Introductions

Hello! My name is Dana Golebiewski and I am a licensed massage therapist practicing in Boulder, Colorado. I graduated from the New York Institute of Massage in Buffalo, NY in 2008 and spent the first 7 years of my career at a comprehensive medical facility. I worked side by side with neurosurgeons, neurologists, physical therapists, chiropractors, rheumatologists, and about 8 other massage therapists with years of expertise. This experience was more than I ever could have imagined. It was as if my exposure to different modalities and cases were fast-tracked. The majority of clients I worked with were involved in a motor vehicle or workman’s compensation accidents. Luckily, the docs I worked with were very holistic in their approach. The majority of my clients came to me to receive bodywork pre-op, post-op, or to try and prevent surgery. I had clients who had degenerative disc disease, spinal fusions, disc herniations, artificial discs, and spinal stimulators. Some also had whiplash, migraines, TMJ dysfunction, Chiari malformations, and little to no range of motion. I will forever be grateful for the experience and knowledge I received while working there.

After Buffalo, I moved to Boston, Massachusetts where I worked at Harvard University. It was a completely different setting than what I was used to but working with teachers, faculty, and staff at Harvard was so much fun and let me dive into a more holistic practice of helping people manage the stresses of work/school/life balance.

I have been living in Colorado since 2018 and love how the community here is conscious around health and wellness. Since moving I have opened my own practice in Boulder that is centered around general wellness, chronic pain, and motor vehicle accidents/personal injury claims. I have found that by using a combination of deep tissue work, craniosacral, stretching, and education, I am able to tailor each visit specific to your needs and create lasting change within the body. It is rewarding to witness changes that happen after long term treatment together.

When I am not working, I am usually outside hiking, mountain biking, or roller skating. Having trails that are so accessible makes it easy to get out for a hike before or after work, or whenever there is free time. A mindful hike is a powerful recharge for the body and soul.

Thank you for stopping by and please reach out if you have any questions about the massage work that I do or if you would like any more information.

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