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Meet the Massage Therapists

  • Juliann Walter
    Modalities: Cranial/Sacral, TMJ, Swedish/Relaxation

    Juliann Walter began working with DeCamp-Toftness in 2007.  She grew up in the Wenatchee Valley and is very much a country girl at heart.  Juliann often has her service-trained dog, Sophie, with her at the office and finds that she just can’t live without the animal energy that Sophie provides.  Juliann loves living in Washington State during the late spring to early winter, and Mexico, where she spends the late winter and early spring each year.  Before becoming a Massage Therapist, Juliann spent time as a teacher at Cashmere High School.  She enjoys seeing many of her former students for massage therapy – “Time flies by!”  Juliann loves to play in gardens, mountains, lakes and salt water.  Her favorite season is fall with all the fresh air and beautiful colors.  White is her favorite color because it is pure and a blank canvas for beauty.  Juliann’s favorite proverb is “All will be well…” (12th century mystic Julian of Norwich).  She believes in doing no harm to others and accepting responsibility for what you create.  The future is positive!

  • Cary Wheatcroft
    Modalities: Deep Tissue, Swedish, Pregnancy, Thai Massage, Sports Massage, and Psoas Release

    Cary Wheatcroft has lived all over the Wenatchee Valley for pretty much his entire life.  He is married to Penny and has two sons, Chase and Camden.  Their home also includes Angus and Harley, the family dogs, Einstein the cat, and CJ, Camden’s turtle.  Before becoming a Massage Therapist, Cary worked locally in the steel and fruit industries and was a truck driver.  Outside of his work at DeCamp-Toftness Chiropractic, Cary enjoys spending time with the most important parts of his life – his wife, his family and of course, his motorcycle!

  • Alexandra Bohn,
    Modalities: Cranial/Sacral, Pregnancy, Deep Tissue, Therapeutic Recovery, and Swedish/ Relaxation

    Originally from Leavenworth, Alexandra Bohn moved to Wenatchee in 2007.  She received a BA in Sustainable Agriculture and Community Development from Evergreen State College and previously worked as a chemist at a local lab.  Alexandra is an adaptable Massage Therapist who enjoys a variety of clients and modalities including therapeutic recovery, deep tissue, swedish/relaxation, cranial sacral and pregnancy massage.  In her time off, Alexandra enjoys being crafty, reading, hiking and spending time with her family.

  • Jamie Judd
    Modalities: Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, Pressure Point, and Pregnancy Massage

    Jamie Judd came to DeCamp-Toftness Chiropractic Clinic in October 2015.  She was born and raised in the Wenatchee Valley and graduated from Eastmont High School in 2005.  Before becoming a Licensed Massage Therapist, Jamie worked at JCPenney in Wenatchee doing everything from stockroom to pricing and signing. She eventually moved to Bellevue for massage school and worked at the Bellevue JCPenney store where she was promoted and committed to manager. Jamie graduated from Bellevue Massage School in August 2012 and has been practicing massage therapy in Wenatchee. She has a deep love for horses.  Jamie had her first horse ride at 3 months old and had her own pony at 3 years old. She showed 4-H horse project for 13 years as well as open horse shows. Jamie took every type of lessons she could - English, western, jumping, dressage, gaming, cattle work, roping, 3 day eventing and reining. She still has three horses - Nikki, Snickers, and Joise, and rides at least three times a week. Jamie loves riding her horses in cattle sorting and competing in pattern speed horse association. She also enjoys wine tasting all over Washington and viewing the vineyard and the wine making process. Jamie loves family time with her mom and dad and her dogs, Cooper and Kyle.

  • Heidi Craig
    Modalities: Deep Tissue, Swedish/Relaxation

    Heidi Craig decided a few years ago to take a break so she could spend more time with her children. Now that they are pretty much grown, she has returned to DeCamp-Toftness Chiropractic Clinic.  Heidi has an extensive family, which includes her boyfriend Chris, and her children Lain, Selena and her husband Marco, Franky and his wife Dawn as well as Tanner and his wife Danika.  She has 2 grandchildren, Dominic and Elaina.  Heidi also enjoys spending time with her dog Charlie, who also answers to Honey.  Heidi was born and raised in the Wenatchee Valley, but has spent short periods of time living in Tacoma and Tonasket.   She enjoys staying active and loves spending time outdoors.  You might find her camping, fishing, hiking or tubing the river.  She also likes riding motorcycles and going on adventure rides.  Heidi wore a variety of hats before deciding on massage therapy.  She has worked for Larry’s Chicken, she has been an in-home caregiver, a medication aide and an elementary and junior high school para-educator for special education in the Eastmont School district.   We are very excited to have Heidi back on the DeCamp-Toftness team!

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • ""This office has the most wonderful, caring, and professional staff. They treat you so well, and truly care about your well-being. The Chiropractor really knows his stuff and truly cares about your well being and healing. They are all well trained and the office is always so calming. I give their entire staff a 10 out of 10!!! Keep up the great work!!""
    Rhonda B. — 1/14/16

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