Jennifer Dutil, LMT
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Swedish massage (standard),
Deep tissue massage,
Hot stone massage,
Jennifer is an amazing massage therapist. She takes her time to target the problem areas and does a great job in making sure you get the most relaxing experience. Would totally recommend to anyone!Mar 13, 2018VerifiedJennifer Dutil, LMT's reply
Thank you so much! It was so nice to meet you.
Jennifer is a great massage therapist, my wife and I have both been to see her and she does a great job! She is very professional and has strong hands and doesn't chat you up like some therapists do, unless you want to.Aug 21, 2014Verified
Great attention to detail and areas that needed extra attention. I'm a large man who needs deep tissue massage and she was able to perform that wonderfully. A very talented and PROFESSIONAL lady and massage therapist.Jul 25, 2014
Jennifer Dutil is an outstanding Massage Therapist. I've never experienced a real massage in my life until about a month ago. I run tough mudder races, play beach volleyball etc and getting a body treatment massage was the best move I've ever made. She is like a "doctor of medicine" and I highly recommend her. You are getting your moneys worth with her rates and special discounts, (depending when they are offered) She's an absolute professional and kind woman who will do excellent in this field. If you are reading this, its time to book an appointment!Thank you Jennifer and I look forward to having another massage soon!Jul 23, 2014
Great experience, hot cup therapy was interesting, very very nice, and very professional, aroma therapy was a nice addition, Highly recommend.Jul 27, 2020Verified
License Type: Licensed Massage Therapist (LA)
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Either before you come in or upon arrival we will discuss your main concern/goal for the session. We review your general health, prior injuries or surgeries and allergies. I strive to tailor each massage to the individual, if you're coming in with sciatica for example, we're going to do targeted mobilization and stretching of that area, which I wouldn't be doing in a relaxation session. I'm big on essential oils too, so discussing your needs ahead of time helps me to choose the best oils to used during your session be it diffused or directly on your body.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Besides my massage training and 12+ hours of continuing education per year, I'm a big gym person. I love lifting weights so I'm very in tune with clients workout related aches and pains. Fortunately massage is ALL about muscles, so this helps me with all massages, not just workout specific. Truly knowing how everything works is what makes the difference between a good and great massage! Beyond that I'm always trying to learn more. Be it new techniques, new uses for essential oils... new things are discovered every day, I try to stay on top of what's going on in my field.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?Originally I went to school to be a dietician. It was well before I knew I wanted something more "outside the box". I always wanted to help people... massage allows me to do that with a schedule that lets me be mom first.