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Moyer Total Wellness Team
Our Doctors of Chiropractic work directly with our Massage Therapists to provide you the quickest relief from pain. For more information on why we are the Best in Denver at what we do, consider reading the following pages: About Us, Massage Therapy, or About Chiropractic Pages.
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Randy Moyer, DC – Doctor of Chiropractic and Clinic Director
Dr. Randy Moyer, Chiropractor, is a Colorado Board Certified Chiropractic Doctor graduating summa cum laude and valedictorian from Cleveland Chiropractic College in 2006. Dr. Moyer has experience helping people understand and eliminate moderate to severe pain such as lower back pain, upper back pain, neck pain, and headaches.
Moyer Total Wellness helps prevent disease by addressing the four causes of disease: 1) Poor Nutrition 2) Poor Fitness 3) Chronic Stress 4) Exposure to Environmental Toxins.
Dr. Moyer specializes in two areas: 1) Chronic Disease Prevention 2) Computer Related Postural Disorder.
Computer Related Postural Disorder is a collection of postural changes the body endures from sitting at a computer too long. It is associated with: 1) Tension Headaches 2) Low Back Pain 3) Pain around the shoulder blades 4) Neck and Shoulder Pain.
Dr. Moyer is also a volunteer spokesman for the American Heart Association, most recently appearing on Fox 31 News and 9 News providing information regarding the AHA’s Family Health Challenge. Most notably, Dr. Moyer provided medical testimony to the Colorado State Senate regarding removing Trans-Fats from Colorado Schools. Dr. Moyers’ testimony was pivotal in getting Senate Bill 68 passed.
Danelle Wesley, DC – Doctor of Chiropractic and Soft Tissue Mobilization Specialist
Dr. Danelle Wesley, “Dr. D,” grew up in eastern Wisconsin and moved to Saint Paul, Minnesota to complete her undergraduate degree from the University of MN – Twin Cities. After earning her Bachelor of Science-Kinesiology degree, she began to pursue her lifelong passion of becoming a Doctor of Chiropractic. She graduated cum laude at Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, MN in 2014. Dr. D and her family moved to Littleton, CO in early May 2014. When she isn’t practicing she enjoys spending time in the mountains hiking, snowboarding and exploring with her husband and her maltese-poodle pup named Brody.
Dr. D has experience working with people of all ages, from 2 weeks to 90+ years old. She has a passion for working with athletes of all calibers and all sports. Dr. D is well practiced in correcting and eliminating neck pain, headaches, upper back pain, lower back pain, as well as extremity pain. She specializes in manual muscle release therapy, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM), and works to correct spinal imbalances directly through manual spinal manipulation (adjustments), as well as indirectly through specific muscular release and re-education. Part of Dr. D’s philosophy is that spinal adjustments are significantly more effective if the surrounding muscles are relaxing and firing appropriately. She provides exceptional patient education and home exercise therapy to develop individualized routines, and also reduce the risk of injury.
Dr. D works closely with the entire staff at Moyer Total Wellness to ensure the best possible treatment and experience available. It’s time to take care of YOU – call and schedule today!
Erica Armstrong – Massage Therapist
Hi, my name is Erica Armstrong, I graduated from Denver School of Massage Therapy in 2010. I am the oldest of 5 siblings so I have always had a nurturing side. That’s part of the reason I became a Massage Therapist. I want to be able to help my clients any way I can.
I have a great understanding of how certain postures can lead to pain and tension. I prefer to work on specific areas that may be giving you trouble or causing pain, but I am also great at helping people reduce stress by providing a fantastic relaxation massage.
I am a single mother to a wonderful, and very hyper, 5 year old boy named Cayden. So I understand the need to just slow down and relax sometimes. Doing massage allows me to take care of and provide for my family, while also helping others as well!
Tony Chilleli – Massage Therapist
Tony graduated from the Boulder School of Massage Therapy in 1986 and is our most experienced therapist. Tony offers Swedish, Prenatal, Reflexology, Trigger Point Therapy, Deep Tissue Therapy along with Heat and Cold Therapies. Tony has received extensive training in Shiatsu, a Chinese massage style which balances chi, the life source that permeates our body. Tony developed Migraine, headache and Back pain relief therapy which is extremely effective at relieving migraines, neck pain, shoulder and back pain.
