Muscle Eze Therapeutic Massage is a local, family owned and operated business based in Bradenton, Florida. We are licensed massage therapist (LMT) registered by the State of Florida and sanctioned by the Florida Department of Health.
Neil Holmes, LMT
Neil is a graduate of MTI's Massage Therapy Program. As a licensed massage therapist, he specializes in Trigger Point Therapy, Deep Tissue and neuromuscular techniques including Myofacial Release, and Positional Release. Neil is also a Certified Coach for The Rossiter System.
Neil was born and raised in Bradenton, FL where he played sports at both Manatee and Bayshore High School. He and his wife Ann Holmes have 2 children. When Neil isn't working, he enjoys being a father and husband, fishing, and playing golf.
Kevin Holmes, LMT
Kevin is also a graduate of MTI's Massage Therapy Program. As an LMT, he specalizes in Trigger Point Therapy, Swedish, Deep Tissue, Thermo-Therapy, (Hot Stone/Hot Towels). Kevin is also a Certified Rossiter Coach.
He arrived in Bradenton in 1979 from the Kingdom of Tonga where he spent 4 years with the US Peace Corp as a science teacher. He married the former Fane Vea in 1978 and together they have 4 children and 6 grandchildren.
Jennifer Washington, LMT
Jennifer Washington is a recent graduate from MTI. As a LMT, she specializes in swedish, deep tissue, and Thermal therapy. She is a Certified Nueromuscular Therapist.
Jennifer moved to Florida in 1994 where she met her husband, Raymon Washington. When she is not working she enjoys adventure and travel.
The Bradentucky Bombers is an All-Female, Full-Contact, Flat-Track Roller Derby League that was the Las Vegas "love-child" of founder Gigi RaMoan. Conceived in the bathroom of the Double Down Saloon as Gigi admired the "Sin-City Rollers" graffiti on the wall, the league was quite rightfully named "The Bradentucky Bombers" by her husband, Doug, mere minutes after its conception
Then Gigi acquired a pair of 1960's black artistic skates from her friend City Councilman Pat Roff's deceased father. In this Cinderella-like story, the skates fit Gigi perfectly, of course, and she immediately painted flames on them and hit the pavement with flyers in hand, scouting around town for more like-minded skaters.
That was a few years ago — 2006, to be exact. Today, The Bradentucky Bombers are 30+ skaters strong, currently consisting of two teams: The Bomb Squad (our "A-team") and The Nuclear Bombshells.