If you’re looking for massage therapy in Plano, Jennifer Lovitt is the massage therapist to see. We’re delighted that she 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. Below is her story in her own words. This talented therapist can help you with all kinds of musculoskeletal conditions, including headaches, rotator cuff problems, sports injuries, and more. To book an appointment for massage therapy in Plano, click the appropriate link at the bottom of this page.
Before becoming a massage therapist, I worked in various roles in the medical field including a 12-year stint as a surgical tech. In 2010 I attended Ke-Kino Massage Academy & Institute of Healing and went on to study craniosacral therapy, and manual lymphatic drainage.
In 2014 I saw one of Erik’s video clips on releasing the anterior scalenes and decided to try the technique on a few clients and got amazing results. This prompted me to watch a few of his other videos and try the techniques. I was thoroughly impressed and so were my clients. I knew I had to study this curriculum in greater depth.
In 2017, I was finally able to attend my first live workshop in Oklahoma City and was blown away not only by the content, but also by Erik’s passion, his humor, the TA’s, and his special guest educators including Til Luchau, Sue Hitzmann, Eric Stephenson, Aubrey Gowing, Drew Freedman and James Waslaski. They were all warm and generous people who, with all the wonderful TA’s, helped make the workshop fun and feel like family! In my opinion, the Master Myoskeletal Therapist curriculum is the gold standard and treatment of choice for helping clients seeking pain relief, recovery from injuries, and performance enhancement.
My clients have a deeper trust in me now as their therapist and refer their family and friends when they have a need for good bodywork. Thank you, Erik Dalton, for sharing your life’s work with us and thank you for the warm and loving people you’ve brought together for us to learn from and laugh with.