Pamela has been a certified licensed/registered massage therapist for over 20 years. She received her training in Los Angeles, California as well as Sedona, Arizona. Pamela intently focuses on each individual’s needs to better serve their journey to wellness, healing and rejuvenation. Her specialties are Deep Tissue, Swedish, and Neuromuscular/Trigger point therapy. “I’ve been doing this work for over 20 years because I know it works. I also know how vital it is in today’s chaotic world to keep oneself centered, healthy and pain free. Massage therapy is deeply satisfying helping one person at a time to enjoy life to the fullest mind body and spirit.”
“Originally a Louisiana native, Lauren Chriceol is a Licensed Massage Therapist in the state of Colorado. She moved to Colorado on a mission to find personal health and wellness. She knew in order to better serve those around her, she needed to start from within. Surrounded by the majestic powers of the Rocky Mountains, she found just that. In 2017, Lauren graduated from the Berkana Institute of Massage Therapy in Longmont, CO with 600+ hours of accelerated bodywork training. She now embarks on the beginning of a promising career of empowering those around her to seek health and balance for themselves. Through the practice of massage therapy, she has found the most vital things she cherishes in life: creativity, compassion, and healing. Her new mission is to genuinely connect with others and to seek solutions to their personal health concerns. Lauren believes in the body’s ability to heal itself and utilizes her expertise to assist in this process. She specializes in therapeutic massage with the intention of finding relief from pain. Her sessions involve an integrative approach, combining deep tissue massage, trigger point work, Swedish massage, stretching, myofascial work and joint manipulation. While firm pressure is her strength, relaxation and comfort are still the ideal goal.”
Garth Reynolds L.Ac. MSTCM
My interest in healing began as a young man when I became absorbed in Eastern philosophy. Upon graduating with a degree in Asian studies and language, I moved to Beijing where I lived for several years training closely with an elder practitioner of martial, healing and medical arts. I returned to the States and earned my Masters of Science in Traditional Chinese medicine, a 4-year medical degree. Since that time I have been in clinical practice and continue to teach martial arts and meditation. I specialize in chronic conditions, pain, and injury.
Acupuncture is an ancient practice that is getting a lot of attention in modern medicine. Through the insertion of tiny needles into spaces in the body, acupuncture essentially jump-starts the body’s own healing capacity. It settles the nervous system, increases blood flow, regulates the various organ systems, boosts the immune system, changes brain waves and much more. It can also be profoundly relaxing as many patients experience the “acupuncture zone” during and after treatment. Acupuncture works best in a series of treatments, where each session builds upon the previous to create cumulative and lasting change.