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Body Blend Therapeutics
Body Blend Therapeutics




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My passion for helping others achieve a balanced body, healthy mind and psyche through massage therapy and fitness training stems directly from my own athletic history. A journey that began very young and culminated in achieving the title of All-American while competing for the University of Nebraska Gymnastics Team. I battled a variety of injuries and learned to accept pain as a way of life, but when I was diagnosed with a career-ending back injury at 16, my drive to continue the sport caused me to shift my mentality. I researched and sought out a variety of advanced therapeutic modalities, learned the mechanics of my body, and followed the roadmap laid out by my therapists. My mind and body harmonized, allowing me to become the master of my own destiny and as a result was able to get back to the sport I loved. No one was surprised that when the athletic chapter of my life came to a close, I pursued a career in massage that would allow me to "pay it forward". I was trained and certified in massage therapy at the National Holistic Institute in San Jose, CA. In addition to my core massage training, I also completed over 450 hours of continuing education and am certified in Advanced Neuromuscular Massage Therapy. I am licensed in both Colorado and California. I am also a Personal Fitness trainer with a current certification from the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM). I have worked with Orthopedic Specialists, the Stanford University Athletic Department, as well as with the San Francisco 49ers where I not only took a proactive approach during the off-season, but traveled with the team during their regular season. I have extensive experience with mobile massage, as well as classic relaxation spas. I offer a unique style of therapy with an intuitive approach to resolving chronic pain and overuse injuries. Every client is unique so I assess each individual’s posture and range of motion and evaluate them throughout each session. Based on need I utilize modalities such as neuromuscular, deep tissue, sports massage and stretch therapy along with other alternative techniques in order to reduce pain, increase range of motion and facilitate healing. Educating my clients is the key to continued health and well-being. I give 100% to each and every client whether they’re a professional athlete or a tired soul seeking a relaxing experience.See more


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Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

What’s the best way to set up a consultation or an appointment with a massage therapist during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Ask your massage therapist if they offer consultations over a video chat or phone call. If they do, ask them any questions you have about the upcoming appointment. For example, ask what precautions they're taking to keep both parties safe due to the COVID-19 pandemic. You might also want to ask if they offer gift cards that can be used at a later time, remote services or even virtual lessons for you or members in your household.

Also, ask how they plan to handle payments, and whether you can pay through an online or digital method instead of with physical cash or credit cards. 

Are there ways to be safe if I hire a massage therapist when social distancing?

Because massage therapy requires person-to-person contact, social distancing is not possible. However, you can ask massage therapists near you if they can offer remote services instead, such as lessons for you and your partner.

If you don’t want to book an appointment with a massage therapist right now, but you will in the future when the pandemic subsides, consider paying your massage therapist in advance or tipping them anyway. You can also ask about buying a gift card for future work. 

Does a massage therapist need to enter my home?

Many massage therapists operate their businesses out of their own homes, though some offer mobile massages and come to your home. You should ask the massage therapist where they typically operate and if they are making any special accommodations to better observe the CDC’s guidelines for social distancing

If you must cancel or delay your massage therapy appointment due to COVID-19, consider asking the therapist if they can offer massage techniques or lessons via video chat, email or some other digital format. You can also ask if it's possible to buy gift cards that can be used at a later time.

Can I use digital payments to pay for a massage?

Many massage therapists accept digital payments through Venmo, Apple Pay, PayPal, Venmo, Square Cash, Zelle and other online platforms. Even businesses that do not typically accept digital payments may be changing their methods to practice social distancing. Just check with your massage therapist before the appointment to see how they handle payments.  

How can I find out if a massage therapist is considered an essential COVID-19 service provider?

The definition of an essential COVID-19 service provider varies from state to state and city to city. To see which businesses are considered essential in your area, visit the official government website of your state or city.

You can also read CISA’s publication on identifying critical workers to find out more information on a national level. However, not all jurisdictions follow CISA’s definitions of critical infrastructure.

Do deep tissue massages work?

Deep tissue massage not only feels fabulous, it can provide results. The massage technique targets deeper layers of muscle and your connective tissue. For its ability to stimulate those deeper muscles, deep tissue massage is commonly used during recuperation from sports-related and other injuries, according to the Mayo Clinic. Deep tissue massage has been proved to reduce high blood pressure and a range of other ailments. Deep tissue and other types of massage are frequently used for relieving stress, managing pain, breaking down scar tissue, relieving muscle tension and improving health. The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health cites the following as health conditions for which that deep tissue massage can provide relief:

  • Chronic low back pain, chronic neck pain, and osteoarthritis of the knee
  • Labor pains
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Fibromyalgia pain and fatigue
  • Headaches

The proper deep tissue massage may also benefit preterm infant health. Cancer patients may experience reduced pain, increased relaxation, and improved mood.

