Everett Reeves, LMP

Hi my name is Everett and I’m a graduate of The Columbia River Institute of Massage Therapy. I believe that massage and the healing power of touch is an essential aspect of personal health and wellbeing. I am a relaxationist by nature and like to blend this style with treatment specific techniques, deep tissue, and stretching when needed. I can also provide cupping, hot towels, and aromatherapy if desired. Beyond that I am a student of life. I live to learn and experience all I can! I love to hike, garden, cook, travel, read, and exercise. I also enjoy taking care of my cats and watching the occasional adventure movie.


Mikayla Slough, LMT

Mikayla graduated from Wenatchee Valley College in 2015 with an Associate of Arts degree. In December 2018, Mikayla completed her training at Columbia River Institute of Massage Therapy.

Mikayla has experience using the following techniques: Swedish Massage, Thai Massage, Cupping, and Reflexology. She has been a great addition to Blanksma Chiropractic. Mikayla is the lead massage therapist and we appreciate her communication and ability to work with all ages. Mikayla can provide a relaxing massage or provide you with a very deep tissue massage. Don’t let her tiny frame fool you. Mikayla is always positive and listens to what your needs are.

She enjoys traveling and spending time with her boyfriend, Everett. Everett and Mikayla love to attend music and transformational festivals. Her love for nature keeps her continuing to learn about plants and gardening. In her spare time, she enjoys baking nutritious sweets and spending time with her family.


Philip Rouse, LMT

Philip is an outgoing young man who has great insight on helping patients improve their health care. Philip is a graduate of Puyallup High School and he attended Evergreen State College. He obtained his massage degree at The Columbia River Institute of Massage. Philip is an active member of the organization, GWAMA. Greater Wenatchee Area Massage Alliance (GWAMA) is a place where massage therapists can volunteer, our valley and get insight on new massage techniques. It is a way to engage with other therapists and continue to grow in his profession.

He is a musician and was previously a youth group leader at his local church. Philip is part of a pilot fitness program that focuses on injury prevention and increasing the body’s capacity to achieve through movement and breath work to better enhance all areas of our daily lives. His approach to massage therapy is to help support the bodie’s ability to heal and transform you into your optimal health through a therapeutic touch. His goal is to help the body relax. He will assess and implement the best modality of massage to meet your needs. He enjoys teaching you how to breathe and take place in your own healing process. Philip is a great communicator and has massage openings on Monday and Tuesday. Philip is going to be a dad this year and we are very excited for his and Stacy’s future.