Jordan is our Lead Therapist and has been with us at Massage on Broadway since 2017. Jordan graduated from Mossmain College of Massage in May of 2016. Jordan is from a small town in Montana called Chinook. She knew from a young age that she wanted to peruse a career where she could help people in a one-on-one setting. Jordan maintains a warm, friendly, and attentive atmosphere, and works hard to assess and meet the specific needs of each one of her clients. Nothing makes Jordan happier than seeing her clients leave feeling drastically better than when they walked in. She specializes in Swedish massage with a medium to deep pressure range. In her free time, she enjoys golfing with her husband, Tim, spending time with her family and friends, and traveling to see new places.
Marie graduated Sacred Roots Massage School of Montana in Missoula. Initially called to massage through her own mind-body connection journey and the relaxed and compassionate nature of the profession, Marie finds joy helping people connect to their physical selves and to help manage chronic pain conditions. Deep tissue techniques and myofascial work being a favorite modality.
Marie enjoys being outdoors, crafting and searching for treasure at local thrift stores.
Nathan graduated from Sacred Roots Massage School of Montana in the summer of 2019. Nathan become interested in massage when, as a young athlete, he received his first ever massage and was left impressed with the restorative benefits massage had on his body. He is particularly fascinated by the body’s musculoskeletal system.
Nathan practices many different modalities of massage, from cupping to Myofascial Release, and he prides himself on his own unique combination of Deep Tissue and Swedish massage. Nathan is always focused on developing his skill set and has recently completed training in prenatal massage.
When Nathan is not massaging, he can usually be found spending time with his fiancé Amber, his family, or friends. He enjoys fishing, attending concerts, checking out restaurants and going to breweries.
Adam graduated in the summer of 2020 from the Sacred Roots Massage School of Montana in Missoula. Adam views massage therapy as a way to build up and support the wellbeing of our community, one person at a time. He believes in providing a client-centered approach, with a caring, confident, and responsive touch to every client. Adam’s intuitive sense of flow, timing, and understanding of the human body translates well in his work with Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Swedish massage, and other soft tissue manipulation techniques.
Adam also holds a Master of Music degree in piano performance from the University of Montana. Being a pianist and private piano teacher has informed many aspects of his approach to massage therapy. Outside of work, Adam enjoys playing piano, cooking, foraging in the outdoors, woodworking, and living with his wonderful fiancée and dog.
Armelle graduated from the Montana School of Massage. For the longest time, Armelle would massage her husband without knowing what she was doing, and he was happy with it. One day her husband announced that there was a school in town for massage and so she enrolled right away. When clients come in who are bent forward from pain Armelle finds great joy and reward in providing them with a massage that sees them leaving her care standing straight up and with a smile. Knowing that she was able to put that smile on their face puts me at her ease.
Aside from massage, Armelle loves everything that nature provides to humans, and she believes the limit is our imagination.
Linda S. studied Swedish Massage and Hydrotherapy in initial classes at National University of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, OR. During the 5-year residency she continued to treat patients and private massage clients. After graduation, she returned to Charlotte, NC and established her private practice for 10 years. Looking for a cooler and drier climate to recover from breast cancer, she moved to Missoula, MT.
When Montana initiated a Massage License in 2010, she was granted License No. 397. She focuses on Swedish Massage and loves seeing her clients emerge from the massage studio smiling and relaxed. She focuses on spa medicine including Swedish Massage, Reiki, Therapeutic Touch, and Trigger Point.
Personally, she is fascinated by Black Holes. She enjoys organic gardening, Nature, singing, and yoga.
Amy graduated from the Denver Integrative Massage School in Colorado and has been practicing for 15 years. She also holds a Bachelors in Somatic or Body centered Psychology from Naropa University. She specializes in and enjoys handful of modalities — deep tissue & Myofascial, relaxation and energetic, and has earned a reputation for her ability to solve “unsolvable” or highly painful and complex multi-layered problems. She takes immense pride in listening to each person’s needs and tailors each massage to the unique individual. Every massage goal is important. She is excited and proud to join the team of very talented therapists at Massage on Broadway!