NCMTMB Provider #285
Audrey Blanchard has been in the Alternative Medicine Field since 2002. She earned her certifications in Massage Therapy, Holistic Nutrition Consulting and Personal Training. Her bodywork focus has always been Manual Therapy techniques, helping people get out of pain and start moving again. Early on she attended extensive continuing education and was privileged to be mentored by seasoned Paul St. John trained Neuromuscular Therapists. She believes “going to the source for training” and having as many tools as possible is the best motto. She took advantage of her youth and travelled for many of the modalities she mastered. These modalities include St. John Neuromuscular Therapy (now termed Neurosomatic Therapy), Aaron Mattes Active Isolated Stretching, John Barnes Myofascial Release and ACE Massage Cupping. In order to get the best understanding of the body she studied Anatomy and Physiology in a college setting. Audrey has taught Pilates, studied Aromatherapy and used hot and cold therapy extensively. Over the years she has added many tools to her tool belt and considers herself a lifelong learner. Audrey is the owner of Blanchard Wellness Clinic, a Manual Therapy clinic for complex cases of all ages and athletes looking to improve their performance. Fitness is a huge part of Audrey’s life, she always prescribes specific exercises for her clients and is an avid Crossfitter. Postural Analysis is the basis of every session with Audrey, it gives her an edge and takes the guess work out of the equation. Nutrition and healthy eating are a passion of Audrey’s that she enjoys sharing with her clients. Audrey has been a NCBTMB approved continuing education provider since 2013. Her favorite part of teaching classes is interacting with other therapists and sharing her passion for posture and mobility, which she believes is key to helping people get out of pain and achieve their goals.
- Isolated Muscle Therapy- Introduction to Postural Analysis
- Isolated Muscle Therapy- Basic Treatment Strategies for Postural Analysis
- Habits of a Happy and Healthy Massage Therapist