We will be adding more Therapists back to our schedule over the coming weeks. Thank you for your patience.
If you have noticed something special about Renew, it is truly our unique staff and the expertise they bring. We strive to give our clients the best possible experience and offer a unique service menu. We have 100 years of combined experience among our group!
Kayla (Kay), LMT
Kay Grayson graduated from Emily Griffith Technical College and is currently a licensed massage therapist in Colorado. Kayla found her passion in massage therapy to provide comfort and relief for her sister, who is diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Her enthusiasm for massage shows through her focused style. She specializes in working on the neck and shoulders, and is determined to help relieve tension headaches and poor posture. She prioritizes mental health and wellbeing through naturalistic means, providing a different option for a person’s health. She also specializes in integrative massage, hot stones, and deep Swedish.
On her free time, Kayla enjoys drawing and graphic design, going to concerts, watching movies, and spending time with friends and family.
Aleeta graduated from the Center for Natural Wellness School of Massage and has been practicing full time since 2008. Her philosophy is that the more bodywork you receive, the better you are able to detect when you need attention on specific areas. This also helps the body and mind connect so we can truly appreciate how they affect one another. This can then empower us to more proactive in learning how to take care of ourselves.
She believes that everything we do in our lives has the potential to create repetitive stress on our bodies and minds, and just the act of allowing time for self-care can help people figure out the puzzles of their daily actions and the postures it creates. Part of her treatment process is listening to what a client requests and intuitively working out the patterns by using her knowledge and experience to see how the body responds. Her specialty is the neck, shoulder, jaw, upper back, and arms, but looks forward to the opportunity with whatever is presented to try and bring healing and relief.
Aleeta believes in helping people find their path to wellness one massage at a time.
Emily (Em), LMT
Emily graduated from the Emily Griffith Technical College Massage Therapy Program in 2019. She excelled as a student and worked on clients in the school clinic, practicing a variety of techniques and modalities including deep tissue, prenatal, cupping, hydrotherapy, and hot stones. Emily also has a Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy from Fort Lewis College where she discovered her interest in ethics. She believes that we cannot be our best without taking care of ourselves physically, mentally, and emotionally, and believes that massage can play a significant role in bettering all of these areas of our lives.
A typical massage with Emily includes a mixture of slow, relaxing techniques combined with deeper, more specific work on focus areas. If you’re looking for an overall feeling of deep relaxation but still want that knot that’s been bothering you worked out, Emily is the therapist for you. She allows her intuition and compassion for her clients to guide her through each session and makes informed and thorough treatment plans unique to each client’s specific needs.
When Emily is not giving a massage, you can find her on a mountain or lounging in one of her many flower or vegetable gardens.
Nikki, LMT, Medical Massage Practitioner
Nikki began her career in caring for people as a Home Healthcare Nurse. For 5 years she nursed patients with ailments including MS, heart disease, and quadriplegia. In 2006 Nikki attended Collinson School of Therapeutics and Massage in Colorado Springs receiving 1000 hours in a year. She continued her education with a Medical Massage Certification from LMT Success Group. Her work experience includes both spas and chiropractic offices. In her spare time, Nikki enjoys the outdoors with her dog going on hikes and to the dog park. She has picked up snowshoeing as a hobby this year.
- Medical Massage – Performed with the intent of improving conditions or pathologies diagnosed by a doctor.
- Cranial Sacral Therapy – Gentle, noninvasive form of bodywork that addresses the bones of the head, spinal column, and sacrum.
- Deep Tissue – Deep pressure is applied to benefit chronic muscle tension.
- PNF Stretching – A set of stretches used in a clinical environment to enhance both active and passive range of motion.
- Hot/Cold Stone Massage – “Thermotherapy” includes hot or cold stones to enhance your massage session. Heat for deeper tissue penetration, Cold for decreasing inflammation.
- Sports Massage – Alleviates stress and tension which build up in the body’s soft tissues during physical activities. Reduces injuries, alleviates inflammation. Including but not limited to stretching and deep tissue massage.
- Aromatherapy – The use of essential oils penetrates the air and body to enhance a feeling of well-being.
- Pre/Post-Natal Massage – Focuses on relaxing the expectant mother of sore or tense muscles.
Ali, LMT, LAc, Dipl Ac
Ali grew up in a family that had a strong belief in natural health. Her grandfather was an herbalist and organic grain farmer (retired) and had instilled the foundations of seeking natural cures first; as someone who had spent a lot of time meditating with the Earth, he always reminded me that we have been provided everything we need to have optimal health.
Upon graduating 15 years ago, Ali started her career as a therapist working in Germany at an R&R program for active-duty military stationed overseas. After a couple of years out of the country, she felt strongly pulled to come home to pursue an acupuncture education and completed studies at the American Institute of Alternative Medicine in 2011. Since then she has been practicing both modalities.
