peter joachim
certified thai Bodywork practitioner,
bs, nctmb, lmt. ma48247

Peter is the founder and sole owner of “Myorhythmics Massage & Bodywork” (A unique brand of Muscle Re-education through Massage & Bodywork).  The practice caters specifically to those suffering occupational or other activity related injuries.





A native of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, he holds an Associate of Science Degree in Massage Therapy from Keiser University (West Palm Beach campus) where he graduated 2006 valedictorian, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Alternative Medicine from Everglades University. He is also a graduate of San Fernando Boys' Government School and there after St. Benedicts College both in the island of Trinidad. These two institutions helped to form the cornerstone of his commitment to learning and his dedication to purpose.

Licensed by the Florida State Board of Massage Therapy and a member of the National Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork, Peter was the resident massage therapist at Cobblestone Chiropractic and Wellness for three years. There he continued to expand his knowledge in the treatment of a variety of conditions arising out of personal injury as well as physical and structural conditions resulting from years of poor living habits.


He creates a memorable massage and bodywork experience by never rushing his work. It is important to listen to what the client says, as well as to what the client's body reveals through examination.  Leaving it all on the table so to speak, is what keeps the clients coming back.





martial arts background

Peter is a Martial Arts Instructor with over 31 years of training in various Chinese martial and healing arts. These include external systems of Tiger Crane, Shuai Jiao and Chin Na, as well as internal systems of Tai Chi and Qi Gong.

Massage instructor

Having gained considerable experience in the work place, Peter returned to Kesiser University where he served as adjunct professor of massage therapy for five years, helping to prepare up and coming massage students for exciting careers as professionals.


Peter's knowledge of martial arts was put to good use when he was asked to be a contributing writer to the text “New Foundations in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork” (authors Jan L. Saeger and Donna Kyle-Brown). His contributions included explanations on the concepts of Chi, Yin and Yang Theory and Internal vs. External Chinese martial arts systems, as well as the 15 minutes chair massage routine featured in the text.

posture and muscle assessments

Quite often our aches and pains are the result of the bad postural habits, which our bodies have committed to memory over extended periods of time. To this end it is necessary to initially document a client’s strengths and weaknesses, to ensure that their complaints are fully addressed.

developing healthy habits for physical well being

Along with our “no strings philosophy” we don’t believe that you should be a slave to our services. This is not to say that we will ever turn away your business, but there should always be an aim to your treatment. As such, the focus in part should be to replace bad habits with healthy ones, and to the extent that we could assist in this process, it is our responsibility to do so.