STRENGTH IS NOTHING WITHOUT STABILITY
"I constantly endeavor to be a clear channel for health and well-being, to co-create the highest state in which healing can take place."
Lisa is a certified lymphatic therapist. She has received certifications in the Chikly and Carter methods of lymphatic therapy and has extensive training in the Vodder method of MLD. She specializes in post-mastectomy lymphedema and uses leading-edge technologies to improve lymphatic function and reduce scarring.
By utilizing the Lebowitz Method
method of correcting chronic health problems, she can assist clients in identifying microbial imbalances, eliminating food toxins and dialing in their nutritional deficits and needs.
Offering unique and in-depth therapies in tissue cleansing and detoxification including Zerona® Laser and Endermologie®, she utilizes technologies for clearing the lymph and restoring immune function. Lisa and her husband Joe are the founders of the Kistner Institute in Aspen, Colorado.
Once the brain receives all of its information from the body,
the body the can heal itself."
Joe Kistner has been a student of bodywork and therapeutic massage for over 30 years. He has held many certifications including Muscle Activation Technique (MAT), and he has studied such forms as Orthopedic and Sports massage and Neuromuscular Therapy at the Boulder School of Massage. Joe holds the distinction of being one of the first MAT specialist in the country.
Utilizing TBS (Total Body Stabilization), Dr. Lebowitz's method of applied kinesiology to correct chronic health problems, and his background as a licensed pharmacist, Joe has enjoyed marked success in being of service to his patients in helping to relieve pain and restore health. He has recently completed R, I and T Phase certifications in Z Health, an innovative nervous system-based movement protocol.
Joe is the founder of TBS, a system that restores stability to alleviate pain, reduce injury and maximize athletic performance. He has worked with all levels of athletes, from amateurs to professionals and olympians. Specifically skiers, snowboarders, tennis players, as well as some of the top professional golfers in the world from the PGA, LPGA, and Senior Tours.
Abby Gould Levine was born in New York and raised immersed in the art world in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Boston University in 2000 and completed her esthetics training at the Elan Institute in Denver, Colorado in 2007.
Abby recognizes the connection between confidence in how one looks and feels and is passionate about supporting others in their skincare journey. Having spent most of her life at high altitude, she is incredibly knowledgeable about the skincare challenges that come with living in Colorado. For the past 13 years, Abby has found a way to combine her love of art and skincare by working as a skin therapist and makeup artist in the foremost luxury spas in Denver.
Abby loves the artistry of makeup and specializes in weddings and special events, and has also volunteered her time with Look Good Feel Better, a non-profit that helps cancer patients with makeup and skin care during and after oncology treatments. Abby and her family have recently moved to the valley, fulfilling a lifelong dream to raise a family here. She enjoys the outdoors and especially loves all snow sports, including downhill skiing, snowboarding, and Nordic skiing.