Therapeutic massage for pain management, stress-relief and relaxation.
About Jenn Wayland & Good Medicine Massage
I enjoy helping people discover realistic and practical ways to manage chronic pain from injuries and everyday life. Regular massage therapy combined with self-care can make life much more comfortable.
I have been practicing massage therapy since 1999. I earned my credentials from Center of Advanced Therapeutics (CAT) in Denver, and additionally have more than 500 hours of continuing education including Advanced Neuromuscular Technique, performance (sports) massage, myofascial release, and reflexology. Additionally, I enjoyed an extended opportunity to apply my skills in a teaching role at CAT.
On November 17, 2008, the Rules and Regulation Hearing was completed at the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA).
All massage therapists must be licensed by the State of Colorado as of April 1, 2009 in order to continue practicing. In order to qualify for state licensing, applicants will have to be fingerprinted, and have background checks completed. Licenses must be renewed every 2 years.
To meet the requirements to be licensed in the State of Colorado to practice Massage Therapy means that each therapist must have all met education requirements and passed a background check.
Please make sure when receiving bodywork that your practitioner is licensed in the State of Colorado to practice Massage Therapy.
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