Kristoff Saurette grew up in Canada and Idaho and now calls Montana home. He is a second-year student of Physical Therapy at the University of Montana and has been a massage therapist and Structural Integration Practitioner for seven years. He attended the NW Noetic School of Massage in Spokane, WA and received his Structural Integration training under Kevin Lucas, becoming board certified with the IASI in 2009. For four years Kristoff worked at Kevin’s Spokane clinic, Structural Innovations, seeing patients with a wide range of pain and dysfunction. He has worked with patients with migraines, rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis, dystonia, fibromyalgia, shin splints, plantar fasciitis, sciatica and all types of back and neck pain. He has also worked with the athletes from Gonzaga, Whitworth and Eastern Washington Universities.
When not working or studying, Kristoff enjoys practicing his instruments, the piano and the organ, hiking in Glacier (or anywhere with a view), and discovering new whiskey. He also sings Gregorian chant and ancient polyphony, and has cured himself of cancer.