If you’re looking for massage therapy in Brownsburg, Jason Moffitt is the massage therapist to see. 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 not easy. It takes a burning desire to get results for your clients and a great deal of commitment. You can read a little bit about his journey below. We know you’ll be in great hands when you book an appointment with Jason. For massage therapy in Brownsburg, contact Jason. The links are below.
As a certified athletic trainer and physical therapy assistant, I always had a strong interest in hands-on massage techniques. In my practice and in my own body, I could see immediate improvement in mobility, joint function, and pain reduction. I was first introduced to sports massage in a class with Carol Siciliano at the University of Dayton and continued my studies in manual therapy through numerous continuing education courses. Late 2020, I decided it was time to finally achieve my goal of becoming a licensed massage therapist. After researching several local options, none fit my focus on orthopedics and sports massage therapy. In exasperation I looked outside of the Indianapolis area and reached out to Charlie Pebbles at Indiana State University and hit the jackpot. Charlie was very instrumental in getting me into the Indiana State University program and introducing me to Erik Dalton’s Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques (MAT). With many years of work experience and continuing education courses, I was humbled after completing only a few weeks of studies in MAT. All the techniques including hand placement, pressure, and body mechanics were intentional, and designed to solve specific problems. Although the biomechanics of the techniques were a bit overwhelming at first, as I continued applying them in my practice, I fell in love with Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques. This sparked a new passion to dive further into Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques and osteopathic manual therapy which, in turn, led me to my goal of becoming a Master Myoskeletal Therapist. I’ve always believed that when you’re not sure where you’re going, God will direct your path, and for me that path was Indiana State University. The Advanced Myoskeletal Massage Therapy Program gave me the skills and abilities to confidently help people looking for pain, posture, and performance solutions. Thank you, Charlie Peebles, Erik Dalton, and Dalton Gang.