December 9, 2015

Best Sports Massage in Boulder

Looking for the best sports massage in Boulder? We offer elite level sports and injury treatment massage, muscle activation techniques, and therapists with the knowledge to help you understand your body better.

New client intro price only $49 for 1 hr massage (normally $75)

Ask about our monthly maintenance membership for discounted massage!

 

Meet our Therapists:

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Geoff is a level 99 Massage Therapist with a black belt in both the steamroller and kung-fu grip techniques. His unique but effective style has both athletic and injured people lining up for an hour of “the good kind of pain.” Formally trained at CU for Kinesiology and BCMT for massage, this Boulder native enjoys topography, photography, and travelography. He can be lured into triathlons, burro races, or other interesting races with the promise of cold craft beer at the finish line. He can often be spotted hiking with his two dogs, playing with kittens or tending to his backyard chickens.

 

 

 

Darcie is a Colorado transplant, originally from Vermont, who loves sports and fitness! She is skilled in Massage Therapy and Personal Training and specializes in Very Deep Tissue Work, Injury Prevention, Trigger Point Therapy, Muscle Activation, and Myofascial Release. She uses her intuition and knowledge to treat the cause of pain, not just the symptom. Darcie encourages her clients to be active in improving their movement and usually gives “homework” to activate and strengthen specific muscle groups. She will provide you with a treatment plan for future visits and she truly enjoys facilitating each of her clients’ personal goals towards wellness, empowerment, and functional movement. When she isn’t at work, you will find her trail running, hiking, camping, or playing sports.

 

 

 

 

 

phPeter graduated from the Swedish Institute in New York City and practiced in New York for 15+ years before moving to Colorado, 2013. Peter has worked extensively with professional tennis players, runners and triathletes, along with a roster of celebrities from theater, film, and television. Specialties include: Deep Tissue, Sports Massage, Trigger Point, Neuromuscular Therapy, Reflexology, Prenatal, Hot Stone, and shiatsu. In addition to being a full-time massage therapist, Peter has often been found performing in comedy clubs in and around New York City and has worked as a radio DJ and TV host in New York for several years. Coming soon, you’ll be able to hear Peter as a music DJ for KGNU here in Boulder.

 

 

 

 

 

KeikoKeiko graduated from Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy in 2009 with a focus in clinical massage. Her specialties include working with athletes using deep, therapeutic and sports massage techniques. A few years into her career Keiko found herself moving west to Colorado so that she could expand her skills as a massage therapist as well as a climber. Over the past 4+ years she has expanded her massage skills by learning new modalities such as Thai, pre and post natal and lymphatic drainage and has also broadened her skills as a climber from bouldering to ice, trad and aid. Keiko’s favorite place to be is sleeping on the side of a cliff and spending her weekends with friends sitting around a campfire.

 

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Ellie graduated from the Colorado Institute of Massage Therapy in 2012 and received her degree in Integrative Physiology from CU Boulder in 2016. She specializes in Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, and Sports massage, but prefers combining multiple modalities for each body. She is most interested in finding and resolving myofascial patterns of restriction, especially in the hips and neck areas. In her free time, she enjoys climbing, working out, reading, cooking, singing, and being outside. In 2018, she will begin schooling for a Doctorate of Physical Therapy.

 

 

 

 

Drawn by its mountains and endless trails, Heath relocated from Virginia to Colorado in 2013. He immediately fell in love with the remote places and backcountry beauty he could access on foot. Though as slow as a damn turtle, he enjoys running ultramarathons of all distances. Heath spent most of his career teaching English/American Literature on the college level, but after losing eighty pounds, and reversing several medical issues through diet and exercise, he took an interest in the healing and restorative effects of massage. Since graduating from the Institute of Health and Healing in Virginia, he has specialized in sports, deep tissue, and injury therapy massage. He enjoys working with athletes to help them prepare for and recover from strenuous efforts.