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Cass found a calling in bodywork after, like many others, experienced injury and needed calm. As a cyclist, recovery is paramount to continued growth and performance; but, outside of sports, our bodies and minds need attention to feel and do their best. Cass finds massage to be a meditative experience, and hopes to instill the same feeling in their clients. Currently a student at The Massage School in Boston, Cass is excited to continue learning just how much can be accomplished through touch, and believes there’s no alternative to human hands. They are particularly interested in sports, deep tissue and mobility work.

In their spare time, Cass is a visual artist, glued to a book, or getting ready for the next gravel event or cyclocross season.

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Eric Beard comes to WIMB with an impressive background in health and fitness. As a Corrective Exercise Specialist, Integrated Manual Therapist (LMT) and Athletic Performance Enhancement Specialist Eric works with people 1:1 as well as with teams and groups of athletes. He begins with a thorough evaluation of the entire kinetic chain (human body). He often identifies hidden performance inhibitors that are either causing pain elsewhere in the body or hampering performance. Through manual therapy and teaching perfect exercise technique he helps to restore optimal human movement. Group and team athletic development begins with specific programs designed to enhance movement patterns and reduce risk of injury. From there, speed, power and performance can be maximized.

He has presented at events such as IDEA World, the Perform Better Summit and NEHRSA Conferences, and has worked for the National Academy of Sports Medicine.

Degrees / Certifications:

Master’s Degree in Exercise Science from CalU

Bachelors in Rehabilitation Services from Springfield College

Boulder College of Massage Therapy, Honors Graduate

Certified Personal Trainer-National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM CPT)

Corrective Exercise Specialist- National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM CES)

Performance Enhancement Specialist- National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM PES)

Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist-National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA CSCS)

Functional Movement Screen Certified-Functional Movement Systems (FMS)

Licensed Massage Therapist-State of Massachusetts

National Certification in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB)

USA Hockey CEP Level 4

Functional Movement Training Basic and Performance Certified

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Dr. Ryan Bernstein grew up in Staten Island, New York. As one of three boys, Ryan has always had an affinity for all things sports, especially baseball and basketball. He attended Susan E. Wagner High School, where he was captain of his basketball and baseball teams. During his junior year of high school, he suffered an ankle injury that required physical therapy, and at this time Ryan knew that he wanted to work in the sports medicine world. After graduation, Ryan attended SUNY Cortland and graduated with a degree in Exercise Science. He also spent 1 year at the University at Buffalo, where he was a team manager and practice player for the men’s basketball team. During his time in undergrad, he became a AFAA Certified Personal Trainer, with further certifications in yoga, prehab/rehab exercises and over head athlete shoulder health.

In the fall of 2016 Ryan began his journey into his Chiropractic career enrolling in New York Chiropractic College (NYCC). During his time there he discovered that he could combine his passion for athletics and fitness with sports medicine. During his clinical rotations at NYCC, Ryan had the opportunity to work with many patient populations. Ryan completed a 10 week rotation studying under doctors at the VA hospital in Bath, NY. At the Bath VA, he worked with veterans using rehab-based exercises to combat chronic pain. He also spent time working under Dr. Canfield at Hobart William Smith College treating collegiate athletes (swimming/diving, baseball, hockey, lacrosse, basketball, football, field hockey, track and field, and soccer), and the Elmira Pioneers, a summer league baseball team with DI players from all over the SEC. Ryan also completed a rotation in Ithaca, New York where he used chiropractic treatments and interventions as an alternative to opioid use in patients who suffer from chronic pain. Ryan also received certificates in Sports Medicine and Human Performance, and Whole Food Nutrition while at NYCC.

In November of 2019, Ryan attended seminars in Active Release Techniques in Toronto, and became certified in lower extremity ART. Ryan is looking forward to putting his certifications and skill set to use as the newest member of the WIMB’s Chiropractic team.

In his spare time Ryan likes to play basketball and softball, workout, hike and kayak with his wife.

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As an athlete, trainer, women’s health advocate & movement specialist, Dr. Bruno approaches each patient relationship with a vast background in bodywork and the desire to help patients further their wellness & athletic goals.