By appointment only
- Migraines & other Headache Relief Therapies
- Head & Neck Specialist
- Upper Body Pain Relief Therapy
- Trigger Point Therapy
- Pre-Natal Massage
- Deep Tissue
Holly Cook – Massage Therapist and Yoga Instructor
Holly Cook, yoga teacher and massage therapist, has had a passion for health and wellness as long as she can remember. Classically trained in ballet from age 5-18, she developed an affinity for anatomy and physiology, and body awareness very early on.
After years of studying yoga, massage and holistic nutrition therapy she was inspired to grow her personal practice from a lifestyle into a career.
Holly combines her experience in yoga and massage to maximize the body’s potential for healing. She uses yoga to assess structural dysfunction, as well as to warm and relax the body in preparation for a massage session.
Her massage practice is therapeutic and treatment based incorporating a combination of techniques including Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, Thai Yoga Acupressure, and Stretching. Each session focuses on targeting aches and pains, and tension areas depending on the individual needs of each client.
As a very intuitive and compassionate therapist, she provides a safe space to let go of anything that is no longer serving the client – whether it be physical, emotional, or cerebral.
Holly graduated from Core Power Yoga Teacher Training in 2012 and from Denver Integrative Massage School – with an emphasis in Thai Yoga Massage – in 2015. She also holds a Bachelors of Communications and Journalism from Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction, Colorado.
From 2012-2014 Holly coordinated the wellness and yoga program at AVEDA Institute Denver leading workshops on yoga, nutrition and Ayurveda philosophy. She also attended the Nutrition Therapy Institute in Denver, Colorado from 2011-2012.
Additionally Holly writes a blog – Yoga + Massage Co – which focuses on daily acts of self-care.
SuBeckah Florczak – Massage Therapist
Su has been providing therapeutic massage for over 14 years. She received her training at Florida School of Massage in Gainesville, Florida where she also obtained certification as a Sports Massage Therapist. At the Florida School of Massage she received training in many of the foundational modalities including Deep Tissue/Connective Tissue, Reflexology, Swedish, Polarity (a form of energy work) and Neuromuscular Therapy. She has continued to develop her understanding of the body and built upon her skills receiving additional training in Pregnancy Massage, Craniosacral, Reflexology and Activated Isolated Stretching. She specializes in injury/rehabilitative massage and delivers integrative therapeutic bodywork. She strives to support her clients with their individual goals of improved health and well-being. Su has an intuitive approach and her extensive knowledge of anatomy and kinesiology allows her to integrate many techniques and modalities to facilitate a relaxing and healing session.
Katrina Jenkins – Massage Therapist
I’m a licensed massage therapist and a graduate of The Massage Therapy Institute of Colorado. Passionate about the healing arts and natural medicine, I have wanted to be a body work professional since I was in my late teens. However, I didn’t actually start doing massage therapy until I was in my late-twenties.
In 2013, I graduated from Towson University with a Bachelors degree in Health Science. My family opposed my keenness for massage therapy and instead persuaded me to go to a four-year university. During my time as a college student, I had been working as a certified nurse’s assistant and was encouraged by family members and school advisors to apply to a Masters Program for nursing. But the truth was that I sincerely didn’t like being a CNA and I had no real desire to further my career down that route. There were certainly aspects of the work that were fulfilling, but I ultimately wasn’t happy. That being said, I didn’t want to disappoint anyone and wouldn’t admit to anyone how I really felt.
2013 was also the year I left my home in Baltimore and started a new life in Denver. Applying for fulltime healthcare jobs in Denver was a fulltime job in itself. Almost every job I applied to needed either five years of experience or a higher level of education. A year had passed when I was not only still a discontented CNA, but I was also battling an illness that had been living with since I was in middle school. In 2014, my life revolved around bulimia and I was sicker than I had ever been. On multiple occasions I had tried to get well, but I relapsed every time. I thought I would never get well. Sometimes I would even feel my chest tighten and feared I was going into cardiac arrest. Thankfully though, I did eventually check myself into a hospital in November 2014 and have been disorder-free since my release in February 2015.
