Hugh Bofenkamp

 Hugh Bofenkamp, MS, MTI, CEP

 MT#33795  / MTI#1598  /CE#582


My goal as an Instructor is to help massage therapists understands that pain is not a part of our work. We need to understand how to safely and effectively work with clients and not put ourselves in harm’s way. I have dedicated my continuing education to understanding and developing ways to work safely and efficiently while meeting client’s expectations for massage that includes excessive pressure.

Mr. Bofenkamp currently is an instructor at the Texas School of Massage in Clear Lake, TX.  His primary class load is on Health and Hygiene emphasizing Body Mechanics and Injury Prevention. Hands on classes focused on the safe delivery of massage with pressure to satisfy clientele expecting pressure during massage and Fascial Therapies.

Hugh continues to see clients with a practice focused on pain relief, acute injuries and orthopedic injuries. In his 12+ years working as a massage therapist Mr. B has worked with numerous professional athletes, local sports teams and clubs in addition to many distance runners and triathletes. He regularly works post event at local races and coordinates massage teams to fulfill the needs of competitive athletes.

Hugh graduated from the European Institute of Massage Therapy in 2002 and attained National Certification after completing the Sports and Orthopedic Massage Certification program at the Boulder College of Massage Therapy in 2005. Finished the Certified Injury Prevention Instructor (CIPI)certifiaction from the Save Your Hands!® program in February of 2012. Received Masters of Science in Health and Human Performance from the University of Houston Clear Lake in 2005. Currently serves as the Immediate Past President of the AMTA Texas Chapter.


Most classes are held at the Texas School of Massage unless noted otherwise.       Address: 17043 El Camino Real, STE 202, Houston, TX 77058


             Workshops by Hugh Bofenkamp

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Save Your Hands!®:

It’s All About the PressureIntroduction

100 Hour Sports Massage Certification Program.

Post-Event Sports Massage

Post-Event Sports Massage

Massage Tools: Use them Safely and Effectively – Save Your Thumbs

Body Mechanics