Springs Best Massage

Springs Best Massage


About this pro

I have been practicing for 35 years now. What I can get accomplished in 60 minutes takes some therapists several sessions. I go one layer at a time and work within you pain tollerance. You will achieve a deep relaxation by the time the session is done and will have lasting results. Many people have avoided surgery by seeing me first. I know it can be expensive finding a great therapist and education does not always mean the therapist is good at what they do. I am confident you will get your money's worth and will enjoy your treatment.

Massage came naturally to me, even as a young girl.  I love finding "issues in the tissues" and working them out. The greatness inside each human being excites me as well and I love meeting each one of you. Massage for me is like digging for gold or hidden treasure. When I find a spot needing attention, I just can't wait to feel it melt away as I work on it.

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Colorado Springs, CO 80918
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What is your typical process for working with a new client?

Intake form and interview to find what treatment would be best, use the restroom and get started.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I have over 1,500 hours of training in several modalities, such as, Swedish, Sports, Deep Tissue Massage, Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT), Myofascial Release (MFR), Pregnancy Massage and On-Site Massage. I am skilled at pulling out aspects from each of these modalities to bring freedom to congested, tight, sore, achy and hurting tissues. 

Do you have a standard pricing system? If so, please share the details here.

I have many differnt types and lengths of massage and they are listed on my website. there are too many to list here.

How did you get started?

I started naturally as a child. My mother's best friend, who did massage and was a Registered Nurse, took notice and asked if I could fill in for her office partner while on vacation. She mentor trained me and I had great feedback from the clients I worked on. (Keep in mind, way back then each city had their own licensing laws and was not regulated by DORA) Many of my neighbors began having me work on them and eventually I went to massage school at The Boulder College Of Massage, which was ranked in the top two massage schools in the nation at the time.

What types of customers have you worked with?

Professional: Athletes, Musicians, Pregnant Mothers, Military, Housewives, Business People, Dentists, Chiropractors, DO's, etc.  After this many years, I think I have seen all kinds of people.

What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a professional in your area of expertise?

Please look for the therapist that is coachable and has gotten results.  Education is not always a clear indicatr of skill. Even experience can't be a clear indicator. A therapist can do substandard work over and over again. Reviews and testimonials can give insite if the therapist can acheive results. I think that a therapist who loves what they do would do it weather they get paid or not. A therapist is definately worth their hire, but if money is what they want, they may not strive to do great work.

What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their needs?

Why do you have this "problem"?

How did it come on?

When did it start bothering you?

What makes it feel worse?

What makes it feel better?

If you have aggrivated muscles, muscle tightness, burning in the muscles, restriction or lack of range of motion:

What have you done to help it?

What could you be doing at work or home to cause it?

What is your diet like?

What is your water intake like?

How many caffinated drinks do you have a day?

What is your exercise routine like?

Do you do anything repettative that may have set tension in?