Now Accepting Massage Appointments
We are now accepting appointments for massages from sport massage therapist Tait Yoder. Sport Massage and Structural Integration therapy can assist in recovery and enhance the training effect that you get from Athletic Lab. Please see the massage information page for more details on pricing and available times.
‘Punch Card’ Memberships Now Available
To meet the diverse time demands of our clients we will be offering “punch card” as an alternative to the monthly memberships listed on the services page. This type of membership is more flexible and allows a ‘pay as you go’ approach to our services. While we recommend that clients sign up for the monthly subscription and attend all of the sessions in the desired class for maximum benefit; we also understand that people are busy, have pre-existing commitments, and don’t want to pay for classes they know in advance they will miss. With this in mind, the “punch card” membership format allows clients to purchase session credits in advance and use them only when they attend. Session credits are sold in denominations of 10 with discounts given when 30 or more are purchased at a time. Please contact us for details if you are interested in the punch card membership alternative.
Massage Therapist Tait Yoder added to Athletic Lab Staff
Athletic Lab is proud to announce the addition of Tait Yoder to its staff. Tait will serve as our in-house massage therapist. Prior to joining Athletic Lab, Tait worked with the University of North Carolina Women’s Soccer Team in 2005, assisting them to two National Championships. Since then, Tait has worked with numerous Olympic, National Team, and under-20 National Team Soccer Players. Currently, Tait is the only sports massage therapist for Duke Track & Field. He supports them during the regular season and at both ACC and NCAA championships. Tait is also responsible for providing bodywork to the UNC Men’s soccer team, the UNC Swim Team, and the Carolina Railhawks Professional Soccer Team.
In his 13 years as a bodywork therapist, Tait has worked with top-placing collegiate decathletes, high-jumpers, long-jumpers, distance runners, sprinters, and throwers. His clientele also includes professional and collegiate tennis players, a women’s 2009 Professional Soccer League champion, and three Olympic Gold Medalists. He is well attuned to the needs of varying athletes and understands the adjustments necessary in his technique as it relates to preparation, post-competition, quick recovery, and off-season training.
Athletic Lab provides video and picture review site for athletes
Athletic Lab’s parent company, HPC, is proud to announce sportyimage.com as the latest addition to it’s family of web properties. The Sporty Image website will host pictures and videos of all of our athletic development ventures free to view on the site. The aim is to use the site as an ongoing photo journal and also to provide a source of augmented visual feedback for our clients at Athletic Lab and members of the HPC Elite team. SportyImage.com joins BrandonRoulhac.com, LamontDagen.com, MeDirected.com, ELITETRACK.com, HPCsport.com, and AthleticLab.com as the latest member of the HPC web family.