License # MA60876341

justin spradlin
Licensed Massage Therapist

I love to see the smile that comes from a patient when you feel relief. I also appreciate someone’s excitement when you walk in knowing massage therapy will help you feel better.

My name is Justin, I was born in Seattle, raised in Sedro-Woolley and landed in Bellingham in 2008 to go to Western. I then studied massage therapy at Whatcom Community College, under Rhys Webb, also on staff at Prime. 


I originally saw massage as a stepping stone to Chiropractic. Halfway through massage school I realized that my journey with massage would take me further than the program at Whatcom.

I also have previous work and life experience in a variety of fields, including Computer Networking, Structured Cabling, Automotive, Bar, Restaurant, Grocery, Sales, and Retail.


Throughout all of the different fields I've worked, the common thread is that of troubleshooting. I get to the root of your problem by creating an open dialogue with you. We’ll work together to find the direction for your treatment. 

My goals & why I love what I do:

I love to see the smile that comes from a patient when you feel relief. I also appreciate  someone’s excitement when you walk in knowing massage therapy will help you feel better. 

Why Prime?

I love the approach of utilizing a team with diverse backgrounds unified by a common goal. Everyone is knowledgeable and passionate about their work. Prime is a nexus for exploring ideas and facilitating healing. For someone like me who believes there's always more to learn, Prime is exactly what I didn't know I was looking for. 

Fun Facts:

Before I was old enough to be legally employed I worked on a Cattle Ranch for 8 years and started mowing lawns when I was 10.

I love to read and listen to music, I have a fairly large personal library of books and records. I also regularly attend concerts, and recently purchased a piano to learn to play as well. As far as physical activities I enjoy hiking, biking and in the last year have taken up swimming (which I taught myself from a book).