Intro to Sports Massage

May 2, 2020

May 3, 2020

10:00 am To 5:00 pm

Seattle, WA, USA





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Event Description

Our intro to sports massage course is a 2 day, 16-hour class that embodies lectures and hands-on training. We do spend more time with hands-on training as we want you to feel comfortable going out and performing what you learn and continue to learn upon what you practiced in our class.

Our hands-on course teaches Event Sports massage for Pre-Event, Post-Event and Intra Event. We also go over body mechanics so you can be conscious of how you are practicing and practice correctly so you can do this type of work late into your career.

We will discuss:

Thermo dysfunction management (Hyperthermia/Hypothermia)

Cramp management

Getting involved within the sports massage profession

Working with other health care providers

What to bring to events

and more…

We have 2 instructors with a combined 40 years of experience. Both with their unique style and background education. Classes are fun, upbeat, play music and people leave happy and full of knowledge.


Delaney Farmer & Scott Lesieur



About the Instructor

Delaney Farmer:

Delaney has been licensed as a Massage Therapist since 1998, and graduated from Washington State University in 2007 with a degree in Athletic Training. Delaney currently works at Lake Washington High School as the school’s Head Athletic Trainer, owner of his own practice: PRM Sports Therapy, therapist for the Seattle Sounders MLS team (since ’10), Seattle Storm WNBA Basketball Team (since ’08). Currently, Delaney has been working as a medical team member for various USA Track & Field team events and  USA Dive Team events - traveling the world as an Athletic Trainer and Massage Therapist.

Scott Lesieur

Scott has been a therapist since 1997 and graduated from East West College of Healing Arts. He also went to International College of Universal Reflexology in Camas, WA and graduated in 2003. From 2002-2014  Scott was director of the Washington Sports Massage Team, a strong organization working with over 30+ events a year in Washington State. Scott is an avid runner having done races from 5K to 100 miles, he also cycles and has played various sports growing up. He loves sports massage, but is also trained in Reflexology, Cranial Sacral, Shiatsu, and many other techniques.

Registration Details

Please reach out to Delaney Farmer at…..   de*****@PR**************.com

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