Prior to chiropractic school, Emma obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and worked as a NASM certified personal trainer & pilates instructor for many years- she felt connected to her clients and their stories but always knew there was another level of care she wanted to provide; after thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail in 2016 and battling many injuries as a result of the training and the hike itself, she relied heavily on bodywork and realized that hands-on care was the missing link in her career.

During her clinical training, Emma treated pre and post operative patients at an outpatient neurosurgery clinic, provided care for underserved communities at a teaching hospital in the greater Buffalo area, and is currently in the process of receiving additional levels of certification as a Mat pilates instructor from the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute. Since completing chiropractic school, she has been trained in Active Release Technique (ART), Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Manipulation (IASTM), Dry Needling for Orthopedic Rehab & Sport Performance, as well as Webster Technique for pre & postnatal patients.

Driven by a love of hiking, running & the gift of being healthy and active, Emma cares deeply about the right to thorough, compassionate healthcare that allows patients to live and move in a way that brings them joy. When not treating patients at WIMB, Emma can be found reading, running or checking off more summits as she pursues the completion of hiking all 48 of New Hampshire’s high peaks.

*Insurances Accepted:

Blue Cross/Blue Shield

Harvard Pilgrim

Aetna

Allways

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A Native of New Hampshire, Dr. Brandon Carlucci grew up in the town of Pembroke. He attended and obtained his undergraduate degree from American International College (AIC) with a concentration in physical therapy. While attending AIC, he became heavily interested in strength and conditioning/human performance, and went on to graduate school at the University of Akron to obtain his Masters of Science in Exercise Physiology. During this time, he became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Afterward, Dr. Carlucci completed internships at Speed-Strength Systems in Euclid, OH, Harvard University, and with the minor league baseball team, The NH Fishercats. After completing graduate school, he attended Palmer College of Chiropractic, to become a Doctor of Chiropractic.

During college, Dr. Carlucci played tennis at the Division II level while becoming interested in high performance and physical preparedness. He utilized strength and conditioning and physical therapy as a way to decrease his own injury risk and increase performance.

While attending college, he became focused on manual therapy techniques such as Active Release Technique (ART) and Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM) and has since attended courses in each. He holds certifications and training in Active Release Technique (ART), IASTM, Functional Movement Screen, Selective Functional Movement Assessment, McKenzie Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy, Applied Movement Neurology, as well as others.

Dr. Carlucci stresses the importance of movement, which is not only important for the body from a mechanical and musculoskeletal point of view, but also is a primary function of the brain. So whether he is treating a high level runner or a high level construction worker, the demands on the body are different but no less important. Dr. Carlucci’s mission is to empower the patient and get them back moving as soon as possible.

Outside of the office, he owns Rise Above Strength & Fitness, which is a customized online training and nutrition coaching company that maximizes mobility, performance, and body composition. He enjoys training at the gym, reading all things health related, and being outdoors.

*Insurances Accepted:

Blue Cross/Blue Shield

Harvard Pilgrim

Aetna

Allways

Cigna

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Hello there! I’m Alyx and I have a deep passion for healing and wellness.

My approach to massage is rooted in techniques of Swedish massage, creating a deeply relaxing and rejuvenating experience. I also specialize in addressing those problem areas that can cause discomfort and tension. Using a medium to deep pressure, I work on knots and tight muscles, providing relief without overwhelming you. Your comfort is my top priority.

In addition to massage therapy, I’m working towards a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Health Sciences. This journey has helped me understand the intricacies of the human body, which I integrate into my massage practice to promote holistic well-being.

I hope to help heal problem areas and create an environment for clients to deepen their mind-body connection by bringing my clinical experience in injury recovery and prevention together with an approach to whole body wellness.

I’m excited for the opportunity to work with you and support you on your wellness journey while you help me on mine!

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Michelle Hermann believes that maintaining an active lifestyle is one of the keys to longevity. Growing up she participated in many sports including basketball, baseball, volleyball, hiking, tennis and martial arts where she learned first hand about the benefits of massage to stay on top of her game. Michelle lives a life centered around health and wellness, from organic gardening to meditation, she knows it’s important to keep a balanced body and mind to thrive. She was born to work with her hands and one of her biggest goals is to make a positive impact in peoples lives, so massage therapy was an easy career choice.

