Kimberly Thompson, LMT
Kimberly graduated from MTIC in 2002 and has been practicing massage for over 20 years. She uses an integrative approach to massage and her unique style includes Swedish, Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular, Mayan Abdominal massage, Lymphatic Drainage, Hot Stone, Gua Sha, Cupping, Craniosacral Therapy, Thai massage, and a spiritual healing style to each session. She uses an intuitive approach to help gently unwind the tissue and bring the body closer to balance.
Eric Howell, MBA, BS, BFA
Certified to teach in the state of Colorado, Eric has been training students in anatomy and physiology for the past 21 years. Through human dissection work at CU Boulder and course instruction at Red Rocks Community College and the Denver Integrative Massage School, Eric has worked with hundreds of students in their pursuit of self-knowledge.
With a passion for learning and the learning process, Eric brings an objective-based learning style coupled with the latest trends in technology learning to the classroom.
Hillary Olsen Hilliard, LMT
Hillary is one of the first practitioners in the Denver area to practice and promote the amazing healing arts of Thai Yoga Massage and Thai Herbal Compresses. Hillary has had extensive training in Thailand, and her practice and teaching draw mainly from the Northern (Chiang Mai) style. She founded Textured Motion 17 years ago. She is a Registered Massage Therapist in Colorado, a Registered Thai Therapist, and a Registered Yoga Therapist. Her studies have been unique because she has chosen to study with many, different schools in Thailand. She has created the “Textured Motion” style of Thai Massage, by gathering all of her training and knowledge into one style that really speaks to our generation and to the society with which we live. Hillary began to teach 15 years ago because she wanted to share her knowledge and experience with others. Hillary has taken her knowledge of Thai massage and the Thai culture and made it more accessible and available for the American student, i.e. bringing in anatomy awareness, medical terminology, and answering the “Whys”.