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Meadowbrook Massage Therapy, LLC, Massage Therapist  in Longmont
“I understand the love and commitment that comes with family and I bring my effective and nurturing touch to each session to support you. I love working with each unique individual and using my skills from a variety of massage therapy styles to develop a session that meets your unique needs.
(720) 336-3848
Longmont, Colorado 80501
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
Diana Hellestrae Marshall, Massage Therapist  in Vail
“If your body could talk, what would it say? Your body is always sending you messages. With a co-creative approach to healing, a session with me will help you to decipher what your body is trying to tell you. It is my hope that together we can bring forward the wisdom of your body and soul to bring you guidance and clarity on how to resolve all that is ailing you and bring you back into a life of balance, grace and flow.
(970) 281-4619
Vail, Colorado 81658
Sean Watson, Massage Therapist  in Denver
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Massage Therapist, RMT, CMLDT
“I focus on pain relief, balancing the system, and helping to correct posture for long-term health. My clients are typically active in need of maintenance work, or experiencing symptoms of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Carpal Tunnel, seeking relief from mild edema or lymphedema, or looking for increased flexibility and range of motion, and decrease stress.
(425) 948-1143
Denver, Colorado 80203
Marie Yokota, Massage Therapist  in Wheat Ridge
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Massage Therapist, RMTs, CMTs, AOS
“WHERE YOUR HEALTH BEGINS.. Yokotas Massage offers different techniques in order to obtain your goal in reaching your needs. We listen to your concerns of where it hurts.We customize your session so you will recieve the benefits of a therapeutic massage. We have seen many individuals from various backgrounds of professional athletic abilities to motor vehicle accidents and rehabilitation of the body. Our focus is giving 100% + care to all our clients who meet and see us for optimal healthcare. We are a husband and wife team who are exceptionally talented and passionate about encouraging the body to heal.
(720) 506-4138
Wheat Ridge, Colorado 80033
Total Body Wellness, Massage Therapist  in Denver
“With over 12 years of massage therapy experience, you are in good hands! I work well treating my clients individual problems and needs. Before each session, I take the time to find out how your feeling and what your body is telling you. From there I tailor each massage to fit what your body needs for that day. I listen to my hands and what your body is telling them you need. I work great with people who are in chronic pain, all stages of pregnancy, lymphatic disorders, injury acute and prevention, all ages, and genders.
(720) 606-4563
Denver, Colorado 80204
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
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
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
TLC Medical Massage, Massage Therapist  in Fort Collins
“Pain got you down? Or do you just need to relax, de-stress and re-energize for the coming week? In addition to my full range of massage services, I also offer classes for parents, grandparents and caretakers as well as for massage professionals wishing to continue their education.
(970) 399-1538
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
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.
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
Joshua Loren McGirk, Massage Therapist  in Denver
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Massage Therapist, NCTMB, E-RYT, BS, ACE
“I work primarily with chronic pain management and secondarily with stress relief modalities. I believe the client and therapist need to work together through communication and trust to ensure the best and most effective long term recovery. I also believe the treatment doesn't end when the client walks out the door, which is why I normally recommend stretches, exercises and additional relaxation techniques after the massage. I am best suited to treat acute and chronic muscle pain, minor joint injuries and overall stress and tension.
(720) 506-4149
Denver, Colorado 80218
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
Dembek Massage, Massage Therapist  in Fort Collins
“I primarily work with clients who have chronic neck, shoulder, and low back pain. Do you sit at a computer desk all day, have a long commute to work, or have a very physical job? Using Deep Tissue Massage combined with Neuromuscular Trigger Point work, Cupping Massage, and Myofascial Release techniques I can help get you on your way to better health and out of pain.
(970) 884-3761
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Emerald Mountain Massage Therapy, Massage Therapist  in Colorado Springs
“A great massage is not a "one size fits all". Each individual is unique and the massage you receive will be specific to your needs. You set the pressure, from deep tissue to light touch.
(719) 694-0632
Living Arts Wellness, Massage Therapist  in Fort Collins
“I offer therapeutic massage in a relaxed and serene environment. My center also offers Traditional Chinese Medicine, colonics, and nutrition education.
(970) 284-3064
Fort Collins, Colorado 80521
Lisa Parker Massage Therapy, Massage Therapist  in Thornton
“At Lisa Parker Massage Therapy we are very interested in client wellness. Each individual has their own needs and we strive to meet those needs. Whether you are wanting specific deep tissue, reflexology, pre-natal, or just a relaxing Swedish massage we can help you.
(720) 515-8983
Thornton, Colorado 80241
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
“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

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.