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Oriental Massage in Loveland, CO
5750 W 10th St #F, Greeley, CO, 80634
1.Oriental Massage Therapy
1714 Topaz Dr # 1001.30 mi Loveland, CO Massage TherapistsMassage Services
HORRIBLE!! Worst place ever, unless you want to be massaged by someone who doesn't speak english and is in her underwear!
2.Oriental Massage Therapy
1402 W Eisenhower Blvd1.26 mi Loveland, CO Massage TherapistsPhysical TherapistsMassage Services
3.Fort Collins Club
1307 E Prospect Rd11.69 mi Fort Collins, CO Exercise & Physical Fitness ProgramsPhysical TherapistsGymnasiumsPhysical Therapy Clinics
The Fort Collins Club isn't just another health and fitness club in Fort Collins. We like to consider the club a community where members are community residents. The Club building itself is the community center. It's the place where people come when they're feeling social and want to have a drink at the bar. It's where they come when they're feeling competitive and want to play their "neighbors" in a pick-up game of basketball. It's where they come to relax in the hot tub or watch their kids have fun in the pool after a long day. Like any neighborhood, some members will be active in the community every day and some only occasionally - but they always know they can find their place in the community when they need it. No matter what their social tendencies are, the Fort Collins Club fits into their lives. The Fort Collins Club is there at 5:00 in the morning for the racquetball fanatic. It's there at 7:00 in the evening for the yoga lover. It's there any time of day for the anxious man or woman who wants a personal trainer to help shed some pounds before the 20-year high school reunion. The Fort Collins Club is there for you. You don't have to totally rearrange your life's schedule to get in a workout or take a class. The Fort Collins Club is truly there to fit into your life, without having to make your life fit into the Club. The Club is open from 5:00a.m. To 10:30pm on weekdays and 6:30a.m. To 8:00p.m. On weekends.
4.Touch of Heaven Chinese Massage
725 S Lemay Ave Suite C-112.42 mi Fort Collins, CO Massage ServicesPhysical TherapistsStress Management & PreventionAlternative Medicine & Health Practitioners
Very tranquil, met with smiling faces, had a great massage, Anna found all those sore and aching spots and worked them out
5.Touch of Heaven Chinese Massage
725 S Lemay Ave Suite C-1 ,,12.42 mi Fort Collins, CO Massage ServicesAlternative Medicine & Health PractitionersMassage TherapistsStress Management & Prevention
WHAT IS TRADITIONAL CHINESE MASSAGE? In the Tang Dynasty (618-907 AD) it is recorded that there were 56 massage doctors in the imperial hospital. More than the total of herbalist and acupuncturists around the time. Chinese massage is closely related to acupuncture in its use of the meridian system and is considered to be effective for a similar range of health problems. It is an effective and comprehensive therapy and considered one of the fundamental arts of traditional Chinese medicine. Combining massage with herbal medicine has great benefits. Massage can enhance and speed up the action of herbal remedies. The liniments, oils, etc. used in massage provide an additional channel for the herbs to work. Chinese techniques were imported to japan and eventually gave rise to Japanese Shiatsu. Later still, Peter Henrik Ling learned from Chinese masters before developing Swedish massage the origin of Western bodywork. Buddhist and Taoist adepts used massage as an essential support to their spiritual yoga. It is widely practiced and taught in hospitals and medical schools, and considered an essential part of primary healthcare.
6.Whole Body Balance
2995 Baseline Road Suite 11028.80 mi Boulder, CO Massage ServicesAcupuncturePhysicians & Surgeons, Acupuncture
I tried the acupuncture and massage and had a great experience. The place is clean and modern and the staff was great. I highly recommend trying acupuncture if you have never had it. The deep tissue massage was also wonderful.
7.Healing Arts Massage
1116 W Dillon Rd Ste 730.50 mi Louisville, CO Massage ServicesMassage Therapists
Seems like we hit a network glitch.