Board of Directors



President – Elisa Jane Noel

Elisa Jane Noel graduated from Southern Illinois University with a Master’s Degree in Kinesiology and Exercise Physiology and received a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education from Weber State University. Through her tenure in physical education, Elisa has developed a thriving sports and wellness based career – including teaching a variety of physical education courses for her alma mater at Southern Illinois, working as a personal trainer, group fitness instructor and conditioning coach for the Women’s Basketball program at Salt Lake Community College.

In 2006 Elisa attended Utah College of Massage Therapy and became a Licensed Massage Therapist. Shortly after, in 2007, Elisa attended the Guild for Structural Integration (GSI) to become a Certified Structural Integration Practitioner. In 2009 Elisa studied again under renowned Emmett Hutchins, earning her Advanced Structural Integration certificate.

While developing a substantive massage therapy and Structural Integration clientele, Elisa has continued in her passion for teaching. In addition to her extensive background in sports and fitness education, Elisa has assisted Basic 10 Series classes, Advanced Training and a wide variety of continuing education workshops. She continues to engage her scientific background in research based writing, the development of continuing education courses, and the creation of cadaver based dissection courses. Elisa looks forward to developing curriculum and incorporating Functional Fitness movement based exercises to support her clients and students at Center For Length. The combination of Elisa’s passion, knowledge and education positions her as a natural and respected leader in the Structural Integration community.


Director – Joe Zeidner

Ronald Joe Zeidner, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications with a minor in Japanese from Brigham Young University. He then received his Juris Doctorate degree from the J. Rueben Clark School of Law at Brigham Young University. Following his education Joe worked as legal counsel for Nu Skin International and then became General Counsel, Corporate Secretary and Chief Legal Officer for 1-800 CONTACTS, Inc.

Joe retired from the practice of law in 2014 and is presently seeking a BFA with an emphasis in Ceramics from the University of Utah. Joe resides in Salt Lake City, Utah, and enjoys being a potter and spends his free time hiking with his wife and dogs.


Treasurer – Weston Horne

Weston Horne grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah and currently lives in Utah. He first got into healing by attending and graduating from the Utah College of Massage Therapy (UCMT). However, UCMT was only the beginning. This was the gateway into which introduced him to Structural Integration--his passion. Since then he has traveled to Boulder, CO to pursue his training in Structural as a practitioner as well as Kauai, HI. He recently has traveled back to Hawaii to achieve his advanced certification in Structural Integration in which he has brought back to SLC.

Weston has had the chance to learn from many different and respected leaders in the natural health field. Including master herbalists, energy healers, advanced structural integration practitioners, doctors, nutritionists and many others. Recently, he has been learning from Lindsey Duncan. He has been traveling to multiple cities in the United States to learn from this world-renowned certified nutritionalist.

Currently Weston owns his own private practice in Sugarhouse where he provides education for health and wellness. He performs Structural Integration, Bio-kinetic Testing, herbal cleansing, and emotion work to his clients. Not only this, but he is also a part-time instructor at UCMT. He whole-heartedly enjoys teaching as well as learning from his students—because there is always more to learn.



Vice President– Jessica Redding

Growing up in Lawrence, Kansas, Jessica Redding had Structural Integration in her life from the very beginning, given that Certified Advanced Rolfer, Larry Redding, is her father. She benefited from Rolfing sessions all through childhood and chose to study Studio Art at Grinnell College in Iowa, receiving her B.A. in 2003. Bodywork then started calling her name and she attended the Montana School of Massage in 2004.

Jessica quickly committed herself to massage full-time and worked in multiple settings in Missoula, Montana, but ultimately she realized she wanted to be providing more effective, longer-lasting work for her clients. She decided to follow in her dad's footsteps and train in Structural Integration. She opened her private practice, Be Well Bodywork, in 2010 and attended the Guild in 2011, studying under Jeff Linn, Emmett Hutchins, and Amber Leigh Burnham. She remains loyal to her teachings and Ida Rolf's 10-series and discontinued massage in 2015 to focus solely on her Structural Integration practice and serving the Missoula community.


 Secretary - Katarra Shaw

Katarra Shaw (she/her/hers) was born and raised in Chico, California and currently serves her community there as a bilingual Rolf Practitioner of Structural Integration, California Licensed Midwife and Board-Certified Lactation Consultant. 

Katarra received her initial 10 Series while attending massage school in 2006 to become a massage therapist and became aware of the importance of Structural Integration work in her experience. It has been an honor for her to train with and now serve on the board for the Guild for Structural Integration. 

Her undergraduate degrees are in vocal performance, audio engineering and Spanish from California State University Chico. Her study of breath and the creation of sound from the human body have contributed to a deeper appreciation of human experience in her Structural Integration practice. 

The themes of community context, connection, and continuity of care as a Structural Integration Practitioner and Homebirth Midwife are central to her work and to the vitality of her practice. 


  School Director – Stacy Jenkins
As the oldest of six and having grown up in a military family where travel, changing schools and being exposed to the differences of both people and places were a constant, it was only fitting that Stacy Jenkins pursued education to continue life-long learning for herself and to educate others. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Education from Western Washington University and taught for 10 years in grades 3 and 4 within public and private 501c(3) non-profit schools while continually serving on Parent Teacher Associations and Board of Directors for a variety of public schools and non-profits.

After having children, Stacy left the formal education setting to focus on her own family, which naturally led to homeschooling her two girls while always staying active and engaged in the field of academics.

She and her husband have recently relocated to Salt Lake City to share their love of the mountains and desert with their girls. The move has allowed their girls to attend one of Salt Lake’s great schools, freeing Stacy to dedicate her time and talents to the Guild. With a sister and friends who practice Dr. Rolf’s Method of Structural Integration, she has received and believes in the work and is excited to help preserve and promote the legacy.