Jake became a massage therapist in 2011. An avid ultramarathoner and climber himself, he started out working with professional athletes in his community to relieve chronic pain, muscular dysfunction, and lagging recovery times. Looking for a deeper understanding of the root causes of those issues, he trained with top practitioners to develop tools and therapies that would allow him to take a more holistic approach to mobility, wellness, and movement. After nearly a decade of practice, he now works with all types of clients, from professional athletes to everyday people looking to improve their quality of life. He regularly teaches seminars for other bodywork practitioners, so he can spread the message of optimal function and good health.
Emily loves working with people through the physical body to help them reach their full potential, whether that be achieving specific performance goals or experiencing less pain & greater mobility in their body. Emily is a Certified Rolfer, Art of Feminine Presence Teacher, & Certified Animal Flow Instructor. She graduated from the University of Kansas with a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science.
Your physical presence is the #1 thing that attracts people to you and makes them listen to your message. When you are not comfortable in your body, it affects everything, your confidence, career, relationships, etc. Emily feels passionately about helping people feel more relaxed, space, & ease in their body. How you move and how you think affect how you show up and, therefore, the impact you are able to have in the world. When your body is holding you back, your message is not heard. Through her signature process that includes the use of Rolfing Structural Integration, embodiment coaching, the Art of Feminine Presence, & Animal Flow, Emily guides her clients to feel more confident, energized, and at home their bodies.
Emily works with a wide-range of clients, males and females ages ranging from 9 to 95 years old. Her clientele includes triathletes, runners, yogis, dancers, & just regular active people desiring to feel better in their body. Some of the issues that her clients come to her with include: scoliosis, hip & back pain, sciatica, headaches, & general complaints of feeling tight & out of alignment.
Since graduating, she has completed several continuing education classes with topics ranging from craniosacral work, the neuroscience behind chronic pain, functional methods from an osteopathic perspective, a year-long Feminine Leadership Mastery program, and Active Fascial Unwinding. In her free time, she likes to be in nature, whether hiking on the trails or camping, leisure trail running, or reading a book in the sun.