For most of my adult life I have helped provide guidance for the health and fitness of the human body.
On the path to my massage career, I have worked in the fitness industry and as a professional dancer and dance teacher.
Dance was my introduction to strengthening and stretching muscles.
My first year after graduating from Palmer Institute of Massage and Bodywork in 1999, I began my massage therapy career in a comfortable and familiar setting. I worked out of a health club in Beverly, MA.
Then I worked for three years in a small, but growing massage office in the Marblehead/Salem area, eventually becoming the Therapist Manager where I assisted in the hiring and training of new therapists.
The rest of my massage career consisted of doing home visits while simultaneously pursuing my dance career.
One of the truly wonderful things about working as a massage therapist and personal trainer is the flexibility of my scheduling to continue pursuing my dance career. But it also offered the added benefit of an endless supply of dancers to help me hone my skills in injury prevention and pain relief.
Now that I am officially retired from dance, I am enjoying focusing on my own massage practice, facilitating workshops and also spending time pursuing my long time hobby of photography.
I look forward to continuing to learn about the fascinating workings of the human body.
I have taught Massage at Boston University and currently facilitate workshops in: Seated Chair Massage; Pre/Postnatal Massage; Deep Tissue For All Body Types; and Growing Your Massage Practice With Repeat Business And Referrals Using 'The Fine Art Of The Soft Sell™!'
In 2015 I published "How To Grow Your Massage Practice With Repeat Business And Referrals". To purchase individual copies or bulk rate copies, send an e-mail to email@example.com.
I am also in the process of section-hiking the Appalachian Trail.
"Nick Repoli is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education Approved Provider."