About Allison

In 2002, Allison graduated from Colorado College with a degree in environmental science. Although she knew her deepest interest resided in healing, she spent the next three years working on organic farms, and with natural recourse with the Peace Corps in Mali, West Africa.

In 2006 she decided to give a point of focus to her interest in healing, and she completed a 650- hour massage program with the Ashland Institute of Massage in Oregon. For the next several years, Allison worked at a chiropractic clinic, giving massage treatments and gaining therapeutic skills. Learning the Rolfing method was natural for Allison as she deepened her understanding and developed her intuition of the body. She pursued a Rolfing training that took her around the world- over the course of three years she trained in Rolfing centers from Boulder to Munich, and to Brazil.  In 2009 Allison became certified as a Rolfer™ and Rolf Movement® Practitioner.

In 2011 Allison was introduced to Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy in a continuing education class through the Rolf Institute. She felt that this finally gave her a framework of understanding the energetics of the body: In 2013, Allison began a two-year full certification course in Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy with Franklyn Sills. She now incorporates this framework into all of her treatments.

Today, Allison still works on organic farms, and finds experiences the natural world vital for the wisdom that she brings to her practice. She also enjoys spending time hiking in the mountains or flying her paraglider. While in her practice, Allison offers massage and the traditional ten series, as well as specific interventions in Rolfing®, and individual sessions of Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy.