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Elevations Therapeutic Massage's two NCBTMB-certified male massage therapists soothe tense muscles with Swedish and hot-stone massages. Inside the studio’s private treatment rooms, tranquilizing music and the scents of aromatherapy oils drift over trickling fountains, comfy massage beds, and candles lit by the joyous tears of sensitive fireflies. To supplement their massage work, the therapists offer several add-on services including warm bamboo-fusion techniques, deep-tissue kneads, invigorating aromatherapy oils, and massage cupping to stimulate circulation.

2323 S Troy St
Aurora,
CO
US

While rocks serve many purposes—eco-friendly paperweight, climbing wall, letter opener—you probably never thought they could help alleviate your chronic back pain. In fact, memories of the rocky bedding on your last camping trip suggest that stones may have contributed to the problem in the first place. Change your perspective on pebbles with today’s Groupon, which gets you a hot-stone massage at Elements Therapeutic Massage for $55—that's half off the $110 value.

15230 E Iliff Ave
Aurora,
CO
US

While rocks serve many purposes—eco-friendly paperweight, climbing wall, letter opener—you probably never thought they could help alleviate your chronic back pain. In fact, memories of the rocky bedding on your last camping trip suggest that stones may have contributed to the problem in the first place. Change your perspective on pebbles with today’s Groupon, which gets you a hot-stone massage at Elements Therapeutic Massage for $55—that's half off the $110 value.

3571 S Tower Rd
Aurora,
CO
US

At Rocky Mountain Roots Community Health, the staff fully embraces the philosophy that improving well-being requires a holistic approach to address mental, physical, and emotional concerns. As such, they offer a wide range of traditional as well as alternative therapy options so that clients can select a treatment path that corresponds with their needs. For example, acupuncture sessions in a semi-private community room attempt to jump-start the body's natural healing processes by correcting imbalances in the flow of a person's natural energies. Massage therapists focus on the tightly knotted muscles that can cause chronic aches and pains, employing flowing Swedish strokes, focused deep-tissue pressure, and neuromuscular therapy. Additionally, Rocky Mountain Roots Community Health enlists the help of modern medspa technology designed to help people feel more confident in their appearances. These systems include body-contouring ultrasonic cavitation technology as well as a device that uses radio-frequency energy to stimulate collagen production, improve skin tone and texture, and entertain lymph nodes with Top 40 hits.

14221 E 4th Ave.
Aurora,
CO
US

Gaylan Roth knows pain. At the age of 10, his mother was diagnosed with fibromyalgia, and he would often try to relieve her ailments with gentle yet therapeutic massage. Seeing the way his own hands could take away some of her suffering, Gaylan decided to pursue massage therapy as a career in order to bring the same type of relief and healing to others.

Today, he augments traditional Swedish and deep-tissue massage with aromatherapy and tension-melting hot stones, which are placed upon acupressure points to loosen muscles and melt any icebergs clients have accidentally swallowed. On select evenings, his therapists use their hands to deliver simultaneous stress melting during couples massages or safe and therapeutic relief during prenatal sessions. The spa’s treatments are designed to alleviate ailments ranging from anxiety to migraines, though all services are custom tailored to treat the unique needs of every client.

2851 S Parker Rd.
Aurora,
Colorado
US

At Colorado Chiropractic Rehabilitation, Doctor of Chiropractic Steve Slava Belits, doesn't immediately perform spinal adjustments after analyzing the client's aches and pains. Based on his evaluation, he will often have the client perform core-stabilization exercises first, and then he may perform physical-therapy interventions and strategies such as trigger-point therapy and Active Release Technique, in addition to spinal adjustments and manipulation. This approach relaxes muscles, which makes the body easier to adjust.

His gentle approach has drawn praise from clients and visits from professional and amateur athletes, as well as patients who have sustained injuries in car accidents. Dr. Belits also has a doctorate in physical therapy, and he promotes active-stretching techniques. Additionally, Dr. Belits speaks both English and Russian.

4090 S Parker Rd
Aurora,
CO
US