Robbin Blake

Massage Therapist, LMP

  • Office: (206) 417-1298

Bio

Ever since Robbin graduated from the Brian Utting School of Massage in Seattle in 2004, the focus of her practice has been helping people to recover from injuries or chronic pain by using orthopedic massage and structural bodywork.  She has further enhanced her treatment skills by completing a 250–hour Advanced Certification for Orthopedic Massage program at the Port Townsend School of Massage and taking 754 hours of training to become a certified Aston-Patterner (structural bodywork with movement and ergonomics coaching).  In total, Robbin has taken over 1,500 hours of continuing education in addition to completing a 1000–hour professional massage program.

The mix of orthopedic massage and Aston Patterning® that Robbin uses with each client is unique to that client. Both modalities of bodywork use assessment to determine very specifically what has been injured and what could be aligned better to be more supportive to reduce or eliminate pain and to increase mobility.  This enables Robbin to select the appropriate techniques and to be very efficient throughout the time of a session.  By treating the underlying causes of problems, instead of chasing after the symptoms of problems, Robbin reduces the overall amount of time needed for treatment and gets her clients back to doing the things they enjoy faster.

In addition to her practice at Peak Sports and Spine Physical Therapy, Robbin enjoys working through two sports massage teams to do event sports massage at numerous bike, running and other sports events throughout the year. 

Ever since Robbin graduated from the Brian Utting School of Massage in Seattle in 2004, the focus of her practice has been helping people to recover from injuries or chronic pain by using orthopedic massage and structural bodywork.  She has further enhanced her treatment skills by completing a 250–hour Advanced Certification for Orthopedic Massage program at the Port Townsend School of Massage and taking 754 hours of training to become a certified Aston-Patterner (structural bodywork with movement and ergonomics coaching).  In total, Robbin has taken over 1,500 hours of continuing education in addition to completing a 1000–hour professional massage program.

The mix of orthopedic massage and Aston Patterning® that Robbin uses with each client is unique to that client. Both modalities of bodywork use assessment to determine very specifically what has been injured and what could be aligned better to be more supportive to reduce or eliminate pain and to increase mobility.  This enables Robbin to select the appropriate techniques and to be very efficient throughout the time of a session.  By treating the underlying causes of problems, instead of chasing after the symptoms of problems, Robbin reduces the overall amount of time needed for treatment and gets her clients back to doing the things they enjoy faster.

In addition to her practice at Peak Sports and Spine Physical Therapy, Robbin enjoys working through two sports massage teams to do event sports massage at numerous bike, running and other sports events throughout the year. 

Ever since Robbin graduated from the Brian Utting School of Massage in Seattle in 2004, the focus of her practice has been helping people to recover from injuries or chronic pain by using orthopedic massage and structural bodywork.  She has further enhanced her treatment skills by completing a 250–hour Advanced Certification for Orthopedic Massage program at the Port Townsend School of Massage and taking 754 hours of training to become a certified Aston-Patterner (structural bodywork with movement and ergonomics coaching).  In total, Robbin has taken over 1,500 hours of continuing education in addition to completing a 1000–hour professional massage program.

The mix of orthopedic massage and Aston Patterning® that Robbin uses with each client is unique to that client. Both modalities of bodywork use assessment to determine very specifically what has been injured and what could be aligned better to be more supportive to reduce or eliminate pain and to increase mobility.  This enables Robbin to select the appropriate techniques and to be very efficient throughout the time of a session.  By treating the underlying causes of problems, instead of chasing after the symptoms of problems, Robbin reduces the overall amount of time needed for treatment and gets her clients back to doing the things they enjoy faster.

In addition to her practice at Peak Sports and Spine Physical Therapy, Robbin enjoys working through two sports massage teams to do event sports massage at numerous bike, running and other sports events throughout the year. 

Education & Accomplishments

  • Master of Business Administration – University of Oregon
  • Bachelor of Arts – Ohio State University
  • Massage Certificate from Brian Utting School of Massage
  • Certified Aston-Patterner®
  • Advanced Certification in Orthopedic Massage
  • Over 1500 Hours of continuing education

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