Tina Stille Massage
It’s free with no obligation to hire
Hired 3 times
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Swedish massage (standard),
Deep tissue massage,
Hot stone massage,
- Sue M.
After one visit to Tina, I was able to run again without the nagging pain in my left foot. I'm not sure what she did but it worked. I highly recommend her services!Nov 29, 2015Verified
- Ann C.
In one session, Tina provided much better relief for my shoulder than the physical therapist I was seeing.Dec 2, 2015Verified
- Sherida P.
Tina is an amazing massage therapist! From the beginning of the session to the end, she focuses on the client and tailors her work to their specific needs and areas of concern. She is professional, innovative and a genuinely good human being. If you're looking for 90 minutes of massage bliss for a great value, she's your best bet.Dec 11, 2015
- Sara D.
The best massage therapist I've had. She gives an excellent deep massage and knows what she's doing. She hits all the right spots. You'd be surprised how strong her hands are. I highly recommend her especially if you're looking for a deep massage.Nov 27, 2015
- Merrill S.
Tina has been my massage therapist for fourteen years. She has always been willing to modify the massage based on my requests and needs. She is very dependable.Nov 23, 2015
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I do have standard pricing for my services. My 1 hr fee is $75, and my 1 1/2 hr fee is $110. I work the full 60 and 90 minutes allotted for that session. Payment options include cash, check or credit card for your convenience.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Upon meeting with a new client we first discover what it is I may be able to help them with through a series of questions. I also communicate with them my work style and encourage them to communicate with me throughout our session so we can we can have the best results possible. During our session I address any areas of concern that they might have, and try to resolve the issues they are having in those areas.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?While going to school for Sports Medicine, I decided to study massage as well. After receiving my Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT), in 1988 I worked under my mentor for one year then opened my own practice in south Denver. I decided to go back to massage school in 1994 to start fresh and learn from an accredited massage school. After graduating I continued at that same school for my advanced neuro-muscular degree. Upon attaining that degree, I continued to work with the school as one of their administrative advisors, as well as go in to business for myself. I have been self employed ever since.