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Massage therapy business opens in Spring Hope

Posted on January 9, 2022

Updated on January 10, 2022

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Brandilyn Jobe stands outside her new business, Unkinked Massage Therapy, which recently opened in the old Alford Building on downtown Spring Hope’s Main Street.

Lindell J. Kay | Enterprise

Brandilyn Jobe stands outside her new business, Unkinked Massage Therapy, which recently opened in the old Alford Building on downtown Spring Hope’s Main Street.

lkay@springhopeenterprise.com | 252-265-8117

SPRING HOPE — Seven years ago, Bailey native Brandilyn Jobe held two jobs. But she wanted more out of life.

Jobe was an assistant manager at a pizza restaurant and worked part-time at a big-box retail store. She finally had enough of it.

“People were rude, the work was thankless and the pay was awful,” Jobe said. “I wanted something that was the exact opposite of what I was doing.”

After some soul-searching, Jobe attended massage therapy school in Greenville. She earned her massage and bodywork therapy license in 2016.

“It proved to be the best decision of my life,” she said.

Jobe spent the last several years honing her skills at a Raleigh business and the Spa at 1010 Nash in Wilson. Now she’s ready to go it alone.

Jobe has opened an office and massage station named Unkinked Massage Therapy in the old Alford Building on downtown Spring Hope’s Main Street.

A Momeyer resident, Jobe, 28, said Spring Hope is perfectly positioned for her business. She has clients who travel from Wilson, Raleigh, Rocky Mount and Goldsboro.

“I like the area,” Jobe said. “I set up shop here because it’s centrally located. I’m not going anywhere.”

​Jobe said she has a passion for helping clients manage their pain, find comfort and make progress. It keeps her motivated and engaged in the massage therapy industry. She said her mission is to create individualized treatment plans for every client and provide the most relevant massage techniques to meet specific needs and goals.​

Jobe uses massage therapy to manage pain in clients’ necks and backs and help with pregnancies. She sees clients by appointment only at her new location, 109 W. Main St.

To make an appointment, visit unkinkedmassage.com.

Jobe has a strong social media presence with pages on Facebook, Instagram and more.

“I’m on all the things,” Jobe said.

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