Shiatsu Massage in Greeley

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No two treatments performed at NoCo Massage are the same. Every time someone lays down on the table, the massage therapist hones in on the specific muscles that are vexing that client. The therapist kicks off the pampering by chatting with guests and drawing up a customized kneading plan that draws on a wide range of modalities. Swedish techniques dole out gentle all-over pressure with long, flowing strokes. At the other end of the pressure spectrum, deep-tissue massage and shiatsu burrow down into muscle structures in localized areas to root out knots and pieces of swallowed chewing gum. To amp up the endorphins, NoCo kicks in a helping of hot basalt stones or essential oils at no extra charge.

111 W Prospect Rd
Fort Collins,
CO
US

Rejuv Health Makeovers focuses its efforts on five health-boosting specialties?chiropractic services, body renewal, fitness therapy, a multitude of spa services, and weight loss. Patients who arrive for a single service, be it a body wrap or facial, get the attention they need; director Dr. Beau Mauldin believes that everyone's individual needs require personalized attention. Devoted to overall wellness, the clinic helps elevate health and relaxation with meaningful and measurable results and without drugs or invasive methods. Clients will find state-of-the-art equipment and knowledgeable, attentive staff to help them achieve their goals.

2130 Mountain View Ave, Ste 204
Longmont,
CO
US

Established: 1999

Reservations/Appointments: Required

Handicap Accessible: No

Staff Size: 1 person

Parking: Free street parking

Most popular service: Massage therapy

Brands Used: Organic Lotus Touch massage oil, 5 Element essential oils

Pro Tip: Come prepared to relax, heal, and rejuvenate.

Q&A with Sue Schmidt, Massage Therapist

Do you offer your customers any extra perks?

I offer a free massage session in the month of your birthday, if you have a current set of nine sessions with me. I also offer discounted prices on holidays, and for buying sets of massages.

What is one fun, unusual fact about your business?

I am also a yoga instructor, which makes me uniquely able to offer poses and stretches to help the body heal.

What steps do you take to make your clients feel at ease?

I greet all clients personally. My office is clean and attractive?I've been told it feels peaceful and cozy.

Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?

I offer a combination of shiatsu, deep-tissue, and energy healing, all in one session.

353 W Sycamore Ln
Louisville,
CO
US

From within Salon Republic, the technicians of Butterfly Kisses Massage Therapy soothe bodies with therapeutic massages and relaxing treatments. During facials, warm basalt stones help relax the skin, easing deep muscle tension and steam-pressing wrinkles away. Staff deploy essential oils aromatherapy alongside therapeutic and Shiatsu techniques, and administer body wraps that hydrate the epidermis with cocoa butter and aloe vera formulations. Butterfly Kisses also puts together spa packages that incorporate a variety of half-hour treatments, such as a reflexology massage with a chocolate foot scrub.

550 Zang St.
Broomfield,
CO
US

At Network Family Wellness Center, Daniel M. Knowles D.C. and his wife, Richelle M. Knowles D.C., offer chiropractic and massage services. With a certification in Network Spinal Analysis?a technique that aims to help the brain create wellness-promoting strategies?and evaluate with noninvasive scans that measure electrical activity and temperature in muscles and nerves, the duo can pinpoint and assess ailments.

When stress is the ailment and not just the inspiration for your doom-metal record, the wellness facility's team offers blissful relaxation during various massages, including Swedish and prenatal. Alternatively, the facility features a weight-loss program that can help patients reset their metabolism by swapping diets, detoxifying, and taking health exams

1715 15th St
Boulder,
CO
US

“What I really like about Zen Shiatsu is it combines the effectiveness of acupuncture with the feel … of a massage, so you get the best of both worlds.” This is how Boulder Zen Shiatsu founder Dale Hicks describes his unique treatments, which he learned in part from the creator of another style of shiatsu therapy. Similar to the way needles are used in acupuncture, Dale uses his fingers to manipulate energy flow through meridians, and he uses open hands—and elbows and knees—to knead muscles, a common practice in massage. For many clients, the result is comprehensive relief not just from muscular tension, but also from ailments such as low energy, poor digestion, and migraines. Dale has been practicing zen shiatsu for nearly 20 years, and in that time has learned to incorporate the healing techniques of his other areas of expertise, including yoga, tai chi, and band-aid application.

2919 Valmont Road
Boulder,
CO
US