Tiffany is the skilled leader of our team after graduating with her Associates Degree in Massage Therapy from Heritage College in 2005. She has been practicing massage while taking care of her family of 6 and exploring career opportunities in traditional healthcare. All the while discovering that her career path and passion lead her back to massage. Tiffany believes that massage is a natural way to heal a person’s whole being, mind, body, and spirit, and is complimentary to a person’s overall health. This healing should be available to everyone! She is skilled in Swedish massage, painless Deep Tissue, Sports, Pre and Post Natal, Hot Stone, Aromatherapy, Craniosacral, Gua-sha and MET (muscle energy technique). She is passionate about keeping clients involved in their massage by incorporating stretches and obtaining feedback. Tiffany is currently seeking to obtain her board certification and is looking forward to future education in Lymphatic care and Injury massage as well as expanding her education to include a Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture. She is proud to call Tree of Life Massage Center her home!
Elizabeth graduated the Denver School of Massage Therapy in 2013. A skilled therapist, her passion for helping others through the healing arts started with raising her family of 10. She believes in the healing and recuperative benefits of massage and uses her expertise in Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, Structural, Swedish, Reflexology, Sports, Prenatal, and Gua-Sha as well as various other modalities and energy techniques to tailor session goals. She views the client as integral to developing these goals and is honored to serve as a partner in client wellness. A firm believer in continuing education, Elizabeth helps to educate clients regarding their own wellness and seeks to further her own knowledge and skills in massage on a continuing basis. Elizabeth enjoys being part of the Tree of Life Massage Center team!
Jeremy joins our team as an integrative massage therapist, specializing in deep tissue and injury recovery technique. His style is unique, with minor influence of Esalen, Bhakti, Reiki and the Craniosacral techniques. He also has a major influence with Myofascial, Swedish, Sports Massage, Neuromuscular Techniques and Quantum-Touch. He has developed and refined some of his own techniques over the years, such as Active Release and Subscapular Release. These both frequently yield significant relief in his clientele with acute issues, and is most commonly what they request. He is extremely knowledgeable of deep muscular anatomy, and most of the time, he will focus on such areas. His work is amazingly suited for clientele who prefer releasing chronically-ischemic tissues, such as consistent tension or scar tissue. It complements Chiropractic adjustments, and other whole-body wellness practices.
Issac joins our team from the Colorado School of Healing Arts in 2017 and has been at Tree of Life ever since. He specializes in balancing therapeutic results with relaxing overall work, combining Neuromuscular, Myofascial, deep tissue, sport stretching, and Swedish massage into a personalized approach for each client.
Aaron was inspired to become a Massage Therapist after a long career path having always worked with his hands (in construction, doing yard work, and then in apartment building maintenance). Not finding any job satisfaction, until he discovered Massage. On that day, in a profound place of pain (and crankiness) from constantly using his body for work, Aaron was urged by a friend to go get a massage, and finally did. After that massage, he felt affected in such a way that he felt as if he were floating; given a new perspective. Somehow, even the accustomed thought patterns suddenly seemed irrelevant. He realized in that moment that this is how he could do more good, by doing the same thing for others that had been done for him. While working full-time, Aaron attended night classes at Denver School of Massage Therapy, completed school and received his diploma. Later, he received his professional license from the State of Colorado. Now he is providing that same experience while still working with his hands, but now clear on his intent to help others feel better in their own skins. For now, Aaron mainly focuses on recuperative therapy and pain abatement, in Trigger Point Therapy and Swedish Massage. But is continuing to refine his skills and acquire more tools for his tool belt.
Temporarily out of office – Gheisa (gay-sa) graduated from Denver School of Massage Therapy in 2013. She enjoys each modality in which she is trained, and loves to use the modalities in combination including Deep Tissue, Swedish, Sports, Trigger Point and Structural to name a few. Along with her Hot Stone and Aromatherapy continued education, Gheisa is well versed in modalities to fit all ailments and needs. She understands that by utilizing the different modalities of massage that the body, mind and soul will be more relaxed leading to a less stressful, healthier way of life. She likes to educate and give helpful information regarding massage to each client. Gheisa is very passionate about her massage career and is a hard-working and positive addition to our growing team at Tree of Life Massage Center. Gheisa is a loving wife and mother of two children!
Aubrey has been a Massage Therapist for 16 years, graduating from The Arizona School of Massage Therapy in October of 2002. She has spent most of her career in the Denver Metro Area along with traveling for seasonal work to ski resorts both here and in Northern California. She has experience in day spas, chiropractic offices, in medical massage practice, and has spent over 10 years teaching massage at the Denver School of Massage Therapy in Westminster, Colorado. Her main focus with massage is to help manage chronic pain using a customized plan and technique for each client’s specific needs, to increase quality of life and decrease stress through massage, and to educate her clients on how to better manage their pain, on their own, in addition to massage. We are happy she has chosen Tree of Life as her home.