Dancers, aerialists, acrobats, contortionists, and other performers push the boundaries of the limits of physical human capability. With these levels of endurance, flexibility, strength, and agility come pains and tensions that most don't experience. After all, how many times have you heard (or said) "I feel muscles I didn't even know I had!"
One of the scariest parts about performing isn't the part where you get up in front of a crowd (though, yes, that is anxiety-inducing) -- it's the part where you could get hurt. Injuries can diminish your conditioning, delay your training, prevent you from performing and practicing, and let's just face it -- they hurt! Prevention is just as important as recovery when the show must go on, and that's where massage can help.
It's hard to find a massage therapist who understands the flexibility requirements, tensions, injuries, and other components of performance. Cullen, however, is an aerialist himself, so he knows all about the trials and tribulations that come with the performer's lifestyle. He can determine the cause of tension and pain in performers and he knows stretches and conditioning that can help prevent them in the future, so you can keep on performing to your heart's content.