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Nick Kidawski, Massage Therapist  in Loveland
“Are you feeling stressed, anxious, in pain or exhausted? My clients often come to me with these issues. They love the fact that my bodywork is gentle, they stay completely clothed and the results last much longer then a traditional or deep tissue massage.
“Barbara Jones began working as a massage therapist upon acquiring her LMT (licensed massage therapist) status in 2012. As an AMTA member (American Massage Therapy Association), she practices intuitive, massage therapy care specializing in deep tissue, myofacial release, and trigger point therapy.
(719) 639-2952
Jackie Burson, Massage Therapist  in Denver
“Have you tried everything and still have pain? I specialize in neck and low back pain and their related symptoms such as jaw pain, headaches, frozen shoulder, hip and sciatic pain. Most people have relief after 4 sessions using the Bowen Technique. Please check out the website listed for more information on the Bowen Technique. This is very safe for issues during pregnancy and children.I teach classes to professionals, as well as people who would like to help themselves and or family members with pain and stress. I am able to bill workers compensation insurance. See cottonwoodclinic.org for information on Bowen Therapy information .
(303) 720-6998
Denver, Colorado 80212
Denise Stoner, Massage Therapist  in Evergreen
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Massage Therapist, BS, RN, LMT
“I believe that bodywork can truly make a difference in how you experience your body, and how your body can live your life. My treatments begin with a combination of gentle skeletal rocking and soft joint jiggling that lengthen the body and warm the soft tissue. Once the muscular system is opened this way, the gentle deep tissue massage can be done with soft weighted touch rather than force. Tension yields and breath deepens. The treatment is completed by soothing the nervous system with CranioSacral work. All systems are touched, the whole body experience is transformed.
(303) 625-6927
Evergreen, Colorado 80439
Massage from the Heart LLC, Massage Therapist  in Longmont
“As a Massage Therapist my goal is to provide each of my clients with an individual and customized therapeutic session based on your request and specific health concerns. My work is designed to reduce pain, ease tension, reduce and manage stress, improve mobility in the body, as well as providing benefits that promote relaxation and a restorative sense of connection to our physical, mental and emotional well being.
(303) 835-9592
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Colorado Healthy Body, Massage Therapist  in Centennial
“I enjoy combining my knowledge with your talents and making each session cater to your specific needs. Whether you are looking for relaxation, pain management, injury recovery/prevention, or stress management, I enjoy working with you and helping you reach your individual goals. Each massage session is your time; focused around you and your needs.
(303) 569-6305
Centennial, Colorado 80121
Massage Project/ Tracey Wells, Massage Therapist  in Aurora
“Integrative, professional therapeutic massage personalized to your needs. Discover the positive effects of regular massage therapy Reduced soreness Improved circulation Improved sleep Less fatigue Reduced and or lessened injury/ faster recovery rate Improved Immune System
(720) 263-4204
Aurora, Colorado 80013
Embody Massage and Wellness Solutions, Massage Therapist  in Greenwood Village
“Are you experiencing body pain, stress or chronic pain issues? Perhaps you are aware of stored trauma issues brought on by a traumatic life event or long-term stress...I offer solution focused Therapeutic Massage Therapy and Trauma Touch Therapy.
(303) 732-6243
Jenny Nickerson, Massage Therapist  in Lakewood
“I am dedicated to healing through therapeutic massage by providing nurturing and empathetic care to the best of my ability in order to meet each person's needs. I specialize in medical massage focusing on pain management using neuromuscular techniques, trigger point massage, deep tissue massage, manual lymphatic drainage, reflexology, Swedish massage, positional release, sports massage and both active and passive range of motion. My clients' ages span from active teens to adults to seniors. The opportunity to help one feel better, whether by decreasing pain or stress, is a gift for which I am grateful.
(720) 924-7213
Lakewood, Colorado 80226
Sarah Tolve, Massage Therapist  in Boulder
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Massage Therapist, LMT, RYT, CPT
“In my 12 years of experience with bodywork and massage, I feel I have learned one of the most important lessons; compassion for peoples pain. I understand that when someone comes to get a massage they are wanting to "feel better". They may want to decrease physical pain, de-stress mentally or emotionally, they might have low or stuck energy, or simply may need to relax. My different massage techniques have improved all of these ailments over the years with great success. With breath-work, stretching, passive range of motion and promoting stability, I have profoundly affected peoples wellness.
(720) 548-2126
Boulder, Colorado 80305
Cheryl Lynn Eastburn, Massage Therapist  in Castle Rock
“Massage cannot cure serious or life-threatening medical disorders - but it is a welcome relief from the symptoms of anxiety, tension, depression, insomia, and stress, as well as back pain, headache, muscle pain and some forms of chronic pain. It's also frequently recommended for the treatment of minor sports injuries and repetitive stress injuries. My main goal with every client is to support them whether they are seeking relaxation or relief from a specific injury. My primary practice is located off I-25 near Sky Ridge Medical Center. By appointment only.
(970) 281-5975
Castle Rock, Colorado 80108
Heavenly Hands-A Healing Touch From Above, Massage Therapist  in Colorado Springs
“Most people don't realize what everyday stress does to your body. Physical and emotional stress can manifest as sore muscles, headaches, migraines, shoulder pain and low back pain. Did you have a car accident or do you work on the computer for hours? Allow me to restore your tired aching muscles? Allow me to release the stress in your life, so you can sleep through the night and make it through your day pain free! I will focus on your individual needs. This your time to be relieved of stress! Contact me and let me help you feel rejuvenated!
