Jennifer Moody •
Monday - 10 - 2pm
Tuesday - 3 - 8pm
Thursday - 10 - 2pm
Sunday - 10 - 2pm
January - April 2018 Hours
Mon - 11-5pm
Tues - 2-8pm
Thurs - 10-2pm
Sun - 10-2pm
To book an appointment call 802.730.0630 or schedule here
New Client? Please fill out the Medical Health History Form prior to your first appointment.
60 I 90 I 120 MINUTES $65 I $90 I $125
Each client is unique and requires a different approach or treatment. Integrative massage means you are being worked on intuitively – some treatments incorporate many different modalities such as Reiki, Deep Tissue, Thai Yoga, Shiatsu, Myofascial Release, and Swedish.
Aromatherapy, heat, arnica and healing stones are often used during treatments to assist in healing.
60 I 90 MINUTES $220 I $300 (4mnth expiration)
All 4 treatments are booked at time of purchase
The 4-package is designed to be affordable for clients to come in weekly, bi-monthly or monthly to work through ongoing chronic or acute pain(s).
Pain comes in all different shapes and sizes, and is often associated with trauma or repetitive motion to the body. Regular soft tissue massage and joint mobilization can dramatically reduce the pain experienced.
Depending on how severe the pain is, often one treatment does not totally eliminate the problem. Recovery depends on many factors such as, how long the client has been living with the symptoms and how quickly their body responds to the body work.
BENEFITS OF MASSAGE
Massage strengthens your cardiovascular system. It wakes up the body through moving and pushing stagnant fluid. This movement helps to break up and rid the body of toxins. Toxins love to create a home in your muscles, blood, bones and organs. Without movement, proper sleep, diet, and regular massage, these toxins can create disease.
Massage turns on your Parasympathetic Nervous System (PNS). A powerful system that allows your organs to create homeostasis or balance. It is your internal slow-down switch. The body is in constant motion even while asleep, and with added stress from daily life, it has to work that much harder to remain balanced. Turning on the Parasympathetic nervous system allows your body to relax and encourages healing to happen organically.
WHAT TO EXPECT
YOUR FIRST TREATMENT?
Every person experiences bodywork differently, and even if you get regular treatment, depending on what is moved within the muscles memory, your response may be dramatically different from each treatment. Here are some common sensations after a session:
- deep relaxation
- muscle soreness
- calmness (both body and mind)
- light and lifted
Many people who leave the treatment room are moving on with a deeper sensation of who and what they are. They start tuning deeper into their personal health wellbeing. The bodywork that is performed is incredibly personal. Some clients often cry or laugh during treatment as a form of release. Jennifer uses a very calm approach to her bodywork. The space held for each client is sacred and respected, allowing clients to feel safe to unwind, let go and surrender.
**It is NOT recommended, after receiving treatment, to perform any physical work or labor. Please honor your body and take quiet time after receiving bodywork to allow the body and mind to completely embrace the treatment.
certified massage therapist & children's yoga instructor
Jennifer is a spiritual guide, leader, and artistic healer. Taking and transforming wellness to a higher level. She is here to bring you the best services possible to reach your purest potential.
She received her 500-hour Massage Therapy Certification from the Wellness Massage Center & Institute in St. Albans, VT and has her MBlex Certification. Her knowledge base is in Deep Tissue, Infant & Child, Prenatal, Reflexology, Reiki, Shiatsu, Swedish, Sports, and Thai Massage. She also has additional training in Myofascial Release.
Her style of bodywork is extremely integrative, making each treatment unique to the individual.
More important than her education, is her intention. Jennifer’s approach to her work is designed and tailored to the individual and their current needs.
Jennifer knew bodywork was going to be part of her life in 1995 when she was playing soccer for Champlain College and was adopted by the team to be the “unofficial” massage therapist.
Jennifer’s exposure to massage continued to broadened over the years. Working for the CCMT (CT Center for Massage Therapy) as Assistant Dean, mentoring under Oriental Practitioner, Blake Gould of the former, North Star Health Care, attending the Wellness Massage Center & Institute, and working for the Spa at Stowe Mountain Lodge.
Jennifer is a former competitive athlete and has experienced many injuries. She has a profound appreciation for the healing arts and their benefits.
"I am lost for words, the personal growth and healing I have experienced through receiving healing work, has transformed how I live in this world. I am deeply indebted to those who have shared their healing knowledge and hands with me. And it is through my healing experience, that I have gained the experience necessary to help others."
She is inspired by those who strive to build a better world, is encouraged by those who create change, and is honored by those that lead & teach.