Clarene DiBona, NCTMB
Clarene DiBona has a diploma
for the Cape Cod Hospital School Nursing. She holds degrees in
Health Science and Paralegal Studies from Quincy College and
earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from
the University of Massachusetts. She is a graduate of the
Muscular Therapy Institute. She opened Muscle Medics in 1997.
It was running that
introduced her to massage therapy. She learned the benefits of
massage while logging miles of marathon training runs. She has
completed several marathons including the prestigious Boston
From weekend warrior to
professional athletes she has worked with competitors at all
levels. She has traveled to Hawaii several times to man the
finish line at the World Championship Ironman Triathlon in the
massage trenches. She has worked with the Washington Freedom
Women Soccer players, the World Cup Soccer Circuit, Boston
Venue and the Professional Beach Volleyball Circuit, Boston
In 1998 she began working with the New England Patriots Football team as a team massage therapist. She retired from football after fifteen years that included five Superbowl appearances.
Clarene has advanced
certifications in Orthopedic Massage: Soft Tissue Injury and
Rehabilitation Techniques, and Sports Massage. She is
Nationally Certified in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. She
is a member of the American Massage Therapy Association and the
National Association of Nurse Massage Therapists. She has had
the honor or serving on the Professional Advisory Board at the
Muscluar Therapy Institute. She is licensed by the state of
Massachusetts to practice massage therapy.
In August 1999 and March 2001
she was featured in the “Patriot Ledger”. In
August/September 2005, Clarene was profiled in “Massage
Magazine”, a national publication.
Although Clarene’s practice
is closed to new clients at this time, she does refer to her
highly trained associates and will advise if necessary.
Clarene can be reached at
781-331-1615, Extension 1.
Dena Kearney, NCTMB
Dena graduated from the Muscular Therapy
Institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She has been
additionally certified in Soft Tissue Injury and Assessment,
and continues her studies with training's in structural
bodywork and movement, and anatomy through workshops and
private lessons with a Certified Rolfer and Movement
Dena came to practice muscular therapy after
personally experiencing the power of hands on therapy. She had
been continually frustrated and limited by a chronic neck
injury and related headaches, which were finally resolved after
receiving a series of muscular therapy treatments that included
some focused injury work. After, she continued receiving
regular massage and through the changes in her own body and
life, she decided to leave her eleven year career in
Advertising and pursue a career as a Muscular Therapist. Dena
states, "a choice that becomes more interesting and exciting
Dena works with athletes and individuals
recovering from trauma or accident, and many who suffer from
repetitive use injuries, as well as those individuals managing
work and life related stress. She also worked with many of the
New England Patriots from 1999 to 2001 during their training
camp and throughout the regular season at Foxboro Stadium, and
has conducted educational seminars on "Stress Management in the
Workplace". To date her clients range from eight to
ninety-two years old.
Dena can be reached at 781-331-1615,
Joy McGrath, NCTMB
Joy is a graduate of Spa Tech Institute in Plymouth, MA. She is certified in Integrative Massage. In 2011 she became certified in Medical Massage. Joy has been practicing since 2008. She is a member of the Association of Bodywork and Massage Professionals. She has volunteered at the Boston Marathon giving post event massage for three years, multiple road races and chair massage for cancer charities.
She is currently studying Active Release and Orthopedic Techniques. Joy provides deep tissue, prenatal and relaxation massage.
Joy can be reached at 781-331-1615, Extension 3
Christine M. Girouard, NCTMB
Christine was born and raised in Weymouth and graduated from Weymouth High School in 1998. She earned her B.A. in Psychology in 2002 from Saint Michael's College in Winooski, VT. Christine went ack to school at the Muscular Therapy Institute (a 900 hour program) in Cambridge, MA. She graduated from MTI in February 2006 and began her 100 hour internship (per guidelines set by the Town of Weymouth Board of Health) under the tutelage of Clarene DiBona, NCTMB of Muscle Medics and completed it in May 2006. She became Nationally Certified in Therapeutic Massage in December of 2006. Since then, her Continuing Education classes have included, Deep Tissue Massage, Ethical Practices in Massage Therapy, Reflexology for Stress & Prenatal Massage. She also has great interest in Orthopedic Massage and will pursue that field in the future.
In April 2006 she began volunteering at the East Weymouth Neighborhood Association meeting. All proceeds including tips went to the Weymouth Food Pantry. She also provided Chair Massage at the Weymouth Senior Center once a month from August 2006-December 2012. Other volunteer work includes providing Sports Massage for cyclists of the Pan Mass Challenge at Massachusetts Maritime Academy in Bourne, 2005 and 2006. Occasionally, she will travel to offices that treat their employees with a fifteen minute chair massage during mid morning hours, often invigorating and relaxing them for the rest of the day. Christine worked for Maxim Magazine at the Professional Volleyball tour in Marina Bay providing chairmassage to the crowds of people walking around in between sets.
She lives in Marshfield with her husband and son.
Her current office hours include: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 2-8. Every other Saturday or Sunday, 9-5.
Christine can be reached at 781-331-1615, Extension 4.
Kerry Gage, NCTMB
Kerry enjoys working with a wide variety of clients, including chair massage for seniors at the senior center in Weymouth once a month.
