Hello! My name is Jessica Davis. I have been working as a licensed massage therapist since 2017. As of 2021, I have transitioned from a general massage therapist to a family-focused wellness practitioner. I spent the first few years of practice improving my skills and technique, learning more about the massage industry, and working both from my home and at a day spa. As I became more comfortable in my line of work, I began to consider my career path and determine my goals and aspirations. I have a growing passion for women and children, and I would like to channel that into my career by focusing on helping the family in the way I am best able: by improving the health (mental, physical, and emotional) of women as they bring forth life, providing complementary care for their infants, and positively impacting the co-parent's relationship through my work with these women and children.
Continuing Education Received
-Pregnancy and Massage
-Pregnancy and Massage: Advanced Practice
-Anxiety Disorders and Massage Therapy
-Massage Therapy for Depressed Clients
I received my diploma from The Dayton School of Medical Massage (Lima). This was an 11 month course, starting October of 2015 and ending October of 2016. During my education, I logged 900 hours, studying Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, and Theory of Massage, as well as Business and Ethics. I also completed 105 hours of clinical work, both in clericals and in professional massages. I passed the MBLEx, which are the boards required to get licensed, in September of 2016.
I received my massage license in November 2016 from the State Medical Board of Ohio.
While not currently certified, I have also been trained in infant, pediatric, geriatric, sports, and hot stone massage.