Stew Wild, a well known massage educator, researcher and therapist from New Zealand became interested in massage therapy while competing in the Ironman Triathlon and experiencing the incredible healing potential of bodywork therapies. In 2006, he partnered with Katie Adams, CNMT, CMTPT, expert in soft tissue pain management, member of the American Massage Therapy Association, the National Association of Trigger Point Therapists, and the International Myopain Society, and founder of 360 Neuromuscular Therapy. One of the main facets of his research and teaching career is the integration of Neuromuscular Therapy with medical and physical therapy, leading him to found the seminar division of 360 NeuroMuscular Therapy. Stew Wild is an LMT, CNMT, CMTPT Nationally Certified NeuroMuscular Therapist National NMT Instructor and Stretch Therapist. If you would ,like to learn more about Stew and Katie’s NeuroMuscular/Trigger Point Therapy, visit their website.