Amy Bradley Radford has been a Massage Therapist for over 20 years. She graduated from the Utah College of Massage Therapy in 1993, became Nationally Certified in 1998, and Board Certified in 2014.
Amy has been an educator for over 18 years with three different facilities, most recently as the co-owner and Director of Education at The College of Massage Therapy inside Bingham Memorial Hospital in Blackfoot, Idaho. She retired from that position in 2007 to pursue teaching, writing, and PPS Seminars full-time.
After being in a car accident in 1993, Amy was left with horrible, chronic pain in her back that traditional massage modalities would not relieve. Through that experience and a desire to find relief for her own discomfort, as well as her clients, she developed Pain Patterns and Solutions Seminars and Bodywork.
PPS Seminars has been a training program since 2004 and was approved for Continuing Education Hours through the NCBTMB in 2007. A home-study program for that training system is currently in development.
Amy enjoys helping other therapists to learn, grow, and be successful. She also teaches in the areas of Client Expectation, Client Retention, Smart Business for the Massage Minded, How to Avoid Burnout, and Finding the Joy in Being a Massage Therapist.
She is the owner of Natural Balance Massage Therapy which employees other therapists that she has trained in PPS. Her dream is to have a flourishing, pain-management massage clinic and teaching center utilizing the PPS Technique. Amy also maintains a full time massage practice in Idaho Falls, Idaho, where she lives with her loving husband and two very enthusiastic boys.