I have been interested in movement and the human body for my entire life. As a lifelong dancer, anatomy, physiology and kinesiology have always been a keen interest of mine. I became interested in neuromuscular therapy after receiving treatment for many years on a regular basis to treat myofascial pain. It made a huge difference in my life and led me down the path of becoming a Myofascial Pain Specialist.
After receiving my National Board Certification in Massage Therapy in 2010, I decided to specialize in the clinical side of massage. While working at Marathon PT and Sports Medicine, I became interested in advanced problem solving massage therapy, which led me to become certified in Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy. I trained with Stew Wild and Katie Adams at 360NMT in the Boston area for several years prior to focusing exclusively on my private practice.
I have had the privilege to study with many leaders in the field of myofascial pain and neuromuscular therapy including Judith DeLany, Mary Biancalana, Leon Chaitow, Joe Musculino, James Waslaski and Ben Benjamin.
My lifelong interests have included over 30 years of studying dance, tai chi, fitness and health. I was a Doula and Childbirth Educator for many years while studying to be a midwife before receiving my training from the Muscular Therapy Institute in Watertown.
My interests outside of the treatment room include my sweet feathered friends (backyard chickens), cycling, studying dance, playing music, hiking, historical costumed events, traveling and exploring this big world we live in.
The body is amazing, and feeling good in our bodies is so important as we move through the dance of life. Let’s take care of the one we have.