Helping people find answers to feeling healthier and more comfortable in their own body is always my top priority. If I don't have the answers, I will help my clients find them through my own research and skill set, or thoughtfully referring out to another trustworthy professional. My clients get their full time on the massage table. A 60 minute massage is actually a 60 minute massage - as long as clients show up prior to start time allowing us to update their condition/needs, and allow time for disrobing.
I offer orthopedic/medical massage, lymphatic drainage, sports massage, as well as, body work focused Somatic Experiencing for healthier body and mind connection.
I enjoy working with athletes, and every day people alike. Injury and surgery recovery is like a puzzle to me. It is individual to each person's story. Finding what pieces we need to help realign them to their fullest potential is a fun challenge to me. I find working one on one with people in a mind, body, spirit healing capacity to be incredibly rewarding.
She was very thorough, listened to my needs and exceeded them. Absolutely recommend, whether you are an athlete or not.
Amazing massage therapist. Really focuses on area of need.I highly recommend.
*2013 Associates of Occupational Studies with a focus on orthopedic, medical and sports massage, with 1200+ hours of hands on training through Boulder College of Massage.
* 2013 Manual Lymphatic Drainage Therapist through Klose Training.
* 2018 Somatic Experiencing Practitioner through the Somatic Experiencing Trauma Institute.
* 2020 Certified in Rock Tape Kinesio Taping
Related previous experience as a Certified Nurses Aide, and presently working on a degree in Psychology Sciences & Biochemistry.
$40 for 30 minutes
$90 for 60 minutes
$120 for 90 minutes
$150 for 120 minutes
I'm a crazy horse girl that grew up competing in dressage and jumping. I've been receiving massage myself since I was 13 due to the physical demands of helping train and care for several horses 24/7 into my twenties. I realized how necessary massage is for athletes and thought it was a great segway into the medical field while I work on my degree. While I no longer compete, I still own two horses and ride for fun. Silly fact: I'm also trained in Equine Massage through Equissage California and used to work on pro cutting horses here in Colorado.
Ironmen & Iron women
Youth & Adult Hockey Players
Youth & Adult Dancers (ballet, ballroom, etc)
Military Active Duty & Veterans
Paramedics & EMTs
I recently received Kinesio Tape training in my home town near Seattle, with Rock Tape. I cannot say enough good about Rock Tape and their educational programs. Definitely a trip well worth it, not to mention I got the side bonus of visiting friends in the evenings. :-)
Be your own advocate on everything concerning your health. Meaning, look things up, and ask questions, no matter how silly you might be afraid they sound. Look for someone who is willing to completely listen to you, give you options and ask for your input in your treatment. Avoid practitioners that tell you "how it is" without fully hearing you out. Avoid practitioners that don't ask for injury/health history, and be sure to give all of the details of your health history, no matter how seemingly mundane. Sometimes a medication, or previous treatment can be contraindication for massage. A good therapist would need/want to know for your safety and best interest.
Refreshing yourself on your health history so you can give detailed information to your massage therapist, as well as any other therapists or medical practitioners. It helps all of us know where you are at in your health or healing processes so your care team is on the same page. If you are receiving massage post surgery, or major medical/health event, please always check with your doctor before proceeding with any form of massage.