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The Robust Human Advanced Sports Massage Therapy

ATTENTION!!!: The Phoenix course has been rescheduled from April 8th -9th, to September 16th -17th! 


Manual therapists who are frustrated with the lack of results with their clients.

Who is this course for?

This course is for the massage therapist's who are frustrated with their lack of results with their clients. I remember early in my career being so frustrated that my clients were still in pain, I could hardly stand it. I had to look outside the traditional massage therapy education to find the answers I was looking for.


Learn how to peel back the layers to find the cause, not the symptom.

How is this course going to help my clients?

This modality focuses on the 3 pillars of pain and dysfunction. Physical, physiological, and emotional pain. You will learn how to approach all 3 pillars, how to fluidly transition between all 3, and most importantly, how to integrate these concepts into your practice.  A majority of the time, our clients are looked at as a symptom, not a person. There could be any number of reasons for their pain. This system will help you, as a practitioner, peel back the layers and find the cause of their pain. Because pain is where something ended up, not where it started.

What will you get out of this course?
You will receive an introduction to neurological muscle testing as it 
pertains to muscle dysfunction.


  • Detailed videos on how to do each muscle test.


  • A list of typical muscle pairings that will prepare you for a successful integration.


  • A deeper understanding of the path of inflammation, what potential causes of systemic inflammation could be, and how inflammation can give you skewed muscle testing results.


  • What emotional pain is. How emotional pain can give you aberrant testing results. How to address and down regulate emotional associations to give you better results with your muscle testing.


  • By the end of this course, you'll be able to help most people who are in pain that hasn’t been resolved by any other means. They’re frustrated, they feel like no one listens to them, and they feel like they can’t be helped.

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I am Jesse Prescott. A licensed massage therapist here in Arizona. 

Who am I?

I’ve been a massage therapist for the last 8 years and a strength coach for 10. At the beginning of my practice, my primary focus was pain and the dysfunctions that caused pain. I was frustrated with the lack of results with my clients and couldn’t understand why they weren’t getting better.

I was luckily enough to be provided with the means to take as many education courses as I wanted, anywhere I wanted, with whatever instructor I wanted. As a result, I was able to learn from the most intelligent people on earth. And, let me tell you, those  instructors blew the doors off of anything I thought I knew. I've had the great pleasure of learning from Dr. Perry Nickelston, Dr. Stewart Gillepsie, Dr. Andreo Spina, David Weinstock, Thomas Wells,  Joseph Schwartz,  Dr. Joe LaVacca, and Dr. Courtney Conley  just to name a few.  I stand on the shoulders of giants. The leaders that are at the forefront of pain and dysfunction. Through the years, I have figured out how to integrate all of this information into a practice that has become very efficient at helping people with their pain. 

We all know how it feels to be in pain. We all know how it feels to not be able to do the activities that we love because of an injury. It’s miserable, and sometimes we feel as though we’ll never be able to get back there. The more manual therapy practitioners we have out there that are thinking way outside the box, the more people we can help. I am more passionate about sharing that knowledge with practitioners who are desperate to help people than I am about helping people. And I'm pretty damn passionate about helping people. 

Why should you sign up?

Recently, I traveled to Houston with the NAU Swim & Dive team to help them as the competed for their 9th consecutive Western Athletic Conference Championship. I was out there for 6 days and was at the pool for a majority of each day. The average treatment time for each athlete was 10 - 15 minutes. Muscle testing gives you the ability to provide an effective treatment in a very short amount of time. 

This course will open the doors for quick and effective manual therapy. It will provide you with a solid base of knowledge that will be invaluable in your practice. And if, after this course, you decide to dive further down the neurological muscle testing rabbit hole, this base will help dampen the load of information that is thrown at you. It will make that information easier for you to understand, which will make the integration of that knowledge into your practice seamless.


If the description above sounds like you'd be interested in, join me in Phoenix, Arizona April 8 and 9, and let's make a difference in peoples lives.

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