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Daniel Carney

Daniel with his wife, Nyss, and two children, Kaelan and Vivian.

Daniel with his wife, Nyss, and two children, Kaelan and Vivian.

Since 1997, Daniel has worked with a wide range of clientele, from professional and recreational athletes wanting to improve their performance to those looking for pain relief and a return to normal function.

Daniel Carney is a massage therapist specializing in myofascial therapy and structural integration. His office is located at 1290 South 3rd St W, Ste B, in Missoula, Montana.

Daniel is a Montana licensed massage therapist and a professional member of the American Massage Therapy Association.

Daniel Carney is also a personal trainer and CrossFit affiliate owner of CrossFit Missoula. Based on the CrossFit methodology developed by Greg Glassman, CrossFit Missoula offers a safe and effective strength and conditioning program.

Daniel’s education and experience in working with elite level athletes earned him a position on the Athens Health Services Sports Massage Team, providing sports massage for the athletes of the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens, Greece.

Though Daniel is forever a student of the human body, he occasionally steps into an instructor’s role teaching new and professional massage therapists at massage therapy schools and weekend seminars.

Daniel’s first teaching gig was at the Connecting Point School of Massage and Spa Therapies, where he taught Sports Massage. Later in 1999, he was recruited to write and teach curriculum for the newly created Golden Door School of Massage Therapy, in Telluride, Colorado.

Most recently, in 2016, Daniel was invited to participate in the first XPE CORE Sports Bodywork Mentorship program in Boca Raton, FL. He returned later that same year to help teach the CORE Myofascial Therapy, developed by his teacher George Kousaleos, to a new group of massage therapists participating in the mentorship program.

Daniel has been active his whole life. As a kid, he was involved in many sports- soccer, baseball, football, swimming, and gymnastics. In his adult life, he began his study of massage therapy and structural integration, aikido, Brazillian jiu-jitsu, Personal Defense Readiness, Target Focus Training, Pilates, yoga, qi-gong, meditation, weightlifting, and CrossFit.

Daniel draws from his education and personal life experience in assisting his clients to become better versions of themselves.

References are available upon request.