About The Massage Clinic

Our Massage Therapists

Kim Newman

Founder & Human Resources

Massage Therapist Since 1998
License Number: MA00011993

My name is Kim Newman, I started The Massage Clinic, Inc. in January 1999 with Dale Newman. I decided to go to massage school my sophomore year of high school after completing a training course to become a nurses aid. I found massage was a great way to help people have a better quality of life. In September of 1997 I enrolled with Seattle Massage School in a 1080 hour course. In 2002 I completed my advanced training in medical massage. Watching people come from a place of pain and dysfunction to being pain free is the greatest part of what we do.

I have always lived in Washington and feel it is the perfect place with the mild weather, mountains and ocean all within a few hours drive. On nice days, I like to go camping, boating, and fishing with my husband and son.

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Sierra Edinger

Massage Therapist

Massage Therapist Since 1999
License Number: MA00012932

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Devoney Walmer

Massage Therapist

Massage Therapist Since 2020
License Number: MA61112366

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Bonnie Parrill

Massage Therapist

Massage Therapist Since 2011
License Number: MA60237206

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Zoe Crowell

Massage Therapist

Massage Therapist Since 2023
License Number: MA61300388

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Our Office

Front Massage Room

Middle Massage Room

Back Massage Room

How We Began

Opening The Massage Clinic

Kim Weeks-Newman and Dale Newman started The Massage Clinic, Inc. in January 1999. Shortly after opening we began focusing on injury treatment and recovery from accidents. In 2001 we added a second location at 3003 W Casino Rd Everett, WA 98203 working exclusively with workplace injuries. Our third location at 8th and Park Renton, WA 98057 was opened in 2003 also working exclusively on labor and industries claims.

Onsite Division

A Major Expansion

In 2004 we started working on an onsite massage program to reduce workers pain before they opened a workers compensation claim. We found that when we were able to treat employees early after the onset of an injury they often did not need to open an L&I claim. According to OSHA massage therapy is considered first aid and is not recordable as a workplace injury.

Our Big Move

A Permanent Home

September 7th 2010 The Massage Clinic moved to 4322 Rucker Ave Everett, WA 98203.