Nikkie Lattion

Licensed Massage Therapist#14233

Office visits and Covid-19 Protocols. 


Dr. Rob and I have put into place many new cleaning and safety protocols to ensure a more safe visit for you, office practitioners, and the community. Below is the current outline for visiting the office.


Please plan to come alone to your visit at this time and wear a mask. We are asking that all clients remain in their cars until 3 minutes before their session. 


Please text, call or email if you are feeling unwell or have been exposed to someone who is feeling unwell, regardless of your vaccination status. 



Craniosacral Therapy

Craniosacral Therapy

CranioSacral Therapy is a light-touch approach that can create dramatic improvements in your life and wellness. It releases tensions deep in the body to relieve pain and dysfunction and improve whole-body health and performance.

Hot Stones

Hot Stones

Relax and ease tense muscles. Smooth heated stones are massaged into muscles for pain relief and muscle repair.

Visceral Manipulation

Visceral Manipulation

Organ specific fascial mobilization.

Therapeutic Massage

Therapeutic Massage

Therapeutic massage mixes a variety of advanced modalities that enhance the body’s natural restorative functioning. Therapeutic massage can be used as a collaborative, supportive addition to conventional medical treatment of illness and injury, alleviating pain and stress, aiding soft tissue healing, and revitalizing the body.


Somato-emotional release

Somato-emotional release

SomatoEmotional Release is a therapeutic process that expands on the principles of CranioSacral Therapy to help rid the mind and body of the residual effects of trauma.

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About me....



About me

I am a licensed massage therapist with over 13 years of experience. I am trained in Upledger Craniosacral and Somato-emotional release techniques as well as Barral Visceral Manipulation. Over the years I have had experience with various holistic and allopathic health care providers as part of complementary wellness care.


When I am not in the massage room, I can be found knitting while listening to audiobooks, hiking, swimming, or gardening. I love to learn, read, and acquire new skills. 

My touch style

I come from the school of thought that deeper pressure can create defensiveness within the body, putting it on guard and blocking unwinding. You will not find that sort of deep pressure/ bullying here. I do have extensive training and experience in techniques that are gentle, subtle and effective. I also tend to focus on globally balancing the fascial, muscular, visceral and craniosacral systems as a whole to promote better posture and body mechanics while supporting the central nervous system to relax more deeply.


Personal healing philosophy.

It has been my experience, and through that, my philosophy that your body has an innate healing wisdom of its own that far exceeds any outside agenda. To honor that inner wisdom, I hold a space that creates an opportunity for you to connect with your body and feel and hear the unique and beneficial message that your body holds. I encourage clients to cultivate inner awareness and self-compassion to both empower and place useful tools in your hands to further long-term care results.


What I love about craniosacral and somato-emotional release techniques

  • Helping people navigate the natural process of releasing stressful experiences while reconnecting to their body’s innate resilience.

  • Seeing people find relief, peace and ease in their bodies when they are freed from the suffering of pain and tension.

  • Helping clients to feel supported while they do the work their bodies need, brings my heart gratification.


Personal influences in my practice

  • Operating a private practice for the last 7 years.

  • Collaborative care with other practitioners

  • Holding a space with compassion and sensitivity to facilitate the healing work of others is humbling.

  • Letting go of how things "should" heal and being open to how the body would like to heal, also humbling.

  • Raising a strong daughter.

  • My own personal experience with chronic pain and the personal growth and self-care it takes to balance life.




Over two years ago, when I was in the process of really learning how to take good care of myself, I injured my foot, which was a demoralizing setback both physically and emotionally. I looked to standard medicine, but my doctors weren’t really hearing me, and they offered cookie-cutter solutions that didn’t treat my pain or my actual injury. Several of my friends—and I do mean several—referred me to Nikkie Lattion, and they all hailed her as a wizard massage therapist. I had never had a professional massage before, and I was very anxious about it, but Nikkie made me feel immediately so comfortable and so heard that she has been an indispensable partner in my self-care ever since.

        Nikkie’s treatment has been life-changing for me, and I don’t make this statement lightly. I have never known anyone to listen so carefully or ask such astute questions about what is happening with my body, and what is happening with me spiritually and emotionally that is being played out physically. Once I started seeing Nikkie, the improvements to my pain were immediate and, what’s more, she was able to tell me how what I thought was an isolated injury was actually part of a far more interconnected problem of misalignment. Nikkie saw beyond what I thought was bothering me, and considered my body holistically to treat the source rather than the symptom, which was all the poor solution institutional medicine had offered me.

As part of her treatment, Nikkie has taught me so much about how the tangled problems with our bodies are also linked to the tangled problems with how we try to manage life. So I’ve learned from Nikkie how to better take into account the full picture of my health, and how to listen to what I, as a complete person, need to feel well and good. I’m constantly amazed by Nikkie’s commitment to her work and her clients. Since I’ve known her, she’s always learning more about healing, adding to her already considerable expertise, talent, and intuition. It’s always so clear how seriously Nikkie takes her treatment and care of me that I can’t imagine trusting anyone more. I would and do recommend her enthusiastically to anyone who’s experiencing pain. No one could ask for a more skilled, thoughtful, and kind guide in the healing process.



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160 East Broadway.
Suite 200
Eugene OR 97401
nikkielattion@gmail.com | 541.579.5587
Tuesday - Friday 11:00 - 6:30
 Saturday 10:00 - 3:00

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