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.
We are located on the corner of Grand and Morrison, on the east side of the Morrison Bridge directly across the river from downtown Portland.
516 SE Morrison St. Suite 203
Portland, Oregon 97214
Our studio is a beautiful, elegant retreat. We have spent the last eleven 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 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.
When you come visit, there is generally plenty of street parking in the neighborhood. It's a good idea to get 2 hour parking, as your appointment will last at least an hour and fifteen minutes.
If you prefer, you may park in the parking lot behind the building. Parking costs $6, and is good for the full day.
Whether you're looking for a romantic evening with your special someone, or hanging out with a good friend, here are some fun ways to spend some quality time in our neighborhood.
Rent a tandem kayak at Alder Creek by OMSI. Paddle the Willamette River around Ross Island, around a five-mile trip. This is one of our favorite in-town paddles. Afterwards, come up to Aqua Terra Massage for a restorative 90-minute massage for two.
Park at OMSI and walk the esplanade trail around the river. Stop off at the at Newport Bay, the only floating restaurant in Portland, enjoy some of their awesome crab cakes. Then finish the trail and drive the last few blocks to Aqua Terra Massage.
Come for a massage and head over to Le Bistro Montage for some spicy jambalaya afterwards.
Have someone who can watch the kids? Drop them off at OMSI while you come to get a massage a few blocks away.
Bring your mother in with you for a massage for two, and then enjoy a stroll at the Portland Classical Chinese Garden in downtown Portland.
Enjoy a fantastic breakfast at the renowned Zell's Cafe before your massage.
Rent bikes at Waterfront Bicycles at Riverplace on the waterfront, and ride the Springwater Corridor trail. You can take it down to Sellwood, or stay in the city and bike the river walk. A massage is perfect after a nice bike ride, when your muscles have been worked, and you are ready to relax and enjoy some air conditioning!
Why not make the most of a sunny afternoon? Enjoy happy hour at Newport Bay Restaurant, the only floating restaurant in Portland, on the Willamette River and then come on over for a relaxing massage!
For a beautiful evening enjoying the cityscape, or gorgeous daytime views of the Cascade Mountains, enjoy happy hour at The Portland City Grill after your massage.
Get back to the zen of things with some quiet, focused time to yourself. Take a pilates mat class at Reform Pilates. Enjoy a fresh-squeezed juice at the coffee shop downstairs. Then bring your relaxed self upstairs to Aqua Terra for a four-handed massage. There is nothing like it!
Get a couples massage with your sweetheart, and when you are relaxed and connected after the massage, head over to Bete-Lukas Ethiopian restaurant on Hawthorne Blvd. where you both can share a spicy meal you eat with your hands.
Spending an afternoon at the local farmer's market is so much fun! Enjoy the local produce, musicians, and have some dinner at the Portland farmer's market. Then follow this healthy afternoon up with a healing, balancing massage with your friend.
For more ideas on fun things to do in the city, you can check out Travel Portland.