Brian Ubert - Massage Therapist
913.706.7426 (c), email@example.com
With a focus on sports massage, Brian has devoted his massage practice to enhancing athletic performance, reducing the potential for injury, and aiding in injury rehabilitation and recovery time. In addition to being a longstanding member of the Kinetikos team, Brian also manages the Sporting Kansas City’s soccer team’s massage program, working in conjunction with tactical and conditioning coaches, athletic trainers, physical therapists, and team doctors to develop comprehensive care solutions for optimal performance. Brian enjoys accommodating the unique needs of each person he works with, and the results he’s experienced through massage and manual therapy inspire him to continue sharing the benefits of his massage education. A native Kansan, Brian enjoys spending his free time outdoors, running, camping, cycling mountain biking, and playing soccer. His own interests have enhanced his awareness of the needs of active bodies. Brian’s training has included orthopedic assessment, trigger point therapy, muscle energy technique, and on-site experience with athletic injuries. To schedule with Brian, click here.
Carla Davenport - Acupuncturist & Herbalist
785.832.1720 (o), firstname.lastname@example.org
Carla Davenport graduated from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine-NY with an MSTOM in acupuncture and herbal medicine in 2011, and she has been in private practice in NYC since 2011. Prior to that she worked in NY and LA as a therapeutic body worker specializing in structural integration, shiatsu, meridian massage, and psycho structural balancing. As an integrative practitioner, Carla combines the use of Japanese, Classical Chinese, Five Element, and Motor Point acupuncture into treatment, along with other traditional bodywork therapies, breathwork, and essential oils. Carla believes acupuncture therapy is a collaborative healing process based on mutual understanding and interconnectedness between patient and practitioner. She specializes in treating chronic and acute pain conditions, anxiety disorders, depression, emotional blockages, addiction, trauma, digestive disorders, post partum recovery, and facial rejuvenation acupuncture. Carla’s progressive and joyful path to healing integrates both classical tradition and contemporary orthopedic assessment. Each treatment is directed at encouraging and supporting an individual in their journey to discovering a healthful and harmonious life. To schedule with Carla, click here.
Casey Emmerich - Lymphatic Therapist
785.766.4561 (c), email@example.com caseyemmerich.com
Casey became aware of the value of lymph therapy and the need of a Lawrence-area practitioner when a past surgery left her with lymphedema. Having developed a passion for working one-on-one in health and wellness fields through her 22 years as a dental hygienist, she decided to pursue lymph training herself so she could provide this service to her community. It matched her desire to expand her career toward a holistic practice, one with endless potential for continuous education. Casey quickly learned to appreciate the lymph system's role in our health and wellness, and the ways in which it can become impaired. In addition to her hands-on therapy, which directly and immediately supports and boosts the lymph system's function, Casey also provides her clients with guidance, support, and the tools to clear their organs and nourish their immune system through dietary and lifestyle changes. She is certified to work with clients that have lymphedema and is a teaching assistant through the Chikly Institute where she received her training. Casey has lived in Lawrence since 1983 and spends her free time with her children, Cienna and Indiana. For more information about Casey and her work, visiti caseyemmerich.com. To schedule with Casey, click here.
Clementine Mitchell - Life Change Facilitator, Access Consciousness Practitioner, Energetic Body Process Practitioner, Past Life Regressionist, & Massage Therapist
785.760.7886 (c), firstname.lastname@example.org clementinemitchell.com
Clementine’s practice is an invitation for greater awareness. She offers dynamic tools and processes to create changes for your body and your life by engaging your own knowing at deeper levels. Especially adept at locating emotional and energetic blocks, Clementine communicates with the many layers of a person’s being to comprehensively address discomfort or dis-ease in any form. Through each modality she supports the ability to receive, a vital element of healing so often absent. Beyond points of view, fears, and constructs are infinite possibilities we never knew we could choose. By releasing our attachments to having to know the answers, and instead learning to ask better questions, every aspect of our lives can flourish in all new ways. Clementine marries the spirit of curiosity with over 20 years experience facilitating change. As a life-long seeker, Clementine has traveled and trained extensively to hone tools for creating a greater life. In addition to providing individual sessions, Clementine frequently facilitates classes to share tools that can be employed by anyone to support change in their lives. For more information about Clementine and her work, visit clementinemitchell.com. To schedule with Clementine, click here.
Cole Cottin - Certified Hellerwork Practitioner & CranioSacral Therapist
785.409.1572 (c), email@example.com
Cole Cottin’s heart-centered “listening approach” to bodywork and movement education draws from the wisdom and techniques of both Hellerwork™ Structural Integration and CranioSacral Therapy. Her path to this work began in adolescence, when similar hands-on therapies helped her resolve traumatic injuries to the jaw and tailbone and end her long-standing battle with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Inspired by how integrative bodywork helped her instantly bounce back postpartum, in 2015 Cole enrolled in the 1,025 hour Hellerwork™ training program and began studying CranioSacral Therapy through the Upledger Institute. Cole now applies what she’s learned to facilitate whole person healing for clients struggling with pain, trauma, stress, or (as she likes to call it) “the human condition.” Her work gently supports the release of stored tension, energy, and emotions in the body’s tissues through contact with the largest organ of perception: Fascia. Cole offers wide-ranging depths of touch, as appropriate, for anyone at any stage of life – from infants to elders, parents to teens, athletes to administrators. Curious? To schedule with Cole, click here.
