Massage Therapy

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We are happy to help you with your massage and bodywork needs- available by request!

Send an email to LARAMIEWYOYOGA@GMAIL.COM with your choice of therapist, and we will get you in touch to book directly.


Molly Jo

Jenkins


Molly Jo graduated from Healing Arts Institute in 2016 as a certified massage therapist. She specializes in deep tissue massage and likes to target tight/injured muscles through stretching and cupping techniques. A bodywork session will be personalized based upon each clients needs, lifestyle and comfort level, with goals of maintaining a healthy posture and active muscle recovery. Molly Jo also works as a surgical technologist where she gets to see the inner workings of muscles, which has given her a more in-depth knowledge (literally).In her free time she is hiking, skiing and adventuring with her husband Nate and rambunctious toddler.

60 minutes bodywork | $55

Jesse Johnston

On top of being a yoga instructor at the studio, Jesse also practices therapeutic bodywork. He went to the Costa Rica School of Massage Therapy in 2013 and has been practicing ever since. Jesse’s broad understanding of strength and anatomy allows him to guide clients toward pain-free living on and off the massage table. He receives bodywork on a regular basis and is a strong advocate for the healing modality. He believes yoga and massage are excellent complements to each other and are vital to his personal well being.


50 minute Deep Tissue | $50

50 minute Swedish | $50

Frequently Asked Questions


Can I use a gift card for my massage?

Yes! Bring in your print gift card, or have a copy of your email if you received an email gift. Appointments are paid at time of service, so you won’t need to pay for this service ahead online.

Do I need to wear a mask?

We are not requiring masks at this time, but you are welcome to wear one at any point and for the duration of your massage. If you would like your therapist to wear one during your session, let us know in your reservation email.

Should I avoid working out after my massage?

Depending on the type of massage, your therapist may suggest different activity levels or at home stretches to help your body stay feeling good for longer. While taking a full rest day following is probably not necessary, listen to your body and drink plenty of water, remembering that our bodies need time to heal, even after a relaxing massage.