Trigger Point Therapy
*$100/60 min, $150/90 min, $200/120 min*
A trigger point is an area of a muscle (or “knot”) that when compressed produces pain or other neurological sensations either within the area touched or in another area of the body. A trigger point can be caused from injury, poor posture, repetitive motion, or emotional stress. Trigger point therapy is used to relieve muscular pain and dysfunction through applied pressure to trigger points of referred pain and through stretching exercises. When releasing the muscle of its tension, the client’s comfort level is always addressed; feedback between the therapist and client is essential. The intention is to interrupt the pain cycle in a particular area of the body.
"Best massage therapist I ever had. Relaxing, gets the kinks out and am not left in pain. Me and the East Coast are going to miss her. " - Tracy
is an outstanding Massage Therapist and I was with her for a number of years. Now
that she is in Seattle I only see her sometimes when Jen makes it back to VA for a
Massage. " -Paul
is an excellent massage therapist who also provides stretching advice that greatly
improves problem areas. I have yet to find a therapist on the east coast nearly
as good since she moved west. "
"We met Jen through a referral from a fitness coach in our area. She helped my husband immensely and immeasurably during his illnesses, and found time to administer to me, the caregiver, too. She went the extra mile for us, always coming when we needed her, even making plans to be here on short notice when she was out of town. She is an excellent massage therapist, soothing my husband's aching body, and educating herself in his special needs. Her work ethic is excellent and she went out of her way to accommodate us in many ways. I can't recommend her highly enough. Through it all, we became friends and keep in touch to this day. I am thankful and lucky that we have had her in our lives." - Karen
"Jen is a fantastic massage therapist. I only wish she was closer because every therapist I've seen since Jen, fails in comparison. " - Molly