About

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Kassie Robison, Licensed Massage Therapist

UT LMT license #9530864-4701

MT LMT license #10119

Kassie has led a vagabond life, growing up in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, the southern coast and foothills of California, and in the shadow of majestic Rocky Mountains in Colorado. From a very young age, adventure and diversity of experience were encouraged in Kassie’s family.

Curiosity and connection were always driving forces in her life and led her to pursuits in the healing arts. She has five years experience in the medical field as a veterinary technician, pathology lab clerk, phlebotomist, and caregiver.

Kassie graduated from Health Works Institute in Bozeman, MT in August 2015. During her schooling she had an independent focus on integrative healing techniques and methods, studying the use of spiritual philosophy and meditation as a way to integrate physical modalities with client understanding and needs.

In her spare time Kassie enjoys being outside, hiking, practicing aikido, reading excellent books on history or myth, studying dressage, competing on the Schutzhund field with her German Shepherds, cooking vibrant and healthy meals, and spending time with her friends and family.

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Why Massage?

The power of a healing and educated touch is of utmost importance to me, and it is one I have carried with me my entire life. I have been aided by many manual therapies (acupressure, acupuncture, rolfing, reflexology, massage therapy, etc) from a young age in very positive and lasting ways. Throughout my life friends and family have always come to me for a therapeutic touch to relieve pain.

The world of healthcare has always appealed to me as a result of a lifelong exposure to somatic modalities. I feel that the education I have received as a medical technician has given me the patience to listen, and the skills to act with confidence as I help to heal others, relieve stress, and encourage self care. I’ve been told I also have a healing and empathetic personality, and feel that massage therapy is a lifelong field of study that provides me a compassionate and dynamic path to follow. This path compliments my nurturing character while tempering it with the professionalism and scientific outlook that my left brain desires.