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- Terracotta Bowl: The creation of owner and operator Regina Jaramillo—she applies the treatment too—combines traditional massage techniques and placing warm healing stones on the body to melt away stress and limber muscles.
- Deep tissue/sports: For athletes and those who suffer from chronic injuries, knotting, and mediocre tone while singing.
- Shiatsu: Pinpoints pressure on strategic spots to benefit circulation and balance your life force.
A graduate of the Santa Barbara Body Therapy Institute, La Ross Academy Ventura School of Massage, and La Stone Therapy Inc., Regina Jaramillo is trained to heal. She understands that touch therapy’s benefits extend beyond the physical level to your emotional well-being and mental clarity. In Regina’s caring hands, your body, mind, and spirit will be relieved and uplifted.
Because Cara Bella Studio is new to Denver, customers haven’t flooded the web with reviews. But here are some customer testimonials from her former studio, Body Therapy By Regi, in Ventura County California: > * When my wife and I came to Regina I was needing to relax and she had migraines. We had never been so happy with the way we felt. Not just after the massage but also the days to follow. Regina became a part of our weekley [sic] life. – Steve and Lisa Boaough, Beverly Hills Ca., June 2006 > * I know Regina from my Karate studio. I came limping one day and she just handed me her card. I was in so much pain, I had to call. I now see Regina every two weeks without fail. If not for her I am sure I would be on an ice pack, not in the studio. – Denise Cave, Castle Pines Colorado, Aug. 2008 > * Before I came to Regina I had only had the spratic [sic] mani-pedi. My friend sent me to her after i started to become overwhelmed with the daily grind of touring. In my busy line of work there is hardly a second of “ME” time. Regina restored my feminity and helped me to relise how important it is to take care of youself. I have never felt so pamped in my life! – Cassie Taylor, Touring Musican, May 2008
Famous Sports Injuries
Cara Bella Studio offers a deep tissue massage that’s perfect for athletes feeling the strain of their routines. Here is a timeline of some famous American sports injuries:
1891: James Naismith hangs a peach basket onto an elevated track and then falls off his ladder and breaks his leg.
1920: A bear eats Brooklyn Dodger Bill Wambasganss during Game Five of the World Series.
1974: Off the field, “Broadway” Joe Namath gets into a serious boat injury when a boat hits him.
1985: During a Monday Night Football game, Joe Theismann suffers a career-ending injury when Lawrence Taylor eats his heart.
1997: All New York Yankees suffer a serious case of being down-in-the-dumps after 87-year-old Gloria Stewart loses the Best Supporting Actress Oscar to Kim Basinger.
Cara Bella Studio
Supervised by an on-staff medical director, Cara Bella Studio's staff brings its A game to rejuvenate entire bodies with massages and med-spa treatments. Trained massage therapists wring tension from muscles to reduce stress and widen range of movement and also prop up postures by whispering pep talks to vertebrae. Nonsurgical med-spa services such as chemical peels and microdermabrasion treatments aim to liberate facescapes from fine lines, and teeth whitening and eyelash extensions amp up smiles and winks, respectively.