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Jenn Chetaitis, LMT



Jennifer Chetaitis is a Licensed Massage Therapist in the Harrisburg area and is a member of AMTA. She has been providing massage therapy services since September 2014.  During that time she helped clients maintain balance in mind, body and spirit whether they were out of balance due to work related body discomforts, or to help relieve and speed up the healing process of surgery or injury as well as maintaining everyday body and mind health.  She has volunteered her massage services for athletes participating in the Harrisburg Marathon and March for the Fallen at Fort Indiantown Gap.  She had the opportunity to attend the USGA U.S. Open in Oakmont, where she not only massaged the thousands of volunteers but also caddies and participants.  Most recently, she became a member of the Community Service Massage Therapy Emergency Response Division, where in the event of a disaster she will be deployed to massage the first and secondary responders.

Jennifer’s lifelong passion for competing in athletics brought her to a career in massage therapy.  Her love of competitive swimming and playing water polo as a child has continued into her adult life.  She has been an age group competitor of Olympic and half Ironman distance triathlons, half marathons and marathons for over 15 years.  She continued her passion to become a spin instructor and level 1 USA cycling coach. 
 
She holds over 900 hours of massage training and is certified in the following massage modalities: Swedish, Deep Tissue, sports, hot stone and several others.  Her education continues as she will soon be certified in orthopedic massage. Jenn understands the importance of keeping the mind and body in good health.  Through this understanding and her background in competitive sports, her concentration has been on orthopedic massage. The goal of every client can be achieved through the creative and practical techniques this massage concentration has to offer.  Her goal is for her clients to live a full balanced life in mind, body and spirit.
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