- Massage 

in Blue Hill, ME

Description: Mend is a space to come for repair. Here we focus on your needs whether it be massage therapy, functional movement solutions or clothing alterations we will create the space right for you.
Additional Info: Through many techniques of massage, and Stretching we will work to decrease discomfort. Through ideas of functional movement we will work on more efficient movement patterns. Need to hem a pair of pants? we can do that too.
Logo: Mend
Phone: 2072178670
Address: 165 Ellsworth Rd
Suit 1A
Blue Hill ME 04614
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Business Hours: Monday- 9:30 to 8:00 Tuesday- 9:30 to 7:00 Wednesday- 9:30 to 6:00 Thursday- 9:30 to 5:00 Friday- 9:30 to 5:00
Payment Types Accepted: Cash, Check
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Jesse Dunham
Jesse Dunham

A native of Maine, I grew up learning the discipline of movement with the Robinson Ballet Company in Bangor. After graduating High School I attended college at Marymount Manhattan College in New York City and graduated in 2009 with a BFA in modern dance. I then became a dancer with the STEPS Repertory Ensemble working closely with choreographers such as, Azure Barton, Sean Curran, Benoit Swan Pouffer, Camille Brown and Cherice Barton. I also began working for Equinox Fitness Club becoming a Tier 3 personal Trainer gaining knowledge in strength training and nutrition fitness and enjoyed working with clients on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. I was asked to join the Wardrobe department of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater where I fit, altered and maintained costumes as well as managed crew both in NYC and on tour. I was fortunate for the next 6 years to travel nationally and internationally with some of the best dancers in the country, maintaining my personal training certification throughout. I left my Ailey family and began working with the American Ballet Theater as female corps wardrobe supervisor in January of 2020. The Coronavirus pandemic shut down the Theater world in March of 2020 and, with difficulty, decided to move back home to Maine where I could be closer to my family. Since moving back, I have continued my interest and focus in bodywork and graduated from Downeast School of Massage Therapy. I continue to realize everyday that touch and community play a very important role in the balance of self, the body and society in general. The more we work together the better we will be.