"I graduated from The Healing Arts Institute of Fort Collins in 2009. I practiced in a few different spas down along the front range before making my way back up to Summit and finding a home with Radiant Mountain Massage. My massage is a medium to deep relaxation massage. I like to get in there and help get the kinks out but also want you to be able to fully relax."
"I am very lucky to have found my calling in life. Massage is something that I am very passionate about. Some of my specialties include deep tissue, trigger point therapy, and therapeutic massage. My work is a combination of deep tissue and a variety of techniques that I have learned to incorporate over the years. I am a strong believer in tailoring the treatment to fit the needs and wants of my clients. I take a mind/body/spirit approach to client care."
"My passion for the healing arts began in 2006 when I became a certified Massage Therapist and Level 3 Reiki Teacher. It brings immense joy to my heart to provide natural healing to my community and to continue learning new information and healing modalities. In 2015, I went back to school for an additional 500 hours of training in Traditional Chinese Medicine and advanced Craniosacral Therapy. My other specialties include Pre/Post Natal, Deep Tissue, and Acupressure. It is my intention to help facilitate a reconnection of mind, body, and spirit and bring each client back to their natural state of relaxation and happiness."
"Born and raised in Arvada, Colorado, I've worn many hats in my life and have tried many things, but a stretch of very hard years in my late twenties led to a realization – my purpose is to facilitate healing, both for others and myself. One way I've chosen to undertake this is to provide holistic bodywork that is tailored to each client's needs, with a deeply intuitive and shamanic touch. Educated at the prestigious Colorado School of Healing Arts in Lakewood, CO, I am trained in a variety of therapeutic massage modalities, including Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular, Swedish, Sports and Cranialsacral Therapy. I specialize in finding and releasing deeply held tension in the body, especially that associated with grief, trauma, and other challenging emotions."
"Thomas is a second-generation massage therapist. As a pre-teen, he would hold the note cards to help his mom study for her massage tests, and as a teenager, she would bring her massage table to his swim meets. He enrolled at Boulder College of Massage Therapy in 2008, shortly after his mother's untimely death, and graduated from BCMT's 1,000-hour program in June of 2010, a week shy of his 30th birthday. Thomas calls his personal massage style integrative Deep Tissue. Firm and fluid, strong and graceful, his work brings a deep presence and intuition to the table, seamlessly blending techniques borrowed from multitudinous modalities. The skillful massage is informed by an embodied anatomical knowledge, as well as a depth intuitive awareness that comes with over a decade of practice."