About

Amanda Hendricks

I grew up in the tight-knit community of Condon, Oregon. After graduating high school, I worked as a CNA while attending community college in Albany. Never one to stay in one place, I met my future husband and moved to Portland metro. In 2012 I put working on hold to start a massage therapy program at Anthem College in Beaverton. That same year my husband’s workplace  gave us the incredible opportunity to live in Australia! Less than a year later I had my daughter in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and became a stay at home mom.  Missing our network of family and friends we decided to move back to the US in 2017.

Living in Portland metro didn’t have the same appeal to us as it had before having a child. Craving the safety and security of a small town that I had in my upbringing, we moved once again and bought our first home in Condon! Living here as an adult has given me the room to grow as a businesswoman and massage therapist but also given my family something we sorely needed. Roots. 

I chose to become a massage therapist because I enjoy helping people and truly believe in the benefits of massage for everyone. Whether it’s for relaxation, after-sports care, during cancer treatment, to relieve pain, or for mental health, massage can make a difference in your life.

I specialize in deep tissue work and trigger point therapy. In all sessions I assess the muscles and fascia to know which technique will be most beneficial. I work with your body manipulating the tissues and communicating with my clients throughout.

I am a member of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA), Condon Chamber of Commerce, and a licensed massage therapist in the state of Oregon. Every first Friday of the month I offer chair massage at Shear Beauty Salon in Fossil, Oregon and welcome walk-ins! I am currently working on the necessary paperwork to be covered through several private health insurance companies.

Now accepting HSA and FSA cards and am in network as a preferred provider for Regence Blue Cross Blue Shield of Oregon!