Juliet Wagner, Licensed Massage Therapist
I completed my massage training at the Denver Integrative Massage School in December 2013. Prior to that, I worked at Naropa University, a Buddhist-inspired, accredited university in Boulder, Colorado. I also lived at the Tassajara Zen Mountain Center for almost 3 years, immersed in Zen monastic practice. During that time, I learned a lot about gourmet vegetarian cooking, slowing down, and noticing the world around me.
When I became a massage therapist, I knew that I wanted to include elderly clients in my practice, and for the first four years I balanced my massage practice with work for Windhorse Elder Care as a Basic Attender and Team Leader doing in-home elder care. I am passionate about ensuring that our elders receive quality companionship, care and understanding, and have experience working with clients with a wide-range of issues such as depression and anxiety, Alzheimer's and other dementias, Parkinson's disease, the effects of stroke, mobility issues, multiple sclerosis, edema and other aspects of "aging." I have great respect for how challenging the aging process can be, and feel blessed to be able to bring a listening ear and gentle hands to my clients.