Our Team

About Our Team


Landon Wiedenman, CMT/Director

Landon studied massage therapy in San Diego, California, at Body Mind College, the International Professional School of Bodywork, and the School of Healing Arts. He also taught classes on professional development, as well as body mechanics and technique. Landon has held positions at all levels of business, beginning as a press operator and graphic designer in his native Montana. He has supervised the design of professional websites, including e-commerce.  Landon has seven years of clinical experience as a massage therapist, and has given more than 7,000 hours of professional treatment in total. He served as Lead Therapist at the Four Seasons Jackson Hole when it was rated “#1 Spa in North America” by Condé Nast.

Lisa Chong

Lisa received a BA in English from Stanford University and two post-graduate degrees from Yale School of Music. She was awarded a fellowship to the Aspen School of Music in Aspen, Colorado, which she attended for seven years, as well as attending the selective Taos School of Music in Taos, New Mexico. As a professional musician, she has been a full-time member of the Saint Louis Symphony for twelve seasons, as well as playing several seasons with the Grand Teton Music Festival Orchestra in Jackson, Wyoming, and the Sun Valley Summer Symphony in Sun Valley, Idaho.


Alon Wiedenman

Alon holds a BS in Business Administration from the University of Redlands and has held management positions for such companies as Experian, AT&T, Scripps Health and others. He is currently also serving as Global Imaging Manager for Experian, deploying and supporting custom integration of an image and workflow management system. He has received the CIO award for excellence in global deployment, and successfully leveraged and distributed architecture–allowing for business continuity–during the aftermath of the Chilean earthquake disaster. Alon has been interested in software programming and development since he was a young computer savant; his skills and experience are instrumental in his role with the Profile Project.