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Lisa Moore, Licensed Massage Therapist
Lisa is a Licensed Massage Therapist specializing in Myofascial Release, Neuromuscular Therapy, and Trigger Point Therapy . She has a beautiful daughter who is pursuing cosmetology and enjoys spending time with her family. You can frequently find Lisa riding her bike to work, hiking, and weight lifting. She enjoys keeping a healthy and active life style. ... more
Lisa is a Licensed Massage Therapist specializing in Myofascial Release, Neuromuscular Therapy, and Trigger Point Therapy . She has a beautiful daughter who is pursuing cosmetology and enjoys spending time with her family. You can frequently find Lisa riding her bike to work, hiking, and weight lifting. She enjoys keeping a healthy and active life style.
Her passions include rehabilitating individuals who have suffered an auto accident and especially working with people who have chronic pain issues such as migraines, tingling in the fingers, and pain in the lower legs. Lisa graduated from the Center for Advanced Therapeutics and has had a passion for massage therapy from a very young age. She was frequently massaging friends and family from around the age of ten and has carried her passion for helping people achieve pain relief through her career. After graduating Massage school, Lisa underwent an additional 750 hrs of training in Advanced Neuromuscular Therapies in order to learn more about the body’s biomechanics and how to better treat chronic pain.
Caring for people with posture-related pain is another area of Lisa’s expertise. “When I see someone jogging, with one leg slightly turned out, all I can think is, 'I can help you with that'!”. Proper posture is a very important part of having a healthy body and correcting postural distortions is one of Lisa’s many strengths. “I look forward to helping you on your journey to health and wellness.” Contact (303) 946-5884 to schedule a massage with Lisa Moore today!
I started giving family members massage when I
was about 10 years old. I remember rubbing my grandmother's back and
neck, and walking on my great uncle's back to help them feel better. All
my life I would give friends & family massage on their backs, heads, feet;
whatever was achy. When my own daughter was about three, I was working
part-time in retail. I was giving a co-worker a shoulder rub and she
asked why I wasn't doing that for a living. It was because I had never
occurred to me to pursue massage as a career path until then! After researching several schools, I attended
Center for Advanced Therapeutics because of their focus on medical-based
massage. After going through the basic course to get licensed as a
massage therapist, I continued on and took an additional 700+ hour class on
advanced neuromuscular techniques. I use a combination of deep tissue,
trigger-point therapy, neuromuscular and myofascial release to help my clients
feel better. I believe every body can benefit from massage.
Most of my clients start to see me to help them get out of some type of
pain. I continue to see them to assist them in keeping their bodies
working well. I also help athletes and weekend warriors with
injury prevention. Improving and maintaining good posture is also
something that I work with my clients on. I am very fortunate to rent an office in the Cashin Chiropractic
building. We're located in the Uptown neighborhood in Denver, between
17th & 18th Avenues and about a block east of Park Avenue West.
There's free two hour parking available on the street. My knees were not agreeable to long distance running so I picked up
cycling. I've always enjoyed riding my bike. In August of 2015 I
completed my first Century Ride (100 miles). I also enjoy hiking,
snowshoeing, dancing, knitting, volunteering, and reading. Sonja is my
sweet lab mix. She is certified as an emotional support animal and my
goal is to get her certified as a therapy dog and get her canine good citizen
certification. Sometimes I even bring her to the office with me. hide
Lisa uses a variety of techniques including deep tissue, neuromuscular and myofacial release to relieve both muscles and connective tissue below the surface. Through a variety o... more
Lisa uses a variety of techniques including deep tissue, neuromuscular and myofacial release to relieve both muscles and connective tissue below the surface. Through a variety of specific techniques, she will stretch and repair the connective issue between your muscles (fascia) to help your body heal properly from injuries, restore range of motion and release old, inhibiting muscle patterns. less