• "I have told family and friends that my sessions are wonderful, that I look forward to them and that despite what they may have heard, at least for me, they are not painful and that even if I do experience some discomfort, the end result is worth it… It was not painful and not a full body massage. You only targeted the areas that needed work, which for me meant that I got relief where I most needed it." -Pat

About Theresa

When people ask me what I do, I usually say something along the lines of, "I put things in the right place so the pain goes away," which is definitely one piece of it. There's more to it, though. There's a realization of true nature; of who you genuinely are, underneath it all. There's an uncovering and a manifestation of your spirit. And that's what I'm really after in my work. It's just hard to talk about that in the middle of a sports bar.

So when we get down to it, I'm not trying to fix symptoms; I'm trying to uncover greatness, to release potential. It's just that symptoms sometimes get in the way of that greatness expressing itself, and in the process of our work together, symptoms usually go away.

The fact of the matter is that I'm a healer, though I'm hesitant to to use that word, 'healer.' So many people who simply work in a healing profession refer to themselves as healers. And it sounds so woo-woo and hippy-dippy to some, while it sounds so pretentious and snobby to others. But I've been drawn to and curious about methods of healing since I was little and I believe I have a gift. It would be wasteful not to use that gift, to hide my light under a bushel, so to speak, simply because I am uncomfortable with the terminology. So, I am a healer.

That being said, there's more to me than the title of healer. I'm a wild gardener, growing all kinds of things, just to see if I can. I'm an exuberant hiker, occasionally getting myself into sticky situations due to a lack of planning, a lack of patience, or a lack of both. I cook in the same way I garden and hike with generally delicious but occasionally inedible results. Some day I want to live on a small farm with goats, chickens, and bees. I'm the oldest of five kids and a taurus and therefore, I can be pretty bossy. I don't like chocolate and I love to dance.

Anything else you'd like to know? Shoot me an email or give me a call. I'd love to hear from you!

How I got to be a Rolfer

An Interview With Theresa

Theresa Zordan

Theresa Zordan

Certified Rolfer™
SourcePoint Therapist
303-261-2568
t.zordan@gmail.com
701 S. Logan St. Suite 110 Denver, CO 80209

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