- Rolf Structural Integrative Bodywork
- Basic Rolf Movement
- Visceral Manipulation
- Orthopedic Massage
- Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy
- Basic Cranial Sacral Therapy
- Lomi Lomi
- Deep Tissue
- Lymphatic Drainage
- Migraine and Headache Balancing Sessions
- Swedish Massage
- DONA Certified Doula: Prenatal and Postpartum Bodywork
- Therapeutic Massage
- Myofascial Release
Katherine Davis, Licensed Massage Therapist
Katherine Davis, LMT and Certified Rolfer, has been studying forms of Bodywork and Massage since 2011. She is highly experienced with many different modalities of Structural Integration and Bodywork. This expertise allows her to customize solutions specifically tailored to the individual needs of her clients. Additionally, Katherine's experience as a Doula enables her to partner with other practitioners and to use complimentary therapies to curate a holistic program for each client.
Originally from Texas, she enjoys hiking with her dog Leroy, gardening, yoga and cooking for family and friends. Katherine attended The Lauterstine-Conway Massage School and Clinic in Austin, Texas. She then found a niche in prenatal and postpartum massage and became a Doula. After having a successful practice in Austin, Katherine moved to Boulder, Colorado to complete the three phase course education at the Rolf Institute of Structural Integration. Her post-coursework included a mentorship with a Certified Advanced Rolfer who also specializes in Visceral Manipulation. She now plans to grow her practice in Santa Fe, NM and continue learning to help bring new methods of healing to her clients.
What is Rolf Structural Integration?
It's a process that enables the body to regain the natural integrity of its form, thus enhancing postural efficiency and your freedom of movement. It is named after Dr. Ida P. Rolf, who recognized that the body is inherently a system of tissues in a seamless network, rather than a collection of separate parts. These connective tissues, called fascia, actually surround, support and penetrate all of the muscles, bones, nerves and organs. Rolfing SI works on this weblike, complex, connective tissue to release, realign and balance the whole body. Traditionally, sessions are delivered as part of a series of ten that have been systematically designed to address the whole body in a way to create overall balance and seamless structural improvement, ease throughout the body and how it performs in gravity