The Mindful Body’s staff of trained massage therapists and yoga teachers exhibit expertise in holistic practices, such as Ayurvedic medicine, yoga practice, massage, and hydrotherapy. This is the basis of the wide range of bodywork and lifestyle-education sessions offered at the center. Eight types of massage, including Zen shiatsu, deep tissue, and prenatal, can be enhanced with organic essential oils from Rebecca’s Herbal Apothecary. Nutritional counseling sessions give clients custom menus in line with Ayurvedic principles. In keeping with the spirit of inclusivity, the center is equipped with ample wheelchair accessibility and free parking.
To Tatiana Casey, there's no clear distinction between the body and the soul. Instead, they're woven seamlessly into one another, making the quest for good health more complicated than simply getting a check-up now and again. At Healing Intuit, Casey offers therapies designed to heal physical ailments and create a real sense of spiritual wellness. Vibrational readings help her determine exactly what is wrong with the body, whether it's suffering from internal turmoil or merely swallowed a cell phone. No matter the diagnosis, she sets about repairing troubles with hands-on intuitive work, including everything from massage to eco-therapeutic affirmations.
The massages that take place at A Mindful Body unite a wide range of healing techniques. Tailoring each session to the client's unique needs, the massage therapists might use the soothing kneads of Swedish massage or locally purchased, therapeutic-grade essential oils. They focus on using techniques that use the body's own healing potential, whether the goal of the session is to ease tension, a backache, or a migraine. The center's experienced bodywork expert brings with her a special interest in pre- and postpartum massage, having founded a postnatal program at Aspen Valley Hospital and attended massage school while in her mother's womb.
Drawing on recent research into brain activity, The Healing Brain's neurofeedback technology monitors brain waves and sends signals to the brain to help it reorganize itself so it can operate more efficiently. Patients are hooked up to sensors, which help detect faulty brain-wave activity as patients look at calming images and listen to soothing music or the sweet whispers of a chatty seashell. By correcting faulty brain-wave activity, the treatment attempts to combat symptoms of dysfunction, addressing such things as mental clarity, emotional control, and anger issues. Suitable for adults and children, the one-hour sessions help patients achieve peak performance and wring the most potential out of their noggins.
A Chat with North Boulder Counseling
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
North Boulder Counseling uses a modern type of counseling that helps you get very clear about what your strengths are as we consider challenges and aspects of your life you'd like to be different.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
Hearing that this kind of counseling was the first to be effective for people.
What do you love most about your job?
Seeing how strong, creative and resourceful people are.
What is the best reaction you've ever gotten from a customer?
"You are very down to earth and you helped me learn how to be more comfortable in my life."