Marie Thiebaud, C.M.T.
Guild Certified Practitioner of the Rolf Method
Marie is a Health Educator, Structural Integration Practitioner and Massage Therapist. She is certified in the Rolf Method of Structural Integration, also known as Rolfing® from The Guild for Structural Integration in Boulder, Colorado. Her massage training was completed at National Holistic Institute where she was trained in Swedish, Deep tissue, Shiatsu, Myofascial Release, and Reflexology.
Marie's passion for healing began due to her own struggles with scoliosis and fibromyalgia. She initially started working in a chiropractic office as a massage therapist in 1997, and then pursued a corporate career, but found that her true calling was helping people manage and heal their pain as a massage therapist. Marie specifically chose the practice of Structural Integration because she experienced first-hand the dramatic long lasting changes within her own body. Motivated by her experience, Marie pursued this approach to help people work toward a pain-free existence.
Through her extensive training of over 1700 hours in body work, Marie applies her healing touch to a large and diverse client base. Whether a client is suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome, scoliosis, or just wants to gain maximum performance from their bodies, they will benefit from Marie's healing touch.
Certifications and Continuing Education:
Advanced Program at the Guild with Emmett Hutchins, Master Rolfer, and Neil Powers, Master Rolfer to become a Certified Advanced Rolfer. 2016.
Understudied Rolfing 10 series with Steve Kraft, Advanced SI practitioner. 2015
4 handed Structural Integration workshop with Emmett Hutchins and Isaac Osbourne. 2014
Understudied the 3series Andy Crow, Master Rolfer. 2013
Certified Structural Integration Practitioner of the Rolf method. 2011
Certified Massage Therapist and health educator. 2010
Licensed Oregon Chiropractic Assistant. 1997-1999