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Jenny Bremer is a somatic therapist in Grand Rapids, MI.

She uncovered her passion for her work not only through her work with clients but also in her own self-exploration and dedication to healing and growth. 

Her work is based off of the belief that chronic pain, tension, and general dis-ease in the mind and body are merely symptoms that show up as a result of a disconnection from your true self. It is also based off of the belief that in order to begin to work toward truly being well, it is imparetive for every individual to firstly have a safe space to be seen and feel heard. Jenny uses her intuition, John F. Barnes Myofascial Release, holistic counseling, intuitive movement, energetic unwinding, energy work, bodywork, breath work, mindfulness, and sheer curiosity to meet you where you're at, uncover unconscious belief systems and embodied patterning, and discover the root cause of your condition. With new awareness, you will reconnect to your own deepest personal truth, wisdom, and innate freedom.

Jenny has a license in massage therapy in the state of MI and received her massage training in 2010 in the 1,000 hour program at Cortiva Institute for Massage Therapy in Seattle, WA. She has studied holistic counseling with Dr. Moshe Block as well as The Five Personality Patterns with Steven Kessler, MFT. She is a myofascial release practitioner in the John F. Barnes approach. She also studied movement as a tool for awareness with Nick Konow of World Mvmnt. Jenny is a former member of the Wellness Collective GR, and one of her biggest influences in her life and practice has been her work and study with Micah McLaughlin, founder of Continuum Healing in Grand Rapids, M


About Her Work


The Body Speaks

Your body tells many stories.

The stories you've stored there layer by layer are traumas, wounds, unconscious belief systems, and patterns that you've embodied throughout your lifetime based on your experience and environment. These stories have shaped how you show up in the world, how you stay safe, how your body exists, and how you take up (or don't take up) space. 


Self Observation

Self observation is imperative in working through chronic pain and tension.

It is often discovered that there are unconcious belief systems at the root of your symptoms, as well as behavioral and relational patterning, and emotional and energetic blocks. Jenny uses a myriad of modalities in order to get to the root of your symptoms and dis-ease including myofascial release, holistic counseling, bodywork, breath work, mindfulness, energy work, movement and more.

Once you become aware of what your body is trying to communicate to you, we will begin to ask new questions and explore your experience with curiosity and non-judgement, allowing you to interact with your body and your self differently. We can then work toward shedding all of the things that limit who you are and how you show up, allowing you to step fully in to comfortably and truthfully being in your body.


Ultimately you will have a deeper understanding of how your mind and body interact.