(719) 208-4693
Donna DiStefano Gardner, Massage Therapist  in Parker
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Massage Therapist, CMT, RMT, CLDMT, HT
“Your personal health and well being are influenced and affected by stresses and conditions of your environment. The art and work of massage therapy balances your autonomic nervous system to assist you in achieving homeostasis - a more perfectly working body. Visit me to experience how massage can uplift your spirit and calm your body. Lymphatic drainage massage assists the body in enhancing its immune function and removing toxins. It is especially helpful pre or post surgery and to reduce inflamation. This is a gentle technique that is relaxing and effective. Polarity balances meridans and assists in achieving balance and clarity. See for yourself!
(303) 900-7066
Parker, Colorado 80138
Deborah T Singer, Massage Therapist  in Denver
“What I do best is work with each of my clients as the individual that they are! There is absolutely no such thing as a generic massage or a one size fits all experience when it comes to my work! My deepest and most sincere desire is to help my clients "feel" the difference when they get off my massage table!
(303) 910-7574
Denver, Colorado 80231
Sue Shusterman, Massage Therapist  in Denver
“I have been practicing massage therapy, cranial sacral therapy, and reiki for over 15 years. I believe combining deep tissue, neuromuscular, Swedish massage and aroma therapy, achieves the greatest results. My personal philosophy is, massage does not need to be painful to be highly effective and therapeutic. Pressure is determined by your need and comfort without losing the important element of relaxation. I implement reiki and heat therapy to facilitate the release of tight muscles and to further enhance relaxation. I incorporate cranial sacral therapy into treatments for clients who need relief from migraine headaches, TMJ, sinus problems, and stress.
(303) 857-5279
Denver, Colorado 80209
Laurie A Forsberg, Massage Therapist  in Littleton
Massage Therapist, PMT, CMT, Reflex
“I strive to maintain both a personal & professional relationship with my clientele. I try very hard to listen to each individual persons needs. Every person has their own preference of massage & relaxation. I have practiced several modalities of massage & reflexology for 15 years. I enjoy my profession immensly. Helping people, both emotionally & physically is my specialty.
(720) 358-2437
Littleton, Colorado 80123
K&L Massage Therapy, Massage Therapist  in Edwards
“Kathy Kosierowski and Laura Silverstein are both certified and licensed massage therapists with a combined 47 years of experience. We provide exceptional therapeutic massages custom tailored to your needs. We pride ourselves on maintaining the highest level of ethical standards, professionalism, and education. Our services include both in-office and housecall massages, both of which are affordably priced.
(970) 459-1967
Edwards, Colorado 81632
Suzanne Russell, Massage Therapist  in Longmont
“As a massage therapist my intention is to awaken the internal medicine that often lies dormant in us all and empower my clients to play an active roll in their physical, mental and spiritual well-being. I offer a massage that is grounded in the idea that we have everything we will ever need to be healthy. We need only to become more educated about our body, mind and spirit.
(303) 622-3709
Longmont, Colorado 80501
MJ Donaldson, Massage Therapist  in Parker
“"As a seasoned athlete and professional dancer, I understand what it takes to stay at peak performance. I founded this company to help others achieve their athletic goals. Whether you are the weekend warrior, a professional athlete or somewhere in between, sports massage has been shown to reduce injury, relieve muscle fatigue, increase flexibility and improve the flow of oxygen throughout the body. So relax for a moment, let your muscles breathe, while I utilize my knowledge of sports massage and myofascial release to get you back up and running." -MJ Donaldson
(720) 943-8185
Parker, Colorado 80134
Bonnie C Kueffner, Massage Therapist  in Longmont
“Massage Therapy can benefit you on many levels and at many different times in your life. You may need soft tissue work to deal with a specific injury from a car accident, athletic event or overuse. Life stresses can also cause muscle tension and a depletion of spirit. Massage Therapy can help during this time to relax the muscles and rejuvenate your spirit. Neuromuscular therapy, Swedish massage, energy work, MLD, hot rocks and essential oils are some of the techniques that I can use to best meet your needs during a massage therapy session.
(720) 924-4122
Longmont, Colorado 80501

Who can practice massage in Colorado (CO)?
Most states have licensing requirements that must be met before a practitioner (a 'masseuse' or 'masseur') can use the title 'Massage Therapist', and some states require a license to practice any form of massage. Licensed Massage Therapists in Colorado (CO) have obtained the highest level of authentication. They must complete academic coursework in anatomy and physiology, as well as on the application of massage and bodywork, business and ethics, and specialized massage techniques. The Colorado (CO) LMT must then pass a certification exam.
What are the benefits of Colorado (CO) massage?
Clients use massage in Colorado (CO) because it relieves pain from muscle aches and sprains, muscle injuries and other causes of pain. It reduces stress and helps clients relax, and can decrease feelings of anxiety and depression by stimulating the release of endorphins and serotonin. Massage therapy in Colorado (CO) can help prevent fibrosis or scar tissue, increase the flow of lymph, and improve sleep. Colorado (CO) massage therapy can help rehabilitate sports injuries.
How does massage work?
Massage involves working and acting on the body using pressure from the hands, fingers, elbows, knees, forearm, or feet of the massage therapist. The Colorado (CO) massage therapist focuses on muscles, tendons, ligaments, myofacia, skin, joints, or other connective tissue, as well as lymphatic vessels, or organs of the gastrointestinal system.