Massage Therapist, Yoga Instructor, Personal Trainer
Pain prevention through restoration, realignment and retraining
"At the top! I have had many 'world class treatments' and Dominick is right there!"
- Denise, St. Davids
It is my intention to treat strain patterns before they become pain patterns. My goal is to provide relief by treating muscle imbalances that create asymmetry with hands-on therapy and movement education. I would like to help each client bring balance to their body and to cultivate more awareness of posture and movement so that they become more empowered to reinforce healthful changes that result from this work.
Dominick Martino is a licensed massage therapist, and registered yoga instructor. With over 15 years of experience in the field, Dominick Martino has developed his own approach to bodywork. It is his intention to help alleviate your discomfort, treating imbalances and strain patterns before they become pain, to help you understand what may have contributed to the present state and empower you to avoid future injury or trauma.
Dominick incorporates varying styles and influences into his manual therapy and bodywork: deep tissue, soft tissue, sports massage, Myofascial and trigger point work, Traditional Thai Massage, Musculoskeletal Alignment. He brings a freshness to each customized session. His background in bodywork and yoga gives him a unique set of skills that he applies to your sessions.
He works with patients recovering from injures as well as those in or recently discharged from Physical Therapy. Dominick's touch has been described as deep and nurturing and is skilled in finding those troublesome spots while easing your pain and discomfort. Dominick believes that healing is a process and that a patient and nurturing touch is the best path to results.
Dominick is certified in FMS (Functional Movement Screening) and uses these assessments in your movement session. After assessing your strengths and weaknesses, Dominick will teach you retraining exercises to reinforce changes accomplished by the Myoskeletal work and help you discover how your posture may be leading to your pain. You will get stronger by building awareness of your imbalances and learning to move more efficiently.
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"We can see that an important factor in both preventing injuries and in improving performance is to identify deficits in mobility and stability, both of which influence the creation of altered motor programs throughout the kinetic chain."
- Gray Cook, Movement