Jamie L. Emmons has been passionately practicing Massage Therapy with the goal to continuously evolve her knowledge and experience in the Healing Arts.
Jamie received her certification from Milwaukee School of Massage and has recently returned to her hometown of Milwaukee after traveling and practicing at a Medical Massage Clinic in Washington State.
Jamie has a lighthearted, positive and professional personality. She is fully committed to offering high quality massage that’s customized to meet or exceed each client’s expectations.
After years of receiving a high percentage of return clientele, Jamie is confident with meeting people’s desires for both deep tissue and light rhythmic relaxation and everything in between.
Q&A with Jamie L. Emmons
Q. How long have you been a massage therapist?
A. I have been a Licensed Massage Therapist since the beginning of 2015. I studied at the Milwaukee School of Massage.
Q. What areas do you specialize in?
A. Currenlty, my massage work is intuitively-detailed Deep Tissue and peacefully-paced Swedish Relaxation.
Q. What brought you to your current style of practice?
A. As a visual-spatial learner, I experience bodywork in a 3D sculptural sense. This heightens my ability to detect subtleties in my client’s physiology that contributes to their physical and emotional imbalances.
My unique perspective also helps me see the interconnection of the entire system to address my clients concerns with a 360-degree approach that has longer lasting results.
Q. What can a new patient expect?
A. All future clients can expect me to provide high-quality, customized attention to their unique needs and desires for each and every session.
I value active listening and conscious communication and will give you safe space and time for the option to share how you are feeling physically or emotionally to receive your ideal massage for the day.
All new clientele can expect me to approach the massage with professional awareness of limitations due to past injuries, experiences and personal contraindications.
I take extensive notes so that all my return clients feel heard and respected. This also ensures that the majority of your session time will be hands-on time.
Q. What recent industry trends have you found most noteworthy?
A. Not sure if this counts as a “trend” but I’ve been very excited about all the new discoveries being made in the subject of New Science. Especially in relation to the science behind people’s spontaneous remissions.
Being able to share the information behind Self Awareness, Epigenetics and Psycho-Neuro-Immunology and apply it to myself, is a big passion of mine. Our relationship to our environment and how our perceptions affect our biology is fascinating.
Q. What are your current personal wellness goals and how are you addressing them?
A. I have a strong desire to incorporate more free flow movement into my life to help me maintain flexibility and circulation. I believe that it’s integral for us to take time to move our bodies in different ways so that we are not poorly conditioning ours bodies and minds with stagnant and repetitive lifestyles.
I want to attempt to either jog, speed walk, or dance every day with my regular stretching routines to meet that expectation. I also hope to attend classes at INVIVO to promote my personal wellness and be more aware of our wellness center’s full operation.
Q. What is your favorite beautiful spot in Milwaukee?
A. Tricky Question… Doctors Park? The Art Museum? Views of downtown all lit up at night =)
Q. What are your top three favorite things to do/hobbies?
A. Paint with Acrylic on Canvas. Research and write about things that could help evolve the human species. Travel to Transformational Festivals and visit National Parks.
Q. What do you do to de-stress?
A. I try my best to have almost everything I do be de-stressing.
I’ve noticed that when I paint, meditate, see friends and family and have my clients walk away happy regularly is when I feel most balanced.