My name is Bill. My massage style is integrated; Using a combination of Myofascial and Neuromuscular/Trigger Point techniques, I focus on clinical, sports, and musical instrument related injuries.
I was certified as a massage therapist in 2005 after a career in Information Technology and Education. My advanced massage education has focused on trigger point, sports, and stretching.
I was a junior in high school when Pet Sounds and Sargeant Pepper were released. I joined the AVA to get out of lunch and study hall so as to listen to records in our office. Oh, I was also a band nerd (clarinet). My 3rd and most treasured LP was clear orange vinyl copy Todd Rundgren's group ‘Nazz'. I also was from Philadelphia. Saw Elton John's first show in Philadelphia at the original Electric Factory (the girl I took can't remember being at the show, duh); Saw The Who do ‘Tommy' there, also. Saw Jimmy Hendrix at the Spectrum in 1969 from the 5th row the day after my senior prom. I was a DJ on Trenton State College's 5 watt FM radio station WTSR (Wonderful Witzer) and on the Concert Committee. The rest of that section of my life is blurry, but I do remember seeing Bruce and the E Street band at Uncle Al's Earlton Lounge as we were deciding if they should play on campus 🙂
So, I heard about Dr. Dot from a former student of mine and interviewed with Catherine. I am available for site work in the extended Annapolis/Eastern Shore, Baltimore, Northern Virginia areas and I will tour and I am as durable as any roadie. You will not be disappointed.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and put "Baltimore/Bill" in the subject line and I will answer you straight away.