Massage Therapist LMBT #2670
Jennifer graduated from the Therapeutic Massage Diploma program at Sandhills Community College in 2001.
In years past, Jennifer worked alongside a physician specializing in Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. She worked closely with many patients to help identify and alleviate areas of muscle pain and dysfunction. This sparked an intense interest in pain relief methods including Neuromuscular Therapy and Myofascial Release.
Jennifer is a yoga anatomy teacher and yoga teacher and enjoys the perspective that yoga training brings to her massage and bodywork practice. She has training and experience with many different massage modalities including deep tissue, neuromuscular, Swedish, pregnancy, myofascial release, and reflexology.
Jennifer’s philosophy for massage: “Your body’s ability to heal is greater than anyone has permitted you to believe.”
Movement is life
EDUCATION AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
- Certificate in Massage Therapy from Sandhills Community College (NC) in 2001 – 500+ hrs
- Myofascial Release with Bodywork Therapy Seminars – 6 CE
- Cupping Principles and Applications with Bodywork Therapy Seminars – 4 CE
- Yin yoga for bodyworkers- 6 hrs- Sally Raspberry
- Reflexology -10 hours -healing arts school
- Reflexology and essential oils – 4 hours, wolfgang Luckman
- Myofasical release- 18 hours -Mary Alice Farina (2004)
- Myofascial release- wolfgang luckman – 18 hrs (2007)
- Neuromuscular Therapy- Whole You School of Massage- 18 hours
- Deep Tissue (Distance learning – 12 hours)
- Cranial Sacral Therapy (Distance learning – 18 hours)
- Lymphatic Drainage (Distance learning – 18 hours)
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~ Your Name Here
- LMBT since 2001
- Certified yoga teacher
- Certified yoga anatomy instructor
My favorite quote:
May I remember that my life is what it is not what I ask for.
May I practice with what I’m given,
rather than wish for something else.
May I assume nothing.
May I turn my gaze up to the sky above my head rather than down to the mess at my feet.
When the going gets tough, may I choose love over fear.