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P. Leilani Davenberry,
Licensed Massage Therapist

(Maiden name Berry)

Certified Pregnancy and
Post Partum Massage Therapist

Certified Cupping Therapist


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Leilani has been in private practice since April 1994. She specializes in deep tissue massage, pregnancy & postpartum massage, Hawaiian bodywork, hot stone massage, and reflexology.

In addition to her private practice which began in 1994, she has worked for chiropractors in medical settings, served as a teaching assistant at Brenneke Massage School, and volunteered her services for hospice patients and AIDS patients.

Her training and education specific to intuitive bodymindspirit work includes Fluency and Multidimensional Healing, Medical Intuition and Divination, Body Centered Talk Therapy, C. Fordís Beyond Words working with abuse survivors and post trauma, Lomi Lomi [Hawaiian healing Shamanic bodywork], Energy work, and Medical Divination.

She stays on top of new developments in her field and continues to enhance her technique repertoire with continued education.

Cupping Therapist Certification completed 1-2016 more info here


1994 Graduate of
Brenneke School of Massage
425 Pontius Avenue North Seattle, WA

Member in Good Standing with Associated Bodyworker &
Massage Professionals
since 1994

insured through

Washington Massage License # MA7037

Certified Cupping Therapist through the ICTA

Certified Pre- and Peri-natal Massage Therapist through Body Therapy Associates

 Additional training and seminars that Leilani has taken to enrich her technical abilities

  • Certification in Cupping Therapy by ICTA
  • Beginning Systemic Deep Tissue Treatment
  • Advanced Systemic Deep Tissue Treatment
  • Pregnancy Massage
  • Pre- and Peri-natal Massage
  • Foot Reflexology
  • Hot Stone Massage for Professionals
  • Body Centered Talk Therapy
  • Medical Intuition and Medical Divination
  • Fluency and Multidimensional Healing
  • Beyond Words by C. Ford, DC
  • Structural Decompression
  • Lomi Lomi (Hawaiian) Bodywork
  • Lomi Lomi Hawaiian Stretching
  • Lomi Lomi Deep Tissue
  • Seven Hawaiian Strokes
  • Shiatsu and Energy-Work
  • Aston Patterning
  • Connective Tissue Massage
  • Manual Lymph Drainage
  • AIDS, Medicine & Miracles
  • Flo Bodywork Technique
  • Paul St. John Neuromuscular Therapy
  • Somatic Therapy for the Psoas
  • Herbology
  • ZY Qi Gong
  • Feldenkrais Method
  • Aveda Facial Aromatherapy
  • HomeAlive Self Defense
  • Regence Blue Shield Provider Classes
  • Repetitive Injuries in Paddlesports
  • Womens Issues in Kayaking
  • Efficient Forward Stroke
  • Kayaking Stroke Basics
  • NW Hoop Gathering 2011


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Leilani's Art and Designs:

Leilani loves to create! She knits, paints, draws, sews, makes jewelry, wire wraps, does paper art with rubber stamps, and face & body painting.

Leilani's facebook page

This is a pen drawing Leilani did freehand above and a stool Leilani painted freehand below. After blending many colors, she painted indigenous North American orchids on the seat of the stool.


 Leilani's favorite knitting shops are Maker's Merchantile, and Seattle Yarn! Here's a hat Leilani reversible hat knit.

A crocheted amigurumi bunny, this is Japanese style of crocheting.


Leilani started hooping in late in 2009 after being inspired by a hooper from Southern California visiting Seattle. Leilani took a few private lessons and was on her way! She's attended some local hooping events and even a hoop weekend gathering in Bend OR!
Leilani is pictured above hoop dancing and performing at Kent Cornucopia Days July 2013. Hooping is one of her favorite forms of exercise. Hooping is a great form of cardio, core strengthening, and strength training!  To see videos of Leilani hooping check our her youtube channel here and to learn more about hooping click here . The style of hooping Leilani does is based on this hooping history and origin.

Leilani does not to Native American Hoop Dancing but to learn more about it click here and here

Her favorite hoop instructors are I haven't taken for her but these are also available.

Join the Seattle hoop community! And other fun place hoop:

Her favorite hoop shops are and

Her favorite hoop blogs are and


Did you know that the term "Belly Dancing" and "Oriental Dance" may not be the best terms to describe dancing inspired by and from the Arab world, Middle East, North Africa, Western and Central Asia, and the Mediterranean? For some, both terms are considered to perpetuate some stereotypes about the dance form. For example: it is not always done with the mid riff exposed, it is not only performed by women, and it is not the art of seduction.  Leilani's pictured below prior to performing at the Puyallup Fair 2019.





Leilani is a huge animal lover and shares her home with her animal companions! She is passionate about animal rights and the quality of their lives.

Our canine family member, Willow, is a street rescue from Mexico, a mixed coated xoloitzcuintli puppy born approximately 3-14-2015. We adopted her August 21, 2015. Here she is pictured in her Halloween costume as a Jedi Knight!

In September 2019, we adopted two kittens Sisko born in April 2019 and Burnham born in July 2019. They're from different litters from different rescues. They're super loving and loads of fun!






Our Winged Friends:

Leilani was given a rescued green rumped parrotlet found outside January 29th, 2007. He found his forever home then and has been a pure delight to live with. Digit is our office and home singer; he loves arias. While interested in meeting people, he likes it best if they don't get too close to his cage.

Summer of 2018 we also adopted a rescue budgie, Xander.


Leilani has been an orchid admirer for some time and pictured below is her windowsill packed with just orchids.

 This photo is of one of Leilani's orchids blooming a second or third time. This lovely phalenopsis is a relatively easy orchid to care for. Leilani is delighted to learn more about her orchids needs and help them flourish.



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