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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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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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Dr. Samantha Burnett grew up in the southern tier of upstate New York. She received her Bachelor’s degree in biology from Hobart and William Smith Colleges where she also competed in Division III swimming, holding several records during her collegiate career. Samantha received her Masters in Sports Medicine at Concordia University Chicago. She received her doctorate from New York Chiropractic College. Her clinical experiences range from swimmers, runners and cyclists to CrossFit lifters.

When she isn’t swimming, running or riding her bike, you can find her at a local tea or coffee shop reading a new book or hiking and exploring new trails.

Insurances Accepted:

Blue Cross/Blue Shield Harvard Pilgrim Aetna Mass General Brigham (Allways)

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I believe that your body is designed to feel AMAZING.

Hi! My name is Bethany, and I’m a Californian native living in Boston. From a young age, I was a competitive athlete and fell in love with movement. Now as a Certified Personal Trainer, Fascial Stretch Therapist, Nutritionist, and Mat Pilates Instructor, I’ve had the opportunity to work with clients ranging from professional athletes to fitness newbies.

Through the years, I’ve had my fair share of sports related injuries including multiple joint dislocations, hip labral tears, and a severely broken wrist. I understand how difficult and painful the recovery process can be! Because of my experiences, I’ve been able to successfully partner with clients dealing with pain or traumatic injuries to work around the limitations and still achieve their goals.

My desire is to empower my clients to look and feel their best in a way that is safe, sustainable, effective, and fun! If you’re interested in working with me or have any questions, please reach out here, I’d love to hear from you. -Bethany Endter

Education

NCEP Certified Personal Trainer

Level 2 Fascial Stretch Therapist by Stretch To Win Institute

200 hr Yoga Teacher Training by Yogaworks

AFPA Certified Holistic Nutritionist

AFPA Certified Sports Nutritionist

Equinox EFTI Levels 1 - 3+

Equinox Mat Pilates Instructor

Breathwork Teacher Training by Unplug Meditation

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Tom Church: After more than 20 years as a massage therapist, Tom is still growing in his skills and knowledge. Much of his career has been focused on athletes of all levels from the beginner to the Olympian. The techniques he has learned through his extensive work with athletes provide skills and resources that are part of the toolbox he opens at the beginning of the session and are used as the need arrives.

Tom has always grounded his sessions in understanding the context of what brings you in for treatments; knowing that we don’t actually heal your aches, pains, and injuries, but help you to heal; and continuing to stay up to date on sports science and therapy knowledge.

As a sports massage therapist, Tom is a team member of the NSAF Sports Medicine Team, has worked many events including the USATF Indoor Track & Field Championships with the medical team, Boston Marathon, the Blackburn Challenge (rowing and paddling), the team therapist for Harvard Swimming and Diving, Harvard Squash, Harvard Softball, Harvard Water Polo, and Boston College Track & Field and Cross Country. He worked for many with Ivy League teams at the Ivy League Swimming and Diving Championships and the lead therapist for the New England Masters Swimming Championships.

Tom is also a running coach focusing on endurance athletes running track, roads and trails. Is a Performance Therapist for those that want to bring their therapist to their training sessions. And does form analysis and mobility assessments outside of the treatment room.

Tom has a background in running having started as a 10 year old with track and the roads, moving to cross country in college, then adding the trails after college. He is now mostly retired with dreams of finding time in his schedule to train seriously again. Maybe in retirement.

When Tom isn’t helping you be the best you can be, he can be found learning, reading, spending time with his wife, dog and cat, on the trails, and enjoying a new beer and a nice meal.

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Dr. Lianne Farber is a Boston area Physical Therapist with a passion for treating and preventing orthopedic and running-related injuries. Her mission is to utilize the full extent of her professional knowledge to help others move through life at their full potential.

Lianne grew up on Long Island and graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she went from a walk-on to a 4 time all-American cross country and track and field athlete before graduating from Tufts University School of Medicine with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy.

