we are in harmony and balance, life flows and health glows. Imbalances can happen on five levels: mentally, emotionally, physically, chemically, and spiritually. Working together with my patients, I help to find imbalances, remove blockages, and create optimal health.

As my main focus, I offer a unique combination of massage therapy/bodywork, counseling, and naturopathic medicine to effectively bring relief to my patients in pain. I gently work with patients with chronic pains like Fibromyalgia, carpel tunnel, and TMJ, as well as acute pains after injury, surgery, or car accidents.

I am also a full-service naturopathic doctor and see patients with a wide array of concerns. I use a mixture of naturopathic treatments including nutrition, supplements, herbs, homeopathy, IV therapy, massage, bodywork, microcurrent, naturopathic manipulation, exercise therapeutics, hydrotherapy, minor surgery, spiritual practices, and counseling.

I am presently teaching massage at the National College Natural Medicine (NCNM) and see private patients in my Beaverton office adjacent to my home.

My mission statement:

To help myself and others understand the laws of nature and to use that knowledge to create optimal health.

Six principles for my naturopathic practice:

  1. I believe that the laws of nature must be understood and followed to obtain optimal health.
  2. I identify and treat the cause.
  3. I treat the "whole person" by working as needed on five levels: mentally, emotionally, physically, chemically, and spiritually.
  4. I do no harm with my treatments.
  5. I educate my patients.
  6. I practice prevention as the best "cure."

Goals of my practice:

  1. I love my work.
  2. I care about people.
  3. I listen and pay attention.
  4. I believe humanity is important.
  5. I educate my patients in the ways of health.
  6. I treat the whole person.
  7. I respect my patient's individual healing processes.
  8. I help patients recognize and follow the wisdom of their innate knowingness.
  9. I help patients recognize and be true to their higher self.
  10. My patients and I are cohorts on the journey of life and health.
Pain (Acute and Chronic)
Car Accident Injuries
Prevention or healing of sports injuries
Sprains, strains, and other injuries
Muscle pain
Rheumatic conditions
Nerve pain, numbness, and tingling
Joint pain
Lymphatic congestion
Tension headaches
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Frozen shoulder
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
Parkinson's disease
Stress Relief
Chronic Fatigue
Every senior
Every infant
Need for safe touch