Jenny Seldal

  • IL License #: 227.020051
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Reach your full potential

I have been working as a massage therapist in the DeKalb/Sycamore area for the last three years. I decided to become a massage therapist after receiving a massage myself, and realizing that I have never been so relaxed in my life! I fell in love with massage instantly and wanted others to receive the same benefits that I experienced. I have worked in an office setting most of my life and needed a career change that involved helping others. I am a professional who is friendly and respectful to...

I have been working as a massage therapist in the DeKalb/Sycamore area for the last three years. I decided to become a massage therapist after receiving a massage myself, and realizing that I have never been so relaxed in my life! I fell in love with massage instantly and wanted others to receive the same benefits that I experienced. I have worked in an office setting most of my life and needed a career change that involved helping others. I am a professional who is friendly and respectful to all my clients and I am always challenging myself to learn new techniques that I can offer to them. I enjoy helping others to reach their full potential. I would like to  meet you and work with you to help you through any injury or sore muscles from poor posture, sitting too much or any pain you may be experiencing. Stop in and see me at the spa!

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Licenses
Massage

IL # 227.020051

Education
2016

Kishwaukee College: Therapeutic Massage Program

Therapeutic Massage

REVIEWS for my Bodywork services

by K on Feb 21
Cupping was great Jenny is very sweet!
by Anonymous on Feb 21
Very good massage
by Wendy on Dec 31
Jenny was amazing! She used the perfect amount of pressure, listened to my concerns, and made all the aches and pains go away!

SPECIALTIES: Bodywork and Massage techniques I perform

Bodywork & Massage

  • Swedish Massage
  • Therapeutic Touch

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