August 11, 2016
LoraLee Kautz, Aveda Massage Coach and educator for Aveda Institute Denver has created an inspiring Master Series for our spa students that teaches techniques to help improve posture and increase longevity for estheticians and massage therapists.
“The goal is for you to feel better in your body years and years down the road than you do today. This workshop will teach you how to keep your body working well so you can be successful in your spa career for a long, long time – and feel great at the same time,” shares LoraLee.
Currently, the average massage therapist or esthetician in this industry is only able to last about five years before the body begins to respond to the physical demands through aches, pains and injury. This Master Series is inspired to help practitioners enjoy longevity in their career by taking care of the body and preventing pain and injury. Loralee is passionate about helping others take care of themselves so she created this training to teach positive ergonomics and postures as a practitioner. Rooted in Ayurvedic philosophy, this class will guide you into learning how to take care of yourself so you can continue to take care of others, and be successful in the spa industry.
LoraLee trained at the Utah College of Massage Therapy and completed the 815.5-hour long professional Massage Therapy Program in 2000. Upon graduation she was offered a position as the Career Services Counselor for UCMT and later a chance to be a Teaching Assistant for Professional Development and Reflexology classes. After working on the business side for a while, LoraLee began working hands-on in the spa industry including Sego Lily Day Spa in Layton, Ut where she grew to become the Massage Team Lead. Eventually life brought LoraLee and her family to Colorado where she joined the spa team at Aveda Institute Denver. She continues to grow and learn as she’s achieved multiple certifications and leads students to becoming the best massage therapists.