Adam Goodrich

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License

  • Massage, OH #16201
  • PTA (Physical Therapist Assistant), # 09090

Education

  • Mercy College of Northwest Ohio
  • Marion Technical College

Specialties

Bodywork & Massage

  • Deep Tissue

Adam Goodrich

"Be the change you wish to see in the world." -Ghandi

AS A RESULT OF EXTENSIVE MEDICAL TREATMENT AT THE NATIONWIDE CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL IN COLUMBUS, OHIO, ADAM KNEW HE WANTED TO HELP PEOPLE BY WORKING IN THE HEALTHCARE FIELD. IN HIGH SCHOOL, HE DECIDED TO STUDY PHARMACY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO. IN HIS FIRST YEAR, HOWEVER, ADAM DECIDED TO PURSUE A CAREER THAT WOULD HELP PEOPLE ACHIEVE A PATH TO HEALTH AND WELLNESS IN A MORE NATURAL WAY, WHICH LED HIM TO MERCY COLLEGE OF OHIO TO EARN AN ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE OF SCIENCE IN THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE IN MA... more

Where I Work

Wellness Center  
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825 S. Main St., Findlay, OH 45840 Map it

Licenses

Massage, OH # 16201
PTA (Physical Therapist Assistant), # 09090

 

Education

2007
Mercy College of Northwest Ohio
Associates of Science in Therapeutic Massage
2013
Marion Technical College
Associate of Applied Science Physical Therapist Assisting Technology

 

Notable Experiences

Bodywork
Certified Myoskeletal Alignment Therapist
Adam has attended several workshops for MAT by Erik Dalton and has been certified in many levels of the program. MAT using techniques while thinking about the Myofascial layers all the way down to the bone. The goal of MAT is to recognize and treat strain patterns so that they are corrected before they become pain patterns.
Certified IASTM provider.
Adam has been certified in IASTM or Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization. This entails using stainless steel instruments that easily identify areas of dysfunction in the Myofascia and help correct these dysfunctions.
Certified in Soma Cupping.
Adam is certified in Soma Cupping which combines cupping therapy with Myofascial Release by using silicone cups and a lubricant to drag the cups along the client's skin once they have been applied. This technique provides the benefits of increased circulation that results from the negative pressure that comes from the suctioned cup to the area of dysfunction or adhesion along with the soft tissue mobilization benefits that result from the movement of the cups.

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Erin C.
Nov 2016
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Service Received
60 minute massage
5
Wonderful experience! Especially for my first ever prenatal massage.
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5.0
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5.0
Richard L.
Apr 2016
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60 minute massage
5
Professionalism and experience.
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5.0
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5.0