2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
"Craig is different; he listens to both what you tell him as well as what his hands tell him and tailors his massage accordingly.”
- Pete V, Boston
I treat clients using a mixture of modalities studied and developed since I began my practice in early 2003. My bodywork education began at the MUSCULAR THERAPY INSTITUTE in Cambridge, Mass., where I learned the Benjamin System of Muscular Therapy - a combination of SWEDISH, DEEP, and SPORTS techniques aimed at evaluating and undoing dysfunctions in the body.
Through continuing education, working alongside doctors, physical therapists, and chiropractors, I continue to enhance my ability in treating injury and promoting the body's own ability to heal. This is achieved
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through specific CROSS-FRICTIONING of damaged tissues, MYOFASCIAL RELEASE, and de-activation of trigger points using NEUROMUSCULAR THERAPY, as well as ACTIVE and PASSIVE stretching. Soon we will be offering personal Corrective Exercize Training to address muscle imbalances that result in injury.
For many people massage is a way to relieve everyday SORENESS and STRESS. My past experience also includes work in Boston spas and hotels, including Langham Hotel, Etant, and Bodyworkers of Boston
Before studying massage therapy I worked for seven years as a business journalist and editor, with a degree in Political Science from Ursinus College in eastern Pennsylvania.
I am a fully licensed massage therapist (LMT) and insured as a member of the AMERICAN MASSAGE THERAPY ASSOCIATION. (AMTA).
A graduate of Brancroft School of Massage, Sandy boasts more than 20 years of experience and does some amazing deep tissue and sports work, as well and relaxation bodywork. Additionally she is certified in pre-natal massage and myofascial release.
She is a performing artist and mother. Sandy holds a Massachusetts massage license and is an insured member of the AMTA. Likewise, Sandy has studied with Ben Benjamin and sports/structural guru Bob King.
Bruce is a graduate of The Massage School in Boston's South End. He has been a practicing physician for over 25 years and pursued massage training for new techniques in healing and injury prevention. He also has an acute understanding of the role stress plays in our daily lives and uses his massage skills to promote inner calm. Bruce has a B.A in Fine Arts from Syracuse University and received his MD degree from the University of Rochester.
12 Clarendon Street
South End, Boston, MA 02116