Collette, owner of Georgia Sports Massage, has been practicing massage since 1999. She's a graduate of the Atlanta School of Massage's Clinical Program. Prior to that, Collette earned a Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Science and Biology from the University of South Carolina - Aiken, where she was a 4-year scholarship, All-Conference Softball player who also ran on the University's Cross-country team. Collette enjoys working with athletes of all calibers. Her experiences include working at many USA Track & Field National Championships, Olympic Trials, Track and Field World Championships in Moscow and Osaka, AVP Tournaments (Pro Beach Volleyball), Cirque Du Soileil, Braves' Spring Training Camp, 2008 Beijing Olympics and many local Triathlons and Road Races. Collette is the medical tent massage coordinator for the Atlanta Thanksgiving Day 1/2 Marathon and Peachtree Road Race. When not at the office, Collette enjoys playing tennis, trail running and hiking with her dogs, training in Tae Kwon Do with her two children, and pursuing her life-long ambition of becoming a domestic goddess.
Robin Matthew Rogers graduated from the Atlanta School of Massage in 2001. Prior to becoming a massage therapist, Robin earned a BS in Exercise Science from the University of South Florida where he ran Cross Country and Track on scholarship. From 1994-2001, Robin worked at the Track Shack- Orlando, Fleet Feet - Atlanta, and Phidippides - Atlanta. He has been a distance runner since 1984 and has a 10-K PR of 29:48 and a 2003 Marathon PR of 2:25! Robin has additional training in A.R.T., Trigger Point and Deep Tissue Massage, Myofascial Release, and various stretching techniques. His career goals are to learn and grow as a massage therapist and have good longevity in the industry so that he may continue to help his clients meet their goals, either professionally or athletically, by keeping them pain and injury-free. In his spare time, Robin can be found running the trails of Sope Creek or Kennesaw Mountain. Robin lives near the Chattahoochee River, in Marietta, with his two cats.
Amy has been a full-time Sports Massage therapist since graduating from the Atlanta School of Massage in 2008. Prior to becoming a Sports Massage Therapist, Amy was a Personal Trainer and Spin Instructor. Being a two-time Ironman and Kona qualifier and ten-time marathoner and Boston qualifier, Amy understands the demands of endurance training on an athlete's body. The All-American triathlete successfully juggles being a single mother of two beautiful girls, endurance athlete, and active dog owner with her career as a sports massage therapist. She is dedicated to keeping her clients healthy so that they may reach their full athletic potential.
Greg was a competitive racquetball player and still plays for fun. He has been a client of soft tissue therapy for several decades before becoming a sports and orthopedic massage therapist. He completed a 921 hour curriculum and graduated from the Academy of Somatic Healing Arts. His training in anatomy, neuromuscular therapy, and integrated sports techniques allow him to offer his clients effective results for pain and symptom relief from sports injuries, repetitive stress injuries, structural imbalances, vertebral disc issues, sciatica and piriformis syndrome, headaches, pre/post musculoskeletal surgical issues and much more. He also implements stretching and suggests 'homework" when needed so the client can maximize the tissue work through self maintenance. Through the demands the body endures from the daily grind to the full throttle athlete, Greg devotes his time keeping his clients stress and pain free, healthy, able to compete at their highest level possible and have the most pain free lifestyle as possible.
Prior to Rae's 2013 graduation from The Georgia Massage School, she earned a Bachelor's degree in Wellness and Exercise Science from Middle Tennessee State University. Growing up, Rae was a Gymnast who loved working out in the weight room. After spending her childhood competing, she coached Gymnastics for 4 years before leaving the industry to become a Personal Trainer and Massage Therapist. Although Rae keeps her Personal Training certification current, she finds much more enjoyment in working with her clients on the massage table. Rae's main focus is the John Barns Myofascial Release technique mixed with deep tissue massage. This type of therapy is a slow, gentle stretch technique that penetrates deeply within the fascial system. The goal of this Myofascial Release technique, or MFR, is to free-up restrictions within the fascial lines, allowing increased joint range of motion and better postural alignment, resulting in decrease of pain. MFR has also been proven to release toxins from stagnant tissues and increase circulation to muscles. Rae uses MFR technique because it keeps athletes moving in proper form which reduces the risk of future injury.