Meet the Kamati Wellness Team
Founder, Massage Therapist
Randi has been a Licensed Massage Therapist since 2003, when she graduated from Southeastern Neuromuscular Massage School in Charlotte, NC. She received her BS in Athletic Training from the University of North Carolina in Charlotte in 2003. Randi became a yoga instructor in 2013 and has her doula certification with DONA International.
Randi began providing massage to clients at a Wellness Center where she specialized in cases of injury and chronic pain. After gaining beneficial experience working closely with chiropractors, spinal specialists, a dentist, and psychologist she opened her practice in 2006 in Charlotte, NC. Randi moved to Denver, CO in 2012 where she worked with chiropractors and pain management specialists before reopening her business in Denver in 2015.
Always looking for something new to learn, Randi discovered a modality that combines massage, energy work, and stretching (everything she loves) Thai Yoga Bodywork. Currently holding over 1000 hours as a Registered Thai Therapist, Randi is well versed in this form of mystic healing and has witnessed the deeper aspects of release it brings her clients. Combining her love of movement with the body and being a doula she loves helping the birthing person get their body ready for all the transitions it will endure during and after childbirth with Prenatal massage with stretching.
Randi believes good massage therapists and yoga instructors encompass passion, knowledge, and intuition. She has a high degree of sensitivity towards others and continually works to expand her knowledge to provide her clients with the greatest level of care possible. Her firm belief is “you can’t give what you don’t have. I am here to help release the pain, quiet the mind, and bring awareness.”
Melana is a Licensed Massage Therapist and Certified Community Herbalist. Her passion lies in women’s reproductive health and how it pertains to whole body wellness. Her own fertility journey led her to Mayan Abdominal Massage. With positive results, she was enamored and determined to assist women in this way. Through this experience Melana nurtured a relationship with plant medicine and ethnobotanical studies. While studying in the Yucatan she learned traditional Mayan abdominal massage from Mayan midwives.
Completing the massage program at Denver Integrated Massage School further deepened Melana’s passion for whole body wellness and the importance of touch, connection, relaxation, and mental and physical relief that massage therapy provides. Melana uses a combination of learned skills and her intuition in her practice. Melana’s goal is to provide a safe space to facilitate and support healing. Some of her favorite modalities include Mayan Massage, Thai Yoga Massage as well as a combination of Swedish and Thai while on the table.
In Melana’s spare time she enjoys spending time with her two kids and husband outside enjoying all that CO offers, gardening, and traveling!!
Massage Therapist & Yoga Instructor
Leah is a Licensed Massage Therapist and completed her schooling at Denver Integrative Massage School. She has devoted her studies exploring alternate holistic health practices to help people thrive in life and find innate healing; through bodywork, food and habits.
Her journey to becoming a massage therapist started in 2017 where she attended her first yoga training in India. Her passions transformed as she explored yoga studies in trauma sensitive yoga for recovery, prenatal/postpartum yoga and studied the sister science, Ayurveda.
Alongside her yoga studies, Leah also holds a certificate in culinary & pastry arts from Escoffier School of Culinary Arts, and completed her Birth & Postpartum Doula training with Mama Glow.
Experiencing first hand healing from her studies, Leah is committed to bringing empowerment and confidence in an individual’s ability to self-heal by incorporating individualized techniques and treatment plans to encompass a mind and body connection. Embodying a balanced and holistic lifestyle has allowed Leah to intuitively connect with others to cater to their healing through massage, breath work, yoga, and Ayurveda.