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Wellness Spots to Check Out in Denver Right Now
Wellness
Published Thursday Sep 13, 2018 by Erica Arvanitis

Wellness Spots to Check Out in Denver Right Now

Acupuncture
Physical Therapy
Massage

With the leaves changing color and cooler weather making a comeback, it’s the season for self-care. Whether it’s a soothing massage to relieve the stress of going back to school, or that new facial you’ve wanted to try out, cultivate your sense of calm with four of our go-to wellness spots in the Denver area. 

 
White Lotus Therapeutics
White Lotus Therapeutics 

If you knead a little TLC from an injury or just some stress relief, White Lotus is all about improving the wellness of your body. Nestled in Sloan’s Lake, White Lotus’ customized massages take a unique approach of looking at the entire body and finding a healing solution based on a biopsychosocial model— focusing on countering daily stressors and educating you on your body.

 

Five Wellbeing Studio + Spa

Five Wellbeing Studio + Spa 

Like a workout for your skin, you can never have too many facials. Located in Littleton, all of Five Wellbeing’s services are rooted in the five elements: water, fire, metal, wood, and, earth. Whether you’re feeling the fire or more connected to metal, get ready to glow with everything from a 25-minute Refresher facial to the *extra* soothing, spirulina-infused Head-to-Toe facial. 

 
Maha Soul
Maha Soul

Searching for some good vibes? Maha Soul is an expert in all things energy. From AromaTouch Therapy using DoTerra essential oils to a traditional Reiki practice, learn to ignite your inner spirit—and shop the fun, funky styles offered at this boho chic, soulful studio.

 
Stefanie Rothert Acupuncture & Wellness
Stefanie Rothert Acupuncture & Wellness

Whether you’re new to acupuncture or are an experienced patient, you’re in healing hands with Stefanie Rothert—a local Arvada meditation guru who has studied intuitive work since she was 15 years old. You can even turn up the heat with Fire Cupping! One of the oldest traditional practices, Rothert uses glass cups and flames to create better suction and remove cold in the body, which is considered to be one of the “evils” in Chinese medicine.

Erica Arvanitis
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Erica Arvanitis
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About the author
A copywriter by day, Erica spends her free time mastering the art of puzzles while forcing her 10-year-old Chow mix to wear sweaters. With experience in PR, social media, marketing, and copywriting, Erica lives and breathes the written word. Warning: don’t test her on Friends trivia - she will win every time.