David’s journey into bodywork began in 2002 as his passion for human anatomy and his interest in manual therapy lead him to bodywork and massage. After graduation, David began teaching the work and practicing full time at the age of 21. Over the first 5 years, David worked with Chiropractic physicians, Physical Therapists, Personal Trainers, and Yogi’s, honing his craft and learning from industry leaders.
- M.S. (Master Of Kinesiology)- A.T. Still University
In 2013, David received his Master degree in Kinesiology from A.T. Still University. Still interested in maintaining his private practice, David began to explore the connection between bodywork and kinesiology.
- B.S. (Bachelor Of Alternative Medicine)- Everglades University
In 2011, David graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Alternative Medicine from Everglades University and continued from there towards his masters degree.
- Graduate: Tom Myers KMI and Anatomy Trains
In 2008, David graduated from Tom Myers KMI and Anatomy Trains program. Utilizing the foundation of the Rolf method of Structural Integration, David began to deepen his understanding of structural dysfunction and myofascial release technique.
In 2009, David returned to school to pursue a higher level of academic understanding of the human body and opened his own practice offering clinical and structural bodywork.
David has over 15 years experience as a Bodywork instructor expertly training, influencing and mentoring the next generation of therapists studying cutting-edge pain science and alternative medicine.
Over this time period, David has had the pleasure of practicing this therapy in different environmental settings, such as traveling with a pro cycling team around North America and treating indigenous Aymara Indians in the Southern Antiplano of Bolivia.
While his roots are in Charlotte, David is always seeking opportunities to blend his passion for bodywork and his passion for adventure wherever it takes him.