About Dave

David J. Quier, L.M.T.
Neuromuscular Massage
Therapist / Private Fitness Instructor

Dave began training for wrestling in 1969, and has continued for various sports throughout his life. Hard work, dedication, and desire to learn helped him reach successful levels in several sports. When he began to pass his knowledge on to others, as a coach and trainer, He found sharing his gifts with others more rewarding than his own success.

He began his professional Neuromuscular Massage Practice in 1990. His practice, which began as a method to assist others in recovery from painful injuries, has since grown into a comprehensive approach to human wellness.

“I feel that my greatest asset has remained my desire to improve the lives of the people I come in contact with.”


Massage Education                            Competitive Background
Certified by:
American Massage Therapy Association
Studied with:
St. John’s Neuromuscular Therapy Institute,
Seminole, FL
The Upledger Institute,
Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Health Options Institute
Bethlehem, PA
Ben Benjamin Institute
Cambridge, MA
Carol Gilmore
Honolulu, HI
Reiki Education
Reiki Master Certification:
The Reiki Research & Enlightenment Center International United Reiki Association of the Reiki Rengo Kai
Weight lifting:
1981, 82, 83 Olympic Festival Medalist
1984 Olympic Trials (Bronze Medalist)
1978 PA State Power lifting Champion
IAWA All-Round World Champion
Master’s Pan American Champs.
(Silver Medalist)
1972 AAU J.O. National Champion
Competed for 3 yrs. in USLTA Tournaments
Captained several local and H.S. Teams
USA Track & Field:
2004 Mid-Atlantic President’s Award
Physical Trainer for the 1985 Youth National Track & Field ChampionshipsWeight lifting:
1984 U.S.W.F. Congress
Athlete’s Representative
Track & Field:
Valley Striders Track Club
1980-2004 Head Coach
1986-88 Bethlehem, Freedom H.S
Volunteer Assistant
1997-2004 Saucon Valley H.S.
Volunteer Assistant
Masters Weight lifting:
Father Ed Quier
7 Time National Champion
IAWA World Champion
Left: Dave Quier sets a World Record (318 lbs.) in the One-Hand Dead Lift at the 1981 Gold Cup Weightlifting Championship in Cleveland, Ohio.