Venus is a licensed and certified neuromuscular Colorado Springs massage therapist and has been specializing in healing
massage and spa therapies for a total of 14 years. She graduated from the Space Coast Massage Institute in Melbourne, Florida and then went on to obtain her certification in advanced
neuromuscular therapy. She moved to Colorado Springs from Florida. In Florida, she practiced massage in an upscale hospital-owned wellness facility and spa, sharing an office with a team of
chiropractic physicians. There, she performed therapeutic and medical massage.
Venus believes in delivering individualized massage that is customized for your particular needs. She has a knack for immediately finding those problem spots. Once she finds a problem areas,
she uses a unique blend of techniques, such as myofascial release, neuromuscular therapy, positional release, and assisted stretching to coax them into letting go.
Venus loves the outdoors---hiking and gardening are two of her favorite ways to spend her time off. She is in the process of finishing up her Bachelor’s degree in Health Services
Administration and has a special interest in being a part of setting up clinical trials for natural medicinal research studies. In addition to this, Venus also writes for a small newspaper.
Venus is passionate about seeing the benefits of cutting edge wellness care made accessible to everyone so that each person may be able to realize their optimum potential and destiny while
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