Lynn Teachworth, L.M.T.Lynn Teachworth Massage Therapist

Lynn has been a licensed massage therapist for almost three decades.

Lynn Teachworth is an international lecturer and teacher who has been in the manual therapy profession since 1992. He has worked with over 2000 professional athletes, CEO’s, and top business leaders. Lynn blends the concepts of Structural Integration, Functional biomechanics, and energy medicine into his classes, and is also an NCTMB Approved Provider of Continuing Education. He has been trained in over 20 manual and energetic modalities and is also a GIFT fellow through the Gray Institute, the most advanced functional and biomechanical training available. As an inductee into the World Massage Hall of Fame in 2018, Lynn is known for helping students take their results to the next level and teaches them how to think about solving complex cases with their clients. He is co-director and founder of Trunamics with his wife, Ann. Their emphasis is teaching integrative truths about the dynamics of the human body through online and in person classes. Please visit for more information.

Lynn's 2022 Class Schedule

Lynn and his wife, Ann, have contributed articles to many trade journals. Click on the links below to access articles.

Seeing Clients Through an Evolving Lens

Anterior Muscles of the Lower Leg: Exploring Structure, Function, and Energetic Concepts

Understanding Integrative Truths of Human Body Dynamics--'Trumanics'

THREE IN ONEImage of skeleton and muscle

In all of our trainings and treatments we consider the three levels or aspects of the body - structural, functional, and energetic/informational. All three levels are related and integrated, with symptoms appearing on one level pointing to issues and even opportunities for treatment on another. There are so many great techniques that look through the lens of one level or another - we like to take an integrative approach where anything goes and everything can work together.


Massage therapists (and other complimentary and alternative medicine practitioners) get to spend a really long time with their clients relative to doctors and other medical professionals. You have an opportunity to have an incredible positive impact with your clients - helping them understand how their bodies work and what it could look like for them to move towards greater health. We get to actually empower people towards healthy living and being instead of being limited to passing out pills or offering surgery. It's a good business to be in; people need what you have to offer; let's make the most of it.