Therapists

Therapists

 

Rochelle _CMP     Therapist       Principal at Massage Professionals of Jackson Hole    (307) 413-1961 (Click to call)

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Rochelle Ganoe, Massage Therapist

Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Sports Massage, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, Facilitated Stretching, Reflexology, Reiki, Hot Stone Massage, Pregnancy Massage, Cupping, Acupressure, Thai Massage, Shiatsu, Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Treatment for TMJ Disorder

Rochelle is an excellent massage therapist that believes in taking time with you to discuss your body’s needs, and learn about your health.  Therefore your massage or body work will be a custom experience.  This is achieved by having a mindful practice that is performed with effective techniques.  Massage is not a new age trend, but a deeply rooted method used throughout human history. Rochelle can also be found as a contract massage therapist at Jackson Hole resort spas such as: The Spa at Spring Creek Ranch, Sena Spa, Amangani Resort Spa and Shooting Star Club Spa.

“I feel fortunate to be in a profession that allows me to help people suffering from the discomforts associated with the stresses of daily life.  My mission is to restore and promote balance and well being in the bodies and minds of my clients.”

As with many who live in Jackson, Wyoming, Rochelle is a lover of life, and upbeat, no nonsense ‘go-getter’!  Yellowstone National Park, the mighty Snake River, and Grand Teton National Park are her playground. Her activities include hiking, river-running, snowboarding and mountain biking.

 

 Hamish    CMP     Massage  Therapist                 Principal at Massage Professionals of Jackson Hole

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Hamish, a native Scot, has lived in Rocky Mountain ski towns for 31 years. An entrepreneurial background in retail, photography and writing expands to massage therapy. A dedicated  back-country skier, cyclist and river boatman, his athleticism gives him a clear understanding of the ‘sports’ body and the need for balance – including deep relaxation achieved through massage.

Hamish has completed the 365-hous of  training at – the McKinnon Body Therapy Center in Oakland, CA. His skills include Swedish Massage,  Sports Therapy Massage, Anatomy & physiology, and Deep Tissue Massage. He has taken additional courses in Chair Massage  and studied Thai Massage with Jackson Hole’s Elizabeth Drapela.  His work experience includes Jackson Hole spas, such as The Spa at Spring Creek Ranch, Amangani Resort SpaShooting Star Club Spa and Sena Spa at Teton Village. 

His other work as a freelance writer and photographer can be seen at www.HTPhotographics.com

Sheri  (Lives in Montana now)   NCMT

Specializing in Cranial Sacral Therapy, Maternity Massage, Fibromyalgia, Lymphatic Drainage and Orthopaedic Assessment, Sheri is a welcome addition to our team and has many years experience as a therapist. Starting in the healthcare field as a CNA in 1996, Sheri worked in a long-term care facility with Alzheimer, Dementia and post stroke victims. She graduated from Port Townsend School of Massage in 1999 with a national certification in Massage Therapy and moved to Jackson Hole where she has worked in  resort spas, including: Chill Spa at Hotel Terra, Sena Spa, Spa and Wellness Center at Shooting Star, Solitude Spa at Teton Lodge, and Amangani Spa.

“My hobbies include growing my own vegetables, hiking in Jackson Hole, swimming, photography, mountain biking and spending time with my two daughters and her American Bulldog, Murphy.”

Amanda                                    NCMT

Amanda launched her massage/body therapy career with 650 hours of study at Advanced Fuller School of Massage Therapy in Va Beach, Va in 2003 – eventually to become a teacher (massage and reflexology) there for three years.  She has been self-employed in the massage business, and working in a chiropractor’s office. In 2008, Amanda moved to Jackson Hole and, among other work, was a therapist with Bear and Doe Banya Spa, Chill Spa at Hotel Terra, and managed the Spa at Lost Creek Ranch for two years. Her focus is Neuromuscular Therapy, Myofascial release, Shiatsu, Thai Massage, Sports Massage.

