The massage therapists of Boulder Massage & NeuroMuscular Therapy possess different skills and backgrounds, but work toward a single goal: to relieve stress and chronic pain. Jason Summers specializes in treatment-oriented massage, while Zeona McIntyre excels in combining orthopedic work and Swedish massage. Lauren McWilliams also has a knack for rooting out pain, exercising her talents with myoskeletal therapy to gently realign the spine.
The practitioners respect each client's investment by devoting the entire session to massage, with time only deducted for undressing or sharing knock-knock jokes. Additionally, they support the community by volunteering at nonprofit organizations and hosting interns from local schools.
At Massage Moment Advanced Therapy, the team of ABMP and AMTA members soothe tense sinews with trigger-point therapy, reflexology, and other modalities, but specialize in therapeutic massage to treat sports injuries. When they aren't caring for their clients, they support the community by offering educational lectures and volunteering at charity events.
Jackie Bernhardt looks at life differently. And when she works with clients, she looks at the whole person in order to customize sessions that will be rewarding both emotionally and physically?whether the focus be relaxation, easing sore muscles, or relieving pain. Jackie introduces these ideas to others with her classes.
Within his studio, Gary Remes, a second generation massage therapist, works to restore balance to bodies using a unique technique he created called Neuro-Fascial Re-Education. Remes perfected this technique over the years by drawing on his 25 years of massage experience. Taught at the Namti School of Massage and in Sedona, Arizona, the technique combines acupressure, myofascial release, and other healing methods, tailored to soothe a wide range of emotional and mental stressors, including carpel tunnel syndrome, fibromyalgia, migraines, postural problems, and TMJ. A graduate of the St. Jude Medical Center’s Chronic Pain program, he draws on extensive work and training experience with John Barnes PT; Dr. Gustave Suffin MD,DO; Dr. Karen Lee, OMD; Reggie Griffin and Danielle Boyer, Doctors of Chiropractic; as well as his grandfather and uncle to assess or treat chronic pain.
Cindie Marren, the licensed chiropractic doctor at Divine Spine Chiropractic, believes that if a body is to heal, it must be treated as a whole. Working to solve the root of health problems instead of treat the symptoms, Dr. Marren offers detailed physical examinations and chiropractic adjustments to help solve recurring ailments such as migraines and chronic pain. During an initial visit, she checks posture, range of motion, and takes a detailed health history, then moves onto possible solutions and adjustments. Gentle, non-invasive adjustments can help clients feel relief within a few visits.
Signature Service: Personal training, massage
Brands Used: Real Ryder bikes, Jacobs Ladder, Ellora, Samadhi
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 11?25 people
Parking: Parking lot
Minimum Age Requirement: 1
Pro Tip: Luxury massage center, best of Boulder, affordable monthly membership available.