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Kathleen Tormey, the owner of Complete Physique Boulder, LLC, has been working in fitness for over 30 years. 

Kathleen received her first Group Fitness Instructor Certification in 1992  and continued her education and training to become a Personal Trainer with the American Council on Exercise (previously known as I.D.E.A.).

Kathleen didn't stop here! Over the years she continued to advance her training and qualifications with a plethora of certifications, as well as a degree in Exercise Science from UMASS. 

Her more recent trainings include:  YT 500 Hour YOGA Teacher Certification, Restorative YOGA , Chair YOGA, & YIN Yoga.  Kathleen is a member of  the respected Yoga Alliance.


Additionally, Kathleen has a certification to work with clients living with Parkinson's Disease, which has quickly become a specialty and a favorite. 

Kathleen has worked as an intern in Cardiac Rehab at Quincy Hospital in Massachusetts.  Her current specialties with clients include MS, Scoliosis, and Senior Strength, Balance, Core and conditioning.  


Kathleen holds certifications in Myofascial release with Rossiter Coach Training Levels 1-4 and includes this and manual and assistive forms of stretching in all personal training sessions. 


These represent just a few of the 30 plus separate professional credentials Kathleen has earned throughout her career.


Kathleen is committed to refining her skills and expanding her knowledge of human performance and Healthy Lifestyle for all ages.


 Her extremely loyal client base is due to the personal interest she takes in each of her clients and her belief that we are all individuals and our lifestyles and needs remain unique.


Charlene  Jordan obtained her New York State license in 2000 and her Colorado State license in 2010.  Within months of obtaining her license, she began working in medically therapeutic environments.

Some concerns she has experience with include to Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy, Parkinsons, Multiple Sclerosis, Vertigo, osteoarthritis, post-surgery effects, repetitive stress difficulties, migraine headaches, athletic injuries, trigger point issues and prenatal massage.  She applies deep, medium or light application to suit the needs of the person as they are that day.  Her college training included a form of European massage as well as the Korean “Amma” massage, but her primary “go-to” techniques consist of trigger (and/or acupressure) point, myofascial release, gross joint mobilization and MET (Muscle Energy Technique) stretching.  She has had training including postural release work and visceral manipulation which she finds definitely has its place.

Her desire to help people work toward living free from pain motivates her to treat meticulously and with compassion.  She looks to the cause and effect of the pain and dysfunction to reduce the issues and restore better function, while listening to the patient’s body to find what lies underneath the pain

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