As a sports massage therapist and runner with close to 30 years of experience, I have been interviewed numerous times for publications such as Runners World and New York Runner.


“Self-massage is an important part of training that can help you prepare for, and recover from, big races.”


“Stroking movements flush out the waste products and dilate blood vessels so oxygen and nutrients flow more quickly to speed recovery.”


“If you have the right shoes and training plan, and you eat and hydrate well, massage is the one extra thing that will make a difference in how you train and race.”

ARTICLE: “The Lowdown on Rubdowns”
BY: Beth McNichol


“An IT band strain, a hamstring tear, a quad pull, shin splints, plantar fasciitis, or a sprained ankle- all of these benefit from deep tissue sports massage.”

ARTICLE: “How to Keep Fit while Injuired”
BY: Yishane Lee

Other Interviews:

14 Things to Know before You get a Sports Massage, Runner’s World March 2017