Prior to her career in physical therapy, Lianne was a professional runner for Team New Balance Boston and the NorCal Distance Project specializing in the 1500m distance and qualified for 5 USA Track and Field National Championships. During Lianne’s professional career she trained alongside Olympians Kate Grace, Elle Purrier, Heather MacLean, Cory McGee and Kim Conley. Lianne has personal best times of 4:11 in the 1500m and 4:28 in the mile. Other career highlights include her top 10 finish at the 5th Avenue Mile and her 2:40 debut marathon at the California International Marathon in 2022.

After 20 years of competitive distance running and countless injuries, Lianne found her true passion in helping others prevent injury and continue doing what they love. Having had many setbacks of her own including a near career-ending foot fracture, she is able to empathize with the many emotions her patients face while dealing with injury and use her personal athletic experience to help keep them active and pain-free.

When not in the clinic, Lianne can be found running many miles along the Charles and with the Tracksmith Boston Hares. She is having fun trying to move up in race distance and has a goal of qualifying for the Olympic trials in the marathon.

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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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Lucia Kepler is a graduate of the American Academy of Health and Beauty in Manchester, NH. She has always found the most satisfaction while working with her hands; that combined with the desire to help others feel better physically, she found that manual therapy was a great fit.

Lucia takes an interest in the science of longevity and believes bodywork is an excellent contributor to helping people continue living healthier and happier, longer. She enjoys learning about the ways we can improve our health and hopes to share that knowledge through working with her clients. Her interests in massage include deep tissue, myofascial, and orthopedic modalities. Lucia is looking forward to continuing her education and improving her practice every day. She is currently working towards her Stretching and Flexibility Coaching certification through NASM.

Growing up surrounded by mountains in New Hampshire, Lucia enjoys hiking and skiing, as well as running and strength training. She also has a love for baking, Formula 1, discovering new music, watching professional track and field, and trying new cafés.

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Dr. LoTempio received his Doctorate degree from New York Chiropractic College, where he obtained an advanced certification in Sports Science and Human Performance. He attended and received his undergraduate degree from Binghamton University, while playing Division I soccer for the Bearcats. At chiropractic college, he further developed his manual therapy knowledge by attending courses, and becoming certified in Active Release Technique (ART), Functional and Kinetic Treatment with Rehab (FAKTR), and Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM). He prides himself on evidence-based care, pairing his manual therapy with up to date functional rehabilitation. Dr. LoTempio holds specializations in Functional Range Conditioning (FRC), and Postural Restoration Institute (PRI), which allows him to use both systematic approaches to educate and provide each patient with the tools to keep them moving, and adapting to everyday stressors.

As a Division I collegiate soccer player, Dr. LoTempio spent hundreds of hours in the training room, rehabbing an assortment of injuries. With a Bachelors degree in Psychology, he understands how pain is heavily controlled by the brain, and how our mental health can be affected. He holds a certification as an Oxygen Advantage Functional Breathing Instructor, and uses breathwork practices to tap into the nervous system, creating a bridge between your body, your physiology, and your mind. He has been through numerous post-op rehabilitation programs, and implements his own personal experience with his clinical knowledge, to provide evidence-based care.

When out of the office, Dr. LoTempio can be found reading up on the human body, checking out local cafés, or running through the streets of Boston exploring the local street art.

*Insurances Accepted:

Blue Cross/Blue Shield

Harvard Pilgrim

Aetna

Allways

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Akasia is from Northern California and grew up in the vineyards north of San Francisco. She completed her undergraduate studies in Human Biology at the University of California Santa Cruz. She moved to Massachusetts to study at the New England School of Acupuncture at MCPHS. Akasia earned her masters in oriental medicine and her doctorate in Acupuncture and integrative pain management. She is trained in Chinese, Japanese, and orthopedic acupuncture styles, with a special interest in Sports Medicine.

