Due to our community being in the RED zone for COVID-19 we are currently on pause for seeing clients at this time.  If you have an emergency or are in desperate need of any appointment please contact me at:

 Jen:  406-471-6423;

When resume:  due to continued presence of COVID19 in our community and to keep all of our clients, staff and tenants and their clients in our building safe, we will be observing the following protocols:

Prior to your appointment, please self assess your health honestly. If you have ANY of the following symptoms, please contact your therapist and reschedule.  


If you have travelled within 14 days outside of Montana by airplane or have had contact with anyone known or suspected to have been exposed to, or if you have tested positive with COVID19, please reschedule.  

For safety, we kindly reserve the right to refuse service to anyone who based on the above is assessed to be of high risk to COVID19.   

When you arrive at your appointment, your therapist will meet you at the door downstairs to greet you and let you into the building.  We will be wearing masks, and require you to do the same.  If you need one, we will have a disposable mask for you to use.  

Please wash or sanitize your hands when you arrive, which we will have available for your use. 

Our treatment room will be thoroughly cleaned, disinfected and aired out between each client.  We will also be running a quiet air purifier in the treatment room with HEPA filter and UV light to filter the air to help keep things fresh and clean. 

Each therapist will be masked, have protective glasses, and will be changing masks and shirts between each client.

Laundry will be professionally cleaned or laundered carefully with hot water.  You are invited to bring your own sheets if you prefer.  If you choose to BYO, please bring a twin set, top and bottom and a pillow case.  Or we can arrange for you to have your very own set that you bring in to each session.  

THANK YOU!  It is an honor and a privilege to work with you to optimize your wellness potential.

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We offer a full range of therapeutic massage and bodywork services designed to enhance your health and well being.

Choose from Deep Tissue, Relaxation, Pre/Post Natal, Geothermal Therapy with Hot River Stones or Himalayan Salt Stones, and Mini tune ups.  All massages include therapeutic grade essential oils, high quality jojoba oil, in a warm and comfortable studio located in beautiful Downtown Whitefish, Montana.

We can often accommodate couples and small groups who are looking to schedule simultaneously.  Please call or email to make arrangements.

Deep Tissue

Are you suffering from painful muscle aches? A deep, therapeutic massage can help the body release toxins, alleviate pain, and assist in increased mobility of a constricted musculature.  Specific point work in problem areas will assist your body to release tension and reduce pain. A deep tissue massage will help to loosen muscles, eliminate trigger points, increase circulation, restore range of motion, address compensations, loosen scar tissue,  relieve pain from injuries,  and helps speed recovery from soft tissue injuries.

Relaxation Massage

Are you suffering from neck tension, headaches, stress, or insomnia? An energy balancing flowing massage, will help the body relax, regain balance, and restore inner peace.  A relaxation massage will help to reduce anxiety and depression, improve circulation, heighten mental alertness, reduce muscle tension, improve skin tone, and reduces stress hormones.  All these amazing benefits!  Have you booked yet?

Pregnancy Massage

Are you feeling the aches and soreness from your pregnancy? Pregnancy massage can help provide relief to the sore muscles as your body grows new life. We use a special Pregnancy Body Cushion so that you can lie face down comfortably to enjoy a healing and rejuvenating massage with one of our experienced therapists, each of whom are Mothers. A Pregnancy massage will help you relax, relieve discomfort from your changing body, and address compensations from your body’s changes during pregnancy.

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Whitefish Massage Therapy practices an integrated and wholistic therapeutic approach to massage. We are client centered and work with each individual to optimize your experience, restoring balance, assisting in healing and release of tension for each session.

Jen Elden, LMT

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Jen practices an integrated therapeutic approach to her massage work.   A typical massage with Jen will be variable in pressure, depending on how your body is responding to touch that day. Some days, for some areas, deep may be what you need. Another moment, the body may release with a lighter touch. She will work with you to get to that optimal place to restore balance, assist in healing, and promote release for each session.  

In recent years, Jen has taken advantage of several incredible training opportunities with Brian Utting, one of the top massage teachers in the country, with Pacific Northwest School of Massage. Coursework in Deep Tissue Massage of the Shoulders, Neck, Back, Legs, and Lumbar Ligaments have honed her skills for precise and effective deep work to help facilitate muscle release and help eliminate pain.  She also has training in Positional Release Technique, Reiki, Craniosacral Therapy, Balinese, Thai, and Hot Stone/Geothermal Massage.

Jen earned a BA in Environmental Studies from Rollins College (1996) and is a graduate The Good Medicine School of Massage in Whitefish, Montana (2008), maintains Massage Therapy License with the State of Montana, National Certification by the Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork, and also is a Registered Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance.  She completed 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training locally with Shanti Yoga Studio in 2017 and is available to assist clients with Yoga to help them care for their bodies and address their areas of concern.  She has serviced a wide array of clients during her tenure, with the goal to assist each person to optimize their health and well being. Jen also strives to take exceptional care of herself through massage, yoga, acupuncture, exercise in the beautiful mountain landscape, whole food nutrition, and willingly offers insights and referrals to other therapies that can further assist her clients on their healing journey.  Jen is the owner of Whitefish Massage Therapy.

Angela Joy Boyce, LMT

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Angela is Licensed Massage Therapist, Board Certified in Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork through NCBTMB and a member of American Massage Therapy Association. In addition, she received the title Natural Therapeutics Specialist (NTS) from New Mexico School of Natural Therapeutics for her studies of various holistic modalities. She is a birth doula and midwife’s assistant and has been attending births for over 10 years. After attending births is various different roles and settings, Angela is currently engaged in the RN Program at Flathead Valley Community College which is the building block to her end goal of becoming a Certified Nurse Midwife. She is trained in the following modalities: Prenatal & Postnatal Massage/Bodywork, Craniosacral Therapy, Reflexology, TCM/Acupressure, Flower Essences and Hot Stone Massage. She practices Integrative Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork, using aspects of different holistic modalities to assist the body in releasing, relaxing and balancing.

Angela and her husband welcomed their first child into this world June 2010. As a family, they enjoy: camping, hiking, being at the lakes, preparing meals, gardening, canoe trips and soaking in hot springs.

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Our Location

244 Spokane Ave

Suite 3

Whitefish, Mt 59937


Directions:  Traveling North into Whitefish on Hwy 93, take a Left onto Third Street and park anywhere on road, or travel a block, cross Central Avenue, and park in the Free Public Parking Lot next to Sweet Peaks Ice Cream and Great Northern Cycles.  Our Studio is above Bookworks and Third Street Market Natural Food Store. Enter through the glass door, it says Offices, off of the patio area next to Bookworks. Come up the stairs and we are in Suite 3, down the hall, on the left.  Handicapped access is available.  Please notify us if you need assistance.  



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