Paul Skrbec, LMT has been practicing massage since 2015 and made the academic Dean's List at Saint Paul College throughout his studies in the massage therapy program. He completed his massage certification in May 2016 and is continuing to pursue additional coursework to become a personal trainer by the end of 2017. He is also a certified Holistic Nutrition Coach. From May 2016-2017, he was the Director of Massage Therapy with a staff of 14 therapists at Hand and Stone Massage and Facial Spa located in Saint Louis Park's West End complex. He is currently a full-time Health Education Coordinator in the non-profit sector and continues to maintain his private-practice in the evenings and on weekends.
He is licensed by the City of Saint Louis Park (#00034971) as well as the City of Minneapolis (L322 50263). He is certified in CPR and First Aid by the American Red Cross and is insured through Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals (ABMP) as a professional member.
He received his Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in psychology from Saint John's University in Collegeville, MN. Upon graduating, he pursued his first career in marketing and public relations for two decades before discovering first-hand that stress and lack of attention to a wellness plan works against the body's design. He left his corporate job in to enroll in school and begin a new career in massage, fitness, health, wellness and lifestyle coaching.
An avid distance runner, Paul typically trains for half marathons each year and enjoys the Minnesota outdoors on frequent camping and hiking trips whenever he can. Keeping up with an active lifestyle plays a central role of his philosophy of life and fitness goals. He uses the same approach when working with clients to achieve their goals, too. The biggest factor to successfully living healthy is to figure out what works for you, with the understanding that no two people are the same. He is committed to working with you to build a path forward so that you can reach your goal of living a healthy lifestyle.