After several pandemic driven years delivering community-based nursing care, Jen has returned to Massage Therapy practice with a new appreciation for the impact of chronic health challenges on healing ad well-being. She is particularly interested in the intersection of physical and mental health, patient advocacy, and the impact of social determinants of health on long term outcomes. Combining Swedish massage, deep tissue and myofascial techniques in a relaxed, professional clinic setting, Jen returns with the focused, understanding collaborative approach you expect on the path to meeting your goals.
Jen completed 2200 hours of massage therapy training in 2011 at MH Vicars School in Edmonton and is a member in good standing with the Massaage Therapists' Association of Nova Scotia. In addition to her qualifications as both Registered Massage Therapist and Licensed Practical Nurse, Jen has studied argiculture and food science and a variety of textile arts. She continues to put this blend of skills to good use on the Lawrencetown-area homestead she shares with her husband where they raise and preserve most of their food, create functional art and useful contraptions, and manage a growing pack of Shetland Sheepdogs.