Male Pelvic Floor: Advanced Massage and Bodywork for Tension, Dysfunction, and Pain

Education / Post-Graduate Studies


My massage and bodywork training began with an extensive 1250-hour program at the Boulder College of Massage Therapy in Colorado. A required 4th-semester internship was fulfilled working with the dancers of the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Company in Denver. I have since taken a wide variety of post-graduate courses and trainings, including Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular Therapy, Sportsmassage, and many others. The Sportsmassage trainings enabled me to obtain national certification in that discipline, which qualified me as a Sportsmassage Therapist to work directly with athletes at the Olympics, Goodwill Games, and Boston Marathon. I also worked with U.S.A. Judo at their training facility as the national team prepared for the Olympics and World Championships.

I have been in private practice for 25 years, and am honored to work with a variety of wonderful clients. As a volunteer I've offered my massage and bodywork services to patients at California Pacific Medical Center and other health care organizations, and at local sports competitions. For more detailed information, see below.

As my work has evolved over the years, a combination of client needs / requests and my own interests has led me to focus most of my work on the core areas of the body, including the low back, pelvis, hips, thighs, and abdomen. The pelvic floor is an important part of the core, as is clear from the information in this website. My core work is detailed and comprehensive, thoroughly engaging all the muscles that comprise this key area. It includes prone (face down), supine (face up), and side-lying work, which allows better access to muscles such as the adductors on the inside of the thigh as well as those on the outside: the IT Band and side muscles of the hip, pelvis, and lower trunk. You can find more information on my other website at

A note about my work space: I have a separate room comfortably set up for massage and bodywork purposes. My Colorado Healing Arts table is high quality, extra-wide, has ample padding, and is topped with a fleece pad for extra cushioning. A face cradle gently supports your head and I use 100% cotton flannel sheets and face cradle covers. The room is kept comfortably warm and I will gladly adjust the temperature to your liking (just ask!). Light, relaxing music plays in the background, either from my own collection or, if you prefer, a favorite CD from yours.


Boulder College of Massage Therapy in Boulder, Colorado: 4 semesters / 1250 hours. The curriculum:

Massage and Bodywork Track: Swedish Massage, Shiatsu Massage, and Neo-Reichian Massage

Science Track: Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, and Nutrition

Psychology Track: Personal Integration Seminar, Basic Counseling Skills, and Body-Centered Therapy

Electives: Sportsmassage, Aston-Patterning, and Hydrotherapy

4th semester internship with the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Company in Denver, CO.

Post-Graduate Studies

Neuromuscular Therapy 1 certificate Neuromuscular Therapy 2 certificate Neuromuscular Therapy 3 certificate Neuromuscular Therapy 4 certificate Kurashova Institute certificate Looyenwork certificate Certificate collage

Sportsmassage: Sharon Mason-Jordan, Boulder College of Massage Therapy

Sportsmassage - Restoration and Retraining: Myk Hungerford, Sports Massage Training Institute

Neuromuscular Therapy 1 - Cervical Injuries, Pelvic Stabilization and Spinal Biomechanics: Paul St. John, St. John Neuromuscular Therapy Seminars

Neuromuscular Therapy 2 - Pain Mechanisms of the Low Back: Paul St.John, St. John NMT Seminars

Neuromuscular Therapy 3 - Shoulder, Extremity and Joint Decompression: Paul St. John, St. John NMT Seminars

Neuromuscular Therapy 4 - TMJ Dysfunction, Hands, Feet and Eyes: Paul St. John, St. John NMT Seminars

The Core of Sportsmassage: John Harris, MT

Neural Reset Therapy: The Lower Body Ralph Stephens, NRT Trainings

Advanced Techniques of Massage Therapy - The Neck: Robert King, RMT

Russian Clinical and Sports Massage: Zhenya Kurashova, Kurashova Institute for Studies in Physical Medicine

Soft Tissue Release: Stuart Taws, British Institute of Sports Therapy

Scientific Abdominal Training: Paul Chek, Paul Chek Seminars

Scientific Back Training: Paul Chek, Paul Chek Seminars

Flexibility - Active and Assistive Isolated Stretching: Aaron Mattes, Kinesiotherapist, LMT

Lab Anatomy for Bodyworkers: Doug Thorpe, Life Chiropractic College

CranioSacral Therapy 1: Judith Bradley, P.T., Upledger Institute

Manual Link 1: Paul Chaffour, D.O., Upledger Institute

Visceral Manipulation 1A: Kenneth Lossing, D.O., Upledger Institute

Visceral Manipulation 1B: Gail Wetzler, RPT, CVMI, Upledger Institute

Integrative Manual Therapy for Low Back and Lower Quadrant: Stephen Moran, PT. Dialogues in Contemporary Rehabilitation / Upledger Institute

Multidisciplinary Approaches to Myofascial Pain: Leon Chaitow, N.D., D.O.; John Hannon, D.C.; Thomas Myers; Benny Vaugn, L.M.T., A.T.C.; Judith DeLany, L.M.T. - International Alliance of Healthcare Educators

Body Mobilization Technique: Robert King, RMT

Sportsmassage Congress - Sports Anatomy, Special Techniques for Lower Body Sports Injuries, Gait Analysis, Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation, Counterstrain for Sports Injuries, and Corrective Exercises for the Athlete: Sports Massage Training Institute

Trager Bodywork: Gail Stewart, Trager Institute

LooyenWork - Painless Deep Tissue: Ted Looyen

Trigger Point: Ulli Limpitlaw, and all NMT trainings

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