Janetta began her training as a Massage Therapist in 2007 at Arizona School of Massage Therapy. It was here she experienced first hand the powerful benefits of Massage Therapy to physical and mental health. She quickly became passionate about facilitating this healing for others.
Her career as a Massage Therapist has led her to work under Chiropractors, Acupuncturists and Rolfers. She has worked in a variety of environments from Doctor's Offices to Day Spas in Arizona, Mississippi and Tennessee.
Janetta originally established Unwind Massage Therapy December 2013 in Newton, Mississippi and reopened in Brentwood, Tennessee in 2016.
A customized blend of Sports Injury Massage and Trigger Point Therapy with Hot Stone Massage and Relaxation techniques so you can Unwind your body AND your mind! Specific muscle groups are targeted to release painful holding patterns while soothing connective strokes calm tense muscles and nerves. Essential Oils and Hot Stones maximize pain relief and melt away stress…
We customize your session by prioritizing your pain relief goals and areas of focus
as well as pressure and speed preferences.
A Trigger Point or “knot” is a highly irritable spot in a tight band of muscle fibers characterized by extreme tenderness, referred pain and diminished range of motion.
Trigger Point Therapy uses deep compression techniques and targeted stretching to release the trigger point -alleviating pain and restoring mobility.
This treatment can be used by itself or integrated into a session with complimentary techniques.
Muscle Injury can occur as a result of a traumatic event (such as whiplash after a car accident) or develop through repetitive motions over time (such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.)
Injury massage protocols target the injured muscle group and apply friction strokes to each individual muscle fiber to break up scar tissue and restore blood flow to the muscle and tendons.
Injury Massage protocols are designed to dedicate 30-60 minutes to comprehensively work a single muscle group.
Myofascial Therapy / Structural Bodywork corrects postural and functional imbalances of the body by freeing restrictions in the fascia. Fascia is a seamless web of connective tissue that wraps every muscle, bone, nerve, blood vessel and organ, playing a crucial role in the support of the body’s structure. Tight and twisted fascia creates “holding patterns” that result in poor posture and muscular dysfunction.
A structural bodywork session is very different than a typical massage. The client wears a bathing suit and is asked to “work against” the therapist movement increasing the effectiveness of the stroke.