Scheduling and Payment for In-Person Private Sessions
3 Steps to Booking Your In-Person Session
To maximize and help anchor your experience, at our Portland office we utilize as needed:
- Surround Sound: A special sound healing CD is chosen to address your specific situation and played over 6 strategically located speakers.
- Olfactory Integration: When available, an essential oil is intuited on the spot, suited to your specific need.
Check availability and reserve your session time by clicking the icon below:
Portland Office Address:
2456 NW Northrop St.
Portland, OR 97210
Parking and Mass Transit info below.
Other Cities (Sliding Scale n/a):
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East West Bookshop
6407 12th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98115
Roosevelt Square, above Whole Foods
Call East West Bookshop at 206-523-3726 to
check available times and set up an appointment.
One-Hour Sessions are $150/hr. Sliding Scale N/A.
A full-responsibility, 24-hour cancellation policy applies for all sessions.
If this is your first session, fill in the on-line Intake Form here.
Enjoy our backyard! The Marshall Street Courtyard is a serene locale that can help you get ready for your session and/or to integrate afterward.
Portland Parking: Lot entrance to The Marshall Street Professional Building is on NW Marshall Street between NW 24th and NW 25th Avenues. Walk through the courtyard one block North and exit onto Northrup Street. You'll see Suite 1a on your right.
Streetcar and Bus (Lines 15, 17, 77) stops are only 2 short blocks away.
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