Stu Kershner, PT, MPT, OCS
Chelsea is a licensed and insured massage therapist, and has been practicing since December 2007. She graduated from the Colorado School of Healing Arts, where she obtained her certification after completing a 700 hour program of massage therapy and other related healing arts. Chelsea is also a professional member in good standing with The Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals.
Over her career, Chelsea has treated situations of acute trauma and chronic pain. She has experience in Swedish and Deep Tissue massage, Prenatal/Pregnancy and Sports massage, as well as Trigger Point Therapy. From sedentary office workers to professional athletes, Chelsea has worked on clients from all walks of life, and truly values the uniqueness of each person and the challenges they may be experiencing. She strives to cultivate a relationship where working together can restore body balance.
In her free time Chelsea enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, and running. She has completed several half & full marathons since 2004 and looks forward to continuing to challenge herself with more races in the future.
Amanda Farrell, RMT
Amanda is a Medical Massage Therapist practicing in Colorado since 2004. She studied at the Colorado Institute of Massage Therapy and the Colorado School of Healing Arts where she has completed a total of 3,650 hours of training over the course of 10 years. She is certified in many Medical Massage Modalities including: Neuromuscular Therapy, Lymphatic Drainage, Scar Tissue Reconstruction, Oncology Massage, Sports Therapy, Active Release Therapy, and Craniosacral Therapy.
Amanda Focuses on the healing aspects of massage through working with a wide variety of acute and chronic illnesses including IBS, Whiplash, Edema/Swelling, Headaches, Migraines, Chronic Back Pain, Crohn’s Disease, Joint Replacements, Multiple Sclerosis, Fibromyalgia, Plantar Fasciitis, Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, Traumatic Brain Injuries, Diabetic Neuropathy, Sciatica, and Thoracic Outlet Syndrome.
Amanda has been practicing Massage Therapy for over 15 years and can seamlessly integrate many techniques into a session to create the most balance and relief for every client. As a firm believer in the inseparable connection between the body and the mind, Amanda is passionate about using healing touch to break through the mental barriers that often hinder health and healing. She is committed to assisting individuals in achieving life balance through the use of massage and personal wellness.
Joshua Conn has been a personal trainer in Denver for over a decade. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). While being a personal trainer Joshua has worked with a variety of clients and athletes including high school basketball players, Lacrosse players, Skiers, Marathoners, U.S. Adventure racers and Minor League baseball players. After competing in power lifting for two years and injuring both of his shoulders and knees, he decided there had to be a better way to train. He has devoted his training career to finding some of the most beneficial methods of screening movements and training athletes to avoid injury or decrease pain.
Joshua is a Corrective Exercise Specialist focusing on increasing sports performance through various training methods. His skills are not limited to athletes, however, and believes everyone is an athlete in their own way.
When Joshua is not at the studio training clients he is hanging out with his family at the lake or playing in the backyard with his very active children. Joshua also tries to enjoy the occasional bike ride, with or without the kids in tow.
Hunter Townsend, DC
Having attended the Fountainhead of Chiropractic, Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA, Dr. Hunter has the most up to date chiropractic education and knowledge to best serve you. Every single person is different and should be served according to past and current health history. A comprehensive consultation, Neurological evaluation and report of findings are the beginning steps to understand where your health is at now. Then on a following visit, a report of findings and first chiropractic adjustment utilizing Sacro-Occipital Technique to show you were your health can be.
Dr. Chris Hovendon
Dr. Chris is a graduate of both the University of Florida and Parker University (Magna Cum Laude). He and his practice are dedicated to helping the entire family live right, feel right and move right, by helping the spine stay as healthy as possible. By adjusting the spine, he ensures that your nervous system is functioning at its highest possible level, thereby creating a higher connection between your brain and body!
Through both his formal and continuing education, Dr. Chris has learned to utilize several adjusting techniques to provide his patients with their best form of care. Dr. Chris is trained in pediatrics through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) as well as Webster Certified. The Webster Technique is a wonderful technique that can help proper alignment and functioning of a pregnant mother’s pelvis. Dr. Chris loves working with children and cares for many children involved in competitive sports. Most top-notch athletic teams/programs have chiropractic as an integral part of their sports health team!
When Dr. Chris is not in his office, he enjoys traveling, hiking, reading and watching anything Gator related. But most of all, spending time with his family!
James Redigan, MA, LPC
James specializes in working with males of all ages, particularly adolescents and young adults. He uses a Solution-Focused, Cognitive Behavioral approach with his clients, and uses CBT and DBT techniques. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is one of the most empirically based approaches for depression and anxiety, while Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) focuses on the integration of skills in the areas of Core Mindfulness, Emotion Regulation, Distress Tolerance and Interpersonal Effectiveness.
He enjoys working with adolescents, adults, and couples, helping each client find their own strengths to get to a better place in their lives. James works with clients to develop coping skills that will help achieve their therapeutic goals, and allows them space for their own personal growth. He recognizes that it takes a lot of courage and strength to engage in therapy, and promises to be as authentic and real with clients as possible, to hopefully make it easier for them to do the same.