Massage Therapy Denver

Massage Therapy Denver

Wellness through touch

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Welcome to massage therapy Denver!

Finding a massage therapist in Denver is easy! Finding the "right" massage therapist for your unique needs can be more of a challenge. This website serves as a link between massage seekers and massage therapy professionals located in Denver, Colorado.



Welcome to Denver Massage Therapy

Find the best massage therapists in Denver Colorado! Massage therapy can incredibly therapeutic and life transforming for many people. Discover the potential benefits of massage by some of the most talented hands in the industry


Understanding what a clients unique needs are is essential to receiving the right body work. Know your Denver massage therapists! Get referrals, ask questions, be proactive about health and wellness!

 


Swedish:
This is a type of massage used to relax the body. We do this by rubbing the muscles with light, long gliding strokes. Swedish massage also helps improve circulation and decrease toxins in the muscles and increase flexibility.

Deep tissue:
This is a type of massage similar to Swedish massage where we go deeper in to the muscles increasing the effects of Swedish massage.


Trigger Point:
Trigger point therapy is a highly effective technique used to alleviate chronic pain and dysfunction in the muscles. Trigger pointes are knots in the muscle that are full of toxins causing pain and dysfunction. To completely remove trigger points in the muscles usually takes about 6 sessions or more, but the relief you will feel after words is worth it!

Hot Stone:
Hot stone massage melts away tension, eases muscle stiffness and increases circulation and metabolism using heat. It is very relaxing and beneficial massage. It dramatically improve circulation and decrease toxins in the muscles and increase flexibility.

Reflexology:
This type of massage is more than just a foot or hand massage! It manipulates the reflex areas in the feet and hands that correspond to specific body parts and organs. How can this be, you ask? In order to understand how this all works you have to be able to understand the energy pathways in the body. Think of it as wires in your body that go to specific areas. Only instead of carrying electricity it is carrying energy. Any blockage in that wire may restrict the energy flow to that region. That is when we massage the hands and feet to release that blockage. Usually this massage is also offered as a hand and foot scrub but can also be integrated to any massage!

Hand and foot Scrub:
This is a foot soak and reflexology treatment all in one! We can do this massage on your lunch break in 30min. I use a margarita hand and foot scrub to relax and rejuvenate your hands and feet.

Pre-natal:
It is a healthy way to reduce stress and promote overall wellness and relieve many of the normal discomforts of pregnancy, such as backaches, stiff neck, leg cramps, headaches and swelling. Also it reduces stress on weight-bearing joints, encourages blood and lymph circulation, helps to relax nervous tension-which aids in better sleep-and can help relieve depression or anxiety caused by hormonal changes.

Have you ever received a massage but afterwards you still felt a little achy internally? Maybe that headache is still lingering around or you are constipated and just don’t know what to do about it. All these things can be worked on with reflexology!

What is Reflexology and how does it work? Reflexology is working on specific points on your feet and hands to work specific organs and areas of the body. Reflexes are in the tissue and feel like little crunches in your feet and hands when that area of your body is not working at its full potential. This is not to be confused with acupressure or acupuncture or trigger point therapies. In this picture you can see all the organs and their specific reflex areas on the feet. Reflexology Is done a little different than regular massage, it is a lot slower, relaxing and you stay fully clothed.

What are the benefits of reflexology? Benefits include but are not limited to : Improved circulation, stress and anxiety, improvements in the nervous system, creates more movement, aids the lymphatic system, pain relief in the muscles, insomnia, sinus issues, headaches, constipation and aides digestion.

Is there anything that would make me unable to receive reflexology? If you had an injury to an area such as a knee and the knee was not able to be touched. That is when we can work the knee reflex on your foot to offer a means of support for the healing presses to the knee. However, reflexology is not used to diagnose or cure any health problems but it dose help with the healing posses.

How long does a reflexology session take? It only takes a few minutes to work a specific reflex, so usually a reflexology session can go anywhere from 30 minutes to 60 minutes. In that session both your hands and feet would be worked on. You stay fully clothed so you don’t use extra time getting dressed and undressed.

How long has reflexology been around? The earliest written documents on reflexology are dated at about 1,000BC. In 1582 Dr. Adamus and Dr. A’tatis published “Zone Therapy” in Europe. Finally it made its way to the United States in 1917 where William Fitzgerald, MD said that applying pressure on the feet had a positive response on other areas of the body. Marco Polo translated a Chinese book on reflexology into Italian some time in the 1930’s. Then it was modified by Eunice Ingham, a physiotherapist, in 1940 and today we still use the maps she created. Reflexology is still being looked into and clinical trials are going on to learn even more on exactly how it works.

In short you cant go wrong with the time spent on reflexology or the benefits of reflexology. If you have never had a massage before and don’t feel comfortable with getting undressed for your first massage, then why not try reflexology? Contact us today for an evaluation.