Take the hassle out of holiday shopping! Gift certificates make a perfect gift for both the recipient and the gift giver. Who wouldn’t love to receive the gift of health and wellness? And what could be easier than ordering a gift certificate online or by phone? Our website www.cnmtmassage.com offers buyers a secure transaction with Paypal plus the choice of a 30, 60, or 90 minute massage or a dollar amount.
But, if you call us at 303-777-1151 or stop by our office during business hours to purchase gift certificates, just mention the December Newsletter to receive 20% off an additional 60 or 90 minute gift certificate after the first at full price. We can email or snail mail certificates to either you or the recipient(s).
We also accept SpaFinders gift cards so be sure to let your loved ones know about us if you choose to gift with SpaFinders.
Also, as you may already be aware, we have some excellent massage therapists newly on staff with us here at Center for Massage Therapy.
Lisa Scott has been in practice for nearly 15 years. Her specialties include myofascial release, lymphatic massage, and Healing Touch.
Janet Shipman has been providing massage for 20 years. Her specialties include neck and back treatments, neuromuscular therapy, and reflexology.
Cara Flacke has been practicing massage since 2010. Her specialties include Thai Massage, Cranial Sacral, and Trigger Point Therapy.
Tamara Stevenson has been providing massage for over 10 years. Her specialties include intraoral and TMJD treatments, psoas muscle treatment for low back pain, and neuromuscular therapy.
For more information about our therapists, visit our website at www.cnmtmassage.com.
Why give the gift of massage therapy?
Therapeutic massage can help relieve certain common physical problems, and help bring the body back to optimal functioning. It can also be an important adjunct to a fitness or sports program, helping achieve performance goals with minimum injury and pain. Massage therapy is effective in combating the negative effects of aging noticed in the middle to late years of life. It helps keep body tissues and basic functions in a more youthful state. Additionally, therapeutic massage can help in certain temporary or long-term situations which cause unique physical and mental challenges such as pre-natal care, those with disabilities, and the elderly. Massage therapy is especially beneficial for care-givers, physical laborers, desk and computer workers, and travelers
Happy Holidays to you, our valued clients, from all of us here! Therapists: Kalin Davidov, Elena Paskova, Akiko Patterson, Lisa Scott, Janet Shipman, Tamara Stevenson, and Cara Flacke Office Staff: Carla Miller, Cheri Sargent, and Susan Grubb.