Jason Means, 36, sits in his new South Charleston massage therapy room. Means recently earned his licensed massage therapy certification and graduated from Mountain State School of Massage last month. The Post-9/11 G.I. Bill helped pay for his tuition, books, supplies and also provided him with a monthly stipend to make his new business a reality.
Jason Means opened his office to relieve body pains of other veterans. To continue his education even after he graduated, Means just took a class on giving massages to clients with Post-traumatic stress disorder
Jason Means said he and many of his fellow veterans would feel more comfortable and relaxed in a room that is not only professional but isn't a feng-shui environment.