Jenny Reid, LMT, CMLDT


Hi! I'm Jenny Reid and I have been practicing massage therapy since 2008. My first experience with massage was giving foot massages to my mom who was ill at the time. It was comforting for me to be able to give her some relief and it showed me how human touch can be incredibly therapeutic. A few years after that, I was at a cross roads. I intended to use my Art degree from WWU to become an Art teacher, but was curious about massage therapy. My curiosity led me to a weekend introduction to massage class, which felt natural and quickly led to my official training at the Port Townsend School of Massage. 

Over the years I have been refining my skills and following my interests while continuing my education. I worked at a medical massage clinic for 5 years where I had a deep immersion in treatment massage. Then my friends started getting pregnant, so I became certified in prenatal massage. After trying to get pregnant and experiencing infertility, I dove into fertility and pelvic health massage. I've had a couple of abdominal surgeries and have found that abdominal massage is key in helping to keep my scar tissue and adhesions soft, so I studied different abdominal techniques. Early on in my practice I had the privilege of working with a few oncology patients. Lymphatic work has been in the back of my mind since those early experiences and I was finally able to take an advanced training in the Vodder technique of manual lymphatic drainage. My passion is to be able to help women experiencing lymphedema due to side effects of breast cancer treatment, but lymphatic work has other exciting uses as well. In 2017, Washington state mandated a 16 hour breast awareness class for massage therapists to be able to work on breast tissue, so I completed that with the intent to give a full lymphatic massage to those in need.


Outside of massage I enjoy spending time with my friends and family. Travel is important to me and my husband and we like to explore new places and go back to old favorites. I love being outside as much as possible and especially love to adventure with my husband and our dog. I love being in Bellingham and having a business that serves this community. I feel really proud and lucky to work with my strong, incredibly gifted team of talented massage therapists.

Shannon "Ticker" Ba-Aye, LMT

Hi!  I’m Shannon Ba-Aye but most people call me Ticker – a nickname my Father gave me after listening to my heart while I was still in the womb.  Since a young age I’ve had a great interest and desire to assist others on their journey to wellness. My life has taken me down various avenues to pursue my quest for knowledge and experience in the practice of wellness and in 2006 I made the move to study massage at the Academy of Healing Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico.  I continued my education with the Institute for Phenomenal Touch in Boulder, CO where I was able to bring all the skills I had learned together to form a very nurturing, three-dimensional massage with seamless strokes, passive stretches, wave like movements and effective release of muscles. I’ve worked with clients dealing with sports and work related injuries, chronic pain, prenatal clients and those looking to unlock stuck energy or tight muscles for greater range of motion and freedom in their body.

I worked in busy spa settings for years and eventually had the opportunity of having my own practice.  After my second child I decided to take a little break from massage and focus on family. While that has filled my heart full I’ve felt a piece of my soul calling to reconnect with the healing world and the community around me through massage and bodywork.

I grew up here in Bellingham and after 13 years away decided to move back with my family from New Orleans, LA.  I’m so happy to be back in the great PNW and able to enjoy all its magnificent offerings from the mountains to the forests to the ocean. I couldn’t imagine a more beautiful place to raise a family!

I strongly believe that as humans we are all connected to some degree and that together we can bring about great change and beauty in the world but we first need to begin by healing our self within.  I find that massage can be a profound way to bring about that healing. When we feel free and whole in our body and mind we’re better able to connect with the world around us and in turn offer healing that can go far beyond our self.  I so look forward to connecting and working with you and your specific needs, facilitating a healing process that can bring you closer to balance, freedom and peace within your body, mind and spirit.

Julez Bowman, LMT


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