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West Australian Ballet’s production of La Bayadere: The Temple Dancer

His Majesty’s Theatre recently held the production of the West Australian Ballet’s production of La Bayadere: The Temple Dancer. Among the dedicated team behind the scenes was our very own senior remedial massage therapist Jesse Jacobs, who provided remedial massage treatments to the ballet dancers throughout their performances, spanning from the 12th to 20th of April.


Drawing from his own background in ballet, Jesse boasts a wealth of experience, and has worked for many years as a massage therapist for the West Australian Ballet. His expertise extends to offering massage treatments to the dancers both before, during, and after their performances. Jesse comes from a Ballet background himself and has worked for numerous years as the massage therapist for the West Australian Ballet providing massage treatments to the dancers prior, during and post performances. Throughout the recent run of La Bayadere, Jesse was backstage, offering remedial massage treatments to the ballerinas. His commitment was such that he often remained at the venue until as late as 12 a.m., ensuring the dancers' optimal recovery and well-being.

 

With over a decade of experience in the industry, Jesse is one of our most experienced senior remedial massage therapists, having joined our clinic in 2010. His dedication is evident in his approach to his work, as he provides high-quality treatments to a diverse range of clients. Jesse has a particular passion for ongoing pain management and adopts a highly client-centered approach, aiming to identify the root causes of issues and create comprehensive treatment plans tailored to each individual.



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