Jordan

Level: 4

Availability: Sunday

Specialties:

  • Trigger point
  • Deep Tissue
  • Sports Injury
  • Active Release Techniques
  • Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation
  • Myofacial Release

Summary:

"My journey into massage began during my attempt at a semi-pro sports career. After suffering an injury, I began the process of rehabilitation. During my physical therapy phase, I was advised to look into massage. I was pleasantly surprised at how much it helped. Ever since then, I have been sold on it. After a few years of school, I became a licensed massage therapist."

Massage School:

  • Anthem College

Most Experience Treating:

  • Shoulder Pain
  • ROM issues
  • Migraines
  • Postural Conditions
  • Hip Tension
  • Low Back Pain
  • Post Event Soreness
  • Arthritic Conditions

Success Stories: 

"One of my clients was preparing to compete in the Spartan Race. During his training, he eneded up hurting his back in a way that made it uncomfortable taking deep breaths. Within two appointments, I was able to put him into a position to compete in his event pain free and with a great range of motion in his area of concern. I can't take full credit though, as he did everything I advised and was extremely communicative."

What makes your massages unique?

"I believe that my critical thinking and natural understanding of Kinesiology help me to stand apart from other therapists. I like to use different types of stimuli to trick the brain into releasing your muscles and other soft tissues. I also like to coach my clients. Your progress is my profess, so I will give you any and all advice I can."

What Continued Education courses interest you?

  • Advanced Active Release Techniques
  • Advanced Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation
  • Graston Technique
  • Rolfing

What do you most appreciate when receiving massage? 

"I appreciate attentiveness to my problem areas, as well as the ability to use proper techniques to address those areas."

What keeps you passionate about massage therapy?

"Just seeing and hearing that I am helping keeps me passionate. At the end of a long day, even a simple "thank you" makes the achy hands worth it."

Jordan Mitchell, LMT-20938