Hot Stone Massage

Hot stone massage is a modality that involves the application of warm stones to the skin.  Massage stones are smooth, heat-retaining, versatile tools.  Large round stones can be placed stationary on the body.  Small flat stones can be combined with long gliding strokes.  And pointed stones can dig into the tight parts of the body, such as under the shoulder blade or between the ribs.

Hot Stone Massage with Stone on BackHeat therapy is a common remedy for muscle stiffness, body aches, and emotional stress.  When a hot stone is placed on the skin, the blood vessels expand and send nutrient-rich blood to the muscles and bones.  A well-nourished body is a relaxed body, and the warmth of a hot stone massage can offer that benefit.

How Are Hot Stones Incorporated?

A hot stone massage, despite its name, doesn’t have to involve stones for the entire massage session.  You can request to have stones used the entire time, or you can have them intermittently added throughout your session.  Book a hot stone massage today with one of our talented massage therapists!


Avoid hot stone massage if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Hypertension
  • Diabetes
  • Heart disease
  • Varicose veins
  • Numbness
  • Tumors
  • Metal implants
  • Hypersensitive skin

Very Important: Please discuss the type massage your are expecting when you schedule your massage. This will ensure we match you with the most appropriate massage therapist for your needs. Each massage therapist at Moyer Total Wellness is very experienced, but also very different.

We require a Credit Card on file to schedule a massage or any service at MTW. If you need to reschedule, please notify the office at least 24 hours prior to your appointment start time to avoid the Late Cancellation Fee. To schedule an appointment, please call us at 3037569355. Members can also request an appointment online now!

We are conveniently located near 1-25 & Colorado, about 1/2 mile North of I-25 at the SW corner of Colorado Blvd. & Louisiana in Denver, just south of the Cherry Creek area, near Bonnie Brae, Wash Park, Observatory Park, Denver University, and Cory Merrill.