A graduate of the prestigious Swedish Institute, holding an Associates of Occupational Health Sciences, Edan is also a professional member of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) and an Associate member of the Society of Ortho-Bionomy International (SOBI) – www.Ortho-Bionomy.org
Edan is no stranger to illness, pain and suffering. Growing up, he had to have numerous major surgeries for multiple physical conditions. Additionally, he has experience with broken bones and a ruptured achilles tendon from sports and dance injuries.
He also used to suffer from cluster headaches regularly and from the age of 18-21 he was struggling with anxiety. At the age of 21, Edan was diagnosed with a debilitating illness which caused him to make some major changes in his life.
Dealing with all these setbacks has given Edan the experience and capacity to work with others who suffer from pain or who want to improve their performance.
Edan used to be one of those sports massage therapists who would dig his elbows into your back to provide you with some temporary relief until he discovered Ortho-Bionomy and how it’s possible to get better results without the use of aggressive force.
The way he found out about this unique system of bodywork was when he hurt his foot dancing back in 2007 and he asked one of his teachers in massage school to have a look at it. In just seconds after doing some subtle movements of his foot, the pain completely vanished permanently!
That’s when Edan decided to dedicate his life to Ortho-Bionomy and to use it’s principles and methods within his sessions to help others just how he was helped with it.
In addition to offering his private body therapy sessions, Edan is also a massage and body-care educator.
He has taught both in person and online at the New York Open Center, The Learning Annex and at various workshops and retreats throughout the US.
He is dedicated to sharing his Kinetic Release Therapy (KRT) method with as many people as possible because of his firm belief that utilizing the various healing techniques incorporated in this method help to achieve faster results without the pain of more common body therapies.
In his free time, Edan enjoys dancing and other movement arts (such as hand balancing and the Ido Portal Method), in-line skating and longboarding, slacklining, biking, snowboarding, surfing, traveling and spending time in nature.