Chris Jones


Christopher is a Board Certified and Licensed Massage Therapist in practice since 2007. In that time he has been privileged to work with everyone from minutes-old infants to those in end-of-life care. Though his main area of practice has been clinical orthopedic therapy, injury rehabilitation, and pain management, Christopher is also certified in pre- and perinatal massage, infant massage, and infant massage instruction. Christopher has also earned a master’s degree in Kinesiology with a specialization in exercise for older adults from A.T. Still University and holds undergraduate degrees in English Literature and Psychology from the University of Maine.


Christopher is also certified as a Corrective Exercise Specialist through, and an Approved Education Provider for, theNational Academy of Sports Medicine. Additionally, Christopher is a longstanding member of theAmerican Massage Therapy Association(AMTA), serves as a Subject Matter Expert for theNational Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork(NCBTMB), and is an educator in the massage therapy field.


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Worcester Fitness Flyers and YWCA Successfully Raise Funds for Pool Starting Blocks

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