Therapeutic massage and structural bodywork for overcoming and preventing acute and chronic pain.
William Fuller has been a Structural Bodyworker and Certified Massage Therapist, in San Francisco, since 2010. With a extensive background in Sport Science he combines multiple massage styles with holistic principles to achieve effective tension release and positive structural change.
In 2005 William's passion to teach the human body and its applications to movement took over. He completed a Post Graduate Certificate of Education in Physical Education from Southampton University. Over the next five years he taught a vast range of sports, abilities and ages around the world including Southampton, London, Kenya and Kuwait.
In 2010 William chose a career shift after discovering a unique physical rehabilitation training program in San Francisco. Founded by Dr. Meir Schneider who was born blind to deaf parents but regained his vision through a series of exercises and understanding. The approach combines a in depth knowledge of the human body with movements and self care techniques such as massage and stretching. This is also where Willian learnt a variety of massage modalities and how to utilize these to best suit the clients needs.
After three years of training he graduated and started work at the University of Califonia San Francisco (UCSF) in the sports and recreation centre. He now works at one of the top sports medicine clinics in San Francisco known as the Chiro-Medical Group. A collaborative multi disciplinarian approach to health care combing top specialists in their fields including massage, chiropractic care, physical therapy, nutrition and medicine.
- Deep Tissue massage
- Movement Education
- Myofascial Massage
- Myofascial release
- On site chair massage
- Pregnancy Massage
- Sports Massage
- Structural Integration
- Swedish Massage
Where I practice
- Chiropractic Office
- Rehab Center
State license/Certificate: CA 17534
Experience: 4-10 years
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I do not accept insurance
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