Isaac Robancho

Isaac Robancho

Massage Therapist


Isaac Robancho, LMP

LOCATION: SPT – Bellevue

Hello, I’m Isaac, a Seattle native with a penchant for dad jokes and a love for all things related. Growing up in Kenmore, Lake City, North Seattle, Bothell, and the Woodinville neighborhoods, I spent my youth engaged in competitive sports and enjoying dance year-round, driven by the belief that sports can enhance physical and mental sharpness. My passion for sports stems from the valuable life lessons learned during my athletic journey. The discipline required for training, maintaining a proper diet, studying opponents, and consistent drill work taught me the importance of preparation. This mindset extends beyond sports – whether facing a school test, a dance performance, a musical event, or a sports competition, having a goal to strive for has always fueled my determination. While my formal sports career concluded in high school, I didn’t lose my drive. Initially aspiring to be a chiropractor, I entered the field of massage therapy as recommended by chiropractors. However, my journey took a different turn, and for the past nine years, I’ve dedicated myself to personal development and continuous education in massage therapy. During this time, I’ve accumulated over 500 continuing education hours, exploring various massage techniques and gaining firsthand experience. While I may not have all the answers, my extensive background allows me to provide personalized and effective massages, drawing on what works and discarding what doesn’t. Outside of work, I find joy in YouTube distractions, spontaneous dance sessions, and indulging in flaming hot Cheetos. I’m also a self-proclaimed foodie, exploring the diverse culinary scene in the Greater Seattle Area and occasionally regretting it the next day.


Cortiva Institute – Seattle, Graduated May 2014

Professional Memberships:

American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA)

Washington State Massage Therapy Association (WSMTA)

Personal Quote:

Have to do two:

1.) “Don’t wish it was easier; wish you were better. Don’t wish for less problems; wish for more skills. Don’t wish for less challenges; wish for more wisdom”

2.) “The powerplant doesn’t have energy. It generates energy.”