On the meditative side, his touch is very slow and deep. He has a strong touch. His hands are hot, and his healing touch is very penetrative, moving deep layers of skin, muscle and energy. He’s also very happy and jovial, and that makes you really comfortable when we work together during the massage.
On the pain therapy side, he is an analytical man. Although the ultimate goal is a pain relief solution, he prefers to accomplish 1. temporary relief, and 2. set specific massage goals that will cause a permanent solution.
He is a graduate of the new 500-hour Texas Licensing for Massage Therapists. This also means that he is Nationally Certified by the National Certification Board for Massage Therapy & Bodywork. In addition to a separate Anatomy and Physiology training with a Neuromuscular Therapist, he also has a suite of education in Kineisiology, Pathology, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point and Sports Massage.