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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
“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.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
I am a clairvoyant empath who sees pressure points on the skin and clothing and who feels others' blocked energy and buried emotions in his own body.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
I answered the call to apply my heightened sensitivity and creative artistry to the hands-on, one-on-one healthcare practice of massage and energy work.
What do you love most about your job?
I love getting to know someone on a Soul level as transmitted through their body into my hands.
What is the best reaction you've ever gotten from a customer?
"Andrew is a massage GOD. It's like he can read your body without you telling him where to go."
Massage is a profession most people gravitate toward as adults. Not David Edwin Ward—at just 9 years old, David used to give his dad neck massages to help relieve the pain of chronic migraines. David has been sharpening his skills ever since. He's accrued more than 3,000 hours of training, and has developed specialties in shiatsu, reflexology, deep-tissue, and Thai massage, among other modalities.
David prides himself on providing thorough massage sessions, often blocking out three hours for a single client so that he can discuss medical history, evaluate posture, and even look at a pair of well-worn shoes to determine gait and other movement patterns. During those three-hour sessions, the actual massage usually takes about two hours, followed by an optional hot-tub soak.
Juulia is skilled in therapeutic massage, botanical skincare, and other healing modalities, and she teaches classes in physical practices such as facial yoga. Sometimes, as the owner of Ahimsa Healing Arts, she isolates these techniques, allowing a massage, facial, or cupping session to work its magic on its own. Just as often, however, she mixes and matches them to address symptoms in a way that mirrors the body's own complexity. She credits this whole-body approach to her Estonian heritage. "Estonians," Juulia explains on her website, "have a deep appreciation of nature, seasons, and a holistic view of human and natural patterns, something I work to bring to my own practice."