“I love being outside, biking , swimming in cold water, hiking, ice skating, and adore my baby, Iris, and the time I am so fortunate to spend with her rainbow self. Good food and soulful company warms my heart. I strive to be a better person each day, sometimes gracefully, sometimes not so much.

Audrey                                       LMT

Licensed Massage Therapist is just the start of an ambitious body therapy career for Audrey. She has rounded out her professionalism with certifications and experience in Sports Massage, Thai massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Hot Stone Massage, Reflexology, and Reiki. In addition to a BA in Anthropology and an Associate of Art Degree with distinction, her massage Related Coursework includes Culture and Curing, Anatomy and Physiology, Human Musculoskeletal System and Human Behavioral Ecology.

Audrey’s professional body therapy career in Jackson Hole (after several years in Ohio) has included working at Chill Spa at Hotel Terra, Bear and Doe Banya Spa, in addition to self-employment in the massage field.

“I have a lot of fun hiking, running, biking, also learning to ski and enjoy the winter and all it has to offer in the valley.  I also enjoy being inside on cold days and enjoy cooking or reading a good book, and  I always love being with my dog!”

 

Megan                                   LMT

Megan is now the proud owner of the Sena Spa located in the Teton Club in Teton Village, Wyoming!
Megan began an interest in Massage Therapy as early as age 5 when her grandmother would get relief from arthritis by having Megan work on her hands and feet. Megan was “ruined” for a regular career path after spending an incredible summer living in Moose, Wyoming under the shadow of the The Grand Teton. Since then, she has always been drawn to wild places of natural beauty. Jackson Hole has always been considered her home and, in between bouts of wanderlust, she is incredibly happy to be here living the mountain lifestyle!Megan studied at The Omega Institute of Holistic Studies where she was exposed to many styles of bodywork, including basic Chinese Medicine and had ample opportunity to practice on willing participants. She knew that this was her  calling and was happy to meet  mentors who continue to offer her their knowledge and inspiration. Confident that this was her path, she enrolled in the Utah College of Massage Therapy in Salt Lake City.

Megan gained ample experience in spa treatments and Hot Stone therapy with her first professional Massage position at the Body Sage Spa at the Rusty Parrot in 2002.
Megan has a variety of applied experience, both private and in renowned spas. She has worn a kimono and served a traditional tea service in a Japanese spa, The Kura Door in Salt Lake City, she has massaged sore bodies of skiers and snowboarders at The Cliff spa at Snowbird, and the tired haunches of horseback riders and pool-side loungers at Lost Creek Spa.  Megan lived in Costa Rica for nearly 3 years where she assisted in apprenticing native Costa Ricans in spa therapies at Cayuga’s Harmony Healing Centre in Nosara. She is forever grateful for her experience of being an honarary “Tica” in Costa Rica and living the Pura Vida lifestyle of sun and surf.

Megan is drawn to the meditative style of Eastern Paradigm modalities of Thai, Zen/Shiatsu, and Accupressure. She is equally skilled at applying perfect pressure and nueromuscular therapies to provide needed relief for athletes. Megan is often complemented by her clients as being able to provide both profound relaxation, her keen intuitive sense, and an ability for clients to return to activity without soreness or pain.

 

Mary   (Mary no longer lives in Jackson Hole)

With massage education and certifications ranging from Ireland, to Costa Rica, to Thailand, Mary’s massage and health-care related education is diverse and far-reaching. She is certified in deep fascial reconstruction from the Denver’s Berkana Institute of Massage Therapy; has Massage Therapy certification from the Costa Rica school of Massage Therapy, and has studied at the Thai Massage School of Chiang Mai in Thailand. At the University of Montana, Missoula, she earned her Bachelor of Science in Health and Human Performance – Applied Health Science…and the list goes on…

Mary’s work resume includes massage therapist at The Snake River Lodge and Spa, and The Four Seasons in Teton Village.

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