Kim Wetherbee

Empower people to take control of their Health and Well-Being

While in college I stumbled upon a weekend class in Massage. Great intro to a career choice, Yes? Ha Ha. I had previously worked in health care as an EKG Tech in a hospital. I enjoyed helping people, but realized that I didn't fit well in the confines of Western Medicine where symptoms are treated versus discovering, and dealing with, a cause. After taking the class, I realized that I had been doing massage for as long as I could remember, having an older brother who would have me 'work out' ...

While in college I stumbled upon a weekend class in Massage. Great intro to a career choice, Yes? Ha Ha. I had previously worked in health care as an EKG Tech in a hospital. I enjoyed helping people, but realized that I didn't fit well in the confines of Western Medicine where symptoms are treated versus discovering, and dealing with, a cause. After taking the class, I realized that I had been doing massage for as long as I could remember, having an older brother who would have me 'work out' knots and painful muscles he'd gotten from sports. I have always been a fan of holistic types of healing, so I enrolled in Massage School with the next available class.
I graduated Colorado School of Healing Arts in 1995 with over 1000 hours of in-class instruction. Since then, I have studied various specialties in massage, and in the decades that have elapsed, I have honed my sense of touch. My clients like to say I have 'radar' for finding knots. I can work extremely gently when needed, and many clients are astonished at the strength I have as well. The pressure I use is dictated by my clients comfort level and especially what pressure the muscle needs to be able to release. A muscle cannot release if the pain level is too high.
When indicated, I utilize Trigger Point Therapy. It is very effective in relieving pain-related issues, and is one of the best ways I have found at truly releasing painful muscles. I also use hot stones in most sessions, using them when indicated, often on tight, knotted muscles. Most people love them!
I LOVE helping people to get in touch with their bodies, and help them alleviate pain. I teach people that their pain is a message, and together, we work to discover the cause. Taken care of, our bodies outlast any ‘machinery’ that science has developed. For example, a human knee can last 100+ years, yet a ‘knee replacement’ is said to need replacement in 10-20 years. I encourage my clients to take the best care of their ‘original equipment’ that they possibly can. Regular massage is a way to do just that.
When a client comes in for a session, we discuss what is going on with their body. I tailor the session to their individual preferences and needs. I find out what is needed, and do my best to have them leave having those needs met.

Therapist Pledge
As your Massage Therapist,
I pledge to always honor and respect you,
I enter your space with both my hands and my heart,
I devote you my fullest attention,
I am dedicated to your well-being
both physically and emotionally.
May the caring of my heart always be felt in my touch.
Please know that I offer my knowledge
to soothe and comfort both body and spirit.

Yours in Good Health,
Kim Wetherbee, CMT, LMT
Your Massage Therapist

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Where I Work
Licenses
Massage

MI # 7501005776

Education
1995

Colorado School of the Healing Arts

1000 Hour Massage Therapy Certification

1995

Colorado School of Healing Arts

650 Hour Massage Therapy Certification Course

Experience
Bodywork

Certificate of Achievement in Sports Massage

Teaching Assistant position in Sports Massage class at Colorado School of Healing Arts.

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