Tawni Bennett
Tawni Bennett

β€œ15 minutes heat, 15 minutes ice. Alternate that as many times as you would like, just be sure to end on ice.”

Passions and Influences

Tawni has passion for everything she puts her mind to. In addition to being a massage therapist, she is trained as a Master Herbalist. Tawni received her initial training from the Utah College of Massage Therapy, graduating in 2013. She has additional training in Reiki, Hot Stones, Chakra, Essential Oils and Aromatherapy. She is a mom and treehugger. She loves kayaking, music, gardening, and cooking.

Tawni Bennett

Owner, Licensed Massage Therapist

Tawni has enjoyed improving the lives of clients with massage therapy and educating them so they can be the ones ultimately in control of their health. She has increased her influence to include other massage therapists. After years of dreaming, she is working alongside the other owner, Amy Kimball, creating a clinic where massage therapists have full employee benefits and a career with a retirement. A clinic where therapists love their workplace and feel appreciated and valued for their efforts. 

“I am so grateful for the opportunities here at Ogden Massage for Pain Relief.

“I have always been passionate about the health field. My love for herbs and tea started me on the journey of alternative health when I was 19. I studied independently to learn how to better take care of myself.. This path lead me to meet some extraordinary people who encouraged me to expand my knowledge and to help others by starting my career in massage therapy. 

“Through the power of Positive, Therapeutic Touch I have seen some of the most amazing  transformations in people.  The best part of my job is to witness clients making progress towards their health and wellness goals. 

“In 2021, I graduated from The School of Natural Healing, where I went back to my roots of studying the medicinal properties of plants and herbs. I met aspiring herbalists from around the globe. And experienced herbalists, David Christopher, Dr. Christopher Hobbs, and Dr. Earendil Spindelilus, who have taught countless people how to use herbal aids for themselves and others.

“I truly love my job and the potential that therapeutic touch can have. I continue to meet some of the most brilliant minds in body work, and am so blessed to be working with them.”

β€œThe path to wellness is not linear. Every journey is unique.”