Lisa Moore

"What you seek is seeking you." ~ Rumi

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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. 

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

CO # MT.0013842

Education
2001

Center for Advanced Therapeutics

Massage Therapy

Experience
Bodywork

Neuromuscular technique training

700+ hour class on advanced Neuromuscular techniques.

REVIEWS for my Bodywork services

by Bethany on May 16
Excellent! Immediately after the first session I can already feel greater mobility and opening. I'm definitely going back.
by Heather on May 09
Lisa was very professional, friendly, and compassionate. She does a great job of distracting me while she works out those kinks and knots in my muscles. I have never had such a great massage experience as with her.
by Hannah on Apr 27
Great massage! Thank you!
by Anonymous on Apr 19
Lisa works so hard to try to help me with my body issues. She makes such a big difference in my life. Thank you!
by Frank on Apr 13
Best treatment ever! I feel great today!
by Anonymous on Mar 30
Lisa has been a joy to work with and I have been seeing great results from our work together.
by Dale on Mar 25
Lisa has a great soft tissue massage. She can dissolve the knots in my muscles so I can go back out skiing, biking, running, hiking and lift weights.
by Alissa on Mar 22
Lisa is a skilled practitioner, who listens to what I need. She also knows how to read the body and can target and alleviate issues I might not be aware of. I've been seeing her for several years, and my severe back pain has been mostly eliminated, my posture is better, as is my flexibility and overall wellbeing.
by Anonymous on Mar 19
I appreciate how she went into detail about what she was doing and how the body reacts.

SPECIALTIES: Bodywork and Massage techniques I perform

Bodywork & Massage

  • Neuromuscular Massage
  • Trigger Point Therapy

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