Massage in Denver

Up to 59% Off Swedish Massages

Washington Park West

$80 $35

Stress-relieving Swedish massage includes long, flowing strokes and kneading motions from a licensed massage therapist

51% Off at Davis Therapeutic Massage

Denver

$65 $32

Long, slow strokes and flowing movement of Swedish massage helps clients relax as the massage therapist relieves tight muscles

Half Off Thermal Back Massages at Diva Nails

Cherry Creek

$48 $24

Relaxing massages on a thermal massage bed located within a posh nail salon

Up to 44% Off Massage Therapy

City Park West

$70 $39

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Massage therapist eases stress and soothes muscle aches with 60- or 90-minute massage

Up to 49% Off Massages and Facials

Hampden

$65 $35

Massage choices include Swedish and deep-tissue, among others, while facial options include a pumpkin or vanilla cream moisturizing facial

Up to 53% Off Facial, Massage, or Wrap and Massage

Denver

$90 $45

Choose from three facials and three massages; wrap of cucumber, herbs, lavender, and yogurt hydrates the body

51% Off 60-Minute Massages

Jefferson Park

$70 $34

Therapists can use deep-tissue, Swedish, or relaxation modalities to help soothe pent-up tension or relieve chronic pain

Up to 56% Off at Highland Massage Company

West Highland

$85 $37

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Licensed therapists customize massages with a variety of modalities, focusing on clients' needs and helping them relax or heal naturally

54% Off Massage at Moyer Total Wellness

I-25 & Colorado Blvd

$69 $34

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Custom blend of Swedish strokes, pressure, and sports massage targets pain; chiropractor realigns spines; yoga stretches complement massage

Up to 58% Off a Sports-Injury Assessment

South Cherry Creek

$150 $69

Acupuncturist evaluates a sports injury and applies pain-relief techniques such as dry needling, manual therapy, and kinesio tape

Up to 56% Off at Elements Massage Highpointe

Hampden

$129 $59

A licensed massage therapist promotes relaxation while ridding the body of stress and pain during a massage

Up to 67% Off Massage

Virginia Village

$120 $45

60- or 90-minute massage addresses pain and encourages natural healing

Up to 57% Off a 60- or 90-Minute Massage

Overland

$60 $29

Massage therapists with more than 10 years of experience soothe tense and aching muscles through a variety of modalities

Up to 52% Off at Medical Massage of Colorado

Golden Triangle

$95 $47

Therapists alleviate pain, restore physical imbalances, and untie tense muscles layer by layer using advanced massage techniques

Up to 52% Off Neuromuscular Massages for TMJ

North Alameda

$75 $37

A licensed neuromuscular massage therapist uses custom blends of Swedish strokes and deep-tissue pressure to mitigate TMJ-disorder symptoms

Up to 49% Off Massage Therapy Treatment

Denver

$80 $45

Massage therapists apply a number of modalities to reduce tension and stress; a reiki master applies energy work to balance the body

Up to 53% Off Relaxation Massage at Bliss Skin Care and Massage

Washington Park West

$80 $39

Light to medium pressure Swedish massage melts stress using long flowing strokes, kneading, and friction techniques

Up to 55% Off Massages at Hand in Hand Therapeutic Touch

Uptown

$65 $29

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Therapist customizes kneads during hour-long sessions to loosen muscles and alleviate stress

Up to 54% Off Anti-Aging Facials

Hampden

$85 $42

Aestheticians deliver holistic healing to faces with Bioelements products, natural enzymes, Chinese herbs, and organic botanicals

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At Zandi K Salon, everyone has a story. Stina Nelson didn't realize her passion for massage until a string of bad car accidents led her to the muscle-mending techniques for her own pain relief. Co-owner Nicki Wenz, meanwhile, worked as one of just 12 national Aveda makeup artists in the mid 2000s, traveling the country for photo shoots and trade shows. Educators, artists, world travelers, and Aveda-trained beauty professionals all gather within the earth-toned and stacked-slate walls of Zandi K to lend their life experiences to the looks of others.

They get a little help from their products, of course. The team uses all-natural, plant- and flower-based Aveda products made with sustainably harvested ingredients that are gentle on hair, skin, and Mother Nature's patience. These combine in services that run the gamut from styling and coloring to waxing and ousting acne with facials. But before clients watch their appearances transform in minimalist, steel-framed mirrors, they can sit back in the waiting room with a Session beer, Barefoot red wine, or fruit-infused water, and share their own story.

572 Inca St
Denver,
CO
US

The husband-and-wife team behind Wellness Spa on 5th Avenue knows firsthand how debilitating toxins can be. Bobbi Thompson attributes allergen sensitivities and weight challenges to her childhood mercury exposure from amalgam fillings and pesticides. Now a registered nurse and colon hydrotherapy practitioner, Thompson has dedicated her life to healing herself and others. Her spouse, Jerry Besing, can attest to her passion. After suffering a major health challenge in 2003, he became increasingly interested in detoxifying treatments, and took a wellness-coaching class at The School of Integrative Healing, directed by Thompson. He is now trained in services ranging from cellulite reduction to lymphatic drainage.

Each relaxing, impurity-targeting treatment takes place within a quaint, Victorian-style house. The crew also sells nontoxic pet products that keep dog, cats, and cherished pet rocks healthy without harming the environment.

146 W 5th Ave
Denver,
CO
US

Twelve years of hands-on spa experience were enough to teach Gregg Gonzales a valuable lesson about his clients: no two are the same. He takes this lesson to heart at Dos Manos Massage Studio, where he draws on his intuition and massage know-how to craft massages that cater to all manner of aches and ailments. Stationed within six private treatment rooms, Gregg and his team of licensed massage therapists integrate modalities such as deep tissue and reflexology; the exact combination of techniques used always depends on their clients’ input. During each massage, the team of therapists welcomes clients to plug their own iPod into a dock beside the heated massage table and slip away to the self-recorded sounds of waves crashing or pigeons being tickled. Complimentary refreshments and a calming relaxation room erase any traces of tension that remain after the session.

1040 S Gaylord St
Denver,
CO
US

The root of the word medicine, mederi, is a Latin term meaning “to heal.” It’s also the perfect name for Mederi Health, where a team of MDs and licensed acupuncturists do exactly that. Through alternative medicine, chiropractic care, and functional neurology, the clinic’s trio of doctors aims to alleviate a range of maladies. For example, Bio-identical hormone management can correct simple problems such as weight gain, fatigue, and crying during jewelry-store commercials, and acupuncture and chiropractic services can assuage lower-back pain, headaches, and carpal-tunnel syndrome. Modern medicine may not have developed a cure for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s yet, but Mederi’s functional neurologists can help victims maintain an ability to perform everyday tasks through simple exercises.

100 Jackson Street, Suite 100
Denver,
CO
US

When it comes to helping a client make positive adjustments, Changes of Cherry Creek doesn't restrict itself to just one methodology. For more than three decades, the spa has mixed science with holistic care in a manner that puts technology and human understanding on the same team.

On one end of the spa's spectrum, the hands of massage therapists and nail technicians caress achy muscles and embellish fingers and toes with manicures and pedicures. On the other end, the spa turns to computers, or at least experts who can speak in convincing robot voices. That willingness to utilize modern tools leads to the use of toning machines to make skin look younger, as well as lasers to zap away tufts of unwanted hair. The modernity even carries over to the decor—polished chrome coats the chairs, counters, and tables in the lobby.

1873 S Bellaire St Ste P100
Denver,
CO
US

Traditional Chinese medicine is built on the belief that healing begins when the two forces at work within the body settle into equilibrium. The practitioners at Berkeley Community Acupuncture and Massage trust this holistic principle will overcome their modern patients’ afflictions just like it did for those who practiced it before “ouch” was even assigned a petroglyph. Their acupuncture and massage treatments cure pain and disease from the inside out, and whereas acupuncture enlists thin needles to rebalance the flow of energy through the body, massage does the same thing using gentle kneading motions. Clients can combine the techniques or select just one in order to help ease digestive and respiratory disorders or simply diminish the stress of daily life.

4022 Tennyson St
Denver,
CO
US