Mary Bullock-Pederson has been a member of the Eagle River/Chugiak community for over 30 years and has been practicing massage therapy for over 25 years.

I began my journey with massage while pregnant wit my first child. I read everything I could get my hands on regarding baby massage. When she was born, I continued with daily massage and stretchs on her. Three years later my son was born and massage became a daily routine, as infants at bathtime and children as a bedtime "tuck in". I took workshops and mini-classes along the way.

I recall one evening my son, then in high school asked for a "tuck in" and I replied " say what you really want" and he said "a foot massage mom". I am convinced that both my children benefited greatly from our bedtime ritual and they are the wonderful happy adults they are today because of it.

For many years it was just a hobby and passion of mine, along with essential oils.

In 1986 I attended Gatekey Massage School in Anchorage and shortly thereafter spend time in Hawaii where I took classes at the East West Clinic on the Big Island studing Shiatsu Massage. I am a member of the American Massage Therapy Associated and Board Certified with the national Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork

When I started my practice my emphasis was and continues to be on relaxation massage, however, over the years I have continued my education in many modalities of massage which has transformed my type of massage therapy into an integrative style, incorporating many learned techniques. I use these techniques to address clients needs and preference.

Rieki, Lomilomi, Hot Stone, Aromatherapy, Lymphatic Drainage, Chair Massage, Fibromyalgia Massage and Cranial Sacral Therapy.


She is an active member of the Sleeping Lady Lions Club and enjoys spending her time giving back to the community.

Mary is an active professional member of the National Certified Board of Therapeutic Massage & bodyworks and a member of the Chugiak/Eagle River Chamber of commerce.

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Tension is who you think you should be.

Relaxation is who
you are.

~ Chinese Proverb