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My goal is to be a resource, a support and a motivator to help you achieve whatever health related goals you desire. Throughout this site you will find several pathways to improve overall health and wellness. Education is important. Desire is important. Drive is important. I cannot give you everything you need, but I will give you everything I can. My personal mentor instills in me the desire to be eternally optimistic, always look on the bright side, and be willing to try and try (and perhaps try) again!

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A bit about Jodiā€¦

I can remember realizing as a child that my daily choices would determine my health as an adult and how long I would be able to be active. Sports dominated my life through high school and are still an integral part of my daily routine. My children know, mommy only stays healthy and happy if she stays active.
My professional endeavor with massage started in 2003. I had taken classes and training programs in high school for Athletic Training and Physical Therapy, but still felt something was missing. My traditional college years, I majored in Kinesology, Journalism, Speech Communication, Coaching, Dance and other various areas. None of these completely enticed me but all gave me valuable information and helped shape my desires for what I truly wanted to achieve in my work.

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Team MTF ... WhooHoo!! We rocked the Boston Marathon!!

Thank you to all who helped make this such a memorable experience!! We raised over $60,000 as a team (and I beat my personal goal!! Over $13,000 in donations!) for further research, education and community service through massage!

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

We know what it means to BeBostonStong in so many ways!




Tip of the week: August 23rd

Childlike Your Adulting!

Which time of life is best... childhood or adulthood??  
Probably a little in the middle...if we are completely honest :)  But... that doesn't mean us adults can't learn a thing or two from those kiddos hiding inside!  

1. Believe anything is possible...And if anyone dares to suggest that you could be wrong with your new, sanguine attitude, make like a child and ask him why. Repeatedly.
2. Acknowledge the power of play...Play fosters connection, relieves stress, stimulates creativity and builds trust. 
3. Don't think of anyone as a stranger...Seek situations that will surround you with strangers/potential new friends; reminding yourself of the importance of being emotionally available and seeking new connections and relationships.
4. Immerse yourself in the moment...Focused, unwavering attention conserves mental energy you'd squander in the name of multitasking. But your inner child would insist it simply makes everything in life a whole lot more fun.
5. Shed some of your inhibitions...At its essence, a lack of inhibition equates to behaving in the manner that feels most natural. It’s refusing to change your actions or opinions out of a fear that you'll be judged.

Be more child-like in your approach to Adult-hood!

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Recipe of the week: September 27th

Creamy Cauliflower Dip

Serves: 4

Prep time: 10 minutes

Cook time: None


  • 1 head cauliflower, steamed

  • 2 tbsp tahini

  • 2 tbsp olive oil

  • 1 clove garlic

  • juice from 1 lemon

  • dash of sea salt and black pepper

  • pinch of cumin, paprika, garlic powder, turmeric, and onion powder


  1. Throw all of the ingredients into a food processor and blend until smooth.

  2. Taste and add more seasoning as you see fit.

  3. Serve with sliced veggies, olives and homemade almond flour crackers or even as a dip for finger foods

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