- Dan Larsen
- Jess Altmayer
- Sophia Elden
- Nic Krause
- Matt Sanders
- Jackson Smith
Cranio Sacral Therapy:
Intuitive Counseling & Energy Work:
The Oly Float Team
Specialty Areas: Floatation Therapy
Everyone you meet at Oly Float is an experienced floater and can address any questions you have about floatation therapy and sensory reduction & relief. Oly Float is owned by Dan Larsen and Mandy Zabohne, and Kristin and Mike Redman. As owner-operators of Oly Float and The Soul Space, they are among the world’s leading pioneers in floatation therapy, with experience in custom-designing premier float tank experiences that transcend the pre-built commercial tanks at many other floatation therapy centers. Along with the owner-operator team, you will also meet our experienced float guides, Jess, Sophia, Nic, Maple and Hailey Maria, as well as our amazing team of float ambassadors who help out at The Soul Space.
Whoever you talk with at Oly Float, we’ll help you identify the best approach to floating specific to your personal needs, whether it’s for injury management, sports performance enhancement, meditation and mind training, recovery from trauma, or just simple relaxation and escape from daily stress for an hour or two.
Specialty Areas: Cranio Sacral Therapy, Massage Therapy, Body Code, Reiki, Intuitive Counseling
All her life, Mandy has sought to make the world a better place, and although she still loves to protest, her passion is in the heart-to-heart support of people to become the best and happiest versions of themselves.
Mandy came to Olympia in 1998 to attend the The Evergreen State College, where she graduated with a degree in political economy, environmental science, and art, while also working with Latin American solidarity campaigns and teaching as a volunteer in the state prison at Shelton. She has been highly influenced by the Anti-Oppression curriculum of Dr. Leticia Nieto, which places our personal, emotional struggles in the context of our place and privileges in society. Her commitment to social and ecological justice is a huge motivation to help individuals clear physical and emotional obstacles that prevent us from living as we know we’d like to live.
She discovered her love of healing arts while searching for a deeper level of that transformation. She graduated from Brenneke School of Massage in 2008, and soon after enrolled in the most in-depth cranio-sacral therapy program available in Washington, taught by acupuncturist Ursula Popp. The skills of cranial work combine beautifully with the energetic healing techniques of her mentor, Jennifer Nevy, including Body Code, Emotion Code, Natural Force Healing, Reiki, and Hands of Light. Both of these programs include a foundation of Five Elements Chinese Medicine, which seeks to understand the body and psyche as a natural system that heals through balancing itself. She has also continued her education though Aromatherapy, Sound Healing, and Herbal Medicine. (She loves to study and she loves to share what she learns.) She uses Applied Kinesiology both as a tool in these healing techniques, and to discover which techniques are most helpful for each custom session. Everything she offers can be used for the treatment of acute or chronic injuries, complementary care, and relaxation, or personal growth, prevention, and wellness.
Mandy provides coverage for PIP claims (auto accidents), but otherwise does not accept insurance claims.
Specialty Areas: Energy Work & Intuitive Counseling, Personal Coaching, Applied Kinesiology, Floatation Therapy
In addition to being one of our experienced float guides who will greet you at the reception desk here at The Soul Space, Dan is also a counselor and energy worker with Intuitive Being. Dan and Intuitive Being offer a range of wellness and counseling services designed to free you of your emotional baggage and physical challenges and return you to your pure self. He uses applied kinesiology as a primary diagnostic tool to get to an incredibly detailed view of the deep roots of clients’ imbalances, whether they be at the level of the conscious mind, subconscious mind or buried deeper somewhere in the energy body. He employs a variety of healing modalities to perform clearings for those imbalances, including sound healing, electromagnetic stimulation, reiki and hands-on healing, qigong, light therapy, and more.
Dan’s journey to the healing arts was an unconventional one. He spent 15 years working primarily in Fortune 500 healthcare companies, where he learned the good and the bad of the “corporate” side of healthcare. He always wanted to have a more direct role in helping people with their health and healing and set about doing just that. In 2011, he left the Fortune 500 world behind and set out on a new path to be of direct service to others. He formed Intuitive Being with his partner, Mandy Zabohne, as a collaborative practice that integrates Applied Kinesiology as a central tool for helping clients better access and manage their physical, mental and emotional selves.
Specialty Areas: Massage Therapy
Jaclyn graduated in October 2010 from the Finger Lakes School of Massage in Mt.Kisco, NY. After obtaining her New York massage license, she moved to Colorado where she became a professional member of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA), received her National Board Certification from the NCBTMB and CO state licensure in April 2011. Jaclyn has worked in a variety of settings including a high end day spa, a resort, private chiropractic office, and a physical therapy practice. In the summer of 2016 Jaclyn’s husband received orders from the U.S Army that would relocate them to the state of Washington where she acquired a WA state license.
Her passion for helping people with their pain and injuries peaked after years of her own severe back pain and major knee surgery. Massage was an immense part of the therapy she received during her recovery; therefore, knows how great it feels to be relieved of pain and discomfort. A firm believer in the inseparable connection between body/mind, Jaclyn is an advocate of massage for relieving physical as well as emotional stress, and strongly believes in massage as a viable modality for enhancing overall health and well-being. She understands that every person has unique challenges and preferences, and prides herself in being able to hone into the needs of each individual. She continues her education and learning so she can provide the best results for what the body needs in the moment.
Jaclyn is experienced in several modalities of massage, including: Swedish, deep tissue, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, prenatal, neuromuscular, injury treatment, and reflexology.
Specialty Areas: Massage Therapy
Katie began her journey as a massage practitioner in 2009, after graduating from Body Mechanics School of Myotherapy and Massage. She has extensive training working with patients who have experienced automobile accidents, injuries, emotional and physical trauma, and PTSD. It brings her so much joy to offer a space of healing not only on a physical level, but emotionally, and spiritually as well.
Katie’s massage style is very intuitive, and centered around getting to the root of an issue. While she often incorporates deep tissue, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, acupressure, and stretching into every session, she also specializes in cupping and hot stone massage. Her main goal is to help you live a more pain free, relaxed, and joyful life.
When Katie is not working as a massage practitioner, she is with her magical toddler exploring the woods for wild herbs, berries, and mushrooms, creating herbal medicine, or working on her homestead.