Sustainable Wellness Massage is an environmentally-minded sports massage practice.  SWM provides therapeutic massage to active people, using sustainable products and practices.  This holistic approach supports the health of individuals, the community, and the environment.  Jenn O'Connor, the owner of SWM began providing sports massage to Team USA at the Olympic Training Center in 2013 and is proud to be part of the Medical Staff for the U.S. Paralympics Nordic Skiing Team for the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, Russia!

John Farra, Jenn O’Connor, and Omar Bermejo at the Empire State Games in Lake Placid, New York, 2013
Sustainable Wellness Massage has been supporting athletes for over twelve years, both in private practice and through various competitive and community oriented events and partnerships. Some favorites include the Olympic Training Center, 2014 Paralympic Winter Games, Killington State Race, Green Mountain Stage Race, Green Mountain Adventure Race Association,  New England Nordic Ski Association, Wanderlust Yoga Festival, Leadville 100 Mile Mountain Bike Race,  Kelly Brush Century, Bolder Boulder, Moab 24 Hour Mountain Bike Race, Leadville 100 Mile Trail Run, Burlington Yoga Conference, and Make a Wish Foundation.  Click here to learn more about Jenn


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Sustainable Products & Practices

• Support of Local Athletes
• Locally Crafted Oils
• Eco-friendly Cleaning Products 
• Community Partnerships
• Over Ten Years of Experience


"I underwent hip surgery in January 2014 and came back for the second half of the 2014 Mountain Bike World Cup season. It took a crew of people to get me from crutches to the 2014 World Championship podium, and Jenn O' Connor was an essential part of my support crew. In a normal season, I push my body hard, and I need a lot of bodywork to recover, to race at the highest level, and to prevent injuries. In this comeback season, bodywork was even more crucial. Jenn's massage helped me recover and return to racing my best season yet!"

- Lea Davison, Professional Mountain Biker, 2012 Olympian