Therapeutic Stretching + Massage Therapy

This 1/2 hour service is performed fully clothed on a massage table with a trained therapist assisting every stretch.

Massage and Stretching 2018

Benefits of Therapeutic Stretching

• Increased flexibility
• Increased mobility
• Increased performance

Stretching right after a massage increases the benefits of massage therapy.  Stretching muscles that have become too tight is an effective way to restore posture, decrease tension in the body and reduce the rate of joint dysfunctions like arthritis.

A ½ hour of Therapeutic Stretching is available after any massage therapy session, chiropractic visit or as a standalone service.

Your Muscles Need to be Stretched

Moyer Total Wellness is a great place in Denver to get stretched out after your massage.  Having your muscles stretched out feels great and is very beneficial to the entire body.  Getting your muscles stretched restores posture and balance to the body.

Your muscles need to be stretched.  Your body is an amazing machine.  It is built to be in motion.  The moving parts of your machine often need a tune up.  Stretching our muscles reduces tension in the body which can relieve pain, increase performance, and slow down the aging process.

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.