Jennifer Mueller

From as early as five, Jennifer became accustomed to the active lifestyle her triathlete racing, bodybuilding mother surrounded her with. An avid runner from childhood up through her twenties, Jennifer learned that variety, injury prevention and a focus on longevity were important to staying active. Nowadays she not only runs, but enjoys endurance swimming, hiking, weight lifting, and a regular yoga practice.

Jennifer also remembers exchanging massage with her mother and making it a daily system of trade from a very young age. This growing desire to understand the psyche’s health, the body’s health, and her enjoyment of interpersonal relationships, drew her to a double bachelor’s in Psychology and Sociology at Portland State University. Returning to Seattle after college, she delved into a range of care-giving and community focused jobs where she realized that one could therapy another not just through the mind and psychiatry. Massage had always been there, lingering in her heart and her mind, and was ultimately the therapeutic route she chose to pursue in order to effect the various realms of wellness.

She returned to Portland in 2009 and graduated from East West School of Massage in 2011 with a focus on Thai Massage, Swedish Massage, and Deep Tissue Massage. Aside from AG Massage, she works alongside Physical Therapists in a busy rehabilitation clinic. The collaboration of health and body awareness with nurturing relaxation is what Jennifer aims for with each massage she gives.

Massage License

Oregon Board of Massage, License #18228


East West School of Massage, 2011

BS Psychology and Sociology Portland State University, 2004

Staff Massage Therapist

Therapeutic Associates, Inc SE Portland (2009-present)


Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals



10/27/13 from Z.A.

“I was stressed-out, so I scheduled a massage with Jennifer Mueller. We discussed what kind of massage I wanted (how firm, which muscles to focus on, etc), and the massage was perfect. My stress has evaporated. Thank you, Jennifer!”

12/10/13 from John H.

“After trying many massage studios during my worldwide travel, I always return to AG Massage and the caring hands of Jennifer. She provides the perfect blend of relaxing touch with deep massage to free up tired tissues. The setting is also first class in a convenient part of town for parking.”

3/16/114 from Peigi H.

“A slice of heaven each and every time. I leave a new woman. Jennifer is superb, the atmosphere is quiet and calming. A perfect antidote for whatever ails one.”

Reviewed 3 months ago (google) – From Klover Keepsakes

“I have received a few services here now and I cannot recommend another place to go after my experiences. I have seen Jennifer a few times now and she is what I have renamed her as "octo-woman". I sincerely do not know how her two limbs can be so effective in so many places all at the same time. She has been very mindful of my tensions and discomforts and has paid generous attention to helping those areas out without disregarding others. Overall her massage is an experience everyone should have. • • •

NW Portland Location

AG Massage is located in NW Portland in Historic Old Town Chinatown:

322 NW 5th Avenue, Suite 305
Portland, OR 97209
(5th Avenue between Flanders and Everett)


“What I love so much about physical bodywork is that you can’t disregard or detach it from the emotional, psychological, and spiritual work being done alongside.  We’re still just birthing the body-mind connection.  To so many, especially in our culture, this is an avoided or unknown concept with all the quick and “convenient” fixes in our multi-tasked and foggy scheduled lifestyles.   However, if we slow for a moment, return to the most natural and necessary thing we do, breathe, we begin to hear everything else the body is  telling us.  We have the power ultimately to manifest beautiful health and ease in ourselves or absolute sickness and dis-ease.  This knowledge is truly our greatest gift.  Massage, to me, is the second most natural thing the body desires and needs after breathwork; it allows us to oxygenate, circulate, move, and feel everything.”

that it allows us to experience our interconnectedness. So often we’re a bunch of monkeys running around with our cell phones and computers and then we get the opportunity to hop on a massage table—and we are reminded of our humanity again. This is terribly basic yet incredibly vital to keeping our minds clear and our 
resilience up."