Clayton Leinneweber is considered by many to be the top massage therapist in Oklahoma City. We’re delighted that he decided to pursue certification as a Master Myoskeletal Therapist (MMT). Achieving this certification, one of the highest standards for a massage professional, is no small feat. It takes a burning desire to get results for your clients and a great deal of commitment. You can find out more about him below. He can help you resolve pain problems that many other allied health professions struggle with, including back pain, injuries, and headaches. If you’re looking for massage therapy in Oklahoma City, give Clayton a call.
I’ve always been drawn to healthcare. I first decided to go to nursing school, but as I neared the end of that program, I realized that while nursing is a worthwhile profession, I personally wanted a more hands-on approach to treatment with more focus on preventative care. I wanted to help people with their health in a way that could possibly keep them from the need for surgical intervention. While exploring other options, I came across a massage therapy school and began my journey of therapeutic bodywork. After completing the massage program and beginning my career as a Licensed Massage Therapist, I was not satisfied with only helping people relax with a good massage. I wanted to make a more significant impact, and I began searching for ways that I could increase my knowledge and skill to better help my clients. Constantly learning and improving is something I strive for. I want to continually grow and evolve as a therapist. In this pursuit, I found that Erik Dalton’s Myoskeletal Alignment work resonated with me. I loved the idea of helping people dealing with chronic discomfort and pain find relief and healing by guiding the body into a functioning balance. I decided that I needed to learn as much as I could about this bodywork system and started a deep dive into Erik’s courses. Completing my master’s certification in Myoskeletal Alignment has forever changed the way I see and approach my work. Having excellent technique is all well and good, but knowing how and when to intelligently apply it is something that becoming a Master Myoskeletal Therapist has greatly influenced. I can’t wait to continue my work as a MMT and am excited about deepening my understanding as I apply this incredible bodywork system!
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma