It’s all about you. This is the focused intention that Jennifer Nisonger brings to her practice as a licensed massage therapist and yoga therapy facilitator.
Jennifer welcomes individuals in her 9th & 9th studio in which clients receive not only services, but also her absolute full attention. Jennifer offers deep tissue and Swedish massage, structural integration and cranial-sacral and medical orthopedic therapies.
Three action words guide Jennifer’s vocation:
“Often people are disconnected from their bodies,” she notes, “and can awaken to realizing the connections between habits, and how the body, mind and spirit feel.” What Jennifer brings to her practice is an understanding of the wholeness and connection of our bodies and minds, and she has consciously cultivated skills that allow her to observe and respond to clients.
Reclaiming is a process of change that includes, Jennifer says, “moving the body, eating differently and learning new ways to speak to yourself. Life experiences create access points for further exploration of healthy choices,” she shares.
And as clients engage in change, Jennifer recognizes the opportunity for exploring “the wisdom in all aspects of ourselves, what we can learn from our light and shadow parts.”
And three distinct elements set Jennifer’s practice apart.
She is completely dedicated to being consciously present, nurtures her client relationships and individually tailors client-therapist time.
“I leave my own everything at the door,” she says, “and so, do my best work for them. I’ve worked in high-volume studios before, where the treatment structure feels abrupt. It’s important to me to build relationships with my clients, and it’s most important to me that my clients feel like they got what they asked for.”
In her practice, she uses her own handmade creams and oils, crafted using fair trade ingredients such as sesame and grapeseed oils, Mountain Rose herbs and essential oils, and herbs from her garden. Jennifer was trained at the Arizona School of Massage Therapy, and is currently seeking yoga therapy teacher training.
Jennifer is excited about her work. Serving clients, facilitating healing, she says, is a privilege. “Everyone needs to know that they are cared for.”
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