Stress-free pricing - $80/hr*
*5 minutes will be added to each person for a thorough cleaning and changeover.
* Increase on hourly rates for events occurring between 9pm & 7am.
** If your event is outside the Colorado Springs metro area, call for a quote.
Mon-Fri: 9am-6pm MST
For on-site chair massage for your Colorado Springs office, please fill out the form below to schedule an appointment or call: (719) 960-4570
LoDo Chair Massage therapists are available 7 days a week, 365 days a year (and after hours upon request) for:
1: CONTACT US Fill out the contact form or give us a call at (719) 960-4570 to talk to someone about your needs.
2: GET A QUOTE We’ll send you a prompt estimate for the corporate wellness service(s) you choose.
3: SCHEDULE Choose the time and date for your on-site chair massage event. Our online scheduling system makes it easy for you and your employees to see and choose from time slots available.
VOILÀ! You’re all set. We’ll match you with one of our highly experienced massage therapists in your city. All that’s left to do is to relax!
Anywhere! The Brookings Institution rated Colorado Springs as the #1 fastest growing city for Millennials. Help keep your Colorado Springs business competitive with work perks like chair massage at the office to help your employeesrelax and rejuvenate as well as reduce stress and improve productivity.
Young employees, as well as the young at heart, enjoy living and working in the Springs so they can balance work and play, making time to hike nearby Manitou Incline or bike through the Garden of the Gods.
Contact LoDo Chair Massage at (719) 960-4570 today to schedule on-site chair massage for your business or event. We cater to Colorado Springs businesses along Pikes Peak as well as those looking to wow guests at event spaces like the Broadmoor.
In 2008, LoDo Chair Massage opened for business in Denver, CO with a mission to spread the benefits of massage therapy at work. Ten years of five-star rated chair massage therapy and corporate yoga has allowed us to expand to 30 major metropolitan areas around the country.
We know corporate wellness. We pride ourselves in delivering outstanding service starting with exceptional customer service from when you first reach out. We’re there with you up until the end of your corporate wellness event to make sure you and your employees are completely blissed out and rejuvenated.
In our modern day world, it’s easier than ever to connect online, but this has come at the cost of disconnecting from our bodies. Many of us often don’t notice the discomfort and stress of the long days at work setting in until we wake up with terrible back pain or get a tension headache that requires taking time off work. A proliferation of new research and countless personal testimonials show massage done right is medicine for mind and body.
Preventative health care measures like massage therapy help reduce work stress, increase productivity, and boost office morale. What better way to show your employees you care for their well-being as well as help them be their best at work?
Our therapists are available in the Colorado Springs, CO metro area for weekly, biweekly, monthly, or quarterly visits. We also offer package discounts for large events, repeat customers, and referrals. Call for a chair massage at your workplace in Colorado Springs, CO. Please reference our client list to see who we've worked with.
Beth began her journey as a licensed massage therapist in 2011, when she graduated from Colorado Institute of Massage Therapy. Prior to that, her career was in the health care industry working behind a desk, in front of a computer. Because of that, she understands the tensions and stress that can accumulate in the body with that type of work. She loves being able to help others release those tensions and much more! In her spare time she also loves gardening and hiking in the mountains around her Colorado Springs home.
For over a decade, Denise has been providing quality massage therapy that is focused on helping clients restore function and mobility. She graduated as Valedictorian of her massage therapy program at Rising Spirit Institute of Natural Health in Atlanta, GA in 2007 and is proud to be a Board Certified Massage Therapist, the highest attainable credential in the field.
Her specialties include: Neuromuscular Therapy, Deep Tissue, Migraine Relief, and Oncology Massage.
Outside of work, Denise enjoys spending time with her husband, Kurt, her daughters, Kennedy & Sophia, and her fur kids. She is a dedicated Girl Scout Troop Leader and enjoys camping, bird watching, and fostering dogs with Starfish Animal Rescue.
Originally from New England, Holly has lived the majority of her life in colorado. After retiring from a lengthy career in real estate, she now enjoys her "second" career as a Licensed Massage Therapist, meeting new clients, and sharing the many health benefits of massage. Her hobbies include lap swimming, hiking, gardening, and caring for her beloved border collie and her calico kitty.
Karen is a licensed massage therapist in Colorado Springs, Colorado certified in Neuromuscular Therapy. She is trained in a number of different massage techniques: Swedish, trigger point release, increasing range of motion, and deep tissue. She blends these techniques to achieve a compassionate approach which integrates your personal issues with her intuition of the best techniques to alleviate those problems. Karen has been practicing massage since 2015 and look forward to helping you.
Karla is a chair massage therapist in Colorado Springs, CO.
Keely is a chair massage therapist in Colorado Springs, CO.
Kelly has been an animal lover since she was very small, with horses and dogs being her favorites! She saw a horse when she was 2 yrs old and she was done! It became all about horses for her! Kelly learned to ride as a child, got her own horse when she was 11 yrs old and has had one ever since (or 2) except for college years. She attended Cal Poly, SLO and graduated with a B.S. degree in Business Admin /MGT and a commission in the United States Army. She spent 23 yrs in the Army Reserves and CAL Guard and worked as a Correctional Officer in a prison for a bit. She didn't feel like her personality fit into this type of work, though. As time went on, she became fascinated with natural health. How does our body work? What can we do for it to enable it to be it’s best and to heal itself? She had many injuries and physical therapists and massage therapists always helped her pain. Kelly wanted to continue the magic and give back. She was encouraged by her massage therapist to attend massage school and with that influence and her desire to study something she was interested in, she attended massage therapy school. It was fantastic. Kelly graduated in the top 5 of her class and is a Certified Neuromuscular Massage Therapist.
Rick Crawford has been a Licensed Massage Therapist for 18years. He is licensed in the state of Colorado as well as portions of Wyoming and is insured through the American Massage Therapy Association. He is a Certified Neuromuscular Therapist with experience in trigger point , sports massage , prenatal massage. Lymphatic drainage and foot reflexology. The majority of Rick's experience has been working with physical therapy clinics and assisting patients recovery from injuries. He grew up as a competitive swimmer and has experience in running trail ultramarathons. He always tries to put himself in the shoes of the client to better understand what muscles to address as per their complaint. Rick always wants to make a positive change in someone’s life and loves when his work doesn’t feel like a job.
Sheila is a graduate of WellSpring School of Allied Health with 750+ hours of massage training. She is a member of Associate Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP). She has certifications in Advanced Reiki and CranioSacral Therapy as well. Sheila also received national certification through the Massage and Bodywork Licensing Exam (MBLEx). She specializes in CranioSacral Therapy, lymphatic massage, Reiki, relexation, and therapeutic massages. Her varied work experience has given her a unique view of how profoundly stress can affect people. Sheila's view on balancing life's issues is simple: In order to be your best, you must make time to take care of yourself every day. This includes physically, mentally, spiritually, and emotionally. Learning to successfully cope with life's day-to-day dramas can be life saving.