I'm Kevin Lin, a licensed massage therapist (LMT) and board certified structural integrator (BCSI).
My interest in the human body began early on in my life when I was volunteering for my high school's athletic training facility. I spent time in the facility myself since I was also a runner for my school. I was intrigued with the process and I knew from then I wanted to work with people and the human body.
I went to massage school and graduated in 2012, then shortly after obtaining my orthopedic massage certification in 2013. When the pandemic hit I took the opportunity to step away from my practice and further my bodywork education by attending the Anatomy Trains Structural Integration training program in 2021, directed and founded by Tom Myers.
My interest in the human body is in understanding the anatomy of what's under our skin. We have layers upon layers of tissue separated by fascia, the organ of form, which we often don't realize is restricting our movements. I want to understand the full potential of human movements and what is available to us so that I can bring it into my own body, and into those that come and seek bodywork. When more movement is available to us, we are less likely to experience chronic pains.
When I am not working, I enjoy both active and sedentary activities ranging from weight training, dancing, video games and reading.