Echo Haines

Your Body is the biggest investment that you will ever make in your life, take care of it.

My name is Echo and I love being a massage therapist because I get to help people feel better.  I attended Cottonwood School of Massage Therapy, graduated in 2003, and have been practicing massage ever since. My certification includes Swedish, Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular massage, and Trigger Point Therapy.  I later continued my education in CranioSacral Therapy and PUSH therapy, and have incorporated it into my practice. I have worked with Physical Therapists, Doctors, and Chiropractors, so I ...

My name is Echo and I love being a massage therapist because I get to help people feel better.  I attended Cottonwood School of Massage Therapy, graduated in 2003, and have been practicing massage ever since. My certification includes Swedish, Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular massage, and Trigger Point Therapy.  I later continued my education in CranioSacral Therapy and PUSH therapy, and have incorporated it into my practice. I have worked with Physical Therapists, Doctors, and Chiropractors, so I am very familiar with working with injuries, and I provide a treatment that is tailored to your specific needs.  I am very passionate about my work and enjoy helping people relieve their stress and pain, and I would be honored to help you relieve yours!  You'd be surprised at how quickly we can work together to make measurable improvements, let me show you what reclaiming your body and your sanity feels like.

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Where I Work
Available Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Licenses
Massage

CO # MT.0005126

Education
2003

Cottonwood School of Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy

Experience
Bodywork

Swedish Massage

  Relieves muscle tension with a light to medium pressure by stimulating blood circulation, releasing toxins in the muscles, and relaxing patient with a soft soothing touch.  Swedish massage uses smooth, long connecting strokes, with some circular motions, and kneading of the superficial muscles and tissues.  If this is your first experience with massage then Swedish is a good place to start.

Deep Tissue Massage

Works through muscle tension with similar strokes as used in Swedish Massage, but with added pressure to work deeper muscles and connective tissues. Strokes are slower, deeper, and concentrate more on specific areas of discomfort.  Deep Tissue is helpful for clients with chronic pain, injuries, or general pain complaints.  Due to the nature of this type of massage, possible soreness may occur for 1 - 2 days, but the benefits are long lasting.

Neuromuscular Therapy

Combines Deep Tissue and more advanced Trigger Point Therapy to relax  the muscles.  Trigger Point work involves releasing specific points in the muscles by compression techniques. These points in the muscles are the cause of direct pain and referral pain. Trigger Points constrict movement of the muscle, thus leading to pain patterns such as headaches, numbness and tingling, weakness and atrophy of the muscle, etc.

 CranioSacral Therapy

This therapy encourages the health and wellness of the centeral nervous system by using gentle techniques to realign the craniosacral system, which surrounds  and protects the spinal chord and brain. It runs from the top of the cranium down the spine to the sacrum (or tail bone). When the craniosacral system is restored,  the central nervous system is free of restrictions, and your body can begin to heal itself. This therapy is done with patient fully clothed, lying on thier back.

REVIEWS for my Bodywork services

by Emerita on Jan 27
She helped me.
by Steve on Jan 20
Excellent massage! She really worked on solving the issue I was having and I felt great afterwards. She definitely knows what she's doing and cares about her work.
by Anonymous on Jan 15
Friendly, professional and good at what she does!
by Linda on Dec 22
First: kept all interactions confined to one room so I did not have to interact with anyone but Echo during my visit which among COVID times is very much appreciated. Echo gives a very professional massage with amazing skill at taking care of what hurts. She is also very attuned to your comfort. If I said "that hurt" she immediately stopped and approached it in a different way so as not to cause pain, yet could still work on the problem. I waited too long to seek help for my problems: much due to covid. I feel SO much better and have already scheduled a second visit with Echo to keep working on my issues. Things are not completely fixed in one visit. Not the fault of the massaging person, yet a fault of how long we live with our pain and keep ignoring it, because " muscles have memory" and want to go back to where they were, even if it isn't beneficial to our body. Therefore, adjust your body with a massage before your muscles want to stay in that hurtful position! I believe that Echo can fix my issues if I keep going to her. And, I will!
by Anonymous on Nov 05
This was my second massage with Echo, and I enjoyed both massages very much. I struggle with tension in my neck and shoulders and her technique (especially in the neck area) helped me feel relaxed and completely addressed the tightness and soreness I had been feeling. I'm looking forward to my next massage!
by Anonymous on Sep 10
One of the best I’ve ever had!
by Carol on Sep 01
I know that I’ll always receive a great massage wether it’s for relaxation or because of stress and tension.
by Karen on Aug 21
I love that Echo offers craniosacral therapy and she's super close to where I live! Echo, thank you for getting my body back in order. I'm looking forward to my next visit. :)
by Corey on Aug 20
I left feeling amazing, no lingering tension
by Tracy on Aug 12
She's the best!

SPECIALTIES: Bodywork and Massage techniques I perform

Bodywork & Massage

  • Therapeutic Massage
  • Craniosacral Therapy

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