Kat Durham Ulrich, LMT

It’s an honor to be a part of the team here at Sage Cancer Care. As one who has experienced cancer first hand, I understand many of the feelings you may have as you make your way along this journey.


I received my massage training at the Oriental Healing Arts Center in Anchorage, AK. The program trained in Swedish style massage and Shiatsu, Qigong, Vibrational healing, and included an introduction to Traditional Chinese Medicine.


Prior to massage, I studied Reflexology through the International Institute of Reflexology and have continued my education by studying Oncology Massage with Tracy Walton, Upledger's Cranial Sacral Therapy, John Barnes Myofascial Release, and Qigong at the Institute for Integral Qigong and Tai Chi.


One of the most comforting forms of support for cancer is the use of touch. Touch in the form of gentle noninvasive massage can relieve stress and anxiety, pain, nausea, fatigue, sleep disturbances, and depression. Massage from a trained Oncology Massage Therapist is safe during all stages of your treatment and beyond.


Oncology Massage can be beneficial for caregivers as well, offering support, and relief from anxiety and depression.


When I’m not massaging or teaching Qigong, I like to spend my time outdoors, hiking in the forest, at the beach, running by the river, and making new friends