Therapy in theForest, LLC

Practicing John F. Barnes Myofascial Release (JFB MFR) in Portland, Oregon

What to Expect​

What to wear
We want you to be comfortable during your treatment.  MFR is best done with as little clothing as possible.  Athletic shorts works well and for females a sports bra, regular bra, cami, or tank top.   A 2-piece bathing suit also works well.   

Rates and Payment
Therapy in the Forest, LLC accepts cash, checks and credit cards.
Your first visit is an hour and a half which includes your initial evaluation and an hour MFR session.
The first visit is         $270
1 hour treatment    $140
1.5 hours                      $190
Second or more treatments in the same week $20 off.
These prices are when paid at time of treatment. If invoiced, $10 per CPT unit is added.

Some people need more frequent treatment at first when first starting MFR with extensive restriction in the body or after injuries, surgeries or other events.  We can set up a "mini-intensive" schedule.  

Therapy in the Forest, LLC does not have any contracts with insurance companies.  Therapy in the Forest, LLC does provide PT receipts (Jeannette Zyderveld, PT) at your request with all the information needed for you to submit to your insurance company if you have out-of-network  PT benefits.  We cannot make any determination about whether you will be successful in getting reimbursed. Sometimes you need a physician referral for this, but not for most insurance companies.  If your insurance company requires documentation, Therapy in the Forest, LLC will give it to you to provide them with it.


At this time (starting September 2019), the schedule is wide open since I am starting all over in Portland!  I can even do full intensives ( one or two weeks of 3 sessions/day, 5 days/week). 

Quiet During Treatment

Please see the video at this link:

Treatment is about you, the whole body and person, geared toward your goals and determined each time by what you need that day for the next step in your healing journey.

Also focused on Pelvic Physical Therapy, primarily using JFB MFR