Co-owner of the Center for Well-Being, Kate Marshall-Chase, LMT, has been a massage therapist since 1983. She brings over 30 years of yoga training, natural foods cooking and an athletic lifestyle to her bodywork sessions. Kate strives to assist her clients in achieving balance in their lives. Massage therapy may include a combination of deep connective tissue therapy, shiatsu and sports massage techniques designed to eliminate stress, pain and discomfort while adding a sense of relief and connectedness. Cooking, reading, cycling, swimming, yoga, family and friends bring joy to Kate’s life.
Doris Rogalla, BA, LMT, has been practicing massage since 1995. She tailors each session to meet her clients’ needs, interweaving Deep Tissue and Swedish massage with Reflexology and Lymph Drainage Therapy. One of the greatest rewards of her job is witnessing her clients’ overall improvement. Recently she completed her CranioSacral Therapy II training through The Upledger Institute. Doris considers energy-work a lifelong pursuit.
Doris’ recipe for her own health includes spending a lot of time in nature, sauna, weight-lifting, hiking with her German Shepherd dog, plus plenty of sleep and solitude. She loves music, movies, and taking photos of water.
Katie Bechtel, LMT, has been in practice for over 15 years. She graduated from Penn State in 1995 with a BS in Exercise and Sport Science and in 1997 from the Colorado Springs Academy of Therapeutic Massage. Katie offers gentle and relaxing Swedish massage, along with Reflexology, Healing Touch, Reiki, and Hot Stone Massage. She specializes in Pregnancy Massage and teaches Infant Massage. Katie dedicates her talents by helping in the hospital, hospice, and home care settings. She loves living in Happy Valley with her husband and 3 young sons. Katie enjoys camping, hiking, traveling and being a yoga teacher.
Kerri Zelman, LMT, has been in practice since 2007. Kerri’s down-to-earth approach to bodywork combines energetic and physical techniques, including deep tissue massage, myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, Thai massage & breath work.
As a certified yoga teacher, she incorporates her knowledge of movement and postural patterns to support clients in cultivating greater awareness, relaxation and freedom in body, mind and spirit.
Kerri is also passionate about working with women on the journey through pregnancy. In addition to being a mother of two beautiful daughters, her background as a doula and childbirth educator informs her work supporting women with prenatal massage and yoga.
Megan Moore, LMT, will be integrating her extensive background in dance, kinesiology and anatomy with certifications in Laban Movement Analysis, Bartenieff Fundamentals, Yoga, Reiki and doTERRA AromaTouch Technique with her training at the Integrative School of Massage. Additionally Megan is completing her certification in Herbology and apprenticing in energetic Shamanic Healing. Her diverse training methods all inform the massage she is able to offer her clients.
Megan believes in the healing power of touch and regularly uses essential oils in her sessions. In addition to her massage therapy sessions Megan will be conducting free classes in the use of doTERRA life enhancing essential oils.
Amy Rumbel, LMT, has been practicing massage for 15 years. She practices relaxing Swedish massage in addition to using Hot Stones, as requested, and practicing Deep Fascia Release techniques. She loves to get massages as much as give them and believes massage has not just a great physical effect but emotional and mental as well.
Her study and practice as a Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher help her in understanding the physiological aspects of the body, movement and how certain daily habits effect the body.
She is always working toward helping clients, and herself, develop healthier and new ways to use their bodies and minds for health and happiness in this life.