Core Massage and Bodywork for Men: Pelvis, Hips, Thighs, Low Back and Abdomen

Neuromuscular Therapy 1 certificate Neuromuscular Therapy 2 certificate Neuromuscular Therapy 3 certificate Neuromuscular Therapy 4 certificate Kurashova Institute certificate Looyenwork certificate Certificate collage


My massage and bodywork training began with an extensive 1250-hour program at the Boulder College of Massage Therapy. A required 4th-semester internship was fulfilled working with the dancers of the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Company in Denver. I have since taken a wide variety of post-graduate courses and trainings, including Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular Therapy, Sportsmassage, and many others. The Sportsmassage trainings enabled me to obtain national certification in that discipline, which qualified me as a Sportsmassage Therapist to work directly with athletes at the Olympics, Goodwill Games, and Boston Marathon. I also worked with U.S.A. Judo as the national team prepared for the Olympics and World Championships.

I have been in private practice for 25 years, and am honored to work with a variety of wonderful clients. As a volunteer I've offered my massage and bodywork services to patients at California Pacific Medical Center and other health care organizations, and at local sports competitions. For more detailed information, see below.

A note about my work space: I have a separate room comfortably set up for massage and bodywork purposes. My Colorado Healing Arts table is high quality, extra-wide, has ample padding, and is topped with a fleece pad for extra cushioning. A face cradle gently supports your head, and I use 100% cotton flannel sheets and face cradle covers. The room is kept comfortably warm and I will gladly adjust the temperature to your liking (just ask!). Light, relaxing music plays in the background, either from my own collection or, if you prefer, a favorite CD from yours.

Visit my other website if you are interested in a more thorough discussion of the pelvic floor than what I have presented here. You can find it at


Boulder College of Massage Therapy in Boulder, Colorado: 4 semesters / 1250 hours. The curriculum:

Post Graduate Studies

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