She is a 2009 graduate of the Healing Arts Center in St. Louis, MO, where she received over 600 hours of training in massage therapy and energy healing. She received her certification at the BioCranial Institute International for Bio-Craniopathy in 2012, and became a Touch for Health practitioner in 2016, where she furthered her education in Chinese medicine and energy healing, bringing balance to the body both mentally and physically. In her practice she offers an array of therapies beyond Swedish Massage, Bio-Craniopathy, and Touch for Health, including prenatal massage, hot stone massage, Reiki and Pranic Healing, Shiatsu, and Reflexology.
Jami enjoys constantly learning, expanding her knowledge and awareness, and applying that knowledge to her life both in and outside of her business. She enjoys reading, writing (both creatively and in her blog, Naturally Jami), pretty much any form of art, Paleo cooking, running, weightlifting, and spending time with her husband and two boys.
As a self proclaimed holistic health advocate and licensed body-worker, Jamie Hahne is on a journey to share health and wellness with all in need. Jamie graduated from the 600 hour Massage Therapy program at the Healing Arts Center in St. Louis, MO in 2009, became a Reiki Master in 2010, completed the 200 hour Yoga Instructor training at Yoga Source in 2012, and in 2016 became a Certified SomaVeda® Level 1 Thai Practitioner. She has trained in Deep Tissue Sports Massage, Trigger Point Therapy, Myofascial Release, Ashiatsu Oriental Deepfeet Bar Therapy, Pranic Healing, CranioSacral Therapy, Pregnancy Massage, Reflexology, and Swedish Massage Therapy. Jamie intuitively integrates any of the above modalities to provide a unique treatment that is customized to each client's needs. She mindfully and purposefully employs techniques that are specific to the individual's condition, allowing the client to experience a deeper level of connection, relaxation, and transformation. In her free time, she enjoys homeschooling her daughters, dreaming of tiny houses, reading tarot, and being artsy.