About Us

MAM Mission Statement:
To spread the positive by-products of coaching and movement as far as we can.

Every human should move well and move often. Our mission is to help as many people do that as possible. At Movement As Medicine, we vision ourselves as “Movement Therapists.”

We pride ourselves on treating the person, not just treating the pain. No human body is exactly the same, and for that reason, no painful condition should be treated exactly the same. We take a unique, personalized approach to each individual who walks through our door. Life should be lived in motion.

We’re here to help you move more, move better, and keep doing the things you love to do.

“Motion is life” – Hippocrates, Greek physician, 460-377 BC

Kevin Carr

Co-Owner, Licensed Massage Therapist, Certified Functional Strength Coach, Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist


Whether he is working as a coach or therapist, Kevin’s goal is to help you move better so that you can excel at the activities that make you happy.

Kevin has already amassed a wealth of experience in the field of sports performance and personal training while working at Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning in Woburn, Massachusetts. Working with everyone from US Olympians looking for a competitive edge to the Average Joe or looking to shed some pounds and get healthier he has helped countless clients move better and live healthier lives.

In addition to receiving a Bachelor Degree in Kinesiology from The University of Massachusetts-Amherst and a License in Massage Therapy from Cortiva Institute- Watertown, he is also credited with the completion of numerous continuing education certifications including FMS, SFMA, NKT Level 1 and 2, FRC, FAPP, Pn1, and PRI.

Kevin can be contacted at Kevin@Movement-As-Medicine.com

Brendon Rearick

Co-Owner, Certified Functional Strength Coach

Brendon was always involved in sports and exercise growing up, a passion that ultimately led him to pursue a career where he can help others reach their fitness and athletic goals. Brendon is a certified personal trainer through the NSCA and a Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT). He graduated from the University of Massachusetts with a degree in Kinesiology and later went on to pursue his massage therapy license at the Cortiva Institute.

Brendon worked four years at Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning (MBSC) as; a personal trainer, strength & conditioning coach, internship coordinator, and programming director. He recently relocated to California. Currently he is working with clients and athletes in Marin County & San Francisco areas. He still maintains his teaching responsibilities for MBSC’s Mobile Mentorships, MBSC Thrive & Certified Functional Stretch Coach.

A big advocate of continuing education, Brendon has attended multiple courses including the Functional Movement Screen, MovNat, Neurokinetic Therapy, Rocktape, Functional Anatomy Palpation, Postural Restoration Institute, Precision Nutrition, and the Selective Functional Movement Assessment.

When he’s not at work or attending an educational workshop, Brendon loves to read, write, travel and enjoy the outdoors.

Brendon can be contacted at Brendon@Movement-As-Medicine.com

Scott Georgaklis

Licensed Massage Therapist, Certified Functional Strength Coach

dsc_0013Scott Georgaklis is therapist at Movement As Medicine. He previously interned with Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning during the winter of 2014 where he now works coaching athletes in strength and conditioning. With a background in kettlebell training, martial arts, and as a wilderness survival guide, Scott strives to encourage others to build a connection between the fields of nutrition, natural movement, and athletics.

Scott started taking clients in the fall of 2015 and currently trains clients all over the spectrum, some dealing with chronic pain, some looking to improve their output on the field, as well as members of the Olympic judo team. Having been influenced heavily by outdoor education Scott has climbed several of the highest peaks in the Andes, cross country skied three hundred miles up the length of Vermont, and studied in the Ecuadorian Amazon.

Scott can be contacted at: lucy@movement-as-medicine.com

Tyler Austin

Athletic Trainer, Certified Functional Strength Coach

Tyler’s goal is to help you get stronger and move better to help reduce your chances of injury, because as an athlete himself he believes there is nothing more frustrating to a client than an injury that keeps them from doing the activities that they love.

In the fall of 2018 Tyler was hired by the Boston Celtics to be the head strength and conditioning coach for their G-League affiliate team the Maine Red Claws and continues to work with them through their basketball season.

Before moving to the Boston area, Tyler received his degree in Athletic Training from Illinois State University. Upon graduation in 2012, he worked at Athletico Physical Therapy Company for 5 years as an athletic trainer along with working a few days a week in a physical therapy clinic. In the fall of 2017 he did an internship at Mike Boyle’s Strength and Conditioning, and upon completion he earned a position to work at MBSC and was certified as a functional strength coach.

Tyler has always had a passion for the human body, exercise, and sports. He was a multisport athlete growing up and in Junior College won two national championships with his track and field team. To this day he continues to play basketball and golf to stay active.

Lucy Crawford

Office Manager, Certified Functional Strength Coach 

Upon completing her internship at MBSC and Movement As Medicine Lucy moved into full-time positions as a coach and office manager. She coaches at MBSC working with both our athlete and adult groups and ensures that all operations run smoothly in the Movement As Medicine offices.

She is currently completing her Exercise Science Bachelors Degree at Endicott College in Beverly, MA.

She can be contacted at: lucy@movement-as-medicine.com

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