Jenny received her massage training from the Colorado School of Healing Arts, graduating in 2003. She was drawn to the profession after a serious car accident and her treatment included months of corrective massage therapy. Inspired by the results, she wanted to help others discover the many benefits of massage. Jenny has since expanded her skill set, and became certified in Lymphatic Drainage, Medical massage, and Salt Stone massage. She incorporates her educational training and experience to create a personalized massage according to her clients needs. One of her favorite tools are the Warm Himalayan Salt stones, which relax the muscles and help reduce both physical and emotional tension, and when requested assist with deep tissue work. Jenny is licensed in the state of Colorado and a member of ABMP, a professional organization for massage therapists.
Jennie completed her 850-hour massage training in 2007 at Mountain Heart School of Bodywork in Crested Butte, CO. Her training emphasized Transformational Neuromuscular Therapy (T-NMT), a combination of modalities including NMT, myofascial release, trigger point, mind body approach, and movement to address the whole person. She is licensed and insured in the state of Colorado. Jennie has experienced the transformative effect that deep relaxation and informed touch can have on a person's well-being, both in herself and in her clients. She is continuously curious in learning more about massage and bodywork. Jennie attends advanced trainings every year and she completed a yoga teacher training in India in 2014. In 2016 she volunteered with Buds to Blossoms to provide pediatric massage to orphans with HIV/ AIDS and disabilities in Nepal. In the summer Jennie works on a professional trail crew to build trails on Colorado's highest peaks. She's a passionate practitioner of trail running, nordic skiing, yoga, traveling, volunteering, and gardening.
Sage received her Massage Therapy certification is 2001 from Colorado School of Healing Arts, and continued her training focusing on Structural Alignment and Myofascial release. She has maintained a Massage Therapy practice in Grand Lake, located at the west entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park, for 20 years. She began studying Oriental Medicine to further expand her journey of natural health and supportive healing, and is inspired to share the benefits of holistic medicine with Grand County. Sage received her Masters of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine from Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine in August of 2013, and is nationally certified in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology. She is Colorado State licensed, is certified in Clean Needle Technique and is a member of the Colorado Acupuncture Association. Sage has 795 hours of clinical acupuncture practice and is trained to perform adjunct therapies such as Tui Na, cupping, moxibustion (heat therapy), acupressure, auriculotherapy, and diet and lifestyle recommendations. Sage has a life long passion for the outdoors, finding her home in Grand Lake where she can enjoy trail running, skiing, hiking, backpacking and seeking adventure in the awe-inspiring Rocky Mountains.
April, gifted in intuitive healing, graduated from Denver Integrative School of Massage in 2018, obtained her professional license and went into full time practice. April's schooling laid a solid foundation of western and Thai bodywork therapies and knowledge, also instilling an ever-bearing curiosity in the work. This and the blessing of working with gifted therapists who have nurtured her growth, have shaped her approach to one of presence, deep listening and creative adaptability. Employing an ever growing variety of techniques and tools, areas of tension are allowed to open and the body to return to homeostasis. Aprils unique style offers space for re-education of muscles and bones to each other, offering the body awareness of its own healing intelligence. Always seeking to create space and restore flow.
Amanda completed her massage training through the 725-hour Ashland Institute of Massage program in Ashland, OR in 2020. A native to Grand County, she returned to the high-country after graduation to serve as a massage therapist to her home community. Amanda uses her in-depth studies of Swedish, Deep Tissue, Myofascial release, Neuromuscular therapy, and cupping techniques to create a custom massage for each client. Her practice of integrative work weaves physical touch, energetic flow and unspoken communication throughout the complex systems of the human form. Each client is welcomed into a warm, safe space that supports the need to release and reattune to balance in their life. When she’s not massaging, Amanda can be found exploring the depths of the mountains or playing her guitar.