Silver Medalist at the World Massage Championships, 2018 in Freestyle Massage.
Yep this is me, Tracey Windmill, Owner of Alpenglow Massage and loving every moment of it. I am a mover and a groover, a lover of life and adventures, as well being the eternal student and love to continue learning. This Year I added Sarga Bodywork into the mix and am also an Instructor of 3 Dimensional Bodywork, added to my existing qualification of being a Master Practitioner of Phenomenal Touch Massage. My bodywork has a 3 Dimensional Quality to it and differs with each client and session as I strive to meet my clients needs on a deeper level. I have been practicing bodywork for 25 years receiving my first qualifications in 1992, along with a Certification of being a Naturopath in 1994. If you miss me at Alpenglow Massage, I am sure to be out on the slopes, or floating down a river in my raft. You can always follow me on Instagram at Alpenglowmassage. Or you can check out a little of my work here Highlights
There is so much gratitude for the Therapists who work with me at Alpenglow Massage who continue to strive to be the best they can be, no matter which one of us you see you are sure to be in good hands.
Jenn Posterick is a bodyworker, and massage and yoga teacher. Bodywork sessions with Jenn are a blend of deep compression, movement, and detailed fascial work. They address the body’s specific needs while also balancing and relaxing the nervous system. Each session is tailored to client needs, from injury recovery to chronic issues to relaxation and stress reduction. Her work is built on a deep foundation of Thai bodywork and western deep tissue massage techniques. To these she subtly weaves in energy balancing techniques, healing touch, Reiki, Ayurveda, and traditional Thai medicine modalities…and whatever else she has studied since this bio was written, as she is ever seeking to hone her ability both with bodywork and yoga. Most recently she has begun studying Phenomenal Touch thanks to having experienced this work from several colleagues.
Whether sessions are on the table or on the Thai futon, her work blends her many years of study to tailor client care to Alpenglow’s signature offerings. In practicing for over a dozen years and counting, she has developed a keen desire to help every client optimize their overall wellness, whether during a single session or in developing a long-term care strategy.
When not working with clients, she’s most likely hiking, skiing, riding a two-wheeled toy, practicing yoga, planning the next adventure, or sweeping up after the dogs who own her heart. Jenn attributes her own professional and personal philosophy to lessons learned in her study of traditional Thai medicine and ParaYoga: heal the self, trust the self, let go of fear and doubt, and we can offer our truest intentions to others for their healing and wellbeing.
Chris Morris has been in the health and wellness industry for nearly two decades. As a personal trainer, he has worked with populations ranging from elite athletes to individuals seeking to discover their fitness goals and create a path to reaching them. As a massage therapist, he has a multi-faceted approach that allows him to apply gentle relaxation techniques, deep tissue manipulation, and/or movement to create an overall sense of wellbeing for his clients. His sessions are also flavored with techniques from traditional Thai medicine, including use of the uniquely effective yet gentle tok sen tools.
As an avid outdoorsman, Chris has also spent over half of his life as a guide, leading groups on rivers, in the wilderness, and to the top of the worlds highest peaks. In this capacity he has also led disabled athletes to reach their adventure goals. His attention to each client’s personal capabilities and state of being gives him the ability to meet his massage clients where they are and work with them to maximize their session goals.
Kacie has a background in the medical field, equipping her with a vast understanding of the human body and how it functions. After Graduating from Denver Integrative Massage School in 2014, she has received additional training in Thailand. Kacie has a therapeutic pressure and utilizes detailed muscle work to achieve what your body needs.
Growing up in Eastern Washington State, usually on a horse in the sagebrush eventually produced some injuries that were not completely dealt with until I was introduced to massage therapy. So, in 2004 I graduated from the Tri-City School of Massage in Kennewick Washington. I worked for a spa providing therapeutic massage for 9 years and then moved to a spinal rehab office for a year and a half. In 2015 my love of skiing took me to Bozeman, Montana where I treated many clients with the love of all things, fun outdoors! It is now 2018 and to be closer to my son in Colorado I have found myself in Winter Park. Evan though I was a ski instructor for 16 years, I had to come here to get much, needed snowboard lessons from my son!
My friends call me Mack, and my regular clients call me Mackgic(al). I take the latter nomenclature to heart, as I feel it encompasses my efforts to create a unique experience for whom ever entrusts me with their presence. My slower pace, caring, and thoughtful touch, provides the body with an opportunity to settle into the various pressures and modalities applied, while the safe environment I facilitate promotes communication of individual needs. From age 12, when I sustained a low back injury and received my first body work session, I knew that massage was a gift and my calling to share with the world. I spent two years at the Colorado School of Healing Arts, gaining a wealth of techniques and approaches that range from light pressure metaphysical energy to deep neuromuscular and fascial (connective tissue) releases. After completing my externship at Porter Adventist hospital, I graduated with an Associates of Occupational Science degree dual mastery in Oncology/Medical and Reflexology massage, and accumulated a wagon full of certifications in between. When I’m not striking a balance of therapeutic and relaxing techniques for my clients, I am often enjoying the seasonal activities offered in Grand County or taking in the peace of being home near the headwaters of Monument creek, in the hills of the Troublesome Valley
Cynthia is a Colorado native raised in Boulder County. She has over 10 years of experience as a Registered Massage Therapist licensed in Colorado and Hawaii and over 35 years as an energy healer. She specializes in pain and stress release by addressing the needs of the client through customized therapeutic massage, and helps clients improve their health through holistic and life-style choices. She is proficient at Advanced Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue, Hot Stone, Trigger Point/Rehabilitation, Myo-Fascial and Body Restructuring, Reflexology, Raindrop Therapy, Sports Massage, Reiki and Shiatsu Energy Work, Cranial-Sacral and Hawaiian Lomi-Lomi Massage.
Cynthia received her Certification as a Botanical Medicine Specialist in European, Western and Eastern Medicine while living in New Mexico. Her special interest is Aurveda and she is a past member of the American Herbalist Guild.
The Hawaiian Islands has been second home to Cynthia since 1978 and she has studied the traditional medicines and protocols under local practitioners, whose knowledge was handed down through generations insuring genuine aloha and the long held spiritual energy of the Islands.
This cross-cultural knowledge brings a fundamental grounding element to her technique, helping clients re-generate, heal, and relax.
She is the owner of High Mountain Hokulea Therapeutic Healing Massage and continues to serve her long-standing clients in the Denver area. Cynthia is the mother of 3 children and 4 grand-children ages 7-21.
Interests include: Kundalini yoga practice, hiking, photography, painting, children, animals, wild-crafting and medicine preparation.