Welcome to White Dragon Therapies

Portland Massage Therapy


                        At White Dragon Therapies in Myrtle Creek, Oregon, you will find alternative options for enhancing your quality of life using nature’s most powerful solutions along with modern and ancient bodywork  methods.  Please explore, and let me know what you think! I hope you will agree with me that White Dragon Therapies (WDT) is an excellent place to come for your health and well-being concerns.  WDT offers Licensed Massage Therapy and Certified Integrated Aromatherapy to assist you with maintaining optimal health and mobility with ease.

In America, we have the highest levels of cancer, heart disease, and diabetes in the world. The fourth largest cause of death in the U.S.A. is Adverse Drug Reactions-meaning, reactions to prescribed medications as well as over the counter (OTC) pharmaceuticals. Because of the overuse of antibiotics, the epidemic of poor nutrition, the widespread inclusion of toxic chemicals in almost everything we put on or in our bodies, and the stress so many people experience on a daily basis our immune systems are weak and we are aging prematurely. WDT strives to help you make improvements to these aspects of your life.

Essential oils and massage therapy hold nature’s design for enhancing and enlivening every system in our bodies-physical, mental, and emotional. That’s why we need them now…possibly more than ever!  At WDT, you will find it a welcomed pleasure to return to ancient knowledge and time honored methods of utilizing techniques and remedies to be able to provide these integrated health and wellness aromatherapy and therapeutic massage. 

Contact info. to schedule your appointment:   click here

~Beau Miakinkoff, LMT, CIA





8 Responses to "Welcome to White Dragon Therapies"

  • She’s amazing. Always can count on having my aches soothed.

    1 Claire said this (August 1, 2010 at 3:10 pm)

  • I love it when I get massages from Beau…she always takes all the stress away and makes me feel renewed! I love your new site Beau!

    2 Angela K. said this (August 24, 2010 at 9:35 pm)

  • I woke up this morning barely able to move. I was thankfully scheduled for my first visit with Beau. This was my first massage and I am hooked! I feel new and she actually LISTENED and was so attentive to my aches and pains. She was informative, and I have the utmost confidence in any of her suggestions. She is fabulous and I am forever thankful for making me gain my mobility! Thank you Beau.

    3 Charlisa said this (January 19, 2012 at 8:03 pm)

  • I have a gift certificate and a folder for all the therapies that she gives. She has now moved to Southern Oregon, never returns phone calls, and is not honoring any gift certificates sold. We are going to the Better Business Bureau and the District Attorney on this one! Thanks for the false advertising and taking people’s money!

    4 Melody Tripp said this (January 20, 2014 at 12:54 pm)

  • Ms. Tripp,

    Thank you for your comment on my website. However, you have not truthfully represented what has transpired. As per our telephone conversation (AGAIN), the gift certificate that your mother purchased and gave to you was not bought from me.

    I am the sole owner of White Dragon Therapies. The document you are holding is not one of mine. The money your mother paid to the scam artist that went through your neighborhood selling you something for $25.00 or $30.00 for a service that I charge $75.00 was not paid to me.

    I can not refund your money as I was never in receipt of it. I fail to understand why you deem it necessary for me to suffer the loss of your mother’s poor judgement.

    I have returned your phone calls. I have even left messages for you.

    I trust that when you do report the incident to the BBB, that you disclose all the facts.

    I too have a folder and records of EVERY gift certificate that I have ever sold. Your name and your mother’s name is not listed in them. I welcome the BBB to come investigate my business practices. I am highly ethical and honorable to a fault. Asking me to participate in your loss by providing a service for FREE to you is not ethical or honorable on your part.

    5 Beau said this (January 21, 2014 at 1:06 am)

  • Funny that my mother has a text confirmation of sale and that none of the phone calls were returned to my cell phone or direct line at work.

    The one time the phone was answered from the six calls I made, you were driving and you’re response was never that the gift certificate was fraudulent but that you would be happy to make me an appointment on Monday. Seems like this final response might be that you are out of answers for services not followed through on.

    The flyers have all your license numbers and logo and business information. Too bad there is not an attachment option for how very legit they look.

    In my widowed mother’s defence, it certainly was a nice gift idea for her daughter, a single mother of four, who busts her ass for her family and never takes extra from the budget for self care, don’t you think?

    6 Melody Tripp said this (January 21, 2014 at 3:32 am)

  • Melody,

    I am very much interested in learning from whom the text confirmation of sale came from as I do not do texting. My phone does not allow it. I would also be very happy to research through my email archives for any written exchanges with your mom for such a transaction, should you give me her name and contact information, as this also is not my usual method of transacting a gift certificate.

    Bottom line here is: Your mom did not purchase this service from me. I never received any monies for this alleged gift certificate. It is not my fault that she got scammed. I too have been scammed. Is it my fault that someone can copy my information and make up fake certificates and go around house to house selling them to unsuspecting innocent people? NO. Imagine my shock and horror to discover that these “certificates” are out there and people want a service rendered that I was not paid for?

    Again…I am so sorry that your mom was taken advantage of. I sincerely hope you are successful in catching the scum-bag that is doing this. I have no other information for you on the matter. The sheriff can do nothing. I can do nothing.

    7 Beau said this (January 21, 2014 at 6:35 pm)

  • My friend tried to buy me a massage as Christmas present but because Beau knew she was moving my friend was unable to do so. I know Beau, Beau would never take advantage of someone. Beau is a very honest person, she goes above and beyond to be fair to her clients.

    Anyone who got a hold of Beau’s business card would have her license number. I have a card sitting in front of me and it clearly shows her Oregon and Washington massage license numbers on it. Her treatment “brochure” is easily printable from her web page which is public and accessible by anyone.

    Beau let me know if you need assistance.

    8 Victoria said this (January 31, 2014 at 3:15 pm)

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