Aqua Terra Massage is a private studio located in the historic Weatherly building in southeast Portland. Newly remodeled, the Weatherly building was built in 1926 and was one of the first high-rise buildings in Portland. George Weatherly was an ice cream tycoon who built this cement and rebar structure, thinking it would be one of many high-rises on the east side of the river. To date, it is still the tallest building in the neighborhood.
516 SE Morrison St. Suite 203
Portland, Oregon 97214
Our studio is a beautiful, elegant retreat. We have spent fifteen years meticulously honing the experience to be excellent in every way. Our massage tables are plushly outfitted with extra padding, and soft, satin-like sheets. In the winter, we have table warmers to keep you comfortable and your muscles warm and relaxed.
There is a soft breeze in the studio as our fan both circulates and cleans the air. A surround sound system fills the studio with quiet music. Warm, low lighting during the massage is used during the massage to help you unwind. We use all natural grapeseed and sweet almond oils blended with a choice of aromatherapy.
We never rush appointments. When you pay for an hour massage, you receive the full hour of focused work, with extra time to relax and debrief afterwards.
Valet parking is available in the parking lot behind the building. The entrance to the parking lot is on southeast Grand Avenue, between Belmont and Morrison. If you park on the street, it's a good idea to get 2-hour parking, as your appointment will last at least an hour and fifteen minutes. Metered street parking is also available closer to the building.