Jen Chan, LMT

Licensed Massage Therapist

Jennifer Chan, LMT, born in New York, is a licensed massage therapist in VA and WA. She is a member of the Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP), and has 17 years of experience in providing relaxing and medical/sports/therapeutic massage.  Being first generation born in the states, she was introduced to massage at an early age by her Chinese parents (Massage is a part of healthcare, not a luxury in life in the Eastern world).

Jen graduated from AKS Massage School in Herndon VA with honors. She is certified in sports massage and incorporates that passion into her volunteerism, providing massages at many events such as the JFK 50-mile Run, Run for Shelter/Loudoun County, March of Dimes “Walk America”, the Patriot Cup, Reston Relay for Life, and the Tom Dolan Swim Invitational. Before moving to WA, Jen had a thriving business in VA working on people of all ages and types. She has massaged everyone from the average person looking for stress reduction to the newbie who is interested in massage but has never experienced it before, from the talented high school kid trying to improve for college scouts to the weekend warrior, and from the pregnant woman looking for relief to the professional NFL player and MMA athlete. Relaxation massage to bodywork, Jen is good at customizing her massages to her client’s needs. Working with clients who need to learn safe touch and geriatric clients is her 2nd specialty.

Jen is a member of NORML, NORML Women of WA, The Cannabis Alliance, Vashon Island MJ Entrepreneurs Association (now V.I. MJ. Enthusiasts Alliance) aka VIMEA, and participates and supports many organizations such as MJ Business Association (MJBA), and Cannabis Woman’s Alliance. She has become a huge cannabis advocate and ambassador in the WA cannabis movement, spreading the knowledge of cannabis infused massages and CHABA massages.

She continues to further educate her massage community with continuing education. She hopes to learn more about lymphatic massage, craniosacral, and my ofascial massage in the near future.  In her part time, she likes to spend time with family, friends, travel (especially if a passport is involved!), explore Washington, check out new restaurants (big foodie!), advocate to end Breed Specific Legislation, anything sports related (huge sports fan! NFL NBA NCAA football/basketball MMA Boxing) and discuss the importance of massage with people who have no clue. Knowledge is power!

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“It's been 30 years since I've dealt with cannabis and it was illegal then. I've never been in a dispensary before and I know very little about the products. But today I entered my first dispensary. I felt educated and I understood what I was looking for. I can hold a very educated conversation about it now with people. Your class helped me confidently buy some CHABA products from a reputable CHABA company. And for myself, I found products. That help me personally, including  tinctures, mints and capsules. It's very empowering and you're doing good work with your classes. I understand everything on the labels and know exactly what to expect. I feel like I'm slowly overwriting my prejudices regarding anything 420, due to being in law enforcement in CA from the early 2000's. Thank you."
Mary H.