In 2003, Danielle pursued her initial training in bodywork at the New Mexico School of Natural Therapeutics. After completing certification she returned to VT to resume her studies in complementary health, and received her B.S. in Wellness and Alternative Medicine. Over the next decade, Danielle put her training into use as a massage therapist and worked in various settings and with different demographics from athletes to individuals with traumatic brain injuries.



Over time, Danielle became frustrated in hearing her clients voice the same complaint-they felt great after their session, but gradually their symptoms would return. She decided to look deeper into creating lasting change and was reintroduced to a term she first heard in 2003…Rolfing.



After moving to CO to attend the Rolf Institute of Structural Integration she graduated in 2012. Danielle is passionate about the complexities of fascial planes and is reminded of the power of structural shifts on a daily basis.



For a general overview of Rolfing and how you can benefit from fascial work schedule a free consultation with Danielle today.