Gail Kinsey

Owner & Senior Therapist

Gail has been practicing massage therapy in Hunterdon and Somerset county NJ since 1993. She is a pain relief specialist, both clinically and in sports applications, utilizing Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT), Deep Tissue Massage, Myofascial Release, Orthopedic Techniques, Posture Analysis, Assisted Stretching, Hot Stones, Swedish Massage and Manual Lymph Drainage. Gail is Board Certified in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (BCTMB) and a member of the AMTA (American Massage Therapy Association) an...

Gail has been practicing massage therapy in Hunterdon and Somerset county NJ since 1993. She is a pain relief specialist, both clinically and in sports applications, utilizing Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT), Deep Tissue Massage, Myofascial Release, Orthopedic Techniques, Posture Analysis, Assisted Stretching, Hot Stones, Swedish Massage and Manual Lymph Drainage. Gail is Board Certified in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (BCTMB) and a member of the AMTA (American Massage Therapy Association) and ABMP (Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals).

As an instructor at various massage schools over the years and owner/trainer/mentor at the Massage Therapy Group Gail has enjoyed teaching upcoming massage therapists advanced massage techniques. She is currently an adjunct professor at Warren County Community College teaching Neuromuscular Therapy in the Massage Certification Program.

Gail enjoys the challenge of solving problems and alleviating acute and chronic pain with an ongoing interest in muscular anatomy, using analytical skills and a host of hands-on techniques. Over the years she has taken many continuing education seminars notably studying with Judith Delany Walker of The International Neuromuscular Therapy Center, Paul St. John of Neurosomatic Educators whose work is based on Janet Travell M.D. and David Simons M.D.. Travell and Simons' two volume set of textbooks, Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction: The Trigger Point Manual (upper body published in 1983, lower body in 1992).

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Where I Work
Licenses
Massage

NJ # 18KT00680000

Education
1983

Albright College

AB Liberal Arts Concentration in Social Work

1993

Somerset School of Massage

Massage Therapy Certification

Experience
Bodywork

Neuromuscular Therapy & Instruction

As an instructor at various massage schools over the years and owner/trainer/mentor at the Massage Therapy Group Gail has enjoyed teaching upcoming massage therapists advanced massage techniques. She is currently an adjunct professor at Warren County Community College teaching Neuromuscular Therapy in the Massage Certification Program. Gail enjoys the challenge of solving problems and alleviating acute and chronic pain with an ongoing interest in muscular anatomy, using analytical skills and a host of hands-on techniques. Over the years she has taken many continuing education seminars notably studying with Judith Delany Walker of The International Neuromuscular Therapy Center, Paul St. John of Neurosomatic Educators whose work is based on Janet Travell M.D. and David Simons M.D.. Travell and Simons' two volume set of textbooks, Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction: The Trigger Point Manual (upper body published in 1983, lower body in 1992).

REVIEWS for my Bodywork services

by Jean on Sep 26
It was great to be back after 6 months! My body is much happier, thanks to Gail!
by Anonymous on Aug 31
Gail was very communicative , professional and knowledgeable , ensuring I was comfortable and receiving the work I needed. This was my first time here and I couldn't have been happier, after trying unsuccessfully to locate a good deep tissue massage. I felt immediate relief, I am returning again and highly recommend Gail.
by John on Aug 15
Quick to identify the issues. Very effective treatment
by Anonymous on Aug 14
Loved the wealth of knowledge Gail has in many aspects of health and wellness
by Anonymous on Jul 11
Gail is incredible. I told her what was bothering me, she targeted those spots and I left feeling better than I have in months. She also gave me some tips to help certain areas, as well as a recommendation for a PT. I highly recommend anyone with pain or an injury to see her.
by Jeanmarie on Mar 23
I like that I've seen progress in how my body feels. I like that when I leave I feel taller! I like that we talk during the massage. I'm looking forward to my next massage. . . not that I'm stressed. . .
by Bill on Feb 12
My usual comment: There's a reason I've been going to see Gail every 2-3 weeks for the past 5+ years.....
by Cathy on Feb 09
Gail is wonderful always checking to make sure I comfortable
by Donna on Jan 04
See above.
by Melissa on Jan 01
Always walk out feeling at least 75% better than I did when I walked in.

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