Sali Leonhart has opened a therapeutic massage practice in Grand Junction, offering her clients a range of massage modalities as well as other treatments.
Therapeutic Massage is located at 609 North Ave., Suite 3.
Leonhart is a graduate of the Utah College of Massage Therapy, where she completed 815 credited hours and 119 clinical credited hours.
She’s licensed to practice as a massage therapist in Colorado and Utah.
While in college, Leonhart worked at National Football League lockout camps and assisted at various marathons in the West doing body work for athletes and training professionals. Leonhart also served as an intern for the U.S. Speed Skating Team at the Olympic Oval in Kearns, Utah.
Leonhart’s practice in Grand Junction offers a variety of massage modalities: cranial sacral, injury rehabilitation, movement and structural, Russian, Shiatsu, Swedish and trigger point. She also offers acupressure, hydrotherapy and reflexology.
“We tend to forget that with our bodies we can get better or we can get into a fog of only knowing pain that we have to live with,” Leonhart said.
“By changing our mentality from ‘I’m always going to hurt’ to one that embraces feeling better through changes in lifestyle that promote healing instead of pain, all of us can begin to work toward a painless body. And massage is a key element of that process,” she added.
For additional information about Therapeutic Massage, call Leonhart at 241-3407 or visit her new clinic.