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Jenna Kaltved, CMT

Massage Therapist

jenna.kaltved@liveyourlifept.com

Jenna loves being a massage therapist. She is married to her wonderful husband Doug and stepmom to two teenagers, Jacob and Josie. Massage chose her when she went through some injuries to her shoulder and after many years of pushing her body in sports. Jenna came across a unique technique that she learned in the CHAMPSadvantage program in 2008. Her main instructor was featured on Kare11 News for assisting athletes competing in the Olympics. Using Phasing with Active Isolated Release with her clients has given them excellent results usually in one treatment. She has treated everything over the years from the head to the toes. Schedule a session today and experience the results for yourself!

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Liz Rosenberg, BA, CMT

Massage Therapist

liz.rosenberg@liveyourlifept.com

Liz Rosenberg, BA, CMT, is a 1986 graduate of the College of St. Benedict and 2001 graduate of the Sister Rosalind Gefre School of Professional Massage. Liz has also completed post-graduate courses in Myofascial Release (MFR) and CranioSacral Therapy (CST) and Integrated Manual Therapy. She continues to increase her clinical knowledge and expertise as a CST teaching assistant allowing her to better serve her patients.

As a Certified Massage Therapist, Liz is experienced in the care of patients who have suffered injury, accident or those with chronic/ongoing health problems. She embraces a philosophy of helping the body heal by helping you relieve the tension and imbalance within your body. Services promote relaxation, vitality and life-long wellness. Liz listens to your body’s wants and needs, then guides you on your journey to optimal health.

Liz’s outside interests include spending time with her family, travel and nature with all its wonders.

09.11.20 - Sitting Too Much During Quarantine? Exercises and Stretches to try if you have Low Back Pain!

Low back pain. I’ve had it, you’ve had it, your neighbor, “Tim,” has had it. Some people get it from not moving enough, others from moving too much, and some hurting themselves through improper biomechanics. The truth is, there is a multitude of factors that can lead to pain in the back, s…view full article

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