I started my bodywork career 8 years ago after a stressful 20 years in Corrections. I was looking for a profession I could enjoy, take pride in, and reduce the stress in my life….massage was the perfect match. My background in martial arts, emergency medicine, and a variety of athletic endeavors set the stage for helping people with hands-on work. My own personal experiences dealing with sports injuries provided a clear picture of the problems associated with pain and healing. Soon I realized those same stresses and injuries occur in everyone, not just athletes. This opened me to unlimited possibilities.
“My first CE class was with a guy named Erik Dalton. Being new to the profession, I was not fully aware of his impact on the massage industry. It was dramatically different from anything I had been taught before and it resonated with me…. I was hooked! The more I learned the more I realized how much I didn’t understand. It changed my view of therapeutic bodywork and opened me to ideas that have changed my life and practice.
The myoskeletal approach has guided me to where I am today in my practice. I’m grateful for my ability to work with people to help reduce their pain and improve their quality of life. It is the most satisfying experience I’ve ever had.
My practice is now solely based on the myoskeletal approach and I have consistently seen dramatic results in helping clients become pain free with improved functionality. Many of my clients come to me as a last chance effort unable to find relief from other resources. Almost without exception, I am able to help reduce their levels of discomfort, increase their mobility and improve functionality. For me, there is no greater feeling than knowing I’m contributing to improvement in a person’s quality of life.
Proud to me a Master Myoskeletal Therapist …thank you Erik.