Jenny Baird, LMT
My name is Jenny Baird. I am a licensed massage therapist and owner of Balanced Synergistic Massage. My mission is to provide massage services that will help facilitate balance in all aspects of mind, body and spirit while giving excellent customer service to build relationships of trust with clear expectations. I am passionate about providing massage therapy, and enjoy working for myself as I get to provide quality over quantity.
I enjoy getting to know you on a deeper level and my promise to you is to give you my full attention during our time together to create a balanced synergistic flow that will leave us both feeling invigorated! We work as a team to produce fantastic benefits for both of us as I believe giving should be as enjoyable as receiving. I am confident to work with most injuries, yet humble enough to know that your specific injury is unique to you! Although I do work with a lot of injuries, I also enjoy giving a relaxing, soothing massage to help you unwind. My massage space is quiet, with low lighting and my table is heated which feels amazing!
I received my training through Myotherapy College of Utah. Myotherapy is one of the top massage schools in the nation and they are accredited through the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges. I have a solid education in Anatomy & Physiology, Functional Anatomy, Pathology, Therapeutic Principals, Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Table Thai Massage, Trigger Point and more. I am also certified in first aid/CPR.
Background in Human Resources & Wellness Promotion
Since 2008 I have been working in Human Resource administration, Recruiting and Wellness Promotion. I loved working in this field and discovered my passion for working with people! I also enjoyed facilitating corporate wellness programs by finding new ways to encourage healthy activities around the office such as daily step counting, intuitive eating awareness, weight loss competitions and stress reduction techniques. I also enjoyed promoting and participating in events such as The Fight for Air climbing event hosted by the American Lung Association and The Heart Walk by the American Heart Association.
What inspired me to become a massage therapist?
I received my first massage after I started having sharp pains on the left side of my neck. I went into the massage feeling skeptical and nervous about the process, but was pleasantly surprised at how comfortable it was due to draping techniques which leave the majority of the body covered. After the massage, I was excited to feel a dramatic improvement in my neck pain and loved the way I felt. From that moment on, I started receiving monthly massages and was inspired to become a therapist shortly after!