Magnus is a passionate professional whose calm and effective teaching style sets the tone for a great learning experience. Every time I attend a seminar, I learn new skills that I can integrate into my bodywork practice immediately!
Lisa Flores, LMT 3025
Adjunct Instructor at Chattanooga State Technical Community College
Magnus is highly professional and serious but relaxed and calm at the same time. Participants always ask when will he return to teach again! Informative, smooth, and enjoyable class for Continuing Education.
Julie Wood, B.S., L.M.T.
Owner, The Massage Institute of Memphis
I recommend Magnus’ workshops to anyone and everyone who is serious about their massage career. I have personally attended several of his workshops, and in fact I have requested that several of our massage therapy instructors will attend them too. Magnus’ seminars are that good.
Owner, Blue Cliff College
Magnus is the real deal! A massage therapist’s massage therapist. He combines a wealth of technical knowledge and a passion for the profession with a yogi’s intuition of how to effectively “play the edge”, consistently taking the client’s body to the therapeutic zone where the real healing occurs.
Marion Carpenter, LMT 610
As a former modern dancer and choreographer, I have had several chronic injuries, which through the services provided by Magnus with massage and yoga, now have significantly improved, and I am now pain free!
Artistic Director, Cirque du Soleil
Magnus’ instructional style leads to that crystal clear moment we all hope for when investing in a hands-on massage CE seminar; that moment of revelation when one realizes this work just makes sense. Powerful and effective, this is something I can do to make a genuine difference in the well-being of my clients.
Magnus’ three part DVD series is an invaluable learning tool to use as a compliment to his class.
Melissa K. Benson
I have had the privilege of having Magnus as my massage therapy mentor since 2002. I have taken all of his CEU courses because I truly believe in his work, and it has given me an advantage over the rest in my field of work. His excellent knowledge of bodywork and human anatomy is second to none. If you are tired of having chronic pain, then Magnus Eklund is the massage therapist for you.
April Straight, LMT 45
Instructor at Blue Cliff College and Healing Touch School of Massage Therapy
I have known Magnus for about 8 years. In my opinion he is one of, if not the top CEU provider for massage therapists in the Southeast US. Anyone who has a chance to take one of his classes should definitely do it, as it will pay off in happy clients who keep returning. As for his Structural Integration work, I have seen the benefits with my own eyes, as we share several clients.
Jo Ann DaPazzo, LMT 656
Co-owner of Therapeutic Kneads Healing Arts
Magnus has this intelligence of how the body moves and of the muscles used in yoga, so with his knowledge he can increase your flexibility and mobility to the muscles that are tighter or not as easily responding to your abilities and also improve your circulation, bringing oxygen and other nutrients to the tissues of the body with his synergetic® myofascial techniques.
Owner, Studio Om
With the work Magnus offers, Structural Integration, even a mature body is able to learn more function. I am living proof! I began my training in the Feldenkrais Method when I was 62. I started with Magnus about 10 years later. I am now functioning better than I did when I turned 60.
The lessons Magnus teaches offer a way to reacquaint ourselves with our bodies. They enhance posture, balance, function and well being, combining hands-on fascial techniques with therapeutic movement. …I just know Structural Integration with Magnus works!
Magnus offers a detailed, calm, and clear manner of instruction. His pace of teaching works well for attendees and his personal attention to hands-on assistance is very helpful. His education and experience goes well beyond the norm and sets his work apart.
I wholeheartedly recommend Magnus Eklund for Structural Integration bodywork for therapeutic movement therapy. I have been training for the past 3 years for sprint competition in the Senior Olympic arena. In previous years, I was unable to train on a consistent basis due to various nagging pains and injuries. This year, Magnus began Structural Integration therapy at the beginning of my training season. I was not only able to train for the entire season, I was also able to finish in first place in my chosen event, and in fact, ran a personal best in the event. While the therapy has some similarities to deep tissue massage, it certainly takes fascial work to a new level and seems able to realign the body to allow for more efficient movement. In addition to my improved training, I notice less stiffness upon awakening in the morning and fewer aches and pains in my daily work day.
Mike Anderson, DVM