It’s free with no obligation to hire
Hired 3 times
5 years in business
(Mountain Time Zone)
Mon - Fri
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
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Swedish massage (standard),
Deep tissue massage,
Hot stone massage,
Love the massage,location even better,like to support local family businesses,highly recommend her as a well qualified therapist. Will be back real soon.May 23, 2015Verified
Mary did a fantastic job of pinpointing my problem and did an amazing amount of work in the 30 minute window...She is very caring and listens. I highly recommend her, very warm, but professional...May 9, 2015Verified
I am extremely fortunate to have found Mary. Every visit with her I leave my appointment physically reset and better! As an avid runner and self-torture (HUMOR) based individual I thank you. Over the years I have beat myself up, but you have helped me with every appointment. With the second half of my running season starting up again, I know my appointments will pay for themselves. THANKS AGAIN!!!! ATHLETE's she is worth every minute.Sep 23, 2015Verified
I had a massage with Mary yesterday. I found her to be the perfect blend of deeper work with a relaxing, nurturing touch. It is hard to find that combination. I would definitely recommend a massage with herMay 11, 2015
Mary's unique skill is bringing you not what you want, but what you need. Most massage therapists are hammers looking for nails when there are needy nails aplenty. Her job is to heal you, not scratch wear you itch. Get your mind right, get on her table, and let yourself receive.Mar 27, 2015Mary Geitner, LMT CEIM's reply
Ha! Amelia you're the best...now, people, I WILL scratch you where you itch if that's what you want, to be sure, but I do indeed look at big picture health alongside needy nails so integration, calming the nervous system, full body care is part of the deal ALWAYS. Occurring to me that our injuries are kind of like ski season in a resort town. They are what brings us to the appointment, but the beauty of the town in the other seasons is what makes people want to move there, or visit the massage table regularly. Does that make sense. Gonna leave it anyhow. Thank you for your generous feedback, Amelia!
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?First off: I try to book massages for myself at least two or three times a month; receiving massage keeps me in deeply in touch with the beautiful work we therapists offer, and receiving from different types of therapists keeps me attuned to new techniques and practices. Once or twice a month I also like to watch new or emergent bodywork & massage videos, or checknout online seminars from ABMP. I recently completed level one and two certification in Manual Lymphatic Drainage and I am in the final stages of completing my Certified Educator of Infant Massage training.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?We are all different, and trusting and liking your therapist is big in my book. Many of us have learned the same techniques and most of us are perfectly effective at what we do. How to pick? Well, once you know the work "works" for your body/needs, simply find someone you connect with! Interpersonal compatibility is so helpful. Find a good listener. Find someone who likes to learn and who will show up with that beautiful "beginner's mind" at each session so the work stays fresh, effective, curious and deeply beneficial. Find someone who cares about you in the way YOU care about yourself. If you feel that mind body and spirit are all connected, like I do, find a therapist who shares that belief. No matter what you do, I encourage you to find a therapist who delivers not just hands-on techniques, but genuine kindness and respect for you, your body and your health. When you do, WORLDS can open!
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?First sessions are typically a lot about learning. I'm a huge fan of regular massage. Magic happens when clients come back! Return visits are where the magic begins to unfold...where the conversations about health, goals, wellness, feeling amazing, etc. really grow and deepen.