But what does any of this have to do with how I finally got myself into massage therapy? While I was in the hospital (first I was at Highlands Behavior Health, then the Eating Recovery Center), I had finally started to live. I found that I had hobbies and interests that I’d never given my sick self the chance to explore. For the first time in my life I felt like I had an established sense of self! I was excited to be me! And that was when it occurred to me how crucial my career path was to my emotional health. I was healthy, at
peace, and I’d worked so hard to get there. Why would I continue with nursing when it made me miserable? Why would I go through the trouble of going to school again for something I didn’t like? What did I want to do? And that was when I remembered my younger self and what she wanted to all those years ago. I soon started seeing a massage therapist as part of my recovery and was visiting massage schools whenever I got a chance.
It wasn’t long before The Massage Therapy Institute of Colorado offered me a spot on their summer roster even though the deadline to apply had already passed. I had been shadowing in the back of the classrooms in days before they invited me.
I graduated in April 2016 and landed a job at Hand & Stone Massage & Facial Spa a few weeks later. For the last year I have worked with some of the kindest and most talented therapists I know. In addition to that, I’m sure my old sick self would have never imagined that I’d have such loyal clientele. It may have taken nearly a decade to get here, but maybe that’s what makes me love what I do all the more. Sometimes you have to figure out what you don’t want to do first and as frustrating as that can be, I wouldn’t change a thing. I love what I do.
Christina Johnston – Massage Therapist and Yoga Instructor
Christina Johnston was born in Denver Colorado! She has lived in Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park! She has lived in Denver for the last twenty-two years! Christina studied Massage therapy at Boulder College of Massage Therapy and graduated in 2005 with a thousand-hour Certification! After graduation, she built a home practice and worked at Lotus Day Spa in Thornton, Co. In 2011 she began with Kloor chiropractic as well!
In 2015 she transferred to Hand and Stone Day Spa in Cherry Creek! She is now blessed to be a part of the Moyer Total Wellness team! In 2013, Christina expanded her love and knowledge for yoga by earning her 200-hour yoga teacher training certification. She has been practicing yoga for 16 years. She now practices herself and helps others by teaching Ashtanga yoga and poses to incorporate into a wellness lifestyle to ease injury and imbalance. Ashtanga yoga was fathered by BKS Iyengar. It is taught in a format of a spiritual 8 limb path. It incorporates breath, posture, mind/spirit connection and mastery. It is a lifelong practice that she is blessed to be able to share!
Christina’s greatest calling is to produce art. She is in the process of earning her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with Metropolitan State University of Denver. She loves oil painting, sculpture and using found objects to create artistic usable pieces. Christina has a beautiful family! She has two sons and a daughter. Her oldest is serving in the army. Her middle son is graduating high school this year and her youngest daughter is beginning kindergarten this year! She is deeply grateful to have a husband who supports her in the family and with all her dreams and goals!
Christina’s favorite hobbies include yoga, painting, jewelry, cooking, paddle boarding and a newbie snow boarder!
Hannah Marklinger – Massage Therapist
My name is Hannah and I am eager to help you on your path to wellness! I am currently practicing as a Massage Therapist as well as a Teacher’s Assistant for Anatomy, Physiology, & Pathology. Born & raised in Los Angeles, California, I then attended Michigan State University and obtained a BA in Psychology. The mountains were calling my name, so after completing my undergraduate degree, I moved to Colorado and quickly fell in love!
During my education at The Massage Therapy Institute of Colorado, I learned the important of a balanced system in order bring your body to a better relationship with gravity and to achieve your highest level of functioning! Pain and stress, be it physical or psychosomatic, keeps us from optimal functioning. As an anatomist, I look at the body as a fully integrative system of individual muscular & nervous process working together. My approach to the human body is anatomically detailed & clinically therapeutic. I am constantly amazed with the uniqueness of each person and am enthused to explore the cause of an issue and treat it effectively!
By utilizing a combination of specific muscular anatomy and functional relaxation, I am able to customize each session to meet your specific and unique needs!
