The NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM) is an advanced therapeutic model created by Dr. Lawrence Heller that treats the effects of attachment, developmental and complex trauma, including C-PTSD
Somatic Experiencing® (SE) is a trauma healing modality developed by Dr. Peter Levine that addresses the profound impacts of shock trauma, including PTSD.
Trauma-Informed Massage Therapy
Trauma-informed massage therapy serves clients with PTSD, panic disorders, generalized anxiety and heightened sensitivities. The purpose of each session is to provide the general benefits that massage therapy brings but with the added security of working with a therapist who has advanced education in trauma physiology and is skilled in working with dysregulation in the nervous system.
Somatic bodywork is a session of Somatic Experiencing® or NARM with the added element of therapeutic touch. It's different from massage therapy because its purpose is to address the underlying dysfunctions in the nervous system that cause physical and emotional symptoms. Massage therapy seeks to alleviate the physical symptoms of nervous system dysregulation (e.g., chronic muscle tension and pain), not the foundational reasons for it.
Video conferencing sessions available for clients outside the state of Utah.
There for you.
Wherever you are.
MA, SEP, LMT, NARM practitioner
Jenny’s approach to somatic therapy is built on the belief that positive change and personal growth is possible. Trained in Jungian psychology, somatic trauma healing and massage therapy, her practice centers on tailoring these diverse therapeutic modalities of mind and body to meet the unique experiences of her clients. Recognized for her deep listening skills, Jenny strives to create a grounded experience and peaceful environment where the process of personal transformation can safely unfold.
"And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom."
The single most important issue for traumatized people is to find a sense of safety in their own bodies.
The paradox of trauma is that it has both the power to destroy and the power to transform and resurrect.
“The mind is part of the body and the body has a mind of its own.”
“There is more wisdom in your body than in your deepest philosophy.”
On Your First Visit
Parking is on the street or in a small lot behind the building. Walk right in when you arrive, no need to knock. If you get here early, however, the door will be locked because I will be in session. Not to worry, I will be ready for you right on time.
- 129 E Main St (8720 S) Sandy, UT 84070
- (801) 557-5620