Justin Kobbe Solace
Justin Kobbe Solace is passionate about helping people get out of chronic pain and lead a full and healthy life. This passion drives him to find the most effective treatment possible for his clients even if this means referring to another healthcare provider. His knowledge is complimented by his ability to coach his clients through obstacles that are holding them back from success. His work is also utilized by athletes of all sports ranging from casual to NCAA to Olympians aiming to achieve higher levels of performance.
Justin holds a masters of Kinesiology, BA in Psychology, is a Board Certified Massage Therapist, Corrective Exercise Specialist, Orthopedic Massage therapist, certified in Myoskeletal Alignment. Justin has been involved with manual healthcare since 2007 combining manual therapy, strength training, stability exercise, structural integration and education to achieve long lasting results with his clients.
In addition to his rehab work Justin teaches locally as well as across the country with some of the industry’s leading educators. These experiences allow him to continually deepen and refine his work through the interaction with a wide variety of therapists from all around the world.
Tammey Melissa Carter
While getting my A.A.S. in Massage Therapy from Broadview University I studied under Hybrid Health owner and therapist Justin Solace. He taught me the significance of understanding the human body’s full anatomy and physiology. I have been studying with Justin since 2013 and am proud to join his practice and to continue learning from him.
I have worked with a variety of clients including Idaho Steelhead hockey players, runners, tennis players, cyclists, Spartan race competitors, those healing from surgery, weekend warriors, and spa members.
I believe in Hybrid Health’s mission to decrease pain while increasing performance. I look forward to working with you.
Caitlin grew up in Idaho and danced professionally with Idaho Dance Theatre for nearly 10 years. Having worked with athletes as a profession, in retail, in physical therapy, in chiropractic, and in friendships, she has been exposed to a colorful array of injuries. This exposure has led to an understanding of manual therapies, nutrition, and exercises to help treat minor aches and pains to major injuries. She attended massage school in Hawai’i at Kapi’olani Community College and gained experience working on a wide arrange of clientele. Her clients ranged from surfers, musicians, MMA fighters, golfers, runners, dancers, moms, patients post surgery, workman’s comp cases, auto-injury, and more. Having seen a plethora of issues in pain across many disciplines, Caitlin is passionate about tailoring her work to her clients’ needs. She is a firm believer in body work and specifically in working with a team of healers that keep you performing at your optimal health.
Emily has been involved in athletics since she started playing soccer at age 5. While in college, she was a competitive middle distance runner for the University of Oregon and after college she coached track and cross country at Lane Community College in Eugene, OR. Due to her lifelong involvement in athletics, she experienced multiple injuries and learned the importance of caring for one’s body in order to lead a healthy, active lifestyle.
Emily holds a BA in Spanish, a MA in Linguistics, is a PhD candidate in Education Studies and a recent graduate of the Idaho School of Massage Therapy where she studied under Hybrid Health’s Justin Kobbe Solace. By utilizing her background in athletics, coaching and education, Emily works to provide the finest care and healing environment to treat and prevent injuries, maintain and increase performance, promote recovery, and to educate clients about the musculoskeletal system and self-care techniques, empowering them to take their health into their own hands.
Emily provides customized massage treatments in order to maximize clients’ lifestyles by decreasing pain, promoting relaxation and helping to increase range of motion, flexibility, function and focus, so clients can remain active and pain free. Her overall goal is to provide manual therapy that centers the body/mind connection, while also working to correct misalignment in the body and helping the client move to a state of wellness.