Mark Forrest Dodd
Mark is a graduate of The Massage Institute of New England and studied ‘Structural Strategies /Anatomy Trains’ with accomplished Rolfer, Tom Myers.
Named Best of Boston for Massage Therapy in the Improper Bostonian, Mark has been one of Boston’s premier therapists for nearly 20 years.
His ongoing work providing therapeutic relief to the dancers of the Boston Ballet reveals the strength of his ability; theatre groups visiting from around the country, athletes, sports enthusiasts and a large client list rely on Mark to loosen tight, overworked muscles. He has made a name in the Boston ballet and theatre community as the ‘man to know’ to enjoy a massage beyond the every day. Since 2001 Mark has worked on dancers and choreographers from ballet companies which include Royal, Kirov, San Francisco, New York City, American Ballet Theater and Mark Morris.
Skill and Style
Using a distinctive combination of Swedish and Deep Tissue massage, Mark specializes on helping active athletes and weekend warriors, exhausted parents and overworked professionals relax and renew their muscles.
As written in the
“You won’t see any advertisements for Mark F Dodd’s services. In fact, you won’t even be able to find him in the yellow pages. He’s always done just fine by word of mouth. Truth be told, we’re a little reluctant to share the secret. Dodd uses a combination of Swedish/Deep tissue massage techniques on a clientele that includes some of the hardest bodies in Boston. He’s under contract to Boston Ballet (located across the street) to work with the dancers, and a lot of theatre people passing through town manage to hear about him as well. Once you have paid a visit to this muscular ex- chef, you might discover new muscles you never knew you had. There are no oils, no lotions, no wraps. It is just you, the Tiger Balm/Bio-Tone combo and Dodd’s gifted hands”.