Pampered by J
Located at the historic Joslyn Castle carriage house

About the Practitioner

Hi! My name is Jacque Denney. I started this journey in 2006 at the Universal College of Healing Arts where I earned my diploma as a massage therapist in September of 2007. In November of 2007 I received my license to practice massage in the state of Nebraska. I have been professionally practicing massage ever since.

In March of 2008 I decided to venture out on my own and start up my own practice. Very scary stuff to be sure! Here I am though, how many years later, still doing it and still loving it! Along the way I have also worked at a couple of spas to gain that experience where I have met, and learned from, some great people.

One of those spas was at the Hilton Omaha downtown. Here I met people from all over the world and was told over and over again that my massage was one of the best, or the best massage ever received. So, rest assured when you have a session with me, you are receiving a world class massage.

I do what I do because I love to help people feel their best. I love to help people so much that I also moonlight as a registered nurse a few days a week as well. I love both careers and am lucky enough to be able to continue to do both.

Now a little about me personally. I am an avid outdoorswoman and volunteer my time as a committe member with the Women in the Outdoors-Omaha Longbeards Chapter where we organize events each year that help women to try new outdoorsy (yes, I make words up all the time) things that they may not have had a chance to try otherwise. I have also volunteered my skills and time in the past to working on the athletes at the Olympic Swim Trials.

To feed my creative side I am learning to play guitar. I love live music and go to concerts pretty frequently. Since I wasn't granted the gift of being able to draw or paint, I also refurbish furniture and do some photography as side hobbies. 

I have lived in Omaha all of my life, but love to visit other places via road trips. I LOVE road trips! I still have yet to travel outside of the U.S., although I would love to one day. This is where I call home and I hope to make you feel at home when you come to visit me, no matter where you are from.

I can't wait to see you soon!

Jacque Denney, LMT, RN