We’re here to make your life more comfortable and more beautiful.
- Single level cottage-style apartment homes
- Private decks, patios, yards, and gardens
- Variety of floor plans
- Custom remodeling
- Financial security, thanks to Rose Villa Foundation support
- Health security, across all levels of care
- Laundry services
- Garages and carports
- No elevators or long passageways
- 24-hour licensed nursing on site
- 2-acre community garden
- Farmer’s market through the season
- 277 varieties of roses
- Salon for men and women
- Technology center, library, wood shop, art studio and resale shop
- Continuing education classes
- Easy access to public transit
- Complimentary surrey service on campus
- Guest rooms for family and friends
- Storage space
Your dog or cat is welcome at Rose Villa and our ground level apartments are well-suited for them.
Your Active Life
At Rose Villa, we believe a healthy life begins long before a doctor’s appointment or visit to our friendly Health Center. It’s about nurturing and enlivening the entire person, not just physically, but spiritually, mentally and emotionally. The result is a vibrant campus where there’s always something to engage you, and that keeps everyone healthier and happier.
- Hobby and Woodshop
- Creative Art studio
- Sewing and Crafting
- Resident Technology Center
- Card/Game Room and Billiards
- Community Gardens
- Exercise Facilities
- Tai Chi (Taoist Tai Chi Society - Oregon Branch)
- Line Dancing
- Walking trails
- Rose Villa Vikings Dragon Boat Team
A Word about Massage…
The art of massage affects both the unconscious and conscious systems of the body. Balancing life tasks and managing everyday stress can be exhausting — we encourage residents and staff to take time out for a therapeutic massage or a Reiki treatment to decompress and re-energize.
Our Massage studio is run by Patrice Morency, MS, LMT. Together with Christine Drake, LMT, our Massage Therapy team is able to provide you with customized care tailored to your specific needs.
Patrice Morency, MS, LMT, has been practicing massage since 1981. Together with her Masters degree in sports medicine and her 30 years experience working with the body, she has a wealth of knowledge and the effects of stress, injury, aches and pains and aging. All sessions are designed to provide the greatest sense of physical relief of aches and pains, as well as, gentle support for you to completely relax and rejuvenate. Patrice utilizes her skills and understanding of the body to tailor treatments that support your wellness journey. Her training includes Swedish massage, deep tissue, Compassionate Touch, Reiki, hot stone massage and sound healing techniques.
Christine Drake, LMT, Compassionate Touch Practitioner, has been practicing massage since 1993. The techniques she uses, which include Compassionate Touch, Craniosacral Therapy, and light-touch Swedish massage, assist clients to find a state of deep relaxation and a calm, peaceful mind. Each session incorporates Christine’s extensive experience and intuitive presence to meet the client’s individual needs and requests. She has focused the majority of her career using sensitive massage and skilled touch to enhance the quality of life for elderly or ill clients in care settings. The greatest gifts Christine brings are joyous presence and complete attention to each client. Her training includes Compassionate Touch, Craniosacral Therapy, Swedish massage, Reiki, and traditional Native American and Hawaiian healing practices.
Feel free to contact Patrice to gather more information about Therapeutic Massage or to request an appointment: 503-348-6319 or, on campus, at extension 3012.
For more information call 877-231-6356 or click here to request more information.
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