Brandi A. Aubrey, LMT, BCTMB, CSMS
President – Massage Therapist, Sports Massage Specialist
WA License # MA00011599
Brandi has been a Licensed Massage Therapist and Nationally/Board Certified in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork for 20 years. She graduated from Seattle Massage School with Honors in 1998, and received her graduate Sports Massage Specialty training from Brenneke School of Massage immediately after.
Her work experience includes hospital settings, chiropractic massage, sports medicine & physical therapy clinics, and private practice massage. The hospital training that she received included work in Post-Op, Labor & Delivery, Psychiatric, NICU & Nursery, and Oncology departments, as well as scrubbing into the OR for a day. As a Certified Events & Clinical Sports Massage Specialist, she became the first female massage therapist to work with the University of Washington Football team…as well as working with athletes throughout the entire Athletic Department. In addition, Brandi has training as a PT Aide specializing in car accidents, post-surgical (both medical and cosmetic), and athletic injury rehabilitation. She has also recieved a special endorcement from the Washington State Department of Health for Intraoral Massage. This advanced training and endorcement expands her scope of practice to include being able to more fully treat multiple conditions including TMJ issues, headaches, and whipash, by also treating the muscles inside of the mouth.
Brandi has worked many sports events over the years – highlighted as being selected to represent the United States of America as a Team Leader of the international massage therapy team for both the 2002 Olympic & Paralympic Winter Games. Other event work includes: US Olympic Diving Team Trials, USTA Women’s Pro Tennis Tour, North American Challenge Cup Rugby Tournament, & various Special Olympics events. She works in her private practice and has treated many professional athletes including NFL, MLB, NBA, MLS, & WNBA players, as well as professional golfers, runners, cyclists, swimmers, triathletes, fighters, martial artists, weight lifters, body builders, mountaineers, dancers, equestrians, and more.
Her sports specialty isn't just limited to professional athletes. From pro, to weekend warrior, to the youth athlete, she has worked with them all. Brandi is one of only a few massage therapists in the area that has true expertise in treating the youth athlete. She has treated athletes of all ages, including elementary, middle school, high school, and at the collegiate level. She works closely with coaches and medical staff of various school, private, and public teams, helping to ensure that even our youngest athletes can manage their injuries before they become long-term chronic pain situations.
An educator in the field, she has been an Adjunct Faculty Instructor at Ashmead College in Seattle and a Board Member at Cambridge College of Bellevue. Brandi also teaches several community education classes throughout the area including Stress Management, Self-Care for the Weekend Warrior, Aromatherapy, Massage for Couples, and Infant Massage. Brandi is also an authorized Relief Through Rolling Instructor, and teaches individual, as well as group classes, in this pain-free form of self-care though foam rolling.
She is very involved in giving back to our community. She volunteers with Special Olympics, and has handled organizing the Medical Team as well as PR at their events. Brandi has been volunteering with the American Heart Association since 2009. She was the Chairwoman for their Go Red For Women community outreach for women's heart health for several years, and was most recently the Co-Chair of their new Mission Ambassadors program. You can see her on various local news programs, as well as hear her on radio & podcasts, a few times a year talking about the importance of taking care of your heart health. She has written guest blogs on the subject for both local media as well as for Huffington Post. Brandi is honored to have received awards for her activism by being named as the American Heart Association's Volunteer of the Year, as well as an additional award for Western States Media Communication, and regularly being a Top Walker in fundraising for their annual Heart and Stroke Walk.
Brandi is proud to call Bothell, not only home to her business, but her actual hometown as well. Born and raised in Bothell, she is a proud alumnus of Lockwood Elementary, Kenmore Junior High, and Bothell High School. After attending Eastern Washington University, she returned to the area for her massage therapy education. She still lives in Bothell & is proud to have her business located on historic Main Street.