Therapists

Maggie Burns, L.M.T.

Maggie brings a thoughtful approach to  providing therapeutic touch.  She was a social worker before becoming  a Massage Therapist and learned the importance of self-care.  She dedicates her practice to supporting clients in achieving their session goals, whether those are focusing on functional movement, structural alignment, injury rehabilitation, or relaxation.  She graduated from Massage Therapy Institute of Colorado and specializes in Neuromuscular Therapy, Functional Massage, Myofascial Release Therapy, and Joint Range of Motion.  She believes in having a balance between therapeutic techniques to foster change within the body, while creating a relaxing environment to minimize stress. 

Kim Walker, C.M.T./L.M.T.

Kim graduated in 2005 from The Boulder College of Massage Therapy 1000-hour certification course and has been doing massage full time since. She is highly trained in various healing modalities including Neuromuscular Therapy, Myofascial Release, Zen Shiatsu, and Core Synchronism. Though Kim specializes in postural assessment and corrective, treatment oriented bodywork, she also places great emphasis on the healing benefits of deep relaxation and most often introduces a combination of modalities into each session to both help correct structural imbalances and take her client into deep relaxation where the work will have the greatest impact. “I believe that at the core we each are healthy and happy beings and, no matter what the outward symptoms are, it is essential to focus and build on that health. As a healer I prefer to place my energies into balance, health, and peace in order to help my clients bring these qualities to the surface.”
Modalities: Swedish, Neuromuscular Therapy, Trigger Point Therapy, Myofascial Release, Abdominal Massage, TