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Neuromuscular Massage Therapist
Neuromuscular Therapy differs from regular, relaxation massage because it not only deals with the muscles, ligaments, soft tissues, but also the nervous system. The outcome of the therapy is to help relieve pain and dysfunction by alleviating the underlying cause.
NMT also addresses postural distortions and bio-mechanical dysfunctions through a focus on client education. The principle of NMT is not only to reduce and eliminate pain, but to restore function and to educate clients about what they can do at home to help keep their progress moving forward. To involve clients in their own healing is a foundational element of NMT, and has proven to help keep clients active in their progress as well as more informed about their body in general. By increasing awareness and by client and therapist working together, education matched with a desire to make positive changes is on of the most effective kinds of treatment available.
Jeanne is passionate about assisting others in their healing experience. After spending several months struggling with vertigo symptoms, she discovered acupressure and chiropractic care enabled her body’s recovery process. This led her back to school in 2010, where she completed an 1150 hour program with The Colorado Institute of Massage Therapy in the studies of Neuromuscular and Trigger Point Therapy. Her continued studies with Myotherapy College of Utah in Lymphatic Drainage, 2014, Intermountain Massage Therapy for Myofascial Release and The Upledger Institute for CranioSacral Therapy and Somato Emotional Release are used in her daily practice(s). She gained hands on experience working with hospital staff members of the Pikes Peak Community at St. Francis Hospital and in serving Hospice Patients in Colorado and Utah. Her internship was spent working in a chiropractic office, and working with triathletes throughout Colorado Springs.Maintaining her private practice, she continues working with Auto Injury claims and handles the insurance billing and has prior experience with Workman’s Compensation programs in Colorado. Dialing in to the body and listening to the client’s inner physician, allows each session to be unique to the qualities they experience during and after their treatment(s).
Outside of work she enjoys the outdoors, photography, sunsets, hiking, camping, reading, organic cooking, yoga, meditation, music, group settings that expand the mind and nurture the body, traveling, soaking up the sun and spending quality time with her children and dog.