• "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 Theresa

Hey there, and thanks for checking out my website! My name is Theresa Zordan and I am a Certified Rolfer™ and a SourcePoint Therapist, which is really exciting for me. It has been a winding journey to discover what I wanted to be when I grew up and now that I'm here, I am really happy and proud. Starting my business has been such a great challenge!

So, a little bit about me. I was born and raised in Chicago. At 18, I moved to Boulder, Colorado for college and, other than a brief try at the Midwest again, I've been out in colorful Colorado ever since. I love the sunshine, the mountains and the laid-back, healthy culture here in the West.

I have always been interested in alternative medicine and, more specifically, a holistic approach to the body. The idea of treating the cause instead of the symptoms simply makes sense to me. I just didn't know which modality was right for me. I worked for an acupuncturist to see if that would be a good fit; I worked with three different chiropractors; I dabbled in massage therapy. I also tried biodynamic therapy, qi healing, reiki, and Chinese Five Element healing. I liked all those therapies, but I just couldn't see myself as a practitioner.

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Theresa Zordan

Theresa Zordan

Certified Rolfer™
SourcePoint Therapist
1221 S. Clarkson St., Suite 122 Denver, 80210

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