Holly Krebs - Certified Rolfer©, Visceral Manipulation Practitioner, Neural Mobilization Practitioner, & CranioSacral Therapist
785.832.1720 (o), firstname.lastname@example.org
Holly is a Certified Rolfer© and also practices Visceral Manipulation, Craniosacral Therapy, and Neural Mobilization. In her multi-systems approach to bodywork, Holly weaves between all the tissues of the body—fascia, organs, nerves, bones, brain, fluids, muscles, and glands. She also explores beyond physical structures to behavioral, lifestyle, emotional, energetic, and thought patterns, which can limit us from living more freely and fully. Holly empowers her clients to make long-lasting transformations by educating them; improving awareness of their bodies' messages, shifting their relationship with pain, and providing logistical support for lifestyle changes. Holly completed her Rolfing training in 2008, and she also holds undergraduate degrees with honors in American studies and sociology from KU. She runs Kinetikos Bodywork Therapy, and with her husband, Brett Stoppel, purchased the Vitality Health Collective building in 2016 to create a space for collaboration amongst holistic health care practitioners. She and Brett live in Lawrence with their three children – Evy, Hazel, and Emerson. Holly is not currently seeking new clients and recommends her officemates, Risa Kearn, Kalen Richardson, and Cole Cottin for Rolfing and Hellerwork services.
Kalen Richardson - Certified Rolfer©, CranioSacral Therapist, & Visceral Manipulation Practitioner
620.222.1018 (c), email@example.com
Kalen attended the Rolf Institute in Boulder, CO, after receiving an MFA from KU. Following a lifetime of dance and yoga, she aspired to study a new way of perceiving, contacting, and experiencing the body. While attaining her Rolfing™ Certification, Kalen practiced under, and traded extensively with, the practitioners at Kinetikos Bodywork Therapy, allowing her various approaches of study to marinate with her ongoing yoga practice into what continues to become her unique perception and touch. The Rolf Institute offered her the holistic method she had set her sights on, one she could invest herself in deeply and that meets a spectrum of goals. Kalen still finds the greatest benefit in the continuous learning from sharing work with other alternative therapists and through working with the unique experience of each client. Kalen is committed to the journey through the energetic and esoteric possibilities of her work, and coming from a family of farmers in Winfield and Caldwell, KS, she also has affinity for those wishing for ease, mobility, and alleviation from pain. She sees structural bodywork as beneficial to every body, at any age, and with any level of activity. She believes an individual’s psyche – made up of the inseparable mind-body – should be an infinite exploration! To schedule with Kalen, click here.
Risa Kearn - Certified Rolfer©, Visceral Manipulation Practitioner, Neural Mobilization Practitioner, & CranioSacral Therapist
785.760.1059 (c), firstname.lastname@example.org
Risa Kearn aims to bring clients a deeper understanding of their bodies, how they work, and how they can work even better through each of the modalities she practices. She draws from her many classes and life experience to educate clients and increase their self-awareness. Listening with her ears, hands, and intuition, Risa has a welcoming personality and brings patience and kindness to each session. A Lawrence native, Risa is also a University of Kansas graduate with degrees in Social Welfare and General Science. She served two years as an AmeriCorps volunteer after college and graduated from the Rolf Institute in 2008. An academic All-American rower in college, Risa uses the work ethic and love of learning developed at KU to drive her personal and professional quest to keep evolving. She lives on a farm east of Lawrence with her husband and two sons and is a sustainable agriculture and rotational grazing enthusiast.
Susie Roman - CranioSacral Therapist
785.813.1782 (c), SusieRomanCST@gmail.com
With over 10 years of experience in bodywork, Susie chose to focus on CranioSacral Therapy. After extensive study of muscle behavior and development, she began to see the significant role of fascia in restoring health. This discovery led her to CranioSacral Therapy in 2011 and, after experiencing first-hand the dramatic change in her overall functionality, she developed a passion for this work. The dural membranes of the skull and spinal column are also the root of the entire fascial system which, when inflamed or strained, can greatly impact both physical and cognitive functional. CranioSacral Therapy directly addresses these structures to support restoration from countless maladies. As Susie has discovered, “the fascia is truly the place where the mind and body meet.” Susie is most interested in the application of CranioSacral Therapy in the field of labor and delivery, pediatrics, and geriatrics. Susie received her education through, and is a Teaching Assistant for, the Upledger Institute, an institution with a history of rigorous clinical research and application, to ensure the highest quality of training available. To schedule with Susie, click here.
Kinetikos Bodywork Therapy is located at the Vitality Health Collective, 401 Arkansas St, Lawrence, Kansas. Our building is located on the southwest corner of 4th and Arkansas, catty-corner to the hospital. Arkansas is not accessible from 6th St, so turn north on Maine or Michigan to access 4th St.
About Our Name and Your Health
Kinetikos is the Greek word for moving or putting into motion. The proper functioning of our body is dependent upon so much internal motion--blood and lymph flow, nerve impulses, muscle and connective tissue movement, and more. All of this internal motion makes our external motions possible--we can walk, drink water, fight an infection, and respond with lightning reflexes.
But over time, our body and all of its systems accumulate bits of damage from everyday living and occasionally suffer from injury that is structurally traumatic to our body. This causes our internal motions to become less well coordinated, and subsequently, we experience a variety of health problems from aching backs to anxiety to insomnia. Many health problems that we face as we age are caused by, or aggravated by, the body's structural problems. It is our goal to help bring your muscles, connective tissue, bones, nervous system, and organs back to a state in which all of your body's movements, internal and external, are smooth and efficient and provide you with optimal health.