Akasia is very passionate about fitness in many forms. Growing up with a mother who is a yoga instructor, she has been practicing yoga as long as she can remember. Akasia also is a dancer with a love of learning world dance styles. In college Akasia found her love of mountain biking in the Santa Cruz Redwoods. She also loves hiking, weightlifting, and experiencing new fitness activities of any kind. When she’s not treating patients or at the gym, Akasia is drinking tea, cooking, or creating artwork. She loves making pottery, watercolor painting, carving stamps for printmaking, and sewing clothes.

Insurances Accepted:

Blue Cross Blue Shield

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Dr. Wilson Ray is a Chicago-area native who grew up playing a variety of sports, going on to play football for North Park University in Chicago and graduating in 2018 with a degree in Exercise Science. Shortly after completing his Bachelors Degree, Wilson moved to Boston to begin his studies for Physical Therapy at Northeastern University where he earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2022. While in school, Wilson also became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist to enhance his DPT degree and to optimize his ability to prescribe, program and administer exercise programs.

Since moving to Boston, Wilson has grown a deep interest in running. He quickly fell in love with trail and ultra running, and has since completed two 100 mile, five 50 mile, and multiple 50 kilometer races, along with running a double crossing of the Grand Canyon.

At Wellness in Motion Boston, Wilson hopes to help all individuals, along with runners of all ability and experience levels to identify and understand the causes of injury, and maximize their ability to live happy, healthy lifestyles. He believes in an active approach to rehabilitation, and hopes to empower his patients to use regular movement and exercise to minimize pain and lead healthy lives.

Outside the clinic, you can find Wilson running on local trails, hiking and camping in the mountains, and volunteering at local trail races.

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Lei Ann was born and raised in Hawaii, but has lived in the Boston area for the past 30 years. She graduated from the New England School of Acupuncture in 2005, receiving her dual concentration Masters degree in Chinese acupuncture and herbal medicine with a certificate in Japanese acupuncture. She is also a NCCAOM Diplomate of Acupuncture and holds a Bachelors of Science in Human Physiology from Boston University.

Lei Ann has a special interest in orthopedics and sports medicine issues, chronic aches and pain, as well as stress-related disorders.

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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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Dr. Bash is a Physical Therapist in the Boston area who specializes in treating and preventing running injuries as well as other orthopedic conditions. Dr. Bash has been a Physical Therapist for 8 years as well as a Personal Trainer for 20 years.

Education/Career: Bash graduated from Northeastern University with a BS in Athletic Training. While on co-op at Northeastern he worked at area high schools, colleges, as well as the New England Patriots during the 2004 Super Bowl season. Once he graduated, he went on to work at Boston College as an Athletic Trainer. Ultimately wanting to learn more and not be limited in how he treats patients, he went back to school to receive his Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Franklin Pierce University. Bash then began to work at an Outpatient Orthopedic clinic upon graduating and worked with patients aged 8-95 with various injuries.

Bash has also taken several continuing education courses and certifications including Certified Strength Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), Graston Technique Certified (Level 1 and 2), Full Body Active Release Technique Certified, Integrative Dry Needling and Selective Functional Movement Assessment. He loves to learn and continues to take various courses to gain knowledge so he can provide the best treatments for his patients.

Personal Background:

Bash is an avid endurance athlete. He has completed 15 marathons, including 4 Boston marathons. He has also competed in 7 Ironman triathlons and 15 half Ironman’s. In 2021, he finished 2 nd at Ironman Waco qualifying for the Ironman World Championships in Hawaii. In 2022, he then fulfilled a life long dream of competing and finishing the Ironman World Championships. He has also qualified for the Half Ironman World Championship 4 times. He can relate to what some of his patients have been going through due to injuries from overtraining, as he has dealt with his own personal injuries throughout the years. 

When he is not working, Bash loves spending time with his wife and two daughters. He is either at the park or racing them around the block. He loves being outside with them and tries to instill the value of living a healthy, active lifestyle.

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