Voted Best massage therapists in utah

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Voted best massage therapist in Holladay and Salt Lake City 2018, 2019 and 2020!

A one-stop-shop for evidence-based modalities that are proven to make lasting changes in the body. Exceptional providers in their respective specialties, we strive to offer the highest standard of service and care to the city of Cottonwood Heights and the Salt Lake Valley.

With a high level of experience, education and expertise — our team is here to help.


Meet our providers:

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I have been fortunate in my career to work alongside truly gifted individuals, as well as at prestigious institutions who have all instilled in me their passion for helping others, pursuing continuing education in result-driven methodology, and I, therefore, utilize a diverse yet science-based toolset in my therapy sessions.

It is my goal to help my clients achieve feeling like the best version of themselves. Whether that looks like working towards a specific athletic target, injury, pain relief, or better movement, I am excited to work with you. 

Education: Massage degree from Myotherapy College of Utah, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) certified from Hawk Grips, RockTape certified in cupping and kinesio taping, Theragun certification from Theragun. 

See Jen for: migraines, neck and spinal injuries, muscle pain, joint pain and movement restrictions, cupping therapy, kineso taping

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Brianna has been a practicing, licensed massage therapist in Salt Lake City since 2008. Years ago she was involved in an auto accident that left her with a significant neck injury. Experiencing pain most days from then on, she pursued her own self-care journey to manage pain and stay healthy. This experience combined with her interest in anatomy, muscle health, and the biomechanics of healthy movement led her to become a manual (massage) therapist and corrective exercise specialist.

Education: Massage therapy degree from Myotherapy College of Utah, Orthopedic Massage Certification from The Academy of Clinical Massage, BS in Health Promotion and Education from the University of Utah, Wellness Coaching Certification from Wellcoaches, NASM Certified Personal Trainer and Corrective Exercise Specialist, RockTape certified kinesio tape professional.

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As a local dance professional, stretch therapist, and mobility specialist, Kaelin’s studies and professional career have been entirely dedicated to the intersection of movement and wellness. A combination she long hoped to find, she double majored in Modern Dance and Pre-Nursing at the University of Utah, where her study of anatomy, physiology, kinesiology, and dance technique was coupled with movement analysis and somatic practice. Her undergraduate research in creative movement and art therapy provided her the opportunity to teach dance to individuals with neurodegenerative disorders, as well as at-risk youth, all while training pre-professional dancers. As a practitioner, she recognizes that a regular stretch therapy protocol proves beneficial beyond the physical body, and is, for many, a wonderful modality for overall mind-body wellness. She is pleased to be a part of the team at The Anatomy of Wellness and looks forward to helping you implement your wellness goals.

Education: Pre-Nursing and BFA in Modern Dance from the University of Utah, FMS Certified, NASM Certified Personal Trainer, Brookstone Institute Certified Human Movement Specialist (Student), Professionally Trained Flexologist.

See Kaelin for: comprehensive stretch therapy sessions, increased range of motion, athletic performance, pain management, movement assessment and instruction, mobility limitations.

We Utilize a Variety of Techniques in our Treatments

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Manual Therapy
kinesio taping for shoulder pain
Kinesiology Tape
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functional movement screen
Movement Assessment
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PNF Stretch Therapy

We are by appointment only. Please call or book online.

See what our clients are saying:

Real Results: 170+ 5-Star Reviews

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How we can help:

  • Whiplash injury
  • Rotator cuff injury
  • Ankle sprain
  • TMJ disorder
  • Carpal tunnel symptoms
  • Pulled/strained muscle
  • Tennis elbow
  • Nerve entrapment
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Posture therapy
  • Safely begin or return to exercise
  • Increase athletic performance
  • Bridge the gap between post-physical therapy and regular activity
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