During her time at The Massage School in Boston, she learned many techniques and modalities including Swedish/relaxation massage, deep tissue, trigger point therapy, sports massage, myofascial release, lymphatic drainage, Thai massage and reflexology. Michelles’ unwaivering commitment to her craft and insatiable thirst for knowledge will have her immersed in continuing education so she can always provide the best possible results for all of her clients. Coming from a musical background, her rhythmic approach to massage is both hypnotic and relaxing which sets the stage to receive slower deeper work. Michelle is fully present for each client and their individual needs, she likes to focus on getting to the root of the problem and in doing so helping her clients to reach their health & healing goals.

When Michelle is not massaging clients, she enjoys hiking, camping, adventuring, gardening, cooking, music, making art and spending time with her pets.

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Sean Kearney: A graduate of The Massage School in Boston, Sean is trained and certified in Swedish, sports, trigger point, and deep tissue massage. Since graduation, Sean has gained further training in rapid tension relief using a massage gun, stretch therapy, aromatherapy, and the application of CBD, Prossage, Biofreeze, and Kinesio-Tape.

Sean enjoys working on clients for injury prevention and rehabilitation, with a focus on athletes of all levels and individuals looking for general pain relief. Having diverse experience with all types of clients, Sean strives to design a massage plan that will cater to the individual’s exact needs. Whether it be to progressively reduce the strain and tightness around a recent injury, or to ease the pain and stress from increased workload and life in general. Using his experience and excellent communication skills, Sean will find the perfect pressure providing a massage that is both productive and relaxing. He will also spare the client of the pain and unnecessary intensity commonly found with deep tissue and trigger point therapy by using a blend of the therapeutics he has learned.

Outside of massage therapy, Sean enjoys martial arts and competing in the disciplines of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, kickboxing, and wrestling. He also enjoys playing drums.

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I am a board certified podiatrist from who’s passionate about foot health. I absolutely love seeing my patients transform their feet without surgery or invasive procedures!

I started Doctor Ark as a place for you to learn about your feet, find the tools you need to restore your feet, and the support to get you where you want to be! Whether you want to eliminate pain, get stronger, more flexible, or simply feel better in shoes, I am happy to help you achieve those goals!

Podiatry has traditionally relied heavily on treatments such as orthotics, injections, and surgery. While these can all be helpful in certain cases, the vast majority of foot pain is caused by foot dysfunction. After several years in private practice, I realized there was a serious need for education and programs to help people reverse foot dysfunction. We simply are not doing enough during a 10-15 minute office visit to help people truly get better.

Credentials

Bachelor of Arts from Boston University Doctor of Podiatric Medicine from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine Forefoot & Rearfoot Reconstructive Surgery Residency at Hoboken University Medical Center Board Certified by the American Board of Podiatric Medicine

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Adam is a Physical Therapist in the Boston area with a desire to work with patients recovering from orthopedic and sports related injuries. With a genuine passion for fostering holistic wellness, he’s committed to helping his patients achieve their goals and lead healthy and fulfilling lives.

Adam received his Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Rhode Island in 2019 as well as his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Simmons University in 2023. Additionally, Adam has completed clinical internships in San Francisco and in Boston at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

Born and raised in a small town in Rhode Island, Adam’s journey into the world of sports and physical therapy was sparked by his fascination with human movement. He is continually engaged in weightlifting, hiking, golf, running, and skiing, and is excited to help empower his patients to get back to doing what they love.

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Having suffered from anxiety, digestive issues, hormonal imbalances, and exercise-induced repetitive stress injuries throughout her adolescence and twenties, Meghan first sought out acupuncture as a last ditch effort to salvage some semblance of health and sanity during a particularly stressful period in her life. It worked. Remarkably well. So palpable was the influence of acupuncture on her well being that she was compelled to leave a career in advertising to study Chinese medicine so that she could help others benefit from its effects.

