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Washington
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Washington

Seattle

Cedron Mark Sterling, L.M.P.

Blue Light Healing Arts, Inc.
4015 NE 113th Street
Seattle, WA 98125-5812
Phone Number: 206.972.3486
Celebrating 27 Years in Practice – North Seattle Area

Advanced Myofascial Release Practitioner, Completion of all major myofascial courses including: MFRI (x2), MFRII, MFRIII, Mobilization, Cervical-Thoracic, Fascial-Pelvis (x2), Rebounding, Unwinding, Advanced Unwinding, Healing Seminar, Skill Enhancement, Therapy for the Therapist

Graduate:
Pacific School of Massage Healing Arts, Gualala, CA (1982)Seattle Massage School Advanced Program, Seattle, WA (1988)Transformational Bodywork Certification Program, Gualala, CA (1999 – Highest Honors).

I have always viewed working with clients as a partnership, and hold the awareness that I am never simply treating a body, but a whole person. My skills and insight as a practitioner have been deeply informed from the inside out by years of chronic pain, and the remarkable healing that followed as a result of learning myofascial stretching and later receiving myofascial release. This natural segway lead me to train in Myofascial Release, resulting in a complete re-orientation of my private practice to myofascial work. My approach is “results oriented” and is built on the philosophy of three core values: Skillfulness, Compassion, and Service. Please see my website for a detailed look at how I might be of helpful to you.

Contact E-mail: cedron@cedronsterling.com
Website: www.CedronSterling.com

Puyallup

Julie Jeanne Abraham, BSN, LMP, CNMT, NCBTMB

Equinox Therapeutics @Unlocking the Body Medical
11921 Canyon Road East
Puyallup, WA 98373
Phone Number:253-302-0618

Colorado Institute of Massage Therapy, 1998 graduate of 1200 hr program, including 500 hrs of neuromuscular therapy with national certification (CNMT). Nationally Certified in Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCTMB). WA state licensed (LMP). Continuing education in Cranial Sacral methodology, Myofascial Release, Orthopedic Massage, Structural Integration, Neuromuscular Therapy & Re-education, Trigger Point Release, Shiatsu, Muscle Energy & Subtle Techniques, Therapeutic Touch, Reflexology, Ayurvedic theory & practice. Plans to pursue intra-oral endorsement.

I entered massage and bodywork training with a significant background in Western Medicine. I completed nursing school with honors and a BSN, and went on to work as a trauma nurse before discovering my calling in the field of massage and bodywork. From a family with generations of Euopean and American physicians before me, I knew I had found my niche in providing deeply healing, therapeutic, and/or relaxing bodywork and massage to those seeking relief from pain, trauma, physical dysfunction and stress.

My specialties tend toward deeply therapeutic modalities such as NMT, Trigger Point Release, Muscular Re-Education, Myofascial Release, Structural Dysfunction, Orthopedic/Medical/Clinical, with muscle energy and subtle techniques. My signature work integrates various therapeutic modalities and techniques with long connective strokes designed to calm the CNS and relax the body and mind, creating a deeply relaxing experience suitable for both physical and emotional trauma.

Continuing education for 2011-2012 will be focused on orthopedic methods, myofascial release, cranial-sacral, and intra-oral NMT applications.

Contact E-mail: EquinoxTherapeutics@hotmail.com
Website: www.amtamembers.com/julieabraham

Longbranch

Hans Albert Quistorff, LMP, Antalgic Posture Pain Specialist, Washington State Massage Practitioner License MA00009159

Hans Massage
18615 Erickson Rd. KP S
Longbranch, WA 98351
Phone Number:253-208-1080

After graduation from massage school and licensing, I was privileged to be employed in a chiropractic office where I received training and license as a Chiropractic X-ray Technician. My duties included taking the x-ray radio graphs, measuring the deviation of posture alignment on the film and recording it on the chart. This led me to an understanding of antalgic posture. The doctor wanted interactive bodywork rather than passive massage therefore my continuing education has favored methods where the client actively participates in the session. Besides the bodywork I also did orthopedic and chiropractic assessments and recorded these for insurance progress reports.

The question “What is it that you do; what do you call what you do?” prompted me to come up with Antalgic Posture Pain Specialist. Antalgic means against pain. When the posture is altered to avoid pain it stresses other parts of the body causing pain distant from the pain that is being avoided. This confuses many health care providers and insurance companies. There expectation is to treat pain where it is located but antalgic posture pain has to be treated where the pain is being avoided. This gets even more complex when the condition has become chronic and the original cause has healed but the posture pattern has become ingrained and remains a source of chronic but unnecessary pain.

I am now retired and only accept the most difficult cases preferably with a therapist that wishes to learn the palpation techniques to identify the source of antalgic posture pain.
Contact me through one of my web sites.
http://reflexposturology.weebly.com/
http://magnet-therapy-how-why.com
or my Facebook page Hans Albert Quistorff, LMP Antalgic Posture Pain Specialist

Contact E-mail: hquistorff@gmail.com
Website: hansmassage.blogspot.com/index.html

Snohomish

Allan Burke, AMTA, Neuromuscular Release, Advanced Trigger Point Therapy (Myofascia Release)

Deep Blue Waters Massage (in-home mobile service)
1330 Ave D Unit 12
Snohomish, WA 98290
Phone Number: 425-343-2572
Celebrating 27 Years in Practice – North Seattle Area

Deep Tissue & Structural Analysis, Neuromuscular cranial, sacral therapy, Myofascia Trigger Point Tracking/Tracing, Fibromyalgia Trigger Point Treatments & chronic muscle fatigue release

I specialize in working with clients with Fibromyalgia (FM) as also Chronic Muscle Fatigue (CMF) at all stages and levels of pain, utilizing Myofascia Release (MFR). I work with patients confined to their home because of the pain level. At the advanced stages of pain, No massage is performed, but the treatment only. Gentle & very effective. Generally there are two treatments per week that could last up to 6 weeks with pain levels greatly decreased or in remission. Treatment Sessions generally go from 1 hr. to 2 1/2 hrs. Rates are $60-$110. You may qualify for a sliding scale rates for fixed or low income. Qualification range not to exceed $21,000 per year per couple. No Medicare or insurance taken.

Contact E-mail: deepbluewatersmassage@hotmail.com
Website: www.amtamembers.com/DeepBlueWatersMassage

Seattle

Beth Reite, OTR/L

Flowing Touch Therapy, PLLC
4010 Stone Way North #300
Seattle, WA 98103
Phone Number:206-949-9692

I completed my Master’s of Science in Occupational Therapy from Colorado State University. I then worked for several years at Harborview Medical Center as an occupational therapist (OT) on the inpatient rehabilitation unit. Additionally I have worked for 5 years at Rehab Without Walls doing home health OT. In the last five years, I have become an advanced MFR practitioner. I have completed the following courses: MFR 1, 2 (x2), Cervical Thoracic, Fascial Pelvis, Unwinding, Advanced Unwinding, Rebounding, Pediatric MFR, Skills Enhancement Seminar, Healing Seminar, Subtle Energy and MFR 3.

I have worked as an occupational therapist helping people recover and thrive after life changing injuries or illness. After working in more traditional settings, I realized the missing component was direct, hands-on healing. As soon as I started using Myofascial Release, my clients felt an immediate and profound shift in their body.

We will work together through careful assessment and treatment and you will learn skills for ongoing self-care. My goal is to help provide a safe and healing environment that will facilitate your healing journey by peeling back the layers of pain until you have reconnected with your own true, beautiful and divine self.

Contact E-mail: contact@flowingtouchtherapy.com
Website: www.flowingtouchtherapy.com

Kirkland

Simone Holderbach, Licensed Massage Practitioner (WA License #MA 60486695)

Eastside Bodywork LLC
11417 124th Ave NE, Suite 201B
Kirkland, WA 98033
Phone Number:(425)-236-9900
Graduated from the ‘Massage and Bodywork Program’ of the Institute for Therapeutic Massage in Toms River, NJ, with high honors.

Foundations in Myofascial Release by Walt Fritz, PT
NeuroKinetic Therapy (NKT) by David Weinstock
NeuroMuscular Reprogramming (NMR) by Jocelyn Olivier
Structural Relief Therapy by Taya Countryman
Prenatal & Postpartum Massage (Carol Osborne)
Massage Cupping (Anita Shannon)

We are a Neuromuscular Therapy & Massage Therapy practice with a strong neurology-based bodywork approach to pain relief.

Our mission has always been simple: to make you feel better than when you first entered our door. Whether this means pain relief to you, relaxation, restoration of function, improved athletic performance, or renewed quality of life, you are at the center of everything we do, every step of the way.

Neuromuscular Therapy can provide solutions for conditions which have not previously responded to therapy. Most bodywork focuses on just the muscles or the fascia, but muscles and fascia are controlled by the brain and the nervous system. We use proven protocols from NeuroKinetic Therapy (NKT) and NeuroMuscular Reprogramming (NMR) to assess and get to the root cause of the problem. By using manual muscle testing we identify compensation patterns and learn which muscles aren’t working and which ones are working too hard. This approach works very well because it directly addresses the motor control center and corrects the faulty movement patterns where they originate – in the brain.

We use Myofascial Release for the effective treatment and rehabilitation of soft tissue and fascial tension and restrictions. MFR also makes for a great, gentle form of release for any facilitated muscles detected during our NKT protocol.

Aside from those neuromuscular therapies Eastside Bodywork also offers classic massage therapy which helps manage stress levels and will make you feel amazing!

Our toolbox of advanced forms of pain relieving bodywork can be used to successfully treat many conditions. We invite you to visit our website at www.eastsidebodywork.com or call us any time at (425) 236-9900 with any questions you might have.

We would love to meet YOU!

Contact E-mail: simone.holderbach@gmail.com
Website: www.eastsidebodywork.com


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