Kurt got his BS in Sociology in 1995, then turned his attention to becoming a professional cyclist. Never getting further than the USA Cycling talent pool, he quit racing in 1999 and decided to pursue a career as a Massage Therapist at his wife’s urging. Immediately upon completion of that degree he went on the road for the next 3 years, travelling both domestically and internationally with professionally cycling teams. With he and his wife’s pregnancy in 2003, Kurt came off the road to establish his Massage practice in Portland. He has currently works with athletes from the recreational to Olympic levels and serves as a cycling consultant for PACE.
I can’t say enough about Kurt. If you are an athlete and want an amazing sports massage, he is the one to see. Kurt knows all the small details and commonly tight areas on runners. He picks up on very specific things and works on them until he notices a change. Every massage I have gotten from Kurt has been excellent. I am a physical therapist and refer many patients to him with 100% confidence they will have nothing short of a positive experience and one of the best massages of their life.
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