Shari Aldrich, LMP
School Owner/Director; Instructor of Injury Treatment Classes, Business, Ethics and Marketing; Mentor
Shari is the school owner and director. She is a graduate of the Bodymechanics School program in 2006 and became an instructor 4 months after graduation. In July, 2010, Shari became the school owner. She teaches advanced massage techniques, injury treatment modalities, as well as business, ethics and marketing classes. Shari has created many technique and marketing classes – all designed to help students and professionals experience career satisfaction. Additional areas of study include nutrition, fitness and strength coach, and personal training. She has completed advanced coursework in neurosomatic studies.
Shari suffered a traumatic finger amputation in 2013 which has helped change the
direction for Bodymechanics School of Myotherapy & Massage from a local massage school in Olympia WA, to adding the personal training programs and the expansion to the Vancouver WA market.
Writing the 2020 vision for the school has launched 2 new business concepts for Bodymechanics and the next big major shift in our education is taking place with the addition of the Network of Businesses and the Bodymechanics Training Center. An emphasis on student success while in school will lead to successful graduates who enjoy full practices.
Suzanne Reynolds, LMT
Katie Fitch, LMP
Chad Knowlden, LMP
Chad Knowlden, LMP has been a massage therapist since 2006. His accidental enrollment in massage school (he was looking for a photography school) led him to finding his passion for massage. After graduation, Chad began teaching massage theory and practice. He teaches Thai massage continuing education classes as well. For Bodymechanics, Chad is currently teaching Massage Theory & Practice and APP.
Chad enjoys teaching and he loves the connections he makes with students in his classroom.