In 1994, I completed a 600-hour Massage Therapy Program at The Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy.From 2005 to 2009, I worked as a Sports Massage Therapist at ESPN in Bristol, Connecticut.
My primary role was to work with sports- and work-related injuries in their sports performance facility.
I have also served as an applied biomechanics consultant for the fitness staff at Canyon Ranch, The Greenbrier, and ESPN.I have held a license to practice Massage Therapy for over 20 years.
For the first 18 years of my career I was a nationally certified personal trainer. During that time, I completed thousands of hours of one-on-one training sessions. And I went on to teach biomechanics to personal trainers and group exercise Instructors throughout New England.In 2009, my wife and I moved to Dallas, Texas.
Not too long after we arrived in the state that we now call home, I was fortunate to find work at Luke’s Locker – a family owned specialty running shoe store. After two years of working at their high-end store, I became proficient at fitting running shoes. I also came to understand the impact that a running shoe can have on the human chain.
Prior to teaching Applied Anatomy & Kinesiology at The Parker University School of Massage Therapy in Dallas Texas, I taught Kinesiology and Advanced Kinesiology of the Lower Extremity at The Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy.I’ve been on the faculty at Parker University for 6 years.
I’m a member in good standing with the AMTA
(American Massage Therapy Association) and the ABMP
(Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals).Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions. I am always happy to answer any questions and/or concerns that you may have.
Feel free to reach out to me here: firstname.lastname@example.org hide