Meghan earned her doctoral degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from Five Branches University, a masters degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the New England School of Acupuncture at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (MCPHS) and a masters degree in Pain Research, Education, and Policy from Tufts University Medical School. She is licensed by the Massachusetts Board of Medicine and is a Diplomate of Oriental Medicine, certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).

In her clinical practice Meghan integrates both Eastern and Western perspectives to provide treatments unique to each patient’s needs, and endeavors to empower patients to move forward on their paths to not just feeling good, but feeling like their true selves.

*Insurances Accepted:

Blue Cross Blue Shield

Harvard Pilgrim

Aetna

Allways

Humana

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Chloe Monroe is a second year student in the Boston University Masters in Counseling with a Sport Psychology specialization program. She is currently under supervision to obtain her certification as a Mental Performance Consultant (CMPC). In 2022, she graduated from Marist College with a BA in Psychology and played on the varsity Women’s Lacrosse team. Throughout her four years, she noticed, and experienced herself, how many of her teammates struggled with the mental side of sport. She noticed that it impacted their performance and confidence in themselves and wanted to help athletes who similarly struggled and desired to improve.

As a mental performance consultant, she provides evidence-based practices and techniques of performance enhancement training that fit your specific needs as an athlete. She takes a warm, welcoming and collaborative approach with clients that is guided by your goals and values.

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Erika is a physical therapist in the Greater Boston area, who specializes in treating orthopedic and sports injuries and post operative rehab. She enjoys helping patients get back to all types of movement. She hopes to empower patients to take their rehab into their own hands by providing them tools and resources to get back to doing what they love.

Erika received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Northeastern University in 2019. She has completed continuing education courses including AAMT Dry Needling 1 and Dry Needling 2, as well as ICE lumbar spine management. She is also Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). Erika has been working in the greater Boston area since graduating.

Erika is a former track and field athlete. She now enjoys Crossfit, yoga, and rec league softball.

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**Please Note: If you are a New Patient seeking an Initial appointment with Dr. Ian Nurse, he is currently only accepting New Patients at our Concord office. Once you have had your Initial appointment in Concord, you may see him at the Downtown or Brookline locations for follow-up appointments.

Dr. Ian Nurse founded Wellness in Motion Boston with a strong background in the conservative care of soft tissue (muscle, tendon, ligament, fascia and nerve) injuries. He has successfully treated a range of patients – Olympic level runners; professional and recreational athletes; A-list movie stars; musicians; individuals dealing with work-related injuries; grandparents seeking more active/pain-free lives with their families.

As a marathon runner for the past twenty plus years, Dr. Nurse has endured many overuse injuries of his own. Unwilling to accept the typical response: “If it hurts when you run, you should stop;” that he received when seeking relief from his various injuries, Dr. Nurse turned to chiropractic and Active Release Techniques (A.R.T.). Not only did his training and racing improve, but he also found his calling. Dr. Nurse thrives to help those whose lives and hobbies are limited by pain and discomfort.

Focusing on the critical relationship between human locomotion and the soft tissues that drive movement, Dr. Nurse addresses an injury by finding the root of the problem and not just treating the symptoms. As every injury has its own chronology and pattern, Dr. Nurse utilizes a patient’s history, as well as a thorough biomechanical and soft tissue assessment to formulate an appropriate treatment plan. While each injury’s treatment requires its own strategy, overall outcome goals are similar:

· Restore proper biomechanics and soft tissue function;

· Improve general range of motion of the involved joint;

· Increase power and strength of the involved tissues;

· Decrease frequency, duration and intensity of symptoms;

· Reduce the chance of re-occurrence.

Dr. Nurse is a fully certified Active Release Techniques provider with experience focused on the spine, lower extremity and upper extremity. He is also a certified provider of Graston Technique. Like A.R.T., Graston Technique safely and conservatively treats scar tissue and fascial adhesions through detection and effective break down of scar tissue fibrosis and chronic inflammation.