I focus on Pain & Stress Management through a variety of techniques, including:
- Deep Tissue
- Trigger Point / Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT)
- Myofascial Release
- Craniosacral Therapy (CST)
- Sports Massage
- Joint Range of Motion / Stretching
- Swedish Massage
- Headache & Migraine Relief with the option of Cold Gemstone Face Massage Therapy*
- Hot Stone NMT Integration
- Structural Integration & Pelvic Balancing
- Thoracic Outlet & Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Relief
- Intraoral CST & NMT for TMJ & Dental Trauma
- Full System CST
- Improved Athletic Performance with Sport Specific Focus
- Zoku Shin Do (Japanese Foot Massage)
If you are looking to reduce your pain and improve your relation with your body with a detail oriented, enthusiastic and passionate Massage Therapist, look no further! I look forward to working with you to enhance your personal wellness through skillful, mindful, and detailed massage therapy.
*24-Hour prebook required for Cold Gemstone Face Massage Therapy
Scott Pridgen – Massage Therapist and Yoga Instructor
My name is Scott Pridgen, the human body is a beautiful thing. I am fascinated with how the human body functions, moves, and what we are capable of. This passion is what has gotten me into learning and practicing many modalities of massage as well as yoga, rock climbing, dance, and the ways we move in every day life. My original training was in Neuromuscular Therapy and Sports Massage which has led me to dive further into learning other types of massage. I have studied Thai Massage extensively in Thailand and all over the US and have taught Thai Massage at Narpoa University as well as places all over the country.
Through my study of yoga I was led to the study of Ayurveda, which is at the roots of Thai Massage. This led me to traveling and studying yoga, Ayurveda, and other forms of massage in India, and in the US. Through my studies and experience I would like to bring these wonderful healing practices to as many people as possible. It is such a beautiful thing to help and empower people to live a more healthy and full life. I look forward to each person I am blessed to work with and be able to share something that makes there life better.
Ann Ramos – Massage Therapist
Ann was born and raised in Fenton Michigan, the youngest of 11 children. During her senior year of high school, she started teaching group exercise classes which inspired her to pursue education in health and fitness. She attended Alma College where she achieved a bachelor’s Degree majoring in Exercise and Health Science. Upon graduation, she moved to Houston Texas to work in the employee fitness center at the Enron Corporation where she worked for 10 years. As Assistant Manager of that gym, she did fitness testing, exercise prescription, wellness promotion and educational programming. She was a very active member in the Enron Running Club and often placed in local 5k and 10k races. She has completed 2 full marathons and 37 half marathons.
Ann attended massage school at Healthmasters in Houston Texas and has been a licensed massage therapist since February 2002. She enjoys doing body work on fellow fitness enthusiasts and focuses her work on injury prevention and stress management. Ann is a Reiki Master and practices meditation daily. Both skills have enhanced her personal and professional life. Ann stays up to date in wellness by maintaining her certifications through AFAA, the Aerobics & Fitness Association of America.
Ann’s other interests include Pilates, weight lifting, cardio, trivia, reading, shopping on eBay and following her favorite sports teams, especially the Houston Texans and Detroit Tigers. Cats fascinate Ann and her 3 rescue kitties Armani Canoli and Biscotti help keep her balanced and peaceful.
Ann has been sight impaired since age 3 due to congenital macular degeneration. Her disability is often frustrating but is more often the source of her self motivation, drive and desire to succeed and exceed all expectations. One of her favorite quotes comes from Helen Keller:
“Keep your face to the sun and you will not see the shadows.”
Nicole Morrison – Clinic Manager
Nicole began as a patient at Moyer Total Wellness in 2014, a couple years later, an opportunity opened up and she began working here in 2016. She strongly believes in the power of regular massage therapy and chiropractic care as she’s had first- hand experience in the way it has made a positive impact on her life.
Nicole is a Denver native but an avid world traveler, having visited 33 countries and lived in a few too. Get her talking about travel and she’ll never stop. When she’s not at work, she can be found volunteering at the Zoo, cheering on her favorite football teams (Go Clemson! Go Broncos!), baking, or taking her little dog Chloe to the park.
Daniela Hernandez – Front Desk Coordinator
Daniela was born in California but raised in Denver, Colorado. She is currently a student at the University of Colorado Denver, studying Sociology and Business. She is very passionate about getting to meet new people and getting to indulge in their cultures and backgrounds. In her free time, she spends as much time as she can with family and friends and enjoys the great outdoors. She is very cheerful and delighted to be a part of such an amazing team!