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Offerings:

Myofascial Release 
Craniosacral
Trigger Point
 
Scar Release 

Cupping / Guasha
Acutonics
Breast Massage

 

Jenny Crain LMT
(OBMP# 26817)

 

**Note: Jenny is no longer accepting online bookings. Please contact her to inquire

Jenny is a Soft Tissue Tamer and Energy Worker.   She is best known for very slow, deep, detailed, and targeted fascial work combined with craniosacral therapy to address unresolved chronic, acute, and mysterious pain patterns in her clients.   She is also known for her work with calming and resetting the nervous system for folks experiencing the effects of trauma and other emotional sensitivities.  Her modalities include myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, scar release, deep tissue massage, cupping, gua sha, and myriad energetic techniques used to bring harmony and balance to her clients.

 

Through a trauma-informed lens, each massage will be tailored to each individual, depending on their specific needs and preferences.  

Please note that Jenny does not offer full-body relaxation massage.  While the work is relaxing, she is best utilized to unwind chronic pain, release scar tissue, and reset overactive or dysregulated nervous systems. 

 

As a forever student, she has been picking up countless tools for her healing practice over the years, including but not limited to: Training in Myofascial Release, Craniosacral Therapy, Chinese Medicine, Acupressure and Teishin techniques, Reiki master training (1997 and 2017), sound therapy with acu-tuning forks and a years-long mentorship with Shayne Case.  

 

In between times, she has traveled to over 25 countries, taken care of remote properties and land, and has been on countless wilderness adventures.   She has a BA in studio painting and graduated with over 800 hours of training in massage therapy at East West College of Healing Arts. 

 

In her free time, Jenny will most likely be found spending time with her loved ones, making art and music, or adventuring through the wild forests of the PNW with her dogs, in search of tiny lakes and mighty waterfalls. 

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