spring hours

Mon - 11 - 6pm

Tues - 2 - 8pm

Wed - 10 - 12pm

Thurs - 10 - 2:30pm

Fri - 10 - 12pm

*if you do not find these hours work for you, please contact me directly 802.730.0630*


Fri - 12 - 6pm

Sat - 12- 4pm

Sun - 10 - 4pm

Weeks of 7/23 - 7/31 12 - 6pm

New Client?  Please fill out the Medical Health History Form prior to your first appointment.



In-home and Corporate Massage

Looking to bring wellness to your workplace or home?  

For those who cannot make it out of the home due to physical limitations, or if you are a workforce looking to bring wellness to your place of business, I can travel to you. 

Corporate Massage is a great way to show your employees you care about their mental and physical health and wellbeing.  Chair or Table massage can be offered onsite.   

Rate is $75/hr - this includes travel  inside Lamoille County.  Outside of Lamoille County, a standard rate for mileage will be applied.  

Mileage is waived for non-profits based in VT.

Call for information 802.730.0630





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. 



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.




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
  • exhaustion
  • muscle soreness (that can last up to a week)
  • thirst
  • 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.**

“In the end, only three things matter: how much you loved, how gently you lived, and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you.”
— Buddha