Muscle Energy Technique
Deep Tissue Massage
Kathleen Ebert, LMT
Kathleen Ebert has always believed `Life is too short to be small`. As a result, she has dedicated her life to playing big and living fully. Kathleen grew up in Germany and is a world traveler. She moved to Boulder the moment she fell in love with it`s beautiful mountains, people and outdoor activities.
Having been a competitive endurance athlete and triathlete most of her adult life, Kathleen knows, first-hand, the performance-enhancing and healing benefits of massage therapy. It was after she realized she could truly serve other athletes through body work that she decided to dedicate her life to the profession. She immediately enrolled in the Boulder College of Massage Therapy in 2007 and the rest is history. By choosing to combine her love of sports and massage, Kathleen has become one of the most sought-after, highly-specialized massage therapists in Boulder.
Kathleen is geared towards any passionate individual to enhance overall health, and maximize athletic performance and recovery. She has worked successfully with sports injuries, chronic neck and back pain, shoulder girdle dysfunction, TMJ, Scoliosis, and plantar fasciitis.
If you understand the force of intelligence in the body, its mechanical operation and structure, you can work on any part of the body you can reach with your hands.
Education and Training:
- Boulder College of Massage Therapy, (2007-2009)
- JointWorks, Physical Therapy & Massage, Edwards, CO (seasonal, 2009-2011)
- Island Touch, Martha`s Vineyard, MA (seasonal, 2009-2013)
- Certification in Thai-Shiatsu Massage, Martha`s Vineyard, MA (2010)
- Training with Adam Wolf, Boston, MA (2011)
> Movement Dysfunction: An integrated Approach
> Low Back Considerations: Functional Solutions
> Integrated Biomechanics of the Lower Extremity
> Regress before Progress: Strategies for Post-Rehabilitation
> Shoulder Issues: functional tri-plane actions of the shoulder complex
- Facilitated Wellness Boulder, Therapist 2011-present
Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.