Colleen McManus, Licensed Massage Therapist

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  • Imogen A.

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    Colleen was great! She came to my house and worked mostly on my shoulders and back after I said I had ongoing tightness there. The massage was the perfect combination of depth and relaxation and I feel much looser afterwards. I would definitely see Colleen again and recommend her to anyone!

    Jul 22, 2014
  • Naiya G.

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    Callie is absolutely amazing at what she does and you can tell that she loves it! She not only gives a lot, but you can tell that she gets a lot from this work as well. Professional, dependable, and so caring. AND she comes to you!! I would recommend Callie to anyone and everyone!

    Jul 4, 2014

About this pro

I am a born educator. This is infused into my sessions with clients. I see the whole person in our sessions; muscles, skin, lifestyle, emotional state, living environment. My work creates a salve for more than just soft tissue. The connection and trust my clients and I share.

Years in business

10

Number of employees

1

Location

Albuquerque, NM 87109

Photos and Videos

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    Q & A

    • What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
      Within 30 miles of Albuquerque city limits outcall Massages are: $80 for 60 minutes $110 for 90 minutes $25 for each additional half hour up to 2.5 hours (determined before the massage) For massages between 30-70 miles from Albuquerque, add $20.
    • What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
      I live for Continuing Education. Outside of medical massage, reflexology, and some spa modality courses, I am completing my Masters in Community Health Education in the fall of 2016. The courses and electives of this degree broaden my understanding of public health and the results of lived environments on the human body. I also observe in a Physical Therapy office to cross reference our fields. I look forward to trainings in the Active Release Technique and Physical Therapy school.
    • How did you get started doing this type of work?
      I visited an exhibit of the human body and immediately became enamored. In courses to deepen my yoga practice, I embodied the ability to adjust and heal my own injuries. I wanted to deepen my understanding of the muscular-skeletal system and kinesiology. Massage Therapy was a natural next step. Since massage I have also taken courses in doula certification to better understand the body's needs during pregnancy.
    Coverage Area for Colleen McManus, Licensed Massage Therapist is about 70+ miles of Albuquerque, NM.