Haley Tamberi, LMT
Graduate of Mountain Heart School of Bodywork and licensed massage therapist in Colorado.
When I was younger I wanted to be a Doctor...I always made my brother play make believe "Doctor's office" with me. Where I would create patient charts and folders for all my stuff animals, and the dog of course.....Embarrassing to share on my website, but to be honest my heart has always been there for "helping" others. I have followed my passions in life as they strayed me off the path of graduating with a "pre-med" degree. And I am thankful because it has brought me to this field of massage therapy and I cannot express how much I look forward to helping the health and wellness of those who seek my care. Optimum balance in the mind-body, body-mind, and spirit connection is so powerful. It is through our bodies we experience life, why not reduce our pain and discomfort so that we can go through life with more ease and awareness. Our culture is so busy these days and it is great to provide a service which allows each person to relax deeply and give their body time to fully recover inside and out. I strive to make a person connection with all my clients and provide a healing & therapeutic environment whether our session be at my studio or there home or work environment.
I was raised in the foothills of the Sierras in California where I cultivated a love and passion for the outdoors at an early age. Nine years ago, I moved to Colorado to attend the University of Colorado at Boulder and found that same love in the Rocky Mountains. After graduation, I had no thought of leaving Colorado and moved to Crested Butte. The Sierras will always be in my heart, and of course the fact that my family is there keeps me visiting regularly. Most of my time the past five years have been spent in Crested Butte, Colorado. That is where I attended massage school in pursuit of following my passions and taking life to the next step. Durango was without a question to be the location for this next step. Sometimes part of growing up is moving to the the "big" city. A lot of my friends from the Gunnison valley have already made this similar step to Durango. I am happy for everything this "little, big" town has to offer. It's incredible!