Education
and 
Training

 

The techniques I use are NOT typical relaxation massage techniques. Instead, they are a customized combination of osteopathic therapies I have learned and continue to learn from Pursuit Physical Therapy. This approach to treatment is based on the philosophy that all the body's systems are interconnected, and treatment needs to consider and address them all to be successful. Mobilization is key to regaining range of motion and good health.

I limit my use of these manual therapy techniques to the scope and practice of massage therapy.

Continuing Education

  • ​Lower Extremity: Palpatory Guide to Dysfunction, 16 CEUs

  • Upper Extremity: The Multi-Tool Restored, 16, CEUs

  • Thorax in Posture and Gait, 16 CEUs

  • Pelvis in Gait, 48 CEUs

  • PSNS I Revisited: Head Zone's Limbic System Treatment, 16 CEUs

  • PSNS III: Dental Procedures Manual Approach, 16 CEUs

  • Visceral Manipulation I: Pelvic Structures, 16 CEUs

  • Visceral Manipulation II: Oropharynx to Sub-diaphragmatic Structures, 16 CEUs

  • Visceral Manipulation III: Sub-Diaphragmatic Structures, 16 CEUs

  • Visceral Manipulation IV: Vascular Neurochemical Structural Treatment, 16 CEUs

  • Pediatric Treatment I, 16 CEUs

  • Pediatric Patient II: Neonate to Pre-Pubescent, 16 CEUs

  • Cranio-Cervical Complex in Posture, 16 CEUs

  • The Electrical Cranium, 16 CEUs

  • Osteopathic Medical Sciences I, 16 CEUs

  • Osteopathic Medical Sciences II, 16 CEUs

Licensed Massage Therapist, 2021

Myotherapy College of Utah -- More than 850 hours of training and clinical experience.

 

Master of Educational Studies, 2011

University of Phoenix -- Specialized in skills to teach all students with every combination of learning strengths, including adult education.​