Kimberly Greer

Quality of life over quantity every time.

A body in motion tends to stay in motion (Newton's First Law of Motion). We are designed to move; however, muscles have memory. Injury, overuse, activity, inactivity, or just habit -- all these have an effect on our ability to move freely. In my practice, I help you maintain or restore movement and flexibility while reducing pain, so your body can have pain-free motion.


I first began my massage therapy education in the early 1990's at Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy in Newington, Connec...

A body in motion tends to stay in motion (Newton's First Law of Motion). We are designed to move; however, muscles have memory. Injury, overuse, activity, inactivity, or just habit -- all these have an effect on our ability to move freely. In my practice, I help you maintain or restore movement and flexibility while reducing pain, so your body can have pain-free motion.


I first began my massage therapy education in the early 1990's at Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy in Newington, Connecticut. Through the years, I have studied and practiced Neuromuscular Therapy, Trigger Point Therapy, Soft Tissue Release, Medical Massage, Myoskeletal Alignment, and most recently Myokinesthetic Technique.


While each of these techniques can and do stand alone, I integrate them into our sessions based on your goals. I believe your body has the capacity to heal itself, and therefore, help you learn ways to regain and maintain pain-free living long after you've moved on from our work together.





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Licenses
Massage

NC # 1631

Education
1991

Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy

Experience
Bodywork

Medical Massage

I received my Master's Level Medical Massage through LMT Success Group in the early part of this century, and refreshed my knowledge in 2012.

Soft Tissue Release

Studied under Stuart Taws, British Sports Therapy, in the late 1990's. Soft Tissue Release integrates massage, movement, and stretching. It's a wonderful technique for relieving restrictions and pain.

Myokinesthetic System

Most recently, I am a Certified Myokinesthetic System (MYK) Practitioner. MYK was developed by Michael Uriarte, DC. Through postural analysis and pain/symptoms, I determine the most likely spinal nerve that's causing your discomfort, then I address the muscles along that nerve path. You will feel an immediate change, but keep in mind, muscles and nerves have memory. So, as with any other modality, several sessions are required to effect change.

REVIEWS for my Bodywork services

by Ray on Sep 19
Kim never fails to find areas of my body that need attention! I can really tell a difference in how I feel after MYK and a massage. I am having less leg pain and headaches!
by Barry on Jul 13
She was willing to meet after hours. Very professional and knowledgeable. Excellent massage. She was friendly. I will be back again!
by Duane on Apr 19
Everything was great. My muscles were loose, relaxed and painless. Duane
by Chris on Feb 17
In 3 weeks time Kim has taken away most of my pain, increased my range of motion, and given me back the ability to do even simple household chores that had originally brought me immense pain before I started therapy with her. I can now perform my job, which consists of sitting behind a computer for eight hours a day, without the crippling effects that it used to have on my body. I feel like a new person!
by Chris on Feb 17
In 3 weeks time Kim has taken away most of my pain, increased my range of motion, and given me back the ability to do even simple household chores that had originally brought me immense pain before I started therapy with her. I can now perform my job, which consists of sitting behind a computer for eight hours a day, without the crippling effects that it used to have on my body. I feel like a new person!
by Tom on Jan 20
Like the explaining of what was being preformed and the results was very good.
by Bonnie on Nov 25
I always feel like a new person when I leave!
by Anonymous on Nov 10
I really liked the assessment and then the benefits of targeted areas being massaged.
by Debbie on Sep 17
Hurting since previous back injury laying on bed can't do it. legs are very sensitive and hurting where the pressure was put can't tell if there's any difference but I only went one time not enough to tell yet
by Anonymous on Sep 14
Greatly improved the discomfort I was feeling!

SPECIALTIES: Bodywork and Massage techniques I perform

Bodywork & Massage

  • Sports Massage
  • Myokinesthetic System
  • Other
  • Mobile Myokinesthetic System