NYOM was established in 2005 to promote a comprehensive style of bodywork that helps those in pain as well as corrects posture and movement dysfunction that lead to the chronic distortions that eventually become compensation patterns and pain.
Kiambu Dickerson is a New York State Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT). He is a graduate of the Swedish Institute where he received an Associates Degree in Occupational Studies. He has over 15 years of experience and has accumulated hundreds of hours of advanced certifications in orthopedic massage, Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques, NeuroKinetic Therapy™, P-DTR , Anatomy In Motion, The Hesch Method, and Anatomy Trains, having studied directly with James Waslaski LMT NASM, Erik Dalton PhD, Jerry Hesch DPT, David Weinstock, Dr. Jose Palomar, Gary Ward and Tom Myers, Internationally recognized movement, pain and structural alignment experts.
Kiambu practices in Chelsea, New York and is committed to helping his clients understand and recover from their conditions, chronic pain, or injuries.
His bodywork is based on the idea that while we can focus on a hurt knee or a “bad” back, the key is identifying the source of problems as well as the symptoms they produce. Hands-on work is aimed at releasing hypertonic muscles and resolving movement dysfunction (hypomobility) thereby creating balance and stability, ending reflexogenic muscle compensations.
By balancing muscles, dense articular connective tissue and fascia that place undue pressure on joints, he reorganizes the tissues that distort posture and create chronic pain. Kiambu also reestablishes an efficient mind-body connection through cutting edge neuromuscular and proprioception corrections.
Kiambu is a teaching assistant for Erik Dalton, Jerry Hesch, James Waslaski and David Weinstock. He also teaches seminars on various massage techniques. Contact him for availability.