An avid athlete, Dr. Nurse has run in hundreds of road races all over the world. He continues to train competitively in hopes of improving on his personal best marathon time of 2:25 (Boston ‘13 and ‘14). This commitment to training has given him a unique understanding of the mental and physical demands of endurance training. Aside from running, he enjoys photography (actually most of the photos on this web site are his), reading, cycling, hiking, soccer, lacrosse and experiencing the outdoors.

Dr. Nurse is currently the team chiropractor for the New Balance Boston professional running team. He graduated Cum Laude at both Western States Chiropractic College of Portland, Oregon and Colby College of Waterville, Maine.

*Insurances Accepted:

Blue Cross/Blue Shield

Harvard Pilgrim

Aetna

Mass General Brigham (Allways)

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Kat O’Leary: Growing up as a gymnast, Kat was lucky enough to have a mother that was a massage therapist. She learned at a young age how massage could help keep her body healthy and mobile so she could stay active in the movements and sports she loved.

Now as a runner, yoga instructor and lover of the outdoors, massage has remained a constant to keep her moving. Becoming a massage therapist had always been intriguing to her as a way to expand on her passion of helping others stay active. She decided to take the leap and studied at The Massage School in Boston.

Kat loves the WIMB community and is excited to get to know her clients and learn how they love to move so she can tailor the massage to their needs. She focuses on deep tissue, mobility and sports massage techniques.

Kat also believes in the importance of helping people feel good in every avenue of life and has received continuing education for prenatal massage to help mothers to be manage aches and pains and take some time for themselves to relax.

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Jessica is a yogi, physiologist, and movement scholar.

She utilizes a unique blend of movement and postural therapeutics to asses how to redistribute strength and bring balance throughout the body. Sessions focus on how to integrate mobility and stability training, breathing techniques, neural patterns, and personal history in order for people to feel better, perform better, and live better. She helps clients reshape patterns to make effort more effortless, strength more supple, and power more resilient.

Jessica’s sessions draw from many different movement modalities, while being grounded in both a strong academic foundation and the current literature on biomechanics and physiology. Her academic background includes s a bachelors degree in Biochemistry and Sports Medicine from Pepperdine University, a Masters of Science degrees in Exercise Physiology from San Diego State, and a Masters of Science in Human Physiology from Boston University.

She has conducted research on the respiratory and cardiovascular systems, skeletal and airway muscle, the physiological effects of several types of sports and training programs, as well as published research on yoga and how the practice affects physiology. She has experience working with a psychiatrist, helping to grow and administer a new therapy program for patients suffering from depression, anxiety, and other psychiatric illnesses.

She also has been studying and/or teaching yoga for over a decade and has spent years training with senior Yoga therapy and Iyengar teachers, as well as studying other myofascial release techniques, structural integration, Feldenkrais, and neuromuscular connections. She stays up to date with the current literature on biomechanics and physiology and acts as a reviewer for scientific articles.

Jessica has also been an athlete her entire life. She started swimming competitively at age seven, and went on to train with a national team at the US Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs during high school, and went on to swim for a NCAA Division I team in college. She remains active now through biking, hiking, swimming, and strength training.

Given her background, she considers herself a movement integrator and draws from her background to best serve her client’s needs. She believes everyone’s body conditions are a unique blend resulting from their lifestyle, athletic activities, injury history, occupation, socioeconomic conditions, and genetics. Given that uniqueness, she customizes sessions based on a client’s history and future needs, as well as how a client responds to different movement modalities. She’s committed to helping people develop a better understanding of their body in order to feel better and perform at their best.

She offers sessions focusing on, but not limited to:

Alleviating acute and chronic pain

Injury recovery

Injury prevention

Myofascial release

Movement repatterining

Breathwork and respiratory optimization

Developing body mind connection

Meditation

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Dr. Justine Paula holds her chiropractic degree from the University of Bridgeport, and prior to this received her bachelors in kinesiology from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. In addition, she has continued her education with various certifications including Active Release (ART) and Graston Techniques, as well as the Selective Functional Movement Screen. She also holds her strength and conditioning specialist certification.

