First of all, I have an undying passion for human anatomy and learning. Second, I was made to connect with others, whether through touch, relationship or energy.
I graduated from the Boulder College of Massage Therapy in 2004. While in school, I knew right away that this was my calling. I have been in practice ever since, with no desire to stop. I began teaching in massage schools about 10 years ago, where I discovered that sharing something you are passionate about with others in a learning environment is so rewarding, and it came naturally to me. Currently, I teach Pain Management Techniques at the Boulder Massage Therapy Institute. I am also on the board of directors at the Colorado Learning Center of Human Anatomy in Longmont, where I teach anatomy and physiology, as well.
Over the last 20 years, I have engaged in extensive continuing education in both Neuromuscular Therapy and Advanced Myofascial Release Techniques. Most recently, I have become professionally trained in Maya Abdominal Therapy, as taught by Dr. Rosita Arvigo.
I find bodywork to be a glorious scavenger hunt through the tissues, as I seek areas of restriction and opportunity. Having the good fortune of being able to treat others as a bodyworker gives me great joy and accomplishment on a daily basis. I thrive on creating change, connection and ease. I work with all humans; men, women, children, perinatal people, LGBTQIA+. I am currently only taking new clients by referral.