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Benjamin Stone

I have been a massage therapist since 2003 and learning has always been a staple of my career. I have attended numerous massage therapy workshops and collected a small library of massage books. Erik Dalton has been an educator that I have learned from through his articles in several massage publications. A few years ago …

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Jodi Collins

Jodi was led to massage as a career through her own journey of injury and subsequent recovery. In late 2002, Jodi was in a car accident that significantly impacted her ability to be active in life. Like many people, she came up against many obstacles in physical therapy and at one time despaired of ever …

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Heather Norlander

The best part of being an MMT is hearing the THANK YOUS! I cannot tell you how many times I see people who have been through every single kind of doctor, chasing the pain for years, and they come see me a few times and get lasting relief. These proven techniques have allowed me to …

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Robert Saxton

For years, I’ve been plagued with shoulder issues, and I’ve had two orthopedic surgeons tell me to get out of the bodywork profession altogether. Yet, here I am, writing this and still trucking thanks in large part to M.A.T. I’d like to extend many thanks to Erik Dalton and numerous members of the Dalton Gang …

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Joel Orozco

Two teachers in massage school encouraged me to focus on the medical aspect of massage. While still in school, they introduced me to Erik Dalton’s work and the door to an unknown dimension of bodywork was opened. I crossed it and found the answers to many questions right before me. The rest is history. However, …

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Mirjam de Groot

Directly after graduating university I started my career in business as a projects manager. After working several years in the field, I felt the need for more “human being stuff” in my daily work. I went on to complete my massage education in the Netherlands, and then began searching for a program that embodied practical …

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Rebecca Olcott

I received my massage education in 2013 from Community Care College in Tulsa, Oklahoma. In August of 2014, I became a Licensed Massage Therapist. However, after school, I felt that there was still much more to learn in order to be an effective bodyworker. At that time, my mentor introduced me to Erik Dalton’s Foundational …

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Adelina Canolli

I started my career in the health and wellness field as a personal trainer extraordinaire. I’ve always loved helping people achieve their goals, but in many ways, I was unsure of how to help with their pain and injury conditions. In 2018, I started working with a ‘hands-on’ mentor to improve my corrective exercise practice …

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Lisa Clines

My passion has always been centered around helping others heal from their aches and pains so they can continue with life without the stress caused by chronic pain. I started my journey into health and wellness in the personal training and corrective exercise fields, as I am also very passionate about my personal path of …

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Haekyong Visneski

At age 45 and years in retail sales, I decided to change career paths. After finishing massage school and getting my license, I realized that ‘rubbing down’ clients for an hour wasn’t really helping those seeking pain relief and improved quality of life. So, I enrolled and graduated from a medical massage certification course. Unfortunately, …

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Mira Schoppe

I was born in Downeast Maine on a small family farm. I was raised with a holistic approach to nutrition, health, and wellness. This built a strong foundation of healthy eating, exercising, and supporting a healthy mind and spirit. I became a LMT in 2012 and opened my own business. I have worked with clients …

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Jessica Chase Lockard

I started out in massage thinking it was going to be a temporary thing, a steppingstone in my career path. But, as I began work with clients, I discovered I had a real passion for helping others achieve pain free movement and better function. I stumbled upon Erik Dalton’s work through his published articles in …

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Karie Harward

After spending over a decade in the medical field in pre-nursing, exercise science, personal training (NSCA) and medical coding (orthopedic and anesthesiology), I had come to terms that prevention may be the missing link. I remember coming home distraught after reading failed surgeries and seeing continuous medications to ease pain and thinking there had to …

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Valance Humphrey

My journey with Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques started in 2018 after seeing a Facebook post from a recent graduate of Erik’s Master Myoskeletal Therapist program. They spoke highly of the experience, and it caught my attention. At first, I was a bit hesitant, but eventually enrolled in the Treating Trapped Nerves course. I found it to …

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Tony Chavez

My name is Tony Chavez, born and raised in Waco, Texas. For 15 years, my background has included professional coaching, personal training, and various medical professional jobs. During this time, I’ve spent countless hours training and treating injured students and athletes on and off the field. I’m always looking for new ways to better enable …

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Benjamin King

Nine years ago I took my first class from Erik Dalton and now in my 21st year of practice, my work has truly been elevated to a whole new level. The combination of MAT and other pain management modalities (along with my God given ability for massage) has produced truly amazing results. My clients have …

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Michael Charron

I graduated from massage therapy school in 2006, but didn’t start working in the field until 2015. I began my career in a CrossFit gym, where I learned how to work with athletes and clients in chronic pain. I opened my own clinic in Putnam, Connecticut in 2017 while still working my full-time job in …

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Brenda Hill

I have spent a lifetime learning and healing people. My first career was as a Registered Nurse working in a Neonatal Intensive Care unit. After taking a break to raise my family, I looked into my next foray in the healing professions. My own personal healing after a neck injury and surgery led me to …

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David Secrest

Bodywork helped me overcome a hip injury that I had suffered in high school, so I knew when I started massage school that I wanted to focus more on clinical and sports related therapies. For about 2 years after graduating massage school, I searched for modalities and bodywork approaches that would help me grow my …

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Sandra Larsen

I graduated “The Swedish Institute for Massage” in 2008. While in school, I took notice of Erik’s courses and was very interested in learning from him. Most of my previous years as an LMT focused on medical massage, and now that the opportunity arose, I committed myself to learning and applying his teachings… and my …

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