John Hanron, LMP
John brings a sense of presence, intention and love to work with your body, practicing slow, deep, flowing touch that helps you find the state of relaxation you need to regenerate, repair and realign.
Whether you need deep work on specific areas or are looking to tap into the magical flow of life energy, he can help facilitate that. Tools from Swedish and deep tissue massage are blended with long, slow stretches and craniosacral techniques. Mixing a slow, heart-centered touch with keen anatomy awareness, John can create a space for your body to work its magic.
"I am awed by the human body - its makeup, its processes, its ability to heal itself. I feel honored to be able to work with individuals to find that place of deep relaxation and healing."
A native of the urban and suburban wilds of the Northeast (Boston; Jackson Heights, NYC; Wash. DC's Maryland exurbs), John has been bounding about the American West (Flagstaff, Taos, SLC, Mt. Rainier, Happy Camp, Black Rock City, Twisp, Seattle) for the past 38 years. He worked as a bicycle delivery boy, cashier, lumberyard worker, carpenter, emergency medical technician, ski patroller, mountain guide, photojournalist and weekly newspaper editor before becoming a Licensed Massage Practitioner in 2009.
For the past six years, he has worked as a massage therapist and manager at a hydrotherapy spa near Snohomish, Wash., and has been maintaining his solo practice in Seattle, where he sees clients in his studio in the Saturn Building in the Fremont neighborhood.
John received his massage and bodywork training at Port Townsend School of Massage.
He is a professional member of the American Massage Therapy Association.
Wash. Lic. #60101600