Medicine Hand

Lynne Post, LMT

Neuromuscular and Sports Massage Therapy

Call (808) 214-0774

for Appointment on Maui

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An active member of the American Massage Therapy Association, Lynne was its New Mexico State Chapter President, Nevada State Chapter Vice-President, and has been a delegate to several AMTA Conventions. She was instrumental in getting Massage Therapy licensed in New Mexico, and in getting the state to recognize and mandate the high levels of training, demonstrated skill, and ethics which AMTA champions.


  • Helps the athlete to reach peak performance sooner and sustain it longer.
  • Eliminates muscle stiffness by clearing out excess lactic acid build-up.
  • Rejuvenates muscles more quickly after intense workouts or events.
  • Keeps the muscle flexible, and breaks up adhesions between fascial sheaths.
  • Maintains muscle strength to respond more quickly and powerfully.
  • Causes more oxygen and nutrients to be available to the body area being massaged.
  • Is three to five times more effective in combating fatigue than resting.
  • Identifies trouble areas and helps to eliminate them, reducing chance of injury.
  • Aids in healing of muscular injury quickly without loss of power from fibrosis.
  • Speeds recovery, reduces post-event aches and pains, and brings relief from stress.

Everybody likes a good relaxing rubdown, but....

when you are suffering from the pain of sports injuries, strained muscles or sprained joints, recovery from surgery, high-stress competition, or chronic tension, you need real

Neuromuscular Sports Massage Therapy!

Sports Massage Therapists are trained to know how muscles respond to stress and diet, and how to treat them for maximum health and performance. They also know the muscle stress patterns associated with particular sports activities, and how to address them most effectively. Lynne Post is one of the most highly trained and experienced Certified Neuromuscular Sports Massage Therapists in Hawaii.

Here is Lynne with a satisfied client after fifteen minutes of chair massage -- Al Gore actually relaxed, on a campaign tour.

Lynne says helping to relax people stressed with great responsibility is "working for world peace at the molecular level."

Daughter of an Army officer, Lynne grew up living in towns close to White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico. After a tempestuous decade among the "flower children" in the 1970's, she married and settled down in 1980 to raise a family. In 1986 she set out to become a professional Massage Therapist -- a decision which has been the focus and delight of her life since. In addition to her regular practice, she does "stable calls" as an equestrian massage therapist, a skill she learned studying the work of Linda Tellington-Jones.
A Blessing to Man, Woman, Child, and Beast!

For several years, this was the office of Medicine Hand, Lynne's clinic of Neuromuscular and Massage Therapy, in Las Cruces, New Mexico. She now lives on Maui, and is building her new practice there.