What is a traditional Thai massage?

Traditional Thai massage is a different experience if you’ve only ever had a Swedish or deep tissue massage. In Thai massage, you wear loose-fitting clothing (often provided by the massage therapist) and start by lying on a mat. Throughout the massage, the therapist moves your body into various seated and prone positions, which stretch and release your muscles and soft tissue. Although your body is moving, the therapist is doing all the work, making it feel similar to supported yoga. The massage therapist will bend, stretch, and compress and lengthen your body using their hands, forearms, elbows and even feet. Don’t be alarmed by the feet! Many studios have overhead supports that allow the practitioners to safely walk on your back, releasing tight adhesions and promoting ease. Thai massage can be both invigorating and relaxing. It is an excellent option for keeping your muscles in good health if you regularly work out, or if you want to overcome a lack of flexibility. Studies show that Thai massage can increase blood circulation, improve flexibility, reduce muscle tension and enhance mental well-being.

What are the different Swedish massage techniques?

There are five main techniques in Swedish massage: effleurage, friction, petrissage, tapotement and vibration. Within each category there are various movements, all intended to ease muscle tension and pain. Each movement has a specific purpose for loosening, warming, soothing or stimulating your muscles during your massage. Here is a breakdown of each of the five Swedish massage techniques:

  • Effleurage: Sweeping, gliding, smooth long strokes done with the hands or forearms. These strokes can loosen and warm the body and are said to help stimulate blood flow.
  • Friction: These circular or transverse rubbing strokes are also warming and can get deeper into the muscle tissue. They should be avoided on injured or inflamed areas or areas.
  • Petrissage: Lifting, kneading, skin rolling, muscle rolling and wringing. These movements help with circulation, which stimulates cell regeneration, and aid in loosening tense muscles.
  • Tapotement: Tapping, plucking, cupping and pounding. Tapotement movements can help improve blood circulation and cell rejuvenation, and also relax and release tight muscles.  
  • Vibration: Rocking, shaking and trembling movements. These motions can help muscles release.

How much are pregnancy massages?

Prenatal massages can be a safe and therapeutic way to alleviate the aches and pains of pregnancy. A prenatal massage can promote a sense of relaxation and well-being for expectant mothers. The national average cost for a pregnancy massage ranges between $70 and $90. The cost of a pregnancy massage will vary depending on where you live, the length of the massage, and the massage therapist. Typically, the longer a massage, the higher the cost. Some massage therapists charge the same rate per minute, regardless of massage length, while others charge less per minute for longer appointments. Here are two examples of average prenatal massage costs:

  • Therapist A: Offers a 30-minute massage for $45, 45 minutes for $60, 60 minutes for $75, 75 minutes for $90 and 90 minutes for $105.
  • Therapist B: offers a 30-minute massage for $45, a 60-minute massage for $85, a 90-minute massage for $115 and a 120-minute massage for $145.
Reviews for Greeley massage therapists
Mark W.
Great massage will definitely hire again in the future
High Altitude Health COHigh Altitude Health CO
Thumbtack Customer
Willow is one of those hard-to-find therapists who listens and then focuses on what you ask, instead of giving a cookie-cutter massage. Her varied techniques, including in-motion massage, felt beneficial.
Willow Cooper Barton, LMTWillow Cooper Barton, LMT
Thumbtack Customer
Michelle's work is amazing. She works with the individual needs of the person she is with. I asked for an intuitive massage therapist and that is what I got. I will be going back to Michelle many times.
Centered Mind TherapiesCentered Mind Therapies
Carrie D.
Owen is nothing short of AMAZING!!! Cannot day enough about his professionalism, pricing and flexibility of scheduling. Came right to my house on short notice and performed a TOP-NOTCH deep tissue massage. Highly recommend!
Front Range MassageFront Range Massage
James R.
Owen was patient and was able to find my every trigger point. My back is more relaxed than before. If you need a professional massage Owen is definitely the right person, I will be setting up more appointments with Owen in the near future.
Front Range MassageFront Range Massage
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