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Integrative Health and Wellness

Integrative health and wellness is an approach to healthcare that combines conventional mental health care practices with complementary and alternative therapies, emphasizing the integration of physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. This holistic approach recognizes that individuals are complex beings with interconnected aspects, and it aims to address health on multiple levels to promote overall well-being.


Psychotherapy, also known as talk therapy or counseling, is a therapeutic process that involves a trained mental health professional helping individuals or groups to explore and understand their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. The goal of psychotherapy is to improve mental health and well-being, address emotional challenges, and facilitate personal growth. Psychotherapy can be beneficial for various mental health concerns, including anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship issues, and more. It provides a supportive environment for self-exploration, self-awareness, and the development of coping skills.

If you're struggling with past or current trauma, anxiety, people-pleasing behaviors, ADHD, or attachment wounds, you are not alone. Together, we will explore the root causes of your challenges, cultivate self-awareness, and develop practical skills to cope with distressing symptoms, regulate emotions, and build healthier relationships.

Telehealth services are provided in: Colorado, California, Nevada, Texas, and New Jersey
In-Person services are provided in: Colorado


Experience the transformative power of a 1:1 mindfulness session designed to bring tranquility and focus to your inner self. In this personalized session, you will embark on a journey of self-discovery and relaxation guided by a seasoned mindfulness practitioner. Through gentle meditation, breathwork, and mindful awareness exercises, you will cultivate a sense of presence, letting go of stress and connecting with the present moment.

Immerse yourself in a serene environment where the practitioner tailors the session to your specific needs and goals. Whether you're seeking stress relief, improved concentration, or simply a moment of peace, this 1:1 mindfulness session provides a dedicated space for self-care and holistic well-being. Discover the art of mindfulness as a tool for enhancing mental clarity, emotional resilience, and overall balance in your life. Embrace the opportunity to nurture your mind, body, and spirit in this personalized journey towards inner harmony.

Swedish Massage

Massage therapy is a hands-on therapeutic practice that involves the manipulation of soft tissues in the body, such as muscles, tendons, ligaments, and connective tissues. The primary goal of massage therapy is to promote relaxation, reduce muscle tension, and improve overall well-being. There are various styles and techniques of massage, each with its own specific focus and benefits. Some common types of massage include:

Swedish Massage: This is a gentle, relaxing form of massage that involves long strokes, kneading, and circular movements. It aims to promote relaxation and improve circulation.

Deep Tissue Massage: This technique involves applying more pressure to target deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue. It is often used to address chronic muscle tension and injuries.

Sports Massage: Geared towards athletes, sports massage focuses on preventing and treating sports-related injuries. It may involve stretching, compression, and other techniques to enhance athletic performance.

Massage therapy can have various benefits, including stress reduction, improved circulation, pain relief, increased flexibility, and enhanced relaxation. It is often used as a complementary therapy for managing a range of conditions.

Neuromuscular Massage Therapy

Neuromuscular therapy is a specialized form of massage that focuses on the treatment of trigger points and areas of muscle tension related to the nervous system. It is often used to address specific pain patterns and musculoskeletal imbalances. Key features of neuromuscular therapy include:
Trigger Point Identification: NMT practitioners identify trigger points, which are hyperirritable spots in muscles that can cause pain and referred sensations. These points are often associated with muscle knots and tightness.
Precise Pressure Application: NMT involves applying precise pressure to trigger points to release tension and alleviate pain. This pressure may be static or applied in a rhythmic manner.
Postural Assessment: Practitioners may assess a client's posture and movement patterns to identify imbalances and areas of muscular dysfunction.
Stretching and Soft Tissue Manipulation: In addition to direct pressure, NMT may involve stretching and soft tissue manipulation to improve flexibility and release tension.
Pain Management: Neuromuscular therapy is commonly used for pain management, especially in cases of chronic pain conditions, muscular injuries, and postural issues.

Hot Stones Massage

Hot stone massage can relieve pain and tension in muscles due to the combination of massage therapy and heat. Applying heat to an area of the body helps increase blood flow in that area, which improves healing. The heat from the stones can also help increase blood, which can hasten the healing process and lessen swelling and inflammation. It also aids in the release of toxins, improves circulation, and calms the nervous system. (Aromatherapy included and/or by request)