Now located at the Sachi Wellness Center in West Linn, our unique space provides a range of therapeutic equipment for you to create your own relaxation and healing experience. We offer one hour private sessions for you to enjoy the space by yourself or with your guest. In addition, we offer 45 minute sessions in our Infrared Sauna or you may buy a package of sauna sessions to enjoy the benefits on a regular basis. We are proud to be the first wellness spa in the Portland area to offer PEMF sessions delivered through Magnetic Resonance Stimulation, which will be assisted by our trained staff.
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Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read or accessed through this web site. The employees, officers and owners of Healthy Spaces LLC are not healthcare professionals and expressly disclaim any responsibility for any adverse effects occurring as a result of use of the therapeutic equipment offered here or any information herein. You are solely responsible for the ramifications, direct or indirect, of your actions related to the information presented within this site and contents.
We encourage you to do independent research of these technologies. Please understand that the information at this website including the science pages, doctor’s letters and the testimonials from our customers are not meant to imply that you will receive similar or identical results. The devices we offer are not FDA approved medical devices. This statement has not been evaluated by FDA and the product is not intended to “diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease”.
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My passion for sharing these products with my customers comes as a result of nearly three decades of struggle with chronic pain. After injuring my back in a boating accident in 1980, I not only lost the ability to play tennis and ski, but even normal, everyday tasks like driving and cooking made me miserable. My search for relief was unrelenting and I made a career out of finding ways to relieve the constant pain in my back.
I would spend my lunch hours in the medical library at the Veterans Administration headquarters where I worked in Washington, D.C., and visited some of the top doctors in their fields at the George Washington University Medical Center. While working on my master’s degree at that university, I studied the behavioral and cultural aspects of pain while learning techniques that were considered very “alternative” in the 1980s. I traveled to five continents and learned about ways that people created wellness lifestyles without solely relying on drugs and doctors.
The products and services that we offer at Healthy Spaces have their roots in this journey, which ultimately brought me to a place of living pain-free. I have great empathy for my customers who travel this road and it is a pleasure and a privilege to share what I have learned in an effort to help them.
“The “I” in “Illness” stands for “Isolation”. The critical letters in “Wellness” are “WE”. Building a sense of community at Healthy Spaces brings me great joy and my customers teach me so much each and every day.
~ Diane Bays
Diane Bays has a BS in Elementary Education. Her Masters in Public Administration is from George Washington University. She worked in Information Technology as the VA moved to automate 172 hospitals across the nation. In 1997 Diane began a home-based business as a Wellness Home Consultant for Nikken, Inc, a Japanese Wellness company. She has combined her background in education and business to help her customers understand how to create a healthy home environment utilizing cutting-edge technologies.
Mike Bays has a BS in Psychology and an MS in Health Care Administration from Trinity University. He has been a VA Chief Operating Officer for the VA in West Los Angeles, Reno, Roseburg and Waco. Mike is a highly decorated combat Veteran from the Vietnam War who has had years of challenges following serious combat injuries. Many of the products and services offered at Healthy Spaces have been of benefit to him over the past 15 years and he enjoys sharing them with friends and customers.