Ali likes to support and empower people to listen to their own intuition and to assess their personal healing needs through education and getting in tune with the body. She believes through a little education and outside help, you can tap into powerful self-care. As a provider, she deeply understands anxiety, moods, addiction, and pain. Her massage focuses on identifying trouble areas in the muscles, postural holding patterns, emotional stresses and work-related muscular usage using various techniques including acupuncture, gua sha, deep tissue massage, acupressure, hot stones, and cupping. She loves working with people, and gets excited about helping them achieve their optimal health.
Ali has helped a lot of athletic clients, has worked with a lot of clients recovering from hip surgeries, and has developed a passion for working on hips and legs. Even in clients without noticeable issues in these areas, she has noticed that the legs don’t complain much, but they always say “thank you.”
Adrianne began her journey in bodywork when she was just 18. At the time, She wasn’t sure why she was being led to the healing arts, but a constellation of fates seemed to guide her in that direction. As it turned out, Adrianne discovered she had the ability to be extremely present with her clients, attune her touch with above-average intuition, and facilitate a deeply peaceful environment. Above all, she fell in love with the work! Adrianne received her certification from Healing Hands School of Holistic Health in Southern California and has worked in exceptional clinics across Southern California, the Bay Area, and Colorado. She’s been blessed with the opportunity to work with a wide variety of clients and prides herself on her ability to help any person feel comfortable in their own skin.
Adrianne is well-practiced in many modalities, including Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, Neuromuscular, Swedish, and Sports, but finds that those who like a slow, deep, and connected massage are her most consistent clientele. She continues to believe in massage because of the obvious healing power she has witnessed in her clients, and also because of its irreplaceable role as the oldest healing modality in the world. Adrienne feels blessed by being able to offer her time and talents to the world of hands-on healing.
As a native of Colorado and the Front Range, Anna has been inspired by the natural beauty of our state to achieve a life of wellness for herself and those around her. After earning her undergraduate degree at CU Boulder, building a successful career in the organic produce industry, and living abroad for five years while earning a graduate degree, she decided to pursue a hands-on skill. Massage therapy enabled her to be creative and active while continuing to focus on her own health, the health of her community, and the health of the planet. Anna is constantly expanding her toolbox of massage therapy skills but specializes in Swedish, deep tissue, prenatal, lymphatic drainage, neuromuscular therapy, and range of motion. She also integrates modalities such as myofascial release, motion palpation, hot stone, sports massage, body scrubs and has experience working with children and seniors. Anna is personable and passionate about her clients and works to ensure each session is an authentic, productive experience that will guide the body toward balance and healing.
RheAnnon, LMT, Assistant Manager
RheAnnon is a Licensed Massage Therapist who graduated from East-West School of Integrative Healing Arts in 2011. Early in her career, RheAnnon was passionate about massage as a means of pain relief that could help people avoid becoming addicted to pain medication. Now, she more fully appreciates the larger scope of healing and wellness that massage provides her clients; from simple relaxation to pain relief to balance the mind and body.
She has advanced training in Thai Massage that provides the skills to increase range of motion, stretching and compression to deep muscle structures. RheAnnon customizes each massage to fit her clients’ therapeutic needs.
MODALITIES: Swedish, Shiatsu, Sports, Deep Tissue, Table Thai, & Reiki
SPECIALTIES: Soundtrack therapy (picks the “right vibe”), Low Back, Shoulders, & Legs
Natalie, LMT, Supervisor
What I care about when you come into my treatment space is knowing what will support you. Do you need a space of time to not talk or churn through thoughts about your life, but deeply relax and BE in your body? Are you experiencing real physical discomfort and relief would allow you to be more present to your day? Is there some aspect of your existence that you need to sort through without anything else being asked of you? There is space and support on my massage table for all of these. During sessions, I blend my modalities and life learning to attend to your particular frame of being, according to what you communicate. By the end of your treatment, my aim is for you to feel more relaxed and able in your body.
I am certified for the following and my sessions can incorporate any of my modalities:
•Lymphatic Drainage Massage
•Cranial Sacral Massage
Matt, Operations Manager
Alicia, LMT, B.S., Owner
Alicia is the Owner of Renew Massage Studio, LLC, and is passionate about providing excellent therapeutic massage services to our community.
Alicia received her professional massage therapy certification in 2005 from the Southwest Academy of Natural Therapies in Grand Junction. Alicia also has a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Science from the University of Florida.
Alicia practices therapeutic and treatment based massage, focusing on individual aches, pains, and tension areas, and using her intuitive and compassionate nature. She believes massage is very important for physical and emotional health and well-being. She incorporates a combination of techniques including Swedish, Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular, Sports Massage, Trigger Point, and Stretching into each massage depending on the individual needs of each client. She is also trained in Hot Stone Massage, Cupping, and Prenatal massage for expecting moms.
She also enjoys spending time with her family and enjoying the great outdoors of beautiful Colorado.
Alicia is currently off the schedule so she can focus on the business.
( Photo credits: Michaela Joy Photography)