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Meet The Staff

  • Melissa Lindekugel
    Business Manager

    Melissa found her path as a massage therapist over 15 years ago. She worked many years in a chiropractic office where she was fortunate to work with doctors that believed in treating the body as a whole. She has experienced working with a wide range of clientele and a variety of health issues. Currently, Melissa is taking a break from school to manage Concordia Chiropractic Center along with her husband, Jason Lindekugel, DC, and to spend as much time as possible with their children Elliot, 10 and Francis, 7.

  • Alison Alstrom
    Yoga Therapist

    Alison has worked with clients applying the principles of yoga alignment in a therapeutic setting for 10 years. The work Alison does addresses basic structural alignment via simple yoga based movement techniques. She works with individuals on postural repatterning in support of their ability to move freely and confidently in their bodies and in their lives. She works with people of all levels of fitness. Clients are often surprised by how capable they are of taking a collaborative role in the way they feel day to day, just by doing a few minutes of focused movement on a regular basis.

    Alison is honored to work with the talented team at Concordia Chiropractic Center. 

  • Jennifer Bivens

    Jennifer graduated from East West College of Healing Arts in 1999, specializing in deep tissue and sports massage. In her 17 years as a massage therapist, her massage practice has grown to include massage in wellness, sports rehabilitation, and prenatal/postpartum specialties. Jennifer believes in a holistic model of bodywork, effectively helping to reduce pain, increase movement, and promote overall healing.  She incorporates her passion for running, soccer, and cross-training to help guide and encourage her clients to live more active and healthful lifestyles through exercise, stretching, and nutrition.

  • Willoughby Cooke

    Willoughby graduated from East West College of the Healing Arts in 2014. Informed from a structural integration perspective, he specializes in therapeutic bodywork, emphasizing myofascial and neuromuscular techniques. Willoughby's goal is to treat clients as whole individuals, rather than collections of symptoms or dysfunctions, and to bring attention to what is working for his clients as well as what isn't. His ultimate goal is to empower clients to achieve wellness on their own, via increased self-awareness and movement education. His approach is rooted in his belief in the transformative power of movement. Willoughby has experience working with chronic pain, repetitive stress injuries, and prenatal massage, and brings to his practice his love of Qigong, rock climbing, and dance.

  • Lindsay Armstrong

    Lindsay has been practicing massage therapy since 2007. She graduated from Idaho State University where she received her Associate of Applied Science degree in Massage Therapy with over 1000 hours of hand-on training. The majority of her career has been spent working alongside physical therapists and chiropractors, where focus has been primarily on injury recovery. She has worked with athletes, the elderly, the critically disabled, children, and everyone in-between. By seeing such a diverse clientele over the years, Lindsay has learned that variety and combinations of techniques, as well as honest communication, work best. 'My ultimate goal has always been to treat the whole person, not just where an injury resides. I truly believe everything is connected. We function as a single. evolving piece.' 

    Lindsay uses a fusion of deep tissue, Swedish, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, cupping, aromatherapy, and relaxation to create a balanced, therapeutic experience- Deep tissue you can fall asleep to!

  • Carly Bento

    Our newest team member... bio coming soon!! 

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  • "I can now drive a car, take my child to numerous activities, successfully make it through a pregnancy with little or no discomfort - lead a normal life. I would highly recommend to anyone who lives with physical pain or disfunction to turn to Dr. Jason Lindekugel and the Postural Alignment Exercises. The decision will change your life."
    Jephta Bernstein Portland, OR
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