Jess grew up in London England before moving to Southern California over twenty years ago. With over twenty five years of experience as a professional action sports athlete Jess Dyrenforth is acutely aware of the stress and injuries that can come from pushing the body to its limits. His career transitioned from freestyle BMX to inline stunt, but the strain on his body remained constant. As the wear and tear on his body accumulated Jess started to take an interest in what he was doing to his body and how he could repair it.
One of the perks of Jess’s unique vocation as a professional athlete was that he got to travel the world for demos and competitions. This presented him with the opportunity to personally experience many different techniques and therapies from many different cultures. The treatments that Jess received in places like Thailand, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Korea, Great Britain, Brazil and China all had a profound influence on the way that he would form his own ideas about healing.
With over two thousand hours of specialized massage therapy and holistic health training, it is clear that the passion and energy Jess once devoted to pushing his body to its physical limits have now been redirected toward learning how to heal the body and return it to a place of optimum health. His background makes him uniquely qualified to identify and intimately understand the special needs of his clients. It is Jess’s goal to work with each client, identify their unique needs and then come up with a comprehensive plan to take them to their next level of wellbeing.In addition to Jess’s private services, he also contributes his time at the offices of acclaimed Physical Therapist Dr. Koh. Working closely with physical therapists has broadened Jess’s view of healing and has deepened his resolve to come up with comprehensive solutions to restoring health that goes beyond traditional massage.
Jess Dyrenforth is a Holistic Health Practitioner. His training and education include: Active Release Techniques (ART) Advanced Circulatory and Sports Massage, Deep Tissue Manipulation, Shiatsu, Thai Massage, Sports Injuries of the Shoulder, Knee and Ankle, CranioSacral, Reiki, Swedish Massage, Reflexology, NeuroMuscular Therapy, Prenatal Massage, Structural Analysis, Somatic Education, Structural Organization (otherwise known as Rolfing) Trigger Point Therapy and MyoFascial Release for pain relief, PNF Stretching and Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (otherwize known as Graston Technique).