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Angela Jessie

Owner/Licensed Massage Therapist

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1201 Colvin Blvd

Suite 5 (Lower Level)

Ken-Ton NY, 14223

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About me

  • 2017 Graduate of New York Institute of Massage

  • 2017 Certified in Pre and Post-natal Massage

  • 2020 Mindfulness Masterclass

  • 2021 Certified in Stretch & Flexibility Coaching (National Academy of Sports Medicine)

  • 2022 Certified in Infant Massage

  • 2022 Certified Infant Massage Therapy Instructor

  • 2015 Trauma Informed Care 40 hour training

  • I love what I do and I love helping people feel their best

My name is Angela, and I was born and raised in Buffalo, NY, and proudly identify as a member of Bills Mafia. I graduated from New York Institute of Massage in July 2017 and opened my massage therapy business on November 21st, 2017. I am a devoted mother to my son, who is currently a senior in high school, and a mom of a beautiful angel baby.

 

As a homebody, I find solace in cooking. However, I also have an insatiable passion for travel and have been fortunate enough to explore numerous domestic and international destinations. Of all the places I have visited, South Africa remains my favorite so far!

My interest in massage therapy began 20 years ago, but as a single mother I postponed pursuing it until my son was older. Prior to becoming a massage therapist, I worked in the human service field for almost 10 years. Although I earned a degree in information technology, I realized it was not what I wanted to do long-term. My true calling was helping people, which I find deeply fulfilling as a massage therapist.

 

My massage therapy style... I integrate deep tissue techniques in my sessions as needed. It's worth mentioning that deep tissue refers to accessing deeper muscles and not necessarily using firm pressure. If you desire intense pressure, I may not be the ideal therapist for you. Although I possess naturally firm hands, I don't forcefully manipulate muscles.

Additionally, it's essential to recognize the subjective nature of pressure; what might qualify as deep pressure to me may differ from your perception, and vice versa. It's critical to differentiate between deep tissue and deep pressure as they're two distinct concepts.

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