• "I have told family and friends that my sessions are wonderful, that I look forward to them and that despite what they may have heard, at least for me, they are not painful and that even if I do experience some discomfort, the end result is worth it… It was not painful and not a full body massage. You only targeted the areas that needed work, which for me meant that I got relief where I most needed it." -Pat
Theresa Zordan

About Emily

Hi, everyone! I am so excited to be joining Theresa’s practice and look forward to the opportunity to meet and work with you. First, let me tell you a little about me and my particular path to becoming a Certified Rolfer®.

I was born and raised in East Texas but spent most of my adult life in Austin. It certainly would have been easy to continue living in the comfort and familiarity of that city and the people who I came to know, but I felt drawn to start a new chapter in my life. I decided to give Denver a shot, mostly because I was seeking a city with four seasons, something I had never had the pleasure of experiencing before. It didn't take me long to fall in love with this city and all that it offers, particularly the mountains.

I have worked primarily as a dental hygienist for the last eleven years. While I always enjoyed this line of work, I soon began pursuing other trades, both personally and professionally, after I suddenly developed work-related back pain that limited my performance and quality of life. After experiencing the life-changing benefits of massage, I instantly fell in love and became fascinated with body work, and I was drawn to a second career as a licensed massage therapist. I spent several years doing body work but gradually became more interested in long-term pain management. I vividly remember when I first learned about Ida Rolf and the 10-series, after which I quickly decided it was, once again, time for another change. I suppose the old adage, “third time’s a charm,” rings true for me because, after learning and practicing three different trades, I feel that I have finally found my calling. I feel incredibly privileged to have personally experienced the transformative power of Rolfing, and my goal is to be able to share this gift with others. I have never been more excited about my professional work as I have been about my new career as a Rolfer.

This practice is profoundly rewarding, as I get a front-row seat to witnessing others grow, transform their minds and bodies, and become the best versions of themselves. My philosophy is that every client is unique and that optimal results are only achieved when we work together collaboratively and I support each client in reaching his/her desired goals.

When I’m not working as a Rolfer, dental hygienist, or massage therapist, I spend my free time outside being physically active. I mostly love climbing mountains or trail running with my two dogs, Sambo and Zeyda. Sambo is a quirky golden retriever, who always keeps me laughing, and Zeyda is my newest rescue, who I met in the Costa Rican jungle and later decided to bring home to the States. I love to travel, explore local restaurants, and connect with new people. I feel happiest when I’m on a lake and love water sports, and I plan to pick up snowboarding soon.

I look forward to meeting and learning from you as you invite me along on your journey to wellness. Please don’t hesitate to call or email me if you have additional questions or if you are interested in discussing your interests and goals.

 

Emily Kolb

Emily Kolb

Certified Rolfer™
SourcePoint Therapist
704-775-2067
emilykolbrsi@gmail.com
1221 S. Clarkson St., Suite 122 Denver, 80210

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