Our Massage therapists provide a unique session is tailored to fit your individual needs. If you like a light relaxing Swedish style, a Deep tissue massage, or something in between, you’ll leave feeling relaxed and rejuvenated. In addition to soothing sore muscles and helping to alleviate pain, massage can help soothe depression and anxiety, improve sleep, boost immunity, beat PMS, raise alertness and curb headaches. Massage can also help you deal with stress.
Did you know that stress causes more that 60% of all diseases and illnesses, including chronic fatigue, headaches, heart disease, digestive disorders, weight gain, immune system depression, muscle tension, premature again, impaired brain function, and much more? We can even become numb to our stress. As our stresses continue to grow, our bodies can get accustomed to it. However, that does not mean that it isn’t taking an effect on your body.
Come in for a massage and let the troubles of the world slip away as you enter into a world of bliss and healing.
LaRissa Felt, Licensed Massage Therapist
LaRissa grew up in North Dakota and attended college in Sioux Falls, South Dakota with a Bachelor’s Degree in English from the University of Sioux Falls in South Dakota.
During that time she spent a semester in Australia, studying design and the beach culture. After graduation, she moved to Virginia. Not finding my passions in the East Coast either, in 2010, she moved across the country once more to attend the internationally recognized Boulder College of Massage Therapy, from which she received over 780 hours of training and graduated with honors. In the process, she says she found home.
LaRissa says, "Colorado provides the perfect backdrop for all the things I love: sunshine, backpacking, playing outside, photography, adventures, playing the ukulele and delicious vegetarian food. In addition to massage, I get to fulfill my passions for natural health and helping people by working as a Chiropractic Assistant at New Leaf Chiropractic.
Currently I am loving my life in Longmont with my husband, our two cats, Freyja and Jay, and our Tortoise, Aesop."