Movement Bodywork

Movement Bodywork, founded by Samuel Hobbs LMT, is devoted to restoring and improving stability, mobility, and strength for a more effective, pain-free and functional existence.

Working with organs, neural tissues, blood vessels and their respective connective tissues—tendons, ligaments, bone, muscle and fascia—we address the body as a whole interconnected unit. We free up the restrictions in the fascial fabric of our bodies we've come to know as injuries and “old age.”

Working with your needs and goals, and utilizing visceral, neural, fascial and structurally focused techniques, we can establish a more functional existence in your everyday life.

Samuel Hobbs

Samuel Hobbs LMT #20584

Samuel Hobbs, BS, LMT, is an instructor of movement and athletics, working with professional dancers, athletes, and children since 2007, and is the current Artistic Director of the Portland based dance company push/FOLD.

Utilizing the Osteopathic methods of Visceral, Neural, and Vascular Manipulation, Samuel's bodywork practice specializes in working with deep-seated conditions affecting the structure, movement, balance, and pelvic health of his clients.

Outside of the clinic, Samuel enjoys sharing his passion for the human body as a teaching assistant with the Barral Institute, and as an instructor of Massage and Bodywork with East West College, endeavoring to inspire the next generations of manual therapists.

Photographer: Evrim Icoz Photography

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What Others are Saying

Samuel Hobbs has really helped out my family with body work. Effects are near immediate and benefits are felt for months. I highly reccommend his work. Jeff C.

Sam found areas of my body that needed work that I didn't even realize at first. Jamie M.

I can breathe! I have had issues with my breathing for years and have never been able to have it corrected. I feel now that I can almost take a full breath. Sarah M.

Having fibromyalgia, massage often leaves me sore. This felt highly effective. Itai D.