David Ferrarini graduated the massage therapy diploma program at Hesser College in 2013. This 860 hour program trained therapists to identify and treat the causes of muscle/soft tissue discomfort and dysfunction. Throughout this course of study, David took a special interest in learning about the function of muscles, the actions they cause and, when tight, the ways they can cause the body to adapt. This adaptive behavior should often be the focus of the massage treatment. Knowing how to follow this trail makes a massage session more productive and successful in returning optimal function.
David continues to focus his education on the movement and function of muscles, adding to his knowledge base in resolving soft tissue problems both from the perspective of providing treatment and educating clients in self-care. He has taken courses in Zero Balancing, Arthro-Fascial Stretching and Mobilization, Cranial/Structural Core Distortion Release and Frontal/Occipital Decompression, and most recently has begun to learn Myoskeletal Alignment techniques from Erik Dalton.
"I feel that if you understand what is going on inside your body, you have a better understanding of what needs to be done to heal it. This is why I take the time to teach you about what is going on, what I see, what I feel, why the modality, or technique. Together we will devise a treatment plan based on your input that will help us achieve your goals. Just like you, I want to see results and get rid of your pain or discomfort as fast as you do."
- Deep Tissue massage
- Energy Work
- Myofascial release
- On site chair massage
- Sports Massage
Where I practice
- Client’s House
- Client’s Office
- Therapist’s Private Practice Office
State license/Certificate: NH 5016M
Experience: 4-10 years
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I do not accept insurance
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