Contact Us

Please contact me anytime here.  Feel free to ask questions about my bodywork programs for humans or horses, inquire about lessons or workshops, or leave a comment.  Thanks for your interest and I look forward to serving you soon!  

65745 White Rock Loop
Bend, OR, 97701
United States

(541) 639-7781

Massage therapy and clinical therapeutic bodywork for humans and equines.  Josh Williams brings over 15 years as a licensed massage therapist, 1000's of hours of client contact and advanced course work, and a bachelors degree in exercise science to the table.  You can be assured you are in good hand and well experience pain relief, injury recovery, stress relief, and performance goals with professional manual therapy.  Comfortable, effective, and professional treatments are the goal.  Call/text/email now to schedule.  


Horse Massage

Horse massage by licensed therapist Josh Williams and elite horse trainer Victoria Petersen at Cascadian Stables; for equine injury prevention, performance enhancement, and injury prevention.  

As an equine sports medicine veterinarian, I highly recommend Josh as a massage therapist. We have teamed up on multiple occassions and it seems that our work is symbiotic and compliments each other. He is extremely knowledgeable, does great body work and knows when to refer to a veterinarian. The horses love what he does for them and subsequently so do their owners. His diagnostic findings have been very accurate and his medical intuition is dialed in. He and Victoria are an excellent team. As they are both great students of the horse which leads to their high level of horsemanship. I look forward to continue to work and learn with Josh in the future.
— Patrick H. Young, DVM, AVCA certified in animal chiropractic


Thank you for your interest in our horse massage therapy program.  We are very excited to offer our innovative and effective bodywork program for your equine athlete.  Licensed Massage Therapist Josh Williams teams up with elite performance horse trainer Victoria Petersen to access and treat soft tissue issues in horses.  

We have been getting incredible results with this program that we have been developing over the last few years.  We believe by treating the soft tissue of equine athletes (muscles, tendons, etc.) that great progress can be made in overcoming injury, and perhaps more importantly in injury prevention.  Just like human athletes receive regular physical therapy and massage therapy, equine athletes require a similar level of care and maintenance.  Josh prepared a presentation for OSU's exercise science department that will be linked below.  

We will also be planning clinics and workshops for both massage therapists and horse owners to learn some tips and tricks to keep your horse in tip top shape.