I've been a Massage Therapist since 1987, the year I graduated from the American School of Massage Therapy. I studied Neuromuscular Therapy in 1992 under the tutelage of Judith Walker Delaney. I joined the staff at the ASHA School of Massage in Atlanta, GA in 1997 as an Assistant Instructor of Neuromuscular Therapy. I became a full-fledged Instructor of Neuromuscular Therapy in 1999 and held that position until the school's closing in early 2013. I am currently a professor of Deep Tissue therapy at Georgia Christian University in Doraville. I have maintained a private practice in the Atlanta area during my entire career in which I've worked very closely with numerous chiropractors and medical doctors. I specialize in chronic pain relief.
I believe that good massage therapy happens when the therapist works with the client, not against the client. I access the deepest layer of muscles with a gentle, science-based approach that doesn't leave the client feeling brutalized! Highly-skilled therapists know that it is never proper to force the release of a muscle!