Bodywork

Massage and in-person yoga classes are not available at this time.
The state of Colorado has mandated that massage therapy services cease until April 30th.
Please take advantage of our free online classes at this time and donate what you can if you have the financial freedom to do so.
With or without compensation, these offerings will go on!

Sessions will soon be available in Alamosa, Center, and in the comfort of your own home once again.
Prices vary based on modality and location:
Use the promo code “New Client” and save $30 on your first session!
Details & Booking Available HERE


Dana Ripley graduated from the Colorado School of Healing Arts in Lakewood, CO, where she was trained in swedish massage, deep tissue, neuromuscular, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, postural analysis, sports massage, and polarity energy balancing. Dana earned her massage license in the fall of 2014 and immediately began her professional practice as she continued her studies at Samadhi Center for Yoga and Meditation in Denver, where she was trained in hatha yoga, vinyasa, restorative, yin yoga, breathwork, yoga nidra, ayurveda, yogic philosophy and a variety of meditation techniques. Blown away by the ease and effectiveness of yoga and massage when practiced together, Dana became passionate about the art of integrative therapy and has continuously sought out additional training and education in natural, holistic methods for healing and transformation of body, mind, and spirit.

While growing her private practice along the Front Range, Dana worked in a variety of healing centers where she was able to connect with and study under several mentors who taught her how to facilitate additional modalities, such as self-hypnosis, transformational breathwork, sound healing, social meditation, kirtan, shamanic journeying, and ecstatic dance, all of which she pays forward through free community workshops.

All of Dana’s work is aimed at empowering the individual to maintain their own health and wellness while bringing people together to support one another in the flowering of human potential.