Jessica Coleman is a professionally trained, certified and licensed massage therapist in California and Pennsylvania with an ambition to promote wellness. Born and raised in the SF Bay Area, Jessica gained tremendous and invaluable experience working with companies like Google and Cisco Systems. Jessica studied Business at the University of Nevada, Reno then proceeded to a career in Finance for many years.  After discovering the healing art of massage for herself, Jessica decided to switch gears.  "I had an incredible massage that made me feel amazing, like a new self. It truly changed my life."  She then realized how much she wanted to help others discover the greatness of massage. Jessica graduated top of her class at Cortiva Institute - Pennsylvania School of Muscle Therapy, a COMTA accredited program which includes massage therapy techniques, anatomy, physiology and kinesiology. She holds a professional membership of the American Massage Therapy Association.

Jessica's bodywork is a blend of techniques that will best suit the client to include deep tissue, trigger point therapy, fascial work helping relax and mold the body back where it wants to be.  Her focus is to give the ultimate relaxing and rejuvenating treatment.  Jessica helps a variety of clients ranging from individuals looking for relaxation to those who  are working to overcome serious injuries.  She currently spends her time working with The Spa at Equinox in Beverly Hills, California as well as cultivating her own private practice - happily demonstrating the art of bodywork.

To feed her own personal development, deepening awareness of the body's healing abilities, Jessica is interested in advancing her studies to include visceral and advanced myofascial.  She has plans to volunteer her massage talents to breast cancer patients.  "I'd like to make my services accessible to my jet setters and bi-coastal clients, encouraging people to incorporate mind and body wellness into their lives.  It's about maintaining a healthy balance, massage can help achieve that!"  Her drive and passion continues to inspire others.