Troy Lavigne graduated from the Boulder College of Massage Therapy and holds specialized certifications in Orthopedic/Sports and Pediatric massage. He is currently the Director of Education for the Colorado AMTA and is a published author for Advanced Healing Journal as well as a published researcher. Troy opened his massage clinic in Boulder CO in 2005. He was the head massage therapist for the Colorado Rapids U-23 Team and the Oskar Blues Professional Indoor Arena Team. For six seasons Troy was the Head Soigneur for the Trek Factory Racing Olympic Mountain Bike team. He also spent a season with the Cannondale Factory Racing team before giving up life on the road to spend time with his family. During that time he also worked with the US, Canadian, Australian, British and Spanish Cycling Associations.
In 2016 Troy switched his treatment focus from Olympic Athletes to the pediatric population and in 2017 provided massage care for children with disabilities in the slums of India with the LiddleKidz Foundation. In 2011 Troy began to design his own continuing education course called the Sensory Approach to Manual Therapy, which he spent 8 years designing and updating. In 2012 Troy became a Certified KinesioTaping Instructor and has been teaching KinesioTaping Courses ever since. In 2015 Troy became a Certified HawkGrips Instructor as well. He has taught at hospitals, universities and colleges all over the world, including the Johns Hopkins Campus in FL, the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs and Children’s Hospital of Denver.