About Total Body Chiropractic and Massage in Bend, OR

Bari Liebowitz, DC, CCSP

Bari Liebowitz, DC, CCSP, has been practicing since 2000. She is a licensed Doctor of Chiropractic and a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician.  She received her Master’s Degree in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport and is also certified as a personal trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine.

Dr. Bari’s diverse background and specialized training allows for wide-ranging, well-rounded, comprehensive treatment. She doesn’t just treat symptoms. She believes in treating the body as a whole and knows that finding the root cause of an issue is always far more beneficial than just treating the symptoms. Her expertise in chiropractic, therapeutic exercise, soft tissue techniques, nutritional counseling and functional medicine allow her to treat the body with a well-rounded, holistic approach to allow the body to achieve optimal wellness.

Dr. Bari practiced in California for ten years before relocating to Bend in April 2010.  During her last year in California, she worked an assistant clinical professor at Palmer College of Chiropractic West, where she had made the Dean’s List and received the Clinical Excellence Award as a student, while maintaining a private practice in Palo Alto, CA.

These days the Bend, Oregon chiropractor enjoys running with her dog, doing crossfit, cooking Paleo foods and spending time with her partner, Terry, and their son, Beckett. Her mission in life is to educate and help as many people as possible so that they can live healthy, productive and pain-free lives.

Dan Rhodes, DC

Dr. Dan graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic West in 1998. He spent his first year of practice working with Dr. Nick Athens, the team chiropractor for the San Francisco Giants and 49ers. While working with Dr. Athens, he had the opportunity to work with many professional athletes.  Dr. Dan then opened Half Moon Bay Chiropractic, where he spent the last 17 years.  He is certified in the Graston Technique™️, incorporating it into his treatments so that patients recover faster, enabling them to return to activity sooner.  Although the body has an amazing ability to heal itself, Dr. Dan believes that chiropractic care gives it a push in the right direction, speeding up the process. 
Outside the office, Dr. Dan can often be found exploring the beautiful central Oregon outdoors with his wife, Amy and daughters, Stella and Adelaine. He has been an avid runner for 30+ years and frequently competes in ultra/trail events as well as the occasional triathlon. He has applied his many years of running experience by coaching for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society for Team In Training.

Massage Therapists

Jay Wence, LMT #21302

Jay graduated at the top of his class from Cortiva Massage School in 2012. He enjoys helping clients resolve postural dysfunction and troublesome aches and pains. Deep-tissue massage, pregnancy massage, sports massage, hot stones, fire-cupping, gua-sha and acupressure are some of the tools in Jay’s massage toolbox.

Jay loves being a massage therapist and is also a shamanic healer. He feels honored to spend his days helping others feel better. Jay is passionate about community, the environment, and working towards living on a planet full of peace and abundance.  He practices Tibetan Buddhism daily.

Formerly a landscaper, cook, and coffee shop manager, twice a successful restaurateur (appearing on the Food Network’s show, Diners, Drive Ins & Dives), Jay is well-rounded and clients love talking to him about his life experiences.

Outside of his profession, Jay enjoys being outside riding his bike, hiking, snow-shoeing, camping, wandering in the woods, hanging out in the sun and spending time in his beloved home state of Oregon. After an unexpectedly long sojourn in Washington State, Jay and his wife and son moved back in June of 2015.

Becky Snead, LMT #17691

In 2010, Becky graduated with honors as a massage therapist and health educator from the National Holistic Institute in San Jose, CA. Blending modalities such as myofascial release and trigger point therapy, Becky helps clients eliminate acute and chronic pain. She tailors her bodywork to each individual client, incorporating stretches and exercises into her sessions. Massage therapy addresses the 650 muscles of the body and, in conjunction with chiropractic adjustments and proper nutrition, helps keep the body in proper alignment, balance and function.

Becky is a current member of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) and board certified (BCTMB) through The National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB).

Prior to becoming a licensed massage therapist, Becky worked as campaign manager for Team In Training, the largest fundraising and endurance training program of The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Through Team In Training, this former collegiate gymnast and collegiate coach became an endurance athlete and inspired bodyworker. Becky has completed numerous half marathons, marathons, 100-mile bike rides, half ironman triathlons and 2 Ironman triathlons.

Becky, her husband Ryan and their children Olivia and Owen enjoy living a healthy Central Oregon lifestyle. You can usually find the family at one of the many city parks, near a lake or river, on a bike, running or enjoying a meal at any one of their favorite local establishments.

Jordan English, LMT #22585

Jordan earned her license in massage therapy after completing her studies at Central Oregon Community College in 2016. Extremely fascinated with the structure of the human body, and the way muscles can both hold us back and propel us forward, Jordan is excited to help individuals as they work towards achieving optimal performance. She utilizes various deep tissue and sports massage techniques, including Force Line, trigger point therapy, myofascial release and stretching to alleviate pain and restore balance to soft tissue.

Originally from Southern California, Jordan moved to Oregon in 2009 after graduating from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo with a B.F.A. in Art and Design. She lived in Portland for three years where she worked as a freelance photographer and graphic designer, a letterpress printer and a personal trainer. Her love of adventure and the outdoors, as well as her fear of a vitamin D deficiency brought her to Bend in 2013, and she has absolutely fallen in love with the way of life.

A proponent of living an active and healthy lifestyle, Jordan and her boyfriend Andrew can be found running, fly fishing, snowboarding, hiking, and playing with their dog Remington. Jordan also enjoys doing CrossFit and loves to bake, especially homemade dog biscuits for her pup. Together, this family of three simply loves taking advantage of all of the opportunities and adventures that Central Oregon has to offer.

Office Manager

Jordan English

Originally from southern California, Jordan moved to Oregon in 2009 after graduating from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo with a B.F.A. in Art and Design. She lived in Portland for three years where she worked as a freelance photographer and graphic designer, a letterpress printer and a personal trainer. Her love of adventure and the outdoors, as well as her fear of a vitamin D deficiency brought her to Bend in 2013, and she has absolutely fallen in love with the way of life.

Chief Barketing Officer

Lulu

Lulu, a Golden Retriever therapy dog, assists Dr. Bari in greeting patients.  She excels at her job of making patients feel welcome and comfortable by bringing them a toy or ball when they enter the office. In her spare time, Lulu enjoys running, eating, chasing squirrels and chipmunks and snuggling with humans.