Rob, LMT Rob in an LMT with over 20 years of experience. He infuses various techniques in his therapy including; myofascial release, muscle energy techniques (METs), active isolated stretching (AIS) and a host of other treatment-oriented bodywork including (but not limited to) trigger point therapy. Rob is also skilled in Swedish massage, hot stone, pre-natal and reflexology work, and has received additional certification in therapeutic medical massage and Bowen therapy. Additionally, Rob served our country in the Air Force for six years, as an Areo-Medical Tech. After honorable service, Robert worked with a prestigious Neurological firm, and as an EMT providing service to various communities throughout the 5 boroughs in New York City. Rob is now devoting himself full time to his dream to regenerate and rejuvenate the health and wellness of every customer that comes to see him. His smile and sense of humor are infectious.
One of Chris’s greatest passions is helping others achieve better health. Chris graduated from the Colorado School of Healing Arts in 2004. He uses deep tissue, neuromuscular, cupping and reflexology techniques to help his clients find pain relief, increase range of motion, improve posture, and ultimately enhance their quality of life. Chris believes in a holistic approach and works with clients to determine the appropriate use of hot/cold therapy, essential oils and other modalities to advance pain relief and healing. Additionally, as a Master Herbalist, Chris has written articles and blog posts on nutrition, wellness, and herbal medicine, as well as hosting a radio show for 5 years called Growing Your Health. This holistic approach and Chris’s desire to continue learning and finding new pathways to wellness, has built Chris an outstanding career in massage therapy.
Born in Brazil, from a young age music has been a big part of Ana’s life. Through music, Anna discovered the healing arts and set off on a journey with a passion that led to massage therapy. After attending various workshops on yoga, meditation, and breathwork, she found herself at the Colorado School of Healing Arts, where she graduated with extensive knowledge in bodywork. Ana’s practice specializes in deep tissue massage, trigger point work and stretching. She is also skilled in using a lighter touch when needed and enjoys the journey of healing with each client. Ana’s goal is to help each massage client reach optimal mobility so they can have a more enhanced quality of life and mind.
Tamera focuses on the client as an individual. She tailors each session towards relieving pain and postural imbalances, using varied techniques based on the clients’ needs and preferences. Tamera attended Southeastern School of Neuromuscular and Massage Therapy, where she graduated as valedictorian in 2006. Her specialty is Neuromuscular and Trigger Point Therapy and she is adept in Deep Tissue, Medical Massage, Sports Massage, Therapeutic Hot Stone, Myofascial & Positional Release, Neonatal Massage and Structural Integration. She has over 13 years in the industry and has experience with everyone from teachers and actors to professional athletes and Olympians. Tamera believes in staying up to date on new research and techniques and is always looking to further her knowledge.
Ammon loves helping people at all stages of their journey towards a healthier, happier body! A graduate of The Colorado School of Healing Arts, he has training in modalities such as Swedish, Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular, and Sports Massage, as well as being Pre-Natal certified. Ammon believes that every body is unique and as such each one deserves a massage best suited to their needs. He is a versatile therapist who believes an integrated, client-driven approach is best, and is always looking to provide each client an experience that will leave them smiling when they get off his table.
Bill began his career interning as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning coach at Southern University while attending Louisiana State University, later earning his certification as an NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Since then, Bill has utilized a wide array of tools and techniques at his disposal to help his clients develop a better functioning, better feeling body. Also a Certified Personal Trainer, Bill brings a diversity of experience and knowledge from his time in the corporate wellness, physical therapy, and chiropractic industries. Bill’s passion is fueled by a fascination with the scientific mechanics of the human body, and the sense of gratification he feels in helping clients improve their lives through building physical confidence and capability. He also enjoys sharing the knowledge behind his techniques. Outside of his career, Bill enjoys snowboarding, running (up to10k’s), Thai Kickboxing, video games and music.
Justin loves working with people. When he helps relieve pain or tension from a clients’ body, he enjoys seeing the smile on their face after the session. Justin was Valedictorian of his graduating class at the Aveda Institute in Denver. His “toolbox” contains a variety of massage techniques, including hot stones, cupping, Swedish, deep tissue, and active-assisted stretches. Justin believes every client is different and every session should be client-centered. He is passionate about his career and wants to work with a large scope of clients. Justin’s passion outside of massage is football. He loves anything about the sport: playing, watching and studying the game. Justin wants to eventually coach football part-time someday.
Will began his career as a healthcare professional, after graduating with a Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training (ATC) from Neumann University. As an ATC, Will was trained in many areas from injury prevention, to clinical evaluation/diagnosis to treatment and rehabilitation, and much more. From there, he worked for NovaCare Rehabilitation with middle schoolers to Division I athletes. Will later began working as an Orthotic technician, while going to school for massage therapy. After relocated to Denver from Philadelphia, Will is excited to find himself practicing at Littleton Massage and Sports Recovery. In his free time, Will enjoys yoga, cycling, resistance training, hiking, skiing, gardening, tea, cooking, brewing kombucha, and eating a primarily plant-based diet.
LMSR’s front desk staff goes above and beyond to be sure every client has an excellent experience at our office. Their professionalism, attention to detail, commitment to a sterile office and their support of the therapists is essential to our daily operations. Simply said, they are the backbone of Littleton Massage & Sports Recovery, and they love working with our clients. Gayla has been working in our office since February 2019. Simply said, we would not operate with the level of excellence and integrity we do without her constant care and contributions at the office. “I love talking with our clients about their specific issues and knowing that our therapists can absolutely help them feel amazing!” ~Gayla
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LMSR’s front desk staff goes above and beyond to be sure every client has an excellent experience at our office. Their professionalism, attention to detail, commitment to a sterile office and their support of the therapists is essential to our daily operations. Simply said, they are the backbone of Littleton Massage & Sports Recovery, and they love working with our clients. Besides working with a great team, I love seeing our clients come out with the relief they need. From Sports Recovery to Massage, you can get preventative and restorative care for the average daily muscle/ stress relief to the active athlete. The staff really cares about each other and everyone who comes through the door. It’s a great place to be!
No. LMSR’s memberships are month to month and do not have a contract or enrollment fee. We only ask you to fill out a 1-page auto withdrawl agreement. In the event you want to cease autopays for the reduced rates, we ask for 14 days notice. Other than that, our memberships are a win-win!
While we do not accept insurance at our clinic, we are able to provide you detailed receipts and progress/S.O.A.P. notes for you to submit to your insurance. These are also acceptable to lawyers in the event of a car accident or other situation requiring proof of injury and treatment.
Most of our clients opt to wear their typical gym clothes for a sports recovery session. You are in a public room, so clothing is required, though for any shoulder or leg issues, we do recommend sports bras, tank tops and/or shorts. All of our massage therapy sessions take place in private rooms. You are asked to undress to your comfort level. For most, this is either naked or leaving on some undergarments. Your comfort is the most important thing!
LMSR is a family friendly environment. We welcome children as young as 9 for sports recovery. The recommended age for starting massage therapy is 16. Our recommendation for minors under 18 is that a parent join them for the appointment. A parent/guardian signature is required for any treatment.
No. However, you may request for your Massage Therapist to wear one.
Yes. Our therapists are all licensed professionals who will help you determine the best path to optimal relief or function. At your first appoinment, you will be required to fill out some medical history and then you will have a short consultation with them before your service to discuss the desired outcomes of your session.
Sign on incentives, free massages and a 401K are just a few of the perks when you work for our incredible clinic.