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Cape Cod

Kathleen Silva-Tanguay, LMT

Cape Cod Myofascial Release Studio
104 Round Cove Rd
Harwich, MA 02645
Contact Phone: 508-430-7011

Education and Continuing Education/Seminars: Myofascial Release 1,2,3, Unwinding, Rebounding, Cervical Thoracic, Fascial Pelvis, Skill Enhancement, Healing Seminar, Subtle Energy, Lower Sacral Training Paoli Clinic, Upledger CST 1,2, SER, ZB1, Barral Visceral Manipulation 1,2,4, Vibroacoustic Therapy, Acutonics 1,2, Myofascial/Massage Cupping Therapy, Dalton Myoskeletal Therapy (Erik Dalton), Foundations in Myofascial Release (Walt Fritz). .

I specialize in acute and chronic pain conditions and difficult to treat conditions. I’ve had remarkable success with scar tissue release work with post surgical clients , most specifically the female client who suffers from post surgical pain and limited movement caused by scar tissue restrictions from radiation treatment, mastectomy and breast reconstruction surgery. My client base ranges from the very young to the elderly as well as the highly conditioned athlete, both male and female.


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Cape Cod/Yarmouth Port

Jennifer Sarmento Dussault, LMT

Sacred Waves Myofascial Release
244 Willow Port
Yarmouth Port, MA 02673
Contact Phone: 508-344-6372

Education and Continuing Education/Seminars: Myofascial Release Seminars: Myofascial Release 1, 2, Unwinding, Fascial Pelvis, Cervical-Thoracic, Rebounding, Advanced Unwinding, Women’s Health Seminar, Skill Enhancement Seminar, Equine.
Walt Fritz: Foundations in Myofascial Release: Lower Body
Upledger: Craniosacral 1 and 2
Barral: Visceral Manipulation 1
Tripodi’s Body Memory Recall: Advanced Myofascial ReleaseInternational Cupping Therapy Association: Contemporary Cupping Methods
The Four Winds Healing the Light Body School: South, West, North, East, and Walking With Protection.

I’m a lifelong resident of Cape Cod. Since earning my Massachusetts Massage License in 2002, I took my first Myofascial Release seminar in 2004 and I have been practicing Myofascial Release and Craniosacral Therapy exclusively. My Bachelor’s of Science degree is in Equine Business Management and Riding from Johnson & Wales, 1998. My experiences training racing thoroughbreds during my internship in Ocala, FL paved the way for my exploration of bodywork and energy healing. In 2016, I purchased an Inner Solutions New Technology Vibroacoustic Sound Therapy massage table for my practice. This means you can feel the sounds through your body to further enhance your treatment. I love learning and taking classes. I believe this is such profound work, incredibly effective, and also very kind to the body.

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Jean Croll, OTR/L

Hands On Therapy
PO Box 87
52 Noon Hill Avenue
Norfolk, MA 02056
Contact Phone: 508-560-4007

Seminars Taken: Myofascial Release 1, MFR 2, MFR 3, Unwinding, Cervical-Thoracic, Fascial Pelvis, Rebounding, Advanced Unwinding, Healing Seminar, Skill Enhancement Seminar, Subtle Energy, Women’s Health, Pediatrics, Equine, Quantum Leap, many repeats.

14 years experience in MFR.I treat both children and adults with a variety of diagnoses, including back and neck pain, fibromyalgia, ADHD, autism, sensory integrative dysfunction.

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Joy V. Long, LMT

Provincetown Pain Release
90 Commercial St.
Provincetown, MA 02657
Phone: 508-487-0808

Education and Continuing Education/Seminars: Myofascial Release I and II, Rebounding, Cervical Thoracic, Fascial Pelvis, Skill Enhancement Seminar, Subtle Energy, Unwinding Myofascial Release I, II, and III, CrasioSacral I and II (Jonathan Tripodi) CranioSacral I, II, SomoatoEmotional Release, Skill Enhancement (John Upledger) Zero Balancing I Visceral manipulation Abdomen (Baral) Foundations in Myofascial Release (Walt Fritz).

My work combines this knowledge and I use what your body calls for.

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Martha Tassinari, Physical Therapist

South Shore Healing Center
PO Box 87
40 Tremont St. Bldg. #11, Unit #56
Duxbury, MA 02332
Contact Phone: 781-934-0100

Seminars Taken: MFR courses completed: MFR I, MFRII, Unwinding, Craniosacral/MFR integration 20 month program consisting of John Upledger and other MFR techniques. Courses completed at the Upledger Institute: Craniosacral I Craniosacral II, Somatoemotional Release I, SERII, CST and SER practicum, CADD(Craniosacral Therapy around death and dying), Clinical Application of CranioSacral Therapy. She is a teaching assistant for CST I.

Owner, Martha Tassinari, is a licensed physical therapist with a B.S. from Northeastern University. She has studied Craniosacral Therapy extensively with the Upledger Institute since 1997 and Myofascial Release since 2003. Having suffered from chronic back pain for many years, Martha started to receive Craniosacral and Myofascial Release treatments which resulted in significant pain relief. Subsequently, this led to a holistic approach which is integrated in her current practice. She is passionate about returning her patients back to life, and assisting them to reach their full potential. She is dedicated to helping people realize the importance of the mind body connection and how it affects chronic pain and disease.

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Kate Peck, CMT, ATC

Journey to Health
1113 Washington St.
Newton, MA 02465
Contact Phone: 508-245-2922

Education and Continuing Education/Seminars: Upledger: CST I & II,
SER I & II, Teaching Asst for CST I; Hugh Milne: Cranial 1,2 & 3; Viceral Manipulation 1A, Myofascial Release in Sports Medicine, Tom Myers: Intrinsic Muscles of the Pelvis, The Neck.


I believe that if you are not treating the fascia, you are not treating one of the main causes of pain and disability. I believe that you can work very deeply and yet very gently with the body, using only as much force as the tissues need to release. I also specialize in Myofascial Scar Release.

I have found craniosacral therapy to be one of the most powerful healing techniques. I have been working with traumatic brain & spinal cord injured patients at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital since 2000. It is some of the most difficult but also the most rewarding work that I do.

I have been a certified athletic trainer for 26 years, and bring my wealth of knowledge of the evaluation and treatment of orthopedic & sports injuries to my work as a massage therapist. I often combine therapeutic massage, myofascial release and craniosacral therapy to treat the root cause of your pain & disability while treating the symptoms.


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Greg Haggard, Licensed, nationally certified muscular therapist

Turtle Dance Bodywork
12 West Central Street
Natick, MA 01760
Contact Phone: (508) 380 3445

Education and Continuing Education/Seminars: 900 hr massage training at Muscular Therapy Institute, Cambridge, MA. NMT American version, taught by Stew Wild, Worcester, MA. Myofascial Techniques, taught by Lou Benson, Cambridge, MA
CST workshops taught by Kate Peck, Natick, MA. Watsu levels 1&2, taught by Harold Dull at Harbin, CA, and Minakshi at Minakshi Watsu, FL


I came to massage later in life, as a direct result of personal experience with its benefits. I absolutely love the work, and the people I work with. My focus has always been on helping the client, whether for simple relaxation, improved performance or recovery from injury. My varied experience and education allow me to select from a variety of tools, tailoring the work to the individual on the table.


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Ted Moser, LMT, CPMT

30 North King St
Northampton, MA 01060
Contact Phone: 413-522-0658

Education and Continuing Education/Seminars:
MFR I, MFR II, Cervical Thoracic, Fascial Pelvis, Unwinding, Advanced Unwinding, Pediatric MFR, Liddle Kidz Foundation Pediatric Massage Training and Certification.

Healing work is more than a profession for me, it is a life calling. When my own need for healing led me to explore alternative therapies, I realized that I wasn’t the only one in need of something different. After experiencing the benefits of massage firsthand, I decided to go to massage school. However, in my own experience, massage wasn’t enough. My search for deeper, longer lasting therapy that worked beyond just the physical body led me to Myofascial Release. Now, not only is this my specialty, it is my preferred modality to receive as well. The benefits that MFR has provided me, my patients, and countless others around the world are amazing. MFR is an absolute must for everyone wanting to live a full, happy, functional life!


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Anna Mulholland, NCBTMB Certified, Licensed in MA

Manna Massage
358 Chestnut Hill Ave, #207
Brighton, MA 02135
Contact Phone: 617-901-1311

Education and Continuing Education/Seminars:
MTI for basic training (Feb. 2006), CORE Structural Integration (10 months 2007-2008), Prenatal Massage (Summer 2006), Resistance Flexibility Strength Training with Bob Cooley (18 months through 09/2010), Liz Gaggini Training Series – Advanced Structural Integration – 4 workshops Summer 2011
My specialty and interests lie in restoring and improving bio-mechanical functionality primarily through addressing fascial adhesions within the soft tissue. My work is appropriate for individuals struggling with both chronic and acute pain conditions as well as athletes and others who wish to improve their performance. I try to provide education and insight into pain patterns for my clients through improved postural awareness, specific techniques to monitor and improve habitual postural patterns, and stretches and self-care techniques. The work I do can be challenging and requires active participation from the client. I recommend referring to my website and reading my YELP reviews to get a full flavor of the type of work that I engage in. I actively avoid working with individuals who are specifically interested in relaxation massage, although my work can be relaxing at times. The problem with relaxation work (apart from being boring) is that it inhibits the therapist from pursuing a solution to a musculoskeletal problem if that solution challenges the client.

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