Aaron Adams, Owner, CMT
Aaron has been a massage therapist since 2005 when he graduated from the Boulder College of Massage Therapy (BCMT). Along with over 1200 hours of training in manual therapy, Aaron also has a BA in Exercise Science emphasizing in Sports Medicine and has experience as a certified personal trainer.
As Owner of Whole Body Health Center, Aaron’s intension is to assist each client in relieving stress, reducing pain and correcting musculoskeletal dysfunction. These goals are complimented by the dignity, respect and compassion he brings to each massage session.
Aaron is continually intrigued by the body and its holistic wisdom. He believes in the body's ability to heal itself and that massage is one of the many paths to restoring health and wellness to the body. Aaron's calm presence and reverence for the body allow for a therapeutic and nurturing experience. His massage style combines deep relaxation as well as treatment-oriented work. This includes specific stretches with focused strokes to release areas of tension and dysfunction. He uses techniques such as Myofascial Release, Sports Massage, Neuromuscular Therapy and deep tissue Swedish Massage to restore optimum function and movement throughout the body.
Aaron is dedicated to personal wellness. As a competitive cyclist and avid skier, Aaron is particularly sensitive to the needs of athletes. He understands the challenge of balancing part time athletics with a full time personal and professional life. He strongly believes that massage therapy can play a vital role in overcoming that challenge through its ability to reduce recovery time, prevent injuries and maximize performance.
Dawn has been on the Whole Body Health staff since 2007. She began her work at Whole Body Health as a massage therapist for 2 years before transferring to her current position as the wellness center manager. She has been a massage therapist for 11 years and still practices in her spare time. Dawn has a vast array of knowledge about massage and bodywork that she combines with her customer service skills. She is happy to help answer any questions clients’ may have and can help guide them to a particular therapist that will best meet their health and wellness goals.
Bob graduated from Heritage College’s Massage Therapy Program in 2011 with over 1200 hours of training and an Associates of Occupational Studies Degree in Massage Therapy. Straight out of school he began focusing on the clinical aspects of massage therapy and its ability to jumpstart the body’s natural ability to heal itself. Through a focus on Swedish to relax the body, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point and Neuromuscular work to help the body recover from chronic conditions such as low back pain, neck pain and TMJ pain, Bob works to help people recover from and remain free of chronic pain. “The body’s natural ability to heal itself is truly amazing. I can think of no better profession than helping people achieve a state of sustainable health.” He is a firm believer in educating clients as a means to help them work through chronic issues as well as prevent further problems. His calm, relaxed and focused presence is an ideal fit for bodywork and the education of our clients.
Bob has lived in the Lakewood/Golden area for 13 years and enjoys hiking, painting and spending time with his wife Amber and their two children, Tobias and Aven.
Ellen Carroll, LMT
Growing up with a passion for dance, Ellen’s interest in body movement, stretching and alignment was honed over many years as a student of tap, jazz, ballet and acrobatics. Her experience as a dancer, along with a holistic approach to health and well-being, serve as a foundation for her massage therapy practice.
Working with a diverse group of clients Ellen encourages each individual to take an active role in improving their health and well-being, to be present in the moment, and create a balanced life through the mind, body, spirit connection.
Massage sessions include an evaluation of a client’s physical issues, personal requests and techniques that involve stretching and lengthening muscle fibers and increasing oxygen and blood flow in order to relieve, and ultimately eliminate tension and pain.
Ellen is a member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals, and a 1998 graduate of the Center of Advanced Therapeutics. She is certified in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular therapy, Myofascial Release, and Pre-Natal massage, and her continuing education courses include advanced Neuromuscular therapy, Raindrop Therapy technique, Hot Stone massage, and Reiki (including Chakra clearing).
Ellen holds a BA in fine arts from Metropolitan State College and enjoys painting, reading, yoga and spending time with her family.
Diana became a Certified Massage Therapist in 2008 and has been refining her talent since. In 2010, Diana graduated from the Colorado School of Healing Arts where she received an Associates of Occupational Studies. She is registered with the state of Colorado and a member of ABMP.
Diana uses her training, experience, intuition and energy to guide your body to healing itself. She integrates intuitive energy techniques with therapeutic bodywork as needed in her sessions. Diana partners with her clients to support their own body-mind's wisdom towards their wholeness and healing. Her intuitive and integrative approach to massage & bodywork, creates the space for your body, mind, spirit and soul to unwind, release and heal.
Specialties include Lymphatic Drainage, Cranial Sacral Therapy, and Reflexology. These modalities are typically included in Diana's integrative approach along with Polarity, Body Centered Therapy, Swedish, Neuromuscular, Trauma Touch and Healing Touch massage. You may also request that your session be devoted to a specific healing issue or specialty area.
Craig graduated with his Master of Science in Oriental Medicine, Southwest Acupuncture College May 2009. The degree program includes 3045 hours of training in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs but it also includes over 600 hours in Bioscience as well as over 1140 hours of clinical experience. Craig is a Diplomate of Oriental Medicine by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and holds a current license in the state of Colorado.
Craig Fiorini has training and experience in the recommendation and application of such adjunctive therapies as Chinese Herbal Medicine, Moxabustion, Cupping, Tuina, and Gua Sha. These therapies are recommended and applied based on Traditional Chinese medical concepts.
Patrick is a graduate from the Colorado School of Healing Arts. He attended High Point University and received a bachelor’s of science in Sports Medicine. His main focus of massage is Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Sports massage, Neuromuscular Therapy, Trigger Point Therapy, Inter-oral Techniques, and Swedish. He is registered with the state of Colorado and a member of ABMP.
Patrick has lived in Colorado for 12 years. He spends time with his lovely wife, Michele, and their two kids, Avery and Bennett. Patrick is an avid runner but also likes to spend time outside doing a variety of different activities in all the seasons Colorado has to offer.
Whether clients seek massage therapy for the relief of pain or stress, recovery from injury, or to sustain heath and wholeness, Patrick assists clients into a state of greater balance. He provides a safe place for clients to experience the connection of their body, mind and spirit and to feel their interrelationship.
Haley is a hardworking and genuine massage therapist who graduated from The Colorado School of Healing Arts. Through her training, Haley has learned an array of techniques that encompass a whole body approach towards wellness. The tools she has acquired include Swedish massage, Deep Tissue massage, Neuromuscular therapy-including Trigger Point Release, Sports massage, Diet and Nutrition, basic Lymph Drainage, and Healing Touch; her comprehension also consists of a wide range of knowledge with the anatomy and physiology of the human body. Haley also has the desire to return to school in the future. She plans to further her education with the Healing Touch program and Aromatherapy.
Haley believes it is important to approach each client with the sincerest intension to help, and massage is profound work that promotes the facilitation of healing. Haley feels it is imperative to educate clients to bring self-awareness, in order for clients to meet their wellness goals. The combined efforts of skills, investment, and massage techniques will ultimately allow the clients' body, mind, and spirit to ameliorate. Her admiration for this work ignites the passion truly needed to help people.
Haley grew up in the beautiful state of Colorado, and lives with her husband and daughter. She enjoys running and painting in her spare time. Haley looks forward to continuing the development of her skills, and expanding as a massage therapist. But most importantly, she strives to assist in bringing a better quality of life to others with massage therapy.
780 Simms Street
(Concentra Medical Building)
Golden, CO 80401
The Whole Body Health Center is located on the southeast corner of 8th Avenue and Simms Street. From the 6th Avenue exit onto Simms Street, go north 2 blocks to 8th Avenue.
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