Christine McQuillen uses integrative massage, a combination of deep tissue, neuromuscular, joint range of motion techniques and myofascial release to facilitate positive changes in people's lives. Her therapeutic massage will help reduce stress, increase range of motion, reduce pain in muscles and joints, and improve function and posture.
Stefan Paulsson is from Sweden, and was schooled and trained at the prestigious Axelsons School of Healing Arts in Stockholm, Sweden. He has over 25 years of experience as a massage therapist. Stefan specializes in modern Swedish Massage techniques along with Soft Tissue Release, Cranio Sacral, and Sports Stretching.
Caila Booth is a Licensed Massage Therapist, who studied massage at Sheridan College, Sheridan Wyoming. With five years in the field, she has worked in a wide variety of environments including five star spas, chiropractic offices and even a luxury dude ranch in the heart of the Big Horn Mountains. Caila uses a combination of Swedish relaxation with deep tissue and sports massage techniques to personalize an hour to two hour long massage to fit nearly anyone's specific needs. As a runner, she understands physical pain from exercise and what a relief massage can be by decreasing pain to increase performance and overall health.
Susanna Kallenbach graduated from Colorado School of Healing Arts in 1998, and has over 20 years of experience in Massage Therapy. Having worked with chiropractors for ten years, she gained experience in injury work and sports massage. Susanna is also trained in Cranio-sacral therapy. Her intention is to provide a unique and personalized massage for each client.
Susanna strives to provide muscle release, increased range of motion, decreased pain and tightness, and deep relaxation by using various modalities such as myofascial release, deep tissue, medical massage, cupping, sports massage with stretching techniques, Swedish, and Healing Touch. It is her goal to empower each client with knowledge and practical application of sustaining a healthy musculature while offering options to obtain that goal.
Susanna believes that as we become more aware of the body/mind connection, we can implement daily habits to help ourselves maintain a more relaxed and less stressed body. In a world of increasing technology use and increased stress levels, Massage Therapy is a very important piece of maintaining good health.
Anitra Rieck studied massage therapy at the Crestone Healing Arts Center in Crestone, CO, where she gained the essential tools needed to alleviate a vast amount of issues. Since then, she has spent 16 years in the massage field, with a particular specialty for hip and glute work.
These years in the industry have allowed Anitra to perfect her abilities to alleviate bodily pain and discomfort, relieve muscle tension, restore range of motion, and provide relaxation. Her treatments include raindrop therapy (including nine essential oils) as well as deep tissue, sports, shiatsu, and prenatal massages.
Having lived in this city since she was five years old, Anitra has seen Denver grow exponentially in conjunction with her massage career. In addition to her career in massage therapy, she also enjoys attending concerts and dining at Denver's finest vegan restaurants.
Andrea graduated from the Colorado School of Healing Arts. She is committed to providing integrated client-centered massage to assist with overall health maintenance. Andrea uses a variety of massage practices to provide each client with what they need/want. Andrea blends Swedish deep tissue massage with muscle energy techniques for a relaxing overall experience as well as relaxing over-worked, tired or injured muscles. Andrea personally experienced the benefits of massage after a fall caused constant knee pain and plantar fasciitis. Massage therapy eliminated the pain and her passion is to offer such relief to as many as people as she can.
Ashley received her training and graduated from Colorado School of the Healing Arts. Her goal is to tailor each massage session to her client’s needs and requests, personalizing the experience for every individual. Her approach to body work is integrating Swedish, Deep Tissue, and Myofascial release style massage while also combining Neuromuscular, Sports Massage, and stretching to promote pain and tension relief followed by deep relaxation. Additionally, she is skilled in prenatal, hot stone, and aroma therapy massage.
Christy is a Colorado native, but received her massage training from East West College of Healing Arts in Portland, OR, graduating in 2008. She is licensed and specializes in a Swedish Deep Tissue fusion massage as well as Pregnancy, Chair, Trigger Point, and Hot Stone massage. She has been with Whole Health Center since 2010. She works with patients who are athletes, pre and post-natal, going through cancer/disease treatment, or anyone who just needs some therapeutic work done or wants help to relax. She is interested in alternative medicine and is working towards becoming a Naturopathic Doctor in the future. On the side Christy is a group fitness instructor teaching aqua, Yoga, Pilates, functional strength, cycle, and of course, a self treatment technique called MELT which she also brings to Whole Health Center. Her goal is to have her clients leaving feeling better than when they came in.
Prior to joining Whole Health Center in 2012, Deb earned her BA in English at Cedarville University in Cedarville, OH and began her massage studies at Wellness & Massage Training Institute (now Cortiva Institute) in Willowbrook, IL. She enjoyed being able to learn about many types of bodywork through the extensive elective choices available. A session with Deb is therapeutic, incorporating many of the things she has learned, not only in school, but through other therapists, as well as continuing education and extensive reading.
Peter Wanczyk studied massage and received an Associates of Occupational Studies in Massage Therapy at Heritage Collage. He always wanted to help people, especially with chronic pain and headaches. He applies deep tissue, trigger point therapy, cross fiber friction, and myofacial techniques to alleviate headaches, pain, and injuries. Peter also does prenatal massage, sports massage, aromatherapy, and swedish for relaxation. He will continue learning through classes and experience to better help people in the future and continue to be passionate about helping people with pain, injuries, and just daily stress.