Having a pull towards fitness and a career in healthcare, chiropractic always felt to be the right fit. Getting people out of pain and moving with more confidence has been a passion of hers throughout her career thus far serving the Greater Boston community. She enjoys working with patients of diverse backgrounds—from expectant mothers to retirees and everyone in between. She believes firmly that there is no one single cookie cutter approach to the treatment of musculoskeletal complaints, and having a treatment plan catered towards your specific needs and body is especially important.

Justine does her best to practice what she preaches by staying active as much as possible. As a former fitness instructor, there is no exercise she will not try! Her personal favorites are spinning, lifting weights, and aerial arts [think Cirque du Soleil]. When not in the office or the gym, she enjoys attempting to bake and spending time with her friends and family.

*Insurances Accepted:

Blue Cross/Blue Shield

Harvard Pilgrim

ASH/Cigna

Tufts Commercial Plans Only (we unfortunately do not accept Tufts HealthConnector or Tufts Direct/BMC plans)

Aetna

Allways

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As a lifelong athlete, Erin Pustarfi brings a wealth of knowledge and personal experience to help individuals build strength in all areas. She has a wealth of knowledge to back up the lifetime of athletic experience! NASM Certified Personal Trainer, CrossFit Level 1, Adaptive Training Academy Certified, and Precision Nutrition Level 1.

Erin focuses on building strength through functional movements to increase life long health and wellness, as well as athletic performance. She is dedicated to bringing a trauma informed approach to her training with clients, and creating an equitable, inclusive, and welcoming environment for every body and every identity.

Outside of the training space, Erin is dedicated to CrossFit and weightlifting, has run dozens of half-marathons and marathons, has recently added hot yoga, and loves to spend time outside with her adorable pup, Toast.

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A Boston Native, Pablo Rodriguez attended Boston Univerity and got his Bachelor’s degree in Health Science. While at Boston University he oversaw and participated in the Squash team deepening his knowledge on athletic training. During his time with the Squash team it allowed him to focus on enhancing athletic performance through strengthening and conditioning.

He became a Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). Pablo was the first intern of the WIMB Exposure Initiative and WIMB is honored to have him providing his personal training services out of our Cambridge and Back Bay locations.

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Gerald Samson: I am a dedicated part-time yoga teacher and experienced massage therapist. I taught full time for five years at Coolidge Yoga before deciding to put my full effort into massage therapy and treating sports injuries. I developed my massage practice at coolidge and out of my home in Boston. I graduated from Hobart and William Smith Colleges in 2011 with a B.A in both in Psychology and Philosophy, and rowed as a student athlete.

I found the practice of yoga after graduating college and it happened to be beneficial for reducing my work stress and the tightness my body had developed from rowing. Wanting to share yoga’s benefits I enrolled in a 200-hour teacher-training program with Ame Wren and the Boston Yoga School in 2014. Through yoga I began to see the body as a puzzle to unravel, which led to a strong interest in bodywork. This led to my enrolled at The Massage School in Boston in 2015.

With the influence of yoga in my bodywork, I work deep into the structure of the body, both to adjust structure and treat injuries that restrict mobility. In school I became skilled in a number of techniques like deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, myofascial release and some elements of eastern bodywork (Shiatsu, Thai massage) and blend all of them into my work. I graduated from The Massage School in February of 2017 with over 200 hours of clinical practice, and have been working as a LMT since graduation.

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Joe Sosinsky is a graduate of The Massage School in Boston passionate about helping people manage and treat acute and chronic pain. Joe was originally inspired to become a massage therapist following his own recovery journey after suffering a shoulder injury. Joe believes that keeping a healthy and mobile body is an essential foundation to live life to its fullest. In his work, Joe utilizes a combination of deep tissue, sports, and orthopedic massage to help achieve the client’s goals. As an athlete himself, Joe understands how important it is to work around injuries and remain active.

Joe is an avid weightlifter, mountain biking, and martial arts enthusiast. Influenced by these pursuits and hobbies, Joe’s philosophy is that health and wellness should considered from a full spectrum approach. He believes the most conducive environment to healing is one where strong collaboration exists between the massage therapist and client.

Joe looks forward to working with the WIMB community to keep you moving.

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