Tyler grew up in the Roaring Fork Valley and is passionate about educating, guiding, and healing. He studied massage in Hawaii and his work is a combination of Lomi Lomi and the principals of Structural Integration. Lomi Lomi is an ancient Hawaiian healing art incorporating rhythmic movements and long forearm strokes that progressively release muscles from light to deep, move lymphatic fluid, and reset the alignment of the bones. He loves educating people about their bodies and promoting healthy, mindful living. He is also trained in Neuromuscular Manipulation, Active Release Technique, Myofascial Trigger Point Release, Acupressure and Meridian Massage.
Combining knowledge and intuition, Carol's intention is always to uncover, rather than create, her client's beauty.
Carol Trulove has been an aesthetician in the Roaring Fork Valley for nearly 30 years. The foundation of her practice is rooted in the science of her field, her knowledge base always adapting and growing to accommodate new discoveries. What remains central and unchanging, however, is Carol’s belief that the act of beautifying oneself is not a disposable vanity, but rather an act of self care and compassion, a conversation with one’s spirit. Combining knowledge and intuition, Carol’s intention is always to uncover, rather than create, her client’s beauty.
Sheryl is our lead therapist at True Nature's petite spa and brings over 20 years of experience to True Nature.
Sheryl is our lead therapist at True Nature’s petite spa. She did much of her training at the New Mexico Academy of Healing Arts and has worked at many popular spas around the Southwest. She brings a compassionate heart, strong sensitive hands, a peaceful presence and over 20 years experience to her healing arts practice. Her massage is an intuitive, tailored blend of Swedish, deep tissue, Lomi Lomi style, and cranio-sacral work. As a lover of nature and avid gardener, she also enjoys inviting the plant devas to assist her sessions by incorporating medicinal essential oils. The most recent addition to her work are many of the traditional Ayurvedic healing treatments such as Abhyanga, Marma point therapy, Nasya and Shirodhara.
Paul Valentine specializes in structural, deep tissue, sports, neuromuscular, myo-fascial release, reflexology, cranial sacral, acupressure and trigger point therapy.
Paul Valentine incorporates a variety of techniques in his massage practice, including structural, deep tissue, sports, neuromuscular, myo-fascial release, reflexology, cranial sacral, acupressure and trigger point therapy. His intention is always for his clients to experience a multi-level release of tension driven pain and discomfort. Paul brings to True Nature over 27 years practicing bodywork in the Roaring Fork valley.
Her ability to bring a deep relaxation to the body and the soul comes from a place of presence and intuition.
Karen Salamida CMT, is trained in Swedish massage, acupressure, reflexology and aromatherapy. Her passion is Visionary Craniosacral work, in which she studied and became certified with Hugh Milne in California. Karen has been practicing massage in the Roaring Fork valley for 25 years. Her ability to bring a deep relaxation to the body and the soul comes from a place of presence and intuition. She is also excited to bring Ayurvedic treatments to share with you here at True Nature Healing Arts.
Jenny works with clients to custom-fit their treatment to their individual needs and desires. The sessions are usually an integration of a variety of techniques.
Jenny graduated from her first massage training in 1988 from the Mendocino Massage Institute. She is trained in advanced myo-fascial and Structural Integration Techniques through the Rolf Institute and The Guild. She has completed four years of training in Biodynamic Cranial Sacral Therapy at The Colorado School for Energy Studies in Boulder. She also offers acupressure, hot stone, aroma therapy and sound healing to enrich her work with people. Jenny has recently become certified in a new therapy called AAT ( Associative Awareness Technique) which turns off the amygdala, our flight or fight response mechanism in the emotional mid-brain and is a wonderful modality for the nervous system. Jenny works with clients to custom-fit their treatment to their individual needs and desires. The sessions are usually an integration of a variety of techniques.