Peter is a certified massage therapist specializing in deep tissue, neuromuscular and sports style massage. He received his massage therapy certification in 2003. Peter is gifted in his use of integrated massage techniques and in the use of Muscle Activation Techniques and stretching protocols. Peter specializes in creating a personal massage protocol for each patient based on activity levels, past injuries and current goals. Whether an elite athlete, recreational sports enthusiast or a senior citizen enjoying an active lifestyle he will design a program of massage and self help techniques designed to optimize performance, minimize repetitive stress related injuries and improve muscular health and flexibility.

  • He is currently pursuing his advanced training as a Personal Trainer.
  • He is an athlete himself and massage therapist to the Parker Tri-Club.
  • He has coached youth football and is currently an avid racquetball player.
  • Peter is a certified Life Style Educator specializing in First Line Therapy and an Advanced Trained Biomeridian Technician.
  • Professional Member American Bodywork and Massage Professionals Association

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Sports & Fitness

There is a growing awareness that a complete workout routine includes not only the exercise itself, but also caring for the wear-and-tear and minor injuries that naturally occur with strenuous movement. The physiological and psychological benefits of massage make it an ideal complement to a total conditioning program.

Anyone who routinely stretches their physical limits through movement such as running, cycling, hiking, swimming, dancing, tennis and other racket sports, strength training and aerobics. In fact, anyone who experiences regular physical stress like mothers with small children, gardeners, or those who use their bodies strenuously in their work will find relief with therapeutic massage. Massage is beneficial when starting a conditioning program, because it helps you get into good shape faster, and with less stiffness and soreness. It helps you recover faster from heavy workouts and relieves conditions which may cause injury. Massage can be something to look forward to after a workout - a healthy reward.

To Make an Appointment
Call Pete at 303-805-2282

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