My name is Jennifer Carr Scopp and I have been practicing massage and aromatherapy since 2012. I have completed over 600 hours of massage therapy training in Swedish Massage and Deep Tissue therapeutic massage techniques. I have also studied Aromatherapy, Reflexology, Reiki, and Lomi Lomi. I use all of these techniques in my massage in order to customize each session and best serve my clients. I completed the first half of my massage training at the Hands on Healing Institute in Los Angeles, CA and completed the rest of my training at A New Beginning School of Massage here in Austin, TX. I am currently expanding on my aromatherapy training and I'm studying for my Aromatherapy Certification through the Aromahead Institute. Besides my massage training I also have a BA in Anthropology and History from the University of Washington, Seattle, and a Paralegal Certificate from the American Bar Association. In my "previous life", I worked for several years as a paralegal and executive assistant before discovering the awesome benefits of massage and aromatherapy. What started as a hobby soon became my career focus, and now I'm thrilled to be in a profession where I help people feel better in body and mind.
I grew up in the mountains near Seattle, WA and lived in Los Angeles for a few years before finding my way to Austin, TX. What I love about Austin is it's a hopeful, energetic place. Good stuff happens here. I moved here on a whim without knowing anyone here or even having a job lined up. Adventures! It's turned out to be awesome. I've focused my massage practice here in Austin and continue to find a myriad of interesting ways to grow personally and professionally and offer more helpful services for my clients. I've made amazing friends, gone to amazing events, and discovered my artistic side. The most beautiful thing, I also found my love here, and we got married in November 2017. I also got adopted by a couple cats and a dog along the way, so the love just keeps on growing! As a girl from the PNW I love being outside; hiking, camping, swimming, fishing, or just sitting in my hammock with a good book. I like exploring the music and art scene here in ATX and I appreciate food that is actually worth paying for. If you know of any, let me know!