Licensed Massage Therapist
Heather graduated from Colorado School of Healing Arts December of 2020 as a licensed massage. She grew up with a mother that has Multiple Schlerosis and it broke her heart that she didn’t know how to help her so she decided to go to school for massage therapy in hopes that she would be able to help her mother with some of the symptoms she deals with. As she went through school she found a passion for helping people who are in chronic pain.
Certified Massage Therapist
Massage Therapy drew me in when I was looking for a way to fulfill my desires to be of help to people in society. I have trained for two years under Colorado School of Healing Arts learning what it is to be a massage therapist, someone who can hold healing, caring space for another individual. Massage Therapy is an opportunity to stop and take time to care for our physical bodies which in turn nutures our mind and spirit. It offers a way to aquire rest and wellness in the hectic lives we live. I have worked to be equipped to assist people in need of rest and relief. With an associates degree from Colorado School of Healing Arts, I have aquired a basic knowledge of anatomy/physiology, swedish and deep tissue massage, and have gained certificates in craniosacral, lymphatic drainage, and sports massage.
Outside of giving massage, I am an individual who greatly enjoys music, from playing guitar to singing to dropping a beat on the drums. I enjoy music of many varieties. I have a small family of three which includes me, my husband, and our baby Naomi. I cherish time spent together hiking as a family, eating, playing games, reading, and much more. My husband is a part time youth pastor and I am volunteering on the worship team at church. We are very involved in ministry and growing as spiritual human beings
Licensed Physical Therapy Assistant
Taylor graduated from the Physical Therapist Assistant program at Pima Medical Institute in the Spring of 2019. Taylor works closely with his patients in order to achieve their goals and maximize function. He utilizes manual therapy, exercise, joint mobilization, and an assortment of modalities to relieve pain and regain mobility. He also attends many continuing education classes in order to stay on top of all the latest techniques and treatment styles. Taylor is a Colorado native, and in his free time he enjoys spending time with his dogs, playing and watching sports, and outdoor activities like skiing, mountain biking, and paddle boarding.