Megan Moseley

Megan Moseley PT, LMT

  • Certified Pilates Instructor
  • Certified Resiliency Toolkit Practitioner
  • Certified TRE® (Trauma Release Exercise) Practitioner

I have always believed we, as human beings, have the innate ability to heal ourselves and maximize our individual potentials. Additionally, I believe it is our nature and imperative to our health to connect physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually with each other and the world around us. When we experience trauma, which we all do, it gets in the way of our ability to live in our world as the whole, integrated, connected beings we are meant to be.

Physical trauma can be painful, distracting, and actually limit our ability to function in our daily lives. Emotional trauma is less obvious, and we may or may not have a memory of it. In either case, the body holds on to the experience of trauma, and stores it in our cellular tissue. The greater the trauma, the greater the effect it can have on limiting our ability to live our lives to our fullest potential.

I have always believed that as human beings, we have the innate ability to heal ourselves.

A mind-body approach is one I have always believed in, and I’m committed to empowering my clients as a whole being. To that end, I find integrating Physical Therapy, including hands on healing, education, and movement patterning, combined with the mindfulness training of Hakomi, and Trauma Release Exercise is a powerful and highly effective combination. Additionally, it offers my clients a unique and safe environment to explore, understand, release, heal, and move past all realms of their traumas. Empowering my clients with this truly holistic and comprehensive approach is incredibly exciting and fulfilling.

I trust in the universe and believe we are constantly offered opportunities to learn, grow, and heal ourselves if we are open. What’s next for you?

Background

I have been in the healing arts for 25 years. My interest in the body and healing began at the young age of 12, and I pursued Physical Therapy as a career. In 1995, I started my own practice, Bodywise Physical Therapy, which gave me the opportunity to follow my heart and my ethics to develop a unique and ever evolving approach to helping clients heal physical pain and trauma.

Throughout my career, I have eagerly pursued continuing education, constantly adding tools to my tool box to be able to better help my clients along their path to healing. Initially, I studied traditional physical medicine i.e. Pilates, Myofascial Release, Graston, and Kinesiotaping. I loved my work, and at the same time recognized that to really help someone on a deeper lasting level, I needed to evolve myself, and my practice to integrate the mind-body-spirit.
Megan Moseley
It was in 2008, as I began pursuing my own healing, that I discovered Hakomi, and RCS, (Recreation of Self). This work helped me evolve personally and professionally, and inspired me to study with the M.E.T.A. Institute in Portland, OR. I have since completed the 6 month Interpersonal Skills Training, and 2 year Comprehensive Training, and am continually amazed by the effectiveness of applying these skills and principles in my life and work on a daily basis. The principles are:

Guiding Principles

Holism

It was late 2012, when I was on a plane speaking with a woman from Portland who mentioned I might be interested in attending the TRE Level I training with David Berceli. I love how the universe laid this in front of me! I really had no idea of how powerful this work is until I arrived at the workshop. The testimonials moved me to tears. The science impressed and fascinated me. I love that TRE shares similar foundational principles with Hakomi. Immediately, I felt this work resonate deeply within me, and I knew it was the next piece I would add to my practice.

I am currently a certified level ll TRE provider. Since integrating TRE into my practice, I have seen incredible leaps in my client’s progress physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. I am committed to an ongoing deepening of my understanding in each realm of my practice, and offering my clients a safe, unique, empowering experience to help them maximize their potential.

I have already seen incredible leaps in my client’s progress physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.

In addition to my clinical practice, I started Become Bodywise Consulting. My mission is to work as a consultant for businesses interested in creating a healthy work environment by educating their employees about body mechanics and injury prevention. Clients have included construction companies, dental offices, and even the forest service.

Over the years I have had the opportunity to do a number of public speaking engagements including the 2003 and 2005 Oregon Pain Society Conference, the 2005 and 2006 Western Oregon Woman’s Conference and the 2006 Occupational Therapy Association of Oregon State Conference. I have twice been a guest instructor at Rancho La Puerta where I presented a 5 day progressive class; The ABCDE’s of Powerful Posture and Body Awareness. This was a huge hit, and I hope to return.

I worked at the 2004 Olympics in Athens, Greece as the Physical Therapist for the American Pentathlon Team.

Years ago I started a book to teach people how to “Become Bodywise”….I need to get back on this project.

Cycle Oregon brought me on board as their Physical Therapist in 2008. My work with them includes writing website articles, email support for riders with questions about training/injuries, teaching injury prevention and stretching classes on the rides as well as offering nightly injury consultations and treatment

Beyond my work, and studies, I enjoy spending time with family, friends and my dogs, Nigil and Fabio.  Music moves me, and I seek out live shows whenever I can. I think art makes the world a better place, and I like to both create and appreciate it. I’m a fan of great books; ones that make me think, and ones so well written they are like word candy. I love exploring Portland, and the world at large, discovering new and interesting people, places and things. Cycling is a passion…I ride both: bicycle and motorcycle. Staying fit is a priority, and kind of a job requirement. I find myself drawn to the edge of the world and often seek refuge at the Oregon coast.

Kana Bodywise Physical TherapyKana Arreguin PT, DPT, OCS, CLT-LANA

  • Doctor of Physical Therapy
  • Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy
  • Certified Lymphedema Therapist- Norton School of Lymphatic Therapy
  • STOTT PILATES® Certified Rehab Matwork & Reformer Instructor

“Healing people head to toe…” is what our practice prides ourselves in doing. Analyzing the entire body and the person as a whole allows for the most successful rehabilitation. My training and certification through the STOTT PILATES rehabilitation program has strengthened my belief in this philosophy. Postural awareness and stability should be emphasized with any injury to ensure proper alignment of the spine and joints. Promoting a healthy and active lifestyle is important to me, and one of my goals for my patients. Giving people a safe and trusting environment during their rehab is a priority to reduce any mental barriers that may be limiting to their healing.

12 years of competitive gymnastics and cheerleading experience, along with coaching both sports, has given me a strong awareness of human movement. Our bodies are capable of extraordinary things, but we have to take care of the one we have been given. My ultimate goal is to improve your quality of life by increasing your awareness of your body and daily movements. With more awareness, you will be more successful at treating your pain and injuries with the tools we will teach you.

Treating women’s health and lymphedema are my passions. Working with women to improve daily functions, reduce pain, and gain back confidence has been the most rewarding part of my career. Training through the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute has been inspiring and confirmed why I am in this specialty.

People with lymphedema are often misdiagnosed and given treatment that is unsuccessful.  Reducing the size of the limb with appropriate Complete Decongestive Therapy can be life changing.  Allowing people to return to work, their hobbies, and just normal life is my ultimate goal.  I became a Certified Lymphedema Therapist through the Norton School of Lymphatic Therapy and also passed the national exam through the Lymphology Association of North America (LANA).  The Norton school has given me the tools and education to treat lymphedema with quality and comprehensive care.  The LANA certification further assures that I have the highest level of training to treat people with lymphedema.

Outside of work, I enjoy taking in the beauty of Oregon with my husband Ray and dog Rufus. I grew up in Columbus, Ohio and went to The Ohio State University and received a BS in Biology. Go Bucks! My Doctor of Physical Therapy degree is from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. We like traveling “home” to the Buckeye state to visit family and friends, but we love Oregon and fully enjoy living here.

Michelle Shively, PT, DPT

Michelle Shively, PT, DPT

I have long felt drawn to helping others improve their health, which has taken various forms throughout my life. I began my education with an undergraduate degree from the University Wisconsin-Madison in International Studies. Upon graduation, I completed a one-year service with AmeriCorps, and continued to work in the non-profit field running the city community gardens programs in Madison, Wisconsin.

I discovered physical therapy as a patient myself, and fell in love with the profession as it brought together so many of my passions including health, exercise, and education. I received my Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University Wisconsin-Madison, and have completed clinical rotations at Oregon Health Science University Hospital and the Veterans Administration Medical Centers in Salt Lake City and Portland.

I most enjoy guiding my patients to actively engage in their recovery through education, and discovery of the control they have over their physical, and mental state. I use a team approach, with myself as the facilitator, and my client as an equal partner in the rehabilitation process. Building relationships with my clients is highly valuable to me, as I recognize the impact that mindful connection has on one’s physical, mental, and emotional health. I am thrilled to join Bodywise where I can implement a wholistic, and creative approach to rehabilitation. I look forward to working for a practice that shares my values of wellness promotion, and the power of prevention.

Both personal, and clinical experiences have drawn me to working with veterans, and oncology patients. I thrive on helping my clients attain the highest level of engagement with the things that bring them joy in life. Most of all, I value learning from my clients as we work together to achieve their optimum state of health and fitness.

In my personal time I find great happiness spending time in the outdoors with my husband, Michael, and my spunky cattle dog, Quinn. I have a love for running and also enjoy hiking, biking, paddling, and most activities done in fresh air. Traveling is another passion of mine, as I love to learn about other places and cultures. I have completed a medical service trip in Guatemala, and I look forward to more opportunities to volunteer abroad in the future. Although raised in the Midwest, I feel quite at home in the Pacific Northwest where I am surrounded by endless adventures from mountains to coast.

Jenn Hinckley Office Manager

I was born and raised in Eureka, California and graduated from Eureka Senior High in 1999.  From there I attended College of the Redwoods Junior College, studying general education.  In 2001, I started working as a Medical Biller for Open Door Community Health Centers, located throughout Northern California.  This was my starting point in the healthcare industry.  I worked there until I moved to Oakridge, Oregon with my husband and starting working for Bodywise in March 2006.  Working at Bodywise has been more rewarding than I ever could have dreamed.  It not only has helped me grow as an individual, but professionally as well.  I pride myself on making every patients experience at Bodywise the best possible, from beginning to end.

In my spare time I enjoy working outdoors in my garden, hiking, hunting, biking, reading, watching movies, pottery (making and admiring), playing/learning guitar, traveling locally and abroad, most of all, spending time with my husband, close friends, family and our furry children.