I am a professional and highly trained massage therapist. I was initially certified by the California Massage Therapy Council in 2011 and remain a member in good standing.
I use specific assessment and bodywork techniques to help people relieve and manage stress, chronic physical tension, and pain including neck, back, hip, shoulder, foot, and some forms of knee pain. I've had good success in helping reduce or eliminate headaches and with acute or sudden-onset pain as well.
I'm well-trained in relaxation-style massage modalities, and highly trained in more therapeutic, rehabilitation-style techniques. I'm also certified in pre-natal, pregnancy massage.
If you’d like to set up an appointment with me, you may do so here. You can reach me by phone or email. I would be pleased to be your massage therapist for all your ethical massage needs, and am happy to answer any questions you might have about my services.
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I have a passion for wellness optimization. I love helping my clients reach their health goals.
I've been working in the field of massage therapy since 2011. In 2017, I went into private practice, as it allows for more flexibility with clients, the ability to set my own schedule, and more income potential (but also more financial risk!).
I've received over 2,000 class hours of massage training. Only 500 hours are required for certification as a massage therapist, and 657 hours of training is the national average. I've found that the additional training has a tendency to lead to better long term outcomes for my clients. It's a rewarding feeling to frequently get to see and hear about those results.
The bulk of my education in the massage field took place at the Western Institute of Neuromuscular Therapy (1,000 hrs) and through the Advanced Neuromuscular Therapist's program at the National Holistic Institute (450 hrs) where I graduated with honors and learned a lot about trigger points and orthopedic assessments. More recently, I've been studying Rolfing-type structural integration and myofascial release work, and other techniques that cross multiple disciplines involving (human) bodywork, yet still technically within the scope of massage therapy. We call this style of bodywork integrated manual therapy. By matching the treatment technique to the pathology of the condition based on ongoing assessment, we facilitate a higher state of return to optimal function and wellness, and help to prevent potential future injuries.
Training is great, but if it's not applied, how can one know whether it's truly valuable? I use it regularly, so I know it is.
I'm contracted with Kathy Flippin of Dynamic Touch Massage and work with her at her Laguna Niguel location. She has high standards for all her therapists and her company is very reputable. However, my rates for private clientele are somewhat discounted over the general going rate there, and if you're reading this and interested in a session with me, make sure you let the scheduling office know you discovered me through one of my personal business cards or websites, JasonYarbroughCMT.com and PrecisionCMT.com, in order to qualify for my rates for private clientele.
Lastly I've studied nutrition and health as a hobby for nearly 20 years, and am currently in school for nutritionist certification. I've been to a number of chiropractors, massage therapists, physical therapists and physicians over the years for health issues that I've had, and have gained a small number of quality references to health practitioners from other disciplines which I share with clients when applicable. This is a resource I'm happy to share.
I hope to see you at the clinic soon.
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Jason Yarbrough, ANMT, CMT
California Massage Therapy Council (CAMTC) Certification #28879
Member of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) #1289960