Holistic Manual Therapy for treating the following and much more...
Auto Injury Claims
Low Back Pain &
Orthopedics & Surgical Prep/Recover
Traumatic Brain Injury
Anxiety & Stress
Digestive Disorders & Visceral Issues
Physical Injury Recovery
Longevity & Wellness
"Human flesh is spiritualized matter."
-Jeff Maitland, Rolfer, PhD.
Meet our Practitioners
Working with the body to assist in restoring function, resilience,
Cris Rubini, LMT 17049
I grew up in the Washington D.C. area and started moving west to attend (and mainly row!) UC Berkeley in '02.
In 2003, I changed my life course and started looking for a holistic healing arts program. In 2006, I completed the certification program in Structural Integration at the Pacific Center for Awareness and Bodywork on Kauai.
Practicing since 2006, I've developed a multifaceted approach to evaluating and treating clients. Techniques and philosophies integrated include: Structural Integration, Craniosacral Therapy, Neural & Visceral Manipulation, Myofascial Release, and Somatic Awareness Therapy practices.
I am continually to trying to develop a deeper understandings and clearer vision of the body's intricate systems of relationships. I use and blends these Osteopathic and soft tissue therapies as each client requires or requests working with your body's unique needs.
Rose Vaughan, LMT 26072
Hello, my name Is Rose Vaughan. I am a Eugene Local who works along side Cristofer Rubini at Ouro Center for Integrative bodywork. I strive to always continue learning about the human body and how it moves, how it stores pain, and how we can move beyond to live pain free lives.
After receiving my license in September of 2020 I worked through the pandemic and learned many new bodywork skills. I have continued to take classes In Myofascial release, Pregnancy massage, Cranial sacral, Cupping, and scraping. Our sessions will usually start with postural and movement analysis, to discover how you as an individual move throughout space and how painful areas may arise in doing so.
A session may range from very deep work to very subtle work. I strive to meet you where your body and soul are at and find a place of healing and restfulness.
Outside of work I enjoy taking my pug Waffles for walks, Reading, playing Video games, Drawing, sewing, hiking, and foraging. In the near future I will be attending Columbine school for Botanical studies in hopes that I will become an herbalist and be able to incorporate this into my massage practice.