Elite Massage Therapy, LLC
Jacob Kilbride, LMT, CF-L1, FMT, USAW
Jacob Kilbride is a graduate from Spencerian School of Massage. Jacob spent his internship at the University of Louisville with the Swim and Dive team, and currently works with the Spaulding University Track & Field team. Jacob is a certified Level 1 CrossFit trainer, coaching at the Training Studio, where Elite Massage Therapy is located. He has been training athletes of all levels since 2007. Jacob brings his passion for athletics to his massage practice. He specializes in sport performance massage; he also has skills in Gau Sha, Kinesio taping, Swedish massage, and various other massage techniques. The combination of his skills and background is great for any type of athlete or the weekend warrior. Jacob is very excited to be starting his new career and looks forward to working with you soon.
LMT, Crossfit Level 1, Crossfit Endurance, Crossfit Olympic, USA Weightlifting Sports Perfomance Coach, CPR/First Aid Intructor and EMT-B Certified, FMT, KT1, KT2, KT3
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Elite Massage Therapy St Matthews LLC
161 St Matthews Ave Suite 11, Louisville KY
Patrick Weant, LMT
Patrick graduated from Southeastern School of Neuromuscular Massage in Jacksonville FL in 2008. He has a National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork which is a high honor for massage therapist. Practicing massage with athletes has been his passion for several years. Patrick has coached tennis over the past 10 years in NC, FL, and KY. He played on the ATP Tour throughout the US, Central, and South America. His tennis background helps him understand how athletes perform. He has been in the Louisville area for the past two year where he has worked with the Kentucky Xtreme professional indoor football team. Crossfit and Olympic lifting have also become a huge part of his life while living in Louisville. Patrick is working on his Crossfit Level 1 and United States Professional Tennis High Performance Coaching Certification.
Neuromuscular Massage Therapy (NMT) is based on understanding how the neuromuscular system functions. Neuromuscular principles help understand what’s causing pain: trigger points, posture, and other factors, and how to treat them.