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Top 10 massage therapists in Colorado Springs, CO

Clients agree: these Colorado Springs massage therapists are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
Healthy Balance Massage

Healthy Balance Massage

2 hires on Thervo
13+ years in business
Serves Colorado Springs, CO
Ron H. says, "It was a very relaxing massage. She was awesome. She even showed me how to stretch my legs and knee." Read more


2 hires on Thervo
13+ years in business
Serves Colorado Springs, CO
Bob Y. says, "I must say it was the best massage I have ever had. Jaz has a beautiful soul and very much in tune with life. YES I will be going back." Read more
Harmonizing Wellness Institute

Harmonizing Wellness Institute

Offers online services
15+ years in business
Serves Colorado Springs, CO
--Ariel A. says, ""Nina is very skilled at Lymphatic massage. She provides At Home education after each session and her personality is very welcoming." " Read more
Melt Away Body Works Therapeutic Massage  L.L.C

Melt Away Body Works Therapeutic Massage L.L.C

2 hires on Thervo
18+ years in business
Serves Colorado Springs, CO
Meg A. says, "Highly recommend and definitely going back. Marisol worked on the areas that were troubling me. Most places ask and still do a regular full body treatment. The place was clean and charming. Absolutely fantastic massage. I love the idea of it being tailored to your needs. Thats how every massage should be. The perfect birthday gift to myself. " Read more
Moble Massage Therapy

Moble Massage Therapy

New on Thervo
22+ years in business
Serves Colorado Springs, CO
Yes I live in the Colorado Springs but willing to travel to Denver metro area . I have a massage table and everything I will need to give you the best relaxing time possible. Yes I do evenings that way you get the most out of your massage. This is like having chocolate for me. I love helping people feel better, get better! I give Swedish and deep tissue. Your massage will be an hour and the fee is 120$.

Your Massage Therapy questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thervo.

How much does a massage cost?

Massage therapy costs $50 to $90 per hour on average. A shorter, half-hour session costs $30 to $65, while an extended, 90-minute session ranges from $90 to $175. Prices vary by location, therapist experience, and the type of massage. Prices are typically higher for therapy that requires specialized training, such as prenatal or sports massage, or in-home sessions where the therapist comes to you.

Below are the average rates for common massage types:

  • Full body or Swedish massage costs $50 to $90 per hour.
  • Deep tissue massage costs $80 to $120 per hour.
  • Prenatal massage costs $70 to $120 per hour.
  • Sports massage costs $55 to $130 per hour.
  • Couples massage costs $120 to $220 per hour.
  • Hot stone massage costs $85 to $150 per hour.
  • Chair massage costs $1 per minute.
  • In-home massage therapy costs $100 to $130 per hour.

How much do you tip a massage therapist?

Tipping a massage therapist 15% to 20% is common in most areas. Tipping is not expected at medical offices or hospitals where massage is often covered by insurance. If your therapist works for a spa or non-medical office, a significant portion of your fee goes to the facility, not the therapist. While tipping is not necessarily required, it can make a huge difference in a massage therapist's income.

  • Most therapists prefer cash tips since it's immediate and they don't have to wait for it in their paycheck.
  • If you are using a coupon or gift certificate, tip based on the regular price of the service.
  • Consider tipping more during the holidays if you see the same massage therapist regularly.

What are the different types of massage therapy?

A wide array of massage therapy techniques exists today, from slow soothing strokes of traditional Swedish massage to Ashiatsu massage, where a therapist uses their bare feet as the primary massage tool. Common types of massage therapy include:

  • Swedish massage – Long, slow, kneading strokes with light to deep pressure, focused on relaxing muscle tension
  • Deep-tissue massage – Similar to Swedish, but using deeper pressure to reduce pain by releasing built-up muscle tightness, knots, and trigger points
  • Aromatherapy massage – Swedish relaxation massage incorporating essential oils and specific fragrances aimed at helping your mood
  • Hot stone massage – Swedish-like massage using heated stones, instead of just the therapist's hands, to enhance circulation and reduce pain
  • Shiatsu – Japanese massage technique using fingertip pressure on specific points on the body to improve energy flow, or Qi
  • Sports massage – Deep pressure and targeted techniques to reduce muscle pain and improve mobility of a specific area of the body; not just for athletes
  • Prenatal massage – Light-pressure Swedish massage aimed at relaxing muscle tension and stress during pregnancy

What types of massage are safe during pregnancy?

Swedish massage is the most recommended massage technique during pregnancy because it focuses on relaxing muscle tension and improving circulation using gentle pressure applied to the muscles. 

Prenatal massage can help lower stress, decrease leg and back pain, and improve sleep and mood. However, be sure to clear any type of massage with your doctor first, as massage therapy is a contraindication to some medical conditions.

Avoid these types of massage during all stages of pregnancy:

  • Deep-tissue massage
  • Shiatsu
  • Hot stone massage
  • Deep acupressure
  • Percussive tapping techniques
  • Cross-fiber friction
  • Pressure on the abdomen

Does insurance or Medicare cover massage therapy?

Insurance may cover massage therapy costs if you have a prescription or referral from a medical doctor. Coverage and requirement details vary greatly by insurance carrier and plan. Contact your insurance provider to confirm the details of your policy in relation to massage therapy coverage.

Medicare does not typically cover the cost of massage therapy unless it is determined to be medically necessary to alleviate symptoms—like swelling or impaired joint function—from a medical procedure performed on the same day.

How do I choose the best massage therapy service near me?

When searching for a massage therapy service near you, be sure to:

  • Choose a therapist or company that is licensed, insured, and has been in business 5+ years.
  • Check their credentials and licensure information. Most states have an online database where you can search for a therapist's license and status.
  • If your state does not require a massage therapy license, look for a therapist who has at least 500 hours of training from a reputable massage therapy program.
  • Look for members of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) or the Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals (ABMP).
  • Check out their profile and reviews on Thervo and Google.
  • Ask for references.

What questions should I ask when hiring a massage therapist?

Asking the right questions can help you choose the massage therapy service that best fits your needs:

  • Are you licensed and insured?
  • How long have you been a massage therapist?
  • What training and certifications do you have?
  • Where else have you worked?
  • What types of massage do you specialize in?
  • Do you have experience with my specific problem?
  • Do you offer any add-on services?
  • Do you require a health questionnaire?
  • Do you offer package deals?

Reviews for Colorado Springs massage therapists

Recent success stories from people in the Colorado Springs area.
"Very relaxing massage that also made me focus mentally and allowed me to focus on areas of improvement"
Harmonizing Wellness Institute
Ash F.
Heavenly! Booked an hour deep tissue massage here for my birthday and loved every minute of it. Holy cow. Cynthia, my message therapist, was kind and really listened to my needs. Before our session she asked what kind of pressure I liked, and asked which parts of my body were in the most need of attention. Turns out my shoulders have a lot of tension and inflammation and after adjusting her pressure I felt so soothed and relaxed. After my attentive 60 minutes she checked in to give me tips on how to lessen the tension and to remind me of the importance of good posture, etc... The perfect birthday gift to myself. Very calm and easy booking process. Melt was a cool local place to schedule a massage. I really liked the receptionist and my masseuse was super nice. She asked me a lot of questions and set me at ease. I should have asked for more pressure (I am crazy though and prefer a very strong pressure) and I'm sure she would have obliged. I was mostly in the mood to zone out after a long week though. The vibe is more local cool yoga studio than sleek boutique spa, but that's what I prefer and it's so Brooklyn. ;) highly recommend checking them out!
Melt Away Body Works Therapeutic Massage L.L.C
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