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Massage Therapy

The Boston Conservatory offers Massage Therapy services for students right on campus, for no cost.

All students are eligible for two 30-minute massage sessions each semester. Our massage therapist, Jennifer Hunt, sees students in the Counseling and Wellness Center. We are located on the lower level of 32 The Fenway.

Appointments are made online.

Here are some points to remember:

  • You cannot schedule two appointments back to back. If you do, your appointment will be canceled.
  • If you cannot make it to your appointment, you must call and/or email to cancel at least 24 hours in advance.
  • If you just don't show up to one appointment, you forfeit that appointment.
  • If that happens twice, you will not be allowed to schedule any more massage appointments during the semester.
  • To reschedule or cancel, refer to the confirmation email you receive after scheduling your appointment.

New appointments open up weekly, so if the times are full, keep checking back!

massage therapist working on patient's hand

Our Provider

A 2005 graduate of Spa-Tech Institute, Jennifer Hunt is a Licensed and Certified Massage Therapist with the state of Massachusetts. Jennifer also holds a certification in Pediatric Massage Therapy with the Little Kidz Foundation, having studied with Founder Tina Allen at the Bancroft School of Massage Therapy, Worcester, MA, in 2012. In addition, she also practices Level 1 Reiki, often infusing this gentle energy work into her regular muscular therapy sessions to create a unique and powerful therapeutic experience. A Professional Member of the Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals, Jennifer strives to continue to grow in the ever-evolving field of touch therapy. She has worked alongside incredibly gifted healers in this industry both with the mainstream public in her private practice, and with some high-profile clientele backstage before and after performances. Her goal as a muscular therapist is always to help facilitate the client's own natural ability to break through when "stuck" and to find a healthy balance in the mind, body, and spirit.

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