My bodywork has been reviewed multiple times, in HX Magazine, NEXT Magazine, and "L" Magazine, weekly resources of articles and listings for things happening in New York City.
"Ted, one of the city's best bodyworkers."
"Helping Hands," NEXT Magazine, 23 January 2009, p. 24.
"In his capable hands, you will enter a state of such tranquility it may shock you. I felt so relaxed after a recent session, I could barely get back to work, and I didn't really care. Find out for yourself; you won't be sorry."
Sean Kennedy, "Bodyworking Your Tension Away," HX Magazine, 16 December 2005, p. 67.
"Ted has built quite a name for himself and an impressive roster of clients. Ted's West Village studio is a little temple to tranquility, with soft, soothing music playing, clean towels and an immaculate massage table. Ted aims to make his clients comfortable. Go for the full hour-and-a-half session, the perfect amount of time to experience the full effect."
Brian Andrews, "Body by Ted," HX Magazine, 21 March 2008, p.58.
"Known throughout the city as just Ted, he has built up a hefty clientele in New York—as well as around the world—in his years of practice. Over 85 percent of his business comes from repeat clients, many of whom have been seeing him since he began. He spent the early '90s training in California before setting up shop full-time in his Greenwich Village studio, a rather beautiful one. Ted's techniques rely on his uncanny ability to relax the body and rid it of stress. . . . all the more reason to make an appointment!"
Ryan Doyle, "Diff'rent Folks For Diff'rent Strokes," HX Magazine, 12 January 2007, p.54.
"This master bodyworker can tailor his trademark technique to suit any body's needs, whether it be for a light touch or deeper work. Walk out of his studio and feel like you've just been on vacation from all your stress."
"Ted's Bodywork, NEXT Magazine, 5 June 2009, p. 17.
"...a man who contains multitudes, a certified professional. It's obvious he loves what he does. He has built a solid base of repeat customers."
Jason Bogdaneris, "Lay Your Hands On Me," The L Magazine, June 25-July 8, 2003, p. 82.