Jenn’s interest in optimized wellness began long before she became a massage therapist. She spent many years caring for top-level equine athletes, traveling with and managing the fitness, nutrition, soundness, and overall wellness of show jumpers and three-day event horses. From this experience she learned the importance of working as a team, and continues to enjoy collaborating with other top wellness professionals in her work with human clients.
Jenn’s passion for and commitment to Thai bodywork inspired her to become a massage teacher, and she is grateful to have spent a number of years teaching at massage schools. She currently teaches massage at a college in Colorado and also independently offers workshops on a variety of yoga and massage topics.
Jenn attributes her own professional philosophy to lessons shared by both traditional Thai medicine and ParaYoga: heal the self, trust the self, let go of fear and doubt, and we can offer our truest intentions to others for their healing and wellbeing.
Her work is built on a deep foundation in Thai bodywork and western deep tissue massage techniques. To these she subtly weaves in energy balancing techniques, healing touch, Reiki, Ayurveda, and traditional Thai medicine modalities such as herbal compress and tok sen. Sessions can be on the massage table, floor futon, or a combination of both, and often involve Jenn creating specialized homework exercises based on her movement training.
Jenn's Training & Accreditation
Jenn Posterick is a Thai Yoga Bodyworker, massage therapist, yoga and massage teacher, and writer. She first explored Thai Yoga Bodywork at Devanadi as part of her yoga journey. It was instantly a passion, and she began practicing in 2006.
Jenn is an experienced registered yoga teacher, trained in the ParaYoga tradition. Jenn teaches using methods from the tantric hatha tradition as well as from ruesri dat ton, a gentle movement practice that is part of traditional Thai medicine.