For over 10 years, Julie Kay has guided her clients down the path to better health through acupuncture and Chinese herbal formulas. Before training in this field, Kay worked as a counselor and psychotherapist, but she couldn't shake the feeling that she could do more to help her clients. This impulse led Kay to the study of shiatsu massage then to enrolling in school to learn Traditional Chinese Medicine, acupuncture, and herbal therapy. Today, Kay's practice takes an all-encompassing holistic approach to health, mixing her skills as a counselor with TCM as well as hours of therapeutic high-fiving. Drawing on her diverse background, Kay treats a host of different mental, emotional, and physical ailments.
Allied Healthcare Services' chiropractors, nutritionists, and soft-tissue and yoga therapists pool their talents to alleviate patients' ailments and bolster their health without resorting to invasive treatments. A chiropractic duo, Joshua Vickers and Adam Helie rehabilitate spines with hands-on realignment techniques and thorough back-health evaluations before releasing them back into the wild. Certified as a yoga therapist through the Rocky Mountain Institute of Yoga and Ayurveda, Carolyn Midland aids clients in easing their mental stresses and loosening their muscles through stretches and poses. Greg Gillette helps patients improve their energy and health with nourishment counseling services designed to meet individual needs.
Max Muscle has been a leader in the nutrition industry since 1991. We are committed to improving the health and sports performance of people from all walks of life through high quality supplements and educations from our team of Certified Fitness Nutrition Specialists (CFNS).
Licensed aesthetician Patricia Scarr and the team at Bella In You Day Spa apply years of experience to treat a variety of skin conditions. Aided by all-natural products from Éminence Organic Skin Care, they rejuvenate faces with chemical peels, microdermabrasion, microcurrent facials, and other advanced skincare treatments. They employ red, blue, yellow, green, and plaid LED light to target specific issues such as acne or sun damage, and can help to ease the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and that one spiteful freckle. A licensed massage therapist uses a detail-oriented approach to providing relaxing and therapeutic massages and body treatments, tailoring each experience to the specific needs of that customer.
If the body is an orchestra made up of many systems performing together harmoniously, then the staffers at BoulderBodyworks strive to be conductors who ensure each instrument section plays its part the best of its ability. Fueled by this total-body approach, the team aims to help clients achieve natural homeostatic balance through exercise, massage therapy, and neuromuscular science. Working as a network, they combine their many certifications and experiences—be it 30 years working as a Pilates instructor or receiving an education from the Hendrickson Method Institute—to help clients treat their whole being. They host small-group Pilates classes, which can potentially aid in injury recovery and chronic pain management as well as physical fitness, and received Best Pilates Studio from the Boulder Weekly's Best of Boulder 2010 and 2011. Boulder Bodyworks also features yoga classes, banishes tension with eight distinct types of massage, helps bodies recuperate with physical therapy, and summons better postures with the Franklin Method, an approach to training that seeks to correct slouches spawned from working at a desk all day or training to become an Olympian leap-frogger.
We offer deep relaxing massage for tight muscles and stress management. We also offer treatment for clients with chronic pain. We don't offer massage to under 18's unless for a specific acute or chronic condition. A detailed induction process is required for these type of treatments.
"I have candles burning, I have beautiful music playing–it's actually quite remarkable how relaxed a person gets," says Michele Hambach, CHT, describing the atmosphere in her colon-hydrotherapy treatment room at The Boulder Center for Vibrant Health. Warm neck wraps and abdominal massages add to the sense-soothing nature of Michele's colonic sessions, while upgrades such as a hot-towel massage renders more relaxation than cuddling with a terry cloth TV.
In an effort to make colorectal cancer screening a less melancholy experience, Michele offers a pre-colonoscopy treatment that takes the place of swigging a gallon of NuLytely solution and spending the day on the commode.