Practitioners

Shannon Allstott

Originally from Portland, Oregon, she moved to Fort Collins in 1995. When she’s not in the studio, she’s often reading, knitting, trail running, cycling, playing music, practicing yoga, working in the garden, or hanging out with her kids. She sometimes has trouble keeping her opinions to herself, and her language has been known to run a bit blue at times (fair warning).
Having benefited greatly from massage herself, she entered into the field in 2005 with the goal of helping others improve the way their bodies function. She’s since helped people successfully recover from auto accidents, frozen shoulder, rotator cuff injuries, shoulder, knee, hip, and foot surgeries, and overcome anxiety and other stress-related symptoms.

Specialties: Neuromuscular Therapy, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, Mindfulness Coaching

Jamye Richardson

Jamye Richardson has been exploring the world of natural healing since 2001 when she first received her certificate as a Holistic Health Practitioner. She then studied Healing Touch and Reiki before becoming certified as a doula. In 2005 Jamye graduated from the Healing Arts Institute with her massage therapy license and continued on to receive a certification as a Neuromuscular Rehab Therapist. Her latest certification was studying Viniyoga, or as Jamye calls it, “moving meditation”.

Jamye enjoys creating a nurturing environment for her clients. She understands the need to balance relaxation and therapy. Sometimes clients need to relax and unwind the nervous system. Sometimes clients need specific therapy sessions. Sometimes clients need a little of both. Jamye has many tools in her toolbox to create a custom experience depending on your needs including essential oils and hot stones.

She also is our prenatal specialist. Our Loveland office houses our Athena prenatal table that allows clients to lay face down. Our Fort Collins office has prenatal pillows that also allow for mamas to lay on their belly with ease.

Specialties: Trigger Point Therapy, Neuromuscular Therapy, Myofascial Release, Prenatal, Energy Work