Sports massage therapy is defined as the use of massage, hydrotherapy and strength training to achieve specific goals. The practice has been used both pre and post event as well as everyday.Learn More
This is a high and often targeted pressure used to reach the deeper tissues of the spinal and other joints. DT work tends to leave you feeling a little sore just afterward but in the following days you’ll feel great.Learn More
Active release stretching is a series of techniques that utilizes resistance while bringing the muscles to length with the help of the therapist.Learn More
By working a trigger point, we can discover any “referral” pain you have and alleviate them with a trigger point massage.Learn More
A relaxation massage with the intent of easing PTSD can offer a great relief to those who suffer with this sometimes debilitating problem.Learn More
Since being in Iraq, I have suffered from PTSD and no shrink has been able too do much for me. I ran a google search and found this website and David. During our first session, I had an emotional outburst that I couldn't control. David got me through it with understanding and compassion. His hands unlocked something and I feel as if I'm going to be normal again someday. Thank you David. My new best friend!-John G.
I felt David really listened to me and really concentrated on the areas I needed most. Highly recommended!!-Molly S.
David clearly understands how muscles work. He explained how each part of my body was working to build the tension I could feel. After only an hour my shoulders feel loose, my posture is improved, and I feel great!-Ethan M.
Few therapists are as knowledgeable and genuine as Dave is. Since I was a teenager, I have played competitive sports and massage therapy was never something I looked forward to. His method is refreshing–targeted, deep, and also sensitive to the recovery process. I highly recommend Dave to other athletes and anyone who has yet to experience his talented hands.-Yusef