Nicole Nordgran

EDUCATION:

  • Rexburg College of Massage Therapy
  • BYU-Idaho in Exercise Physiology with two semesters left

WORK HISTORY:

  • Lifeguard
  • Swim instructor
  • Rexburg College of Massage Therapy
  • Ground Crew at BYU-I
  • Sage Day Spa

MASSAGE MODALITIES:

Swedish, deep tissue, hot stone massage, body wraps, and prenatal.

WHAT IS THE MOST REWARDING PART OF YOUR JOB?

I like working with people and I love doing physical labor for work. Getting to help others and relieve some of their pain. It’s awesome to have regular clients that come with a specific problem that I can see improve over time.

HOW DID YOU BECOME A MASSAGE THERAPIST?

I originally wanted to be a nurse or try for the PTA program at BYU-I but I didn’t know. I wanted to become an LMT because I thought it would help my success as a PTA, but it was very apparent that massage is my passion and that I wanted to just do that with an emphasis on rehabilitation purposes.

HOW DO YOU CONTINUE TO LEARN?

Education is very important to me and it’s a goal of mine to continue to learn all my life. I am studying at BYU-I, in Exercise Physiology (specifically rehabilitation), as well as continuing education for massage therapists.

WHAT ARE YOU CURRENTLY READING?

The Magnolia Story

HOW DO YOU DESCRIBE YOUR SERVICE?

Very specific to the individual, and I try to really work on problem areas to the best of my knowledge. I’ve been told that I have a good touch by my clients. One thing that I try to be aware of is getting the right pressure. I try to have a firm pressure, but not so much that it’s painful or leaves you sore the next day. I feel that it’s not helpful to have a “no pain, no gain” attitude.

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