Jami Kohlmann, LMT, CLT, CPT, CES, CAFS
Massage Services Coordinator & Personal Trainer
LMT, CLT, CPT, CES, CAFS
Education: Graduate of Body Therapy Center School of Massage, Associate of Applied Science from John A. Logan College, Associate of Applied Science in Radiography from Parkland College
Massage Certifications: Illinois state licensed in massage therapy, Certified Lymphedema Therapist
Fitness Certifications: National Council for Certified Personal Trainers, National Academy of Sports Medicine – Corrective Exercise Specialist, Gray Institute – Certification in Applied Functional Science®
Massage Techniques: Deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, massage cupping therapy, prenatal massage, Swedish/relaxation massage, hot stone massage, Bamboo-fusion®
Personal Training Focus/Emphasis: Rehab fitness, corrective exercise, functional movement, mobility & flexibility training
Interests: Animals, outdoor activities, decorating, human anatomy, true crime shows, spending time with family and friends
Personal quote: I find true purpose and fulfillment in my work, and feel fortunate to be able to say that. I have loved every bit of my massage career since 2003, having spent most of that time serving the Champaign-Urbana community. In 2014, I decided to marry my knowledge of the human body and soft tissue work with my love of fitness and became a personal trainer as well. Both of these avenues allow me to help people feel better, move better and live the best life they can!”
“Movement is a medicine for creating change in a person’s physical, emotional, and mental states.” -Carol Welch-Baril
Resources from Jami
"Whether you are prone to anxiety and panic attacks, or could just use some more relaxation in your life, using breathwork intentionally is a great easy way to improve your mental and physical...
"A successful therapy requires harmony of the physical and psychological functions in order to achieve a restoration of the body in its entirety." — Dr. Max GersonMind-Body Connection: A Negative...
How often do you think of your nervous system? Ironically, most people never do! But it’s always busy working to keep you moving, alive, and able to function in many different ways in your life. It...
Studies are showing that more and more people are tired of being tired, overworked, overstretched and unwell. Those same studies are showing that more and more people are actively practicing self-care and experiencing more joy and better quality of life as a result. By definition: self-care is “the practice of taking an active role in protecting one’s own well-being and happiness.” However, this can mean so many different things to an individual and you really have to find things that are meaningful to you and that make sense in your life.