She is certified in 200 hours Hot Yoga with Jimmy Barkan, Ft. Lauderdale, FL and completed
a 500 hour teacher training with Dharma Mittra, NYC.
Kerry graduated from the Muscular Therapy Institute, Cambridge MA in 1999. Completing the 900 hour program. She is also educated in deep tissue massage, pre-natal, hot stone, orthopedic massage, Thai yoga massage, foot reflexology, myofascial therapy, and reiki level 2.
Kerry can be reached at 781-331-1615 extension 5
RiniMarie was born and raised on the South Shore. She earned her B.A. in Science, Exercise Physiology in 1997 from Springfield College, in Springfield Massachusetts. Rini went back to school at Spa Tech in Plymouth MA. (a 900 hour program) Since then, her Continuing Education classes have included, Deep Tissue Massage, Ethical Practices in Massage Therapy, Foam Rolling and Advanced stretching. She also has great interest in Orthopedic and Oncology Massage and will pursue that field in the future.
She also spends her down time volunteering and Coaching Weymouth Girls Youth Lacrosse and Weymouth High School Lacrosse. She also enjoys training and running shorter races and 1/2 marathons.
Rinimarie can be reached at 781-331-1615, Extension 6
Stephanie has joyfully been practicing
massage therapy since 1999, with Muscle Medics since 2008. She is a a graduate of the Physical Therapy Assistant program at Bay State College and is a a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant practicing at a local Skilled Nursing Facility. She has given over eight
thousand massage treatments in her career. This experience
has allowed her to develop an accurate wisdom and intuition
that is realized in her hands and her work.
Finding the appropriate pressure for each
client during each session is a skill that Stephanie has
mastered. A great massage is one that allows the client’s
body to relax and be soothed but also be slightly changed and
improved. There is a fine edge between good pressure and
pressure that is a little too much. Finding that edge early
on in a massage session is essential to giving a great
Stephanie graduated from the University of
Massachusetts and The Muscular Therapy Institute. She has
taken continuing education in Reiki, Hot Stone Massage, Deep
Tissue Massage, CranioSacral Therapy, a Shoulder Injury
Workshop, Intrinsic Life Coaching and Ethics.
Massage Therapy is a simple, enjoyable, and
inexpensive way to improve health and your life.
Fundamentally the two most important benefits of massage
therapy are to relieve pain and reduce stress. This is
achieved through improving the circulation of blood and fluids
throughout the body, and improving the operation of the nervous
system by opening spaces for nerve conduction and sending
calming and soothing messages to the brain through the
The best way to enjoy the benefits of
massage therapy is to receive regular treatments. Most
clients begin by coming weekly or every other week to get to a
place of wellness. Then they come monthly to maintain feeling
Please call 781-331-1615 ext. 0 to book an appointment.
Larry has been a therapist at Muscle Medics for 6 years. He
holds a B.S. in Business from Norwich University. He
discovered the field of Massage therapy while training for the
London Marathon. He graduated from the Muscular Therapy
Institute and furthered his massage education by completing the
Advanced Orthopedic Injury and Assessment Certification. He has
worked with World Class and Ironman Triathletes, New England
Patriots, competitive cyclists, Division one college athletes,
professional beach volleyball and World Cup soccer players.
Larry enjoys working with a variety of
clientele to alleviate pain and improve performance. He
combines his treatments using various techniques with client
education to reduce or eliminate chronic muscle tension and
promote physical health. His approach is to use different
modalities to treat chronic tension and pain patterns with a
compassionate and healing touch. He has been involved in
athletics for over 30 years. He has trained for and completed
several marathons and triathlons. He still plays hockey at a
competetive level. Larry currently lives in Bridgewater with
his wife, Maria.
Larry can be reached at 781-331-1615,
Paula Austin, NCTMB
Paula has been in the massage field for over 20 years. A graduate of Bancroft School of Massage Therapy in Worchester MA in January 1992. She's forever the student, constantly taking classes to learn new techniques and stay fresh in her massage knowledge. She attends the New England Regional Conferences every year as well as Cadaver Anatomy classes and various other technique classes. She specializes in Myofascial Therapy and various specific neck, shoulder, back, lumbar, side lying and hip techniques. She's trained in prenatal massage, deep tissue specific work including trigger point and friction as well as Swedish relaxation, chair massage, sports massage and stretching techniques. She's a professional member of AMTA.
She also took special training in Small Animal Massage; she focuses on Canines in her practice. You and your dog can receive massage on the same visit and both leave feeling great!
Paula can be reached at 781-331-1615, Extension 7
Adrian the therapy dog
A graduate of AKC's Canine Good Citizen!
Therapy with Dog BONES of MA
B>uilding Opportunities for Nurturing and Emotional Support!
She attended numerous Massage Conferences, spreading her love around and of course receiving educated pats galore, she's no fool!
We also visit nursing homes, where she woos them all!
She's guaranteed to make you smile as she generouslyl provided wet nose kisses, paws & belly to all pet loving clients!
Adrian is Paula's companion, who also is certified in Canine Massage and of cours Adrian happily serves as her Demo Dog!