Kristin Olson, LMT/BCTMB; Owner
Kristin believes each client is as unique as each therapist’s touch and using an integrated approach to bodywork she is able to create a personalized healing experience. Kristin’s approach integrates what she learned from her training Berkana Institute of Massage Therapy and the continuing education she has completed.
During the fall of 2014, she spent two months traveling Southeast Asia to explore eastern modalities and became certified in Reiki Level 1 & 2. In 2015, she completed an additional 80 hours of advanced Thai massage at the Thai Institute of Healing Arts. In the summers of 2016 & 2017 she completed levels 1 & 2 of The Berkana Method of Mindful Expressionism®. The technical aspects of this advanced training includes a blend of Structural and/or Normalization of Soft Tissue Techniques, Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT), Trigger Point Therapy, with a blend of traditional Asian style bodywork.
Kristin has been nationally certified since 2013, Board Certification is the highest voluntary credential attainable in the massage therapy and bodywork profession with a distinct level of achievement beyond entry-level licensure—including completing more education, hands-on experience, and a background check.
Kristin has a profound gratitude for bodywork and when she is not practicing bodywork, you can find her exploring the beauty that surrounds us.
Emily Kuderer, LMT/LE/RYT
Emily’s path as a healer began in her hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio when she obtained her yoga instructor certification; Thai yoga massage bridged the gap for her and showed her the many connections to yoga and massage. Once she moved to Colorado, she felt inspired to register for massage school. She received her training from the Denver Integrative Massage School with subject areas that include Swedish, Deep Tissue, Prenatal, Thai Yoga Massage, and an integration of all of these modalities.Since the completion of her massage training, Emily has continued to travel and study other massage and healing modalities. Emily’s approach and/or technique to massage is slow and mindful. This allows the fascia to release from a deep touch that is not only comfortable, but incredibly relaxing for all clients. Emily is a member of the Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals. She takes continuing education courses yearly in order to maintain this credential.
Kaleigh Doroh, LMT
Kaleigh’s journey into the bodywork and wellness world began in 2012 while attending college in Nova Scotia. Kaleigh began a dedicated meditation practice and discovered the healing benefits of Reiki. Throughout 2012 she completed levels 1 & 2 of Reiki energy healing training before moving to Colorado. While embracing her new mountain life Kaleigh was inspired to continue her education by completing a 600 hour massage training program at Denver Integrative Massage School. Kaleigh is skilled in Swedish, deep tissue, and hot stone massage as well as Thai Yoga massage. Her integrative approach to bodywork ensures a therapeutic and relaxing massage to meet the needs of any client. Kaleigh is a certified member of the Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals and takes continuing education courses to maintain this credential.