Earle Abrahamson is an associate professor in sports education and an internationally published author, therapist, psychologist, educator, consultant and teaching fellow. He has worked actively in education and complementary therapies, specialising in sport and exercise massage and rehabilitation He is former chair of the Massage Training Institute (MTI), Chair of the General Council for Massage Therapies (GCMT), and programme leader for Sports Therapy at the University of East London. He is a principal fellow of Advanced HE, Fellow of the ICNM and an inaugural ISSoTL fellow.
Earle is a practising therapist having previously served on the CNHC Massage PSB from its inception.
He has written numerous texts including: Sports Rehabilitation and Injury Prevention (2010); Making Sense of Learning and Teaching Human Anatomy (2016) and Muscle Testing: A Concise Manual (2019).
Earle has been a National Massage Championship judge for the past two years and has worked as a lead therapist at the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. In 2017, he was invited to provide soft tissue therapy services at the World Athletics Event. Earle regularly contributes articles and vlogs to industry specific publications and outputs and campaigns for raising educational standards and practices within soft tissue and complementary therapies.