Owner: Shannon Hendricks, LCMT and Reiki Master, graduated from Heritage Collage of Denver in 2008. Two weeks into school she was hired as a massage therapist due to her passion for the craft. She worked in chiropractic and acupuncture clinics, which emphasized Chinese Medicine. She then opened her own business, straight out of College, and won a Living Social “Best of the Best” award shortly thereafter. Shannon has established a large client base that come from all over Colorado and other States to see her regularly. She is an intuitive healer that can get to the root of problems, both psychically and emotionally. Shannon specializes in Deep Tissue, Sports Massage and Injury work, but also has many other modalities such as Trigger Point Therapy, Neuromuscular Therapy, Reflexology, Myofascial Release, Hot Stone, Prenatal, Fire Cupping, Rain Drop Therapy, Ancient Ear Candling and more. She integrates these skills to cater to her client’s specific needs. She is a “healer” and has been known to fix injuries that have been present for 20 or more years and can make it look easy!

This mother of six loves her job and finds it very rewarding. She has a genuine concern for her clients and a big heart. She feels very lucky to have a job where she can care about people on a deeper level. She feels very blessed and would like to share that with everyone. She believes that she is doing what she supposed to be doing in life.

Shannon has had a number of articles published about her and Hands on Fire Massage.  Please see our articles page at http://hands-on-fire.com/articles/


Therapist: Beth Williamson, CMT, RYT, was drawn to Colorado from North Carolina in 2011 to follow her passion for holistic healing. She has been a licensed massage therapist since 2006 and has enjoyed teaching therapeutic yoga since 2010. Beth tailors her style of massage for each client, offering a combination of blended techniques. She is trained Thai-yoga, Sports Massage, Hot Stones, Singing Bowls, Aromatherapy, Reflexology and Prenatal Massage. She also adds Yoga poses and stretching to her massage when needed or desired.  Beth’s thorough understanding of the mind-body connection, her sharp and attentive mind, and her experience in these techniques enhances her manual therapy.  Beth’s massage is both relaxing and effective, which was featured in 5280 magazine while at her previous employer.  Beth is the perfect therapist to help one unwind after a long week!

Beth unwinds by connecting with nature, loving animals, learning plant medicine, crafting art, preparing meals, meeting fellow travelers, and dancing at concerts.


Therapist: Will Lebzelter, LMT, is a licensed massage therapist dedicated to nurturing healing and promoting well-being. Will enjoys tailoring massage to clients’ individual needs, incorporating deep tissue, assisted stretching, trigger point therapy, and myofascial release to achieve desired results. He will also provide a flowing and relaxing Swedish massage for those desiring this experience.

“I’m a huge proponent of massage, not just as a practitioner, but from the many transformative experiences I’ve had as a recipient both physically and emotionally,” Will says. “Some of the best massages I’ve received have brought me in touch with fond memories of people and places that I hadn’t thought of in years.”

A 2002 graduate of the Baltimore of Massage, Will has established a loyal clientele on the East Coast and Midwest. He considers the Foothills his forever home and looks forward to serving clients in Colorado with all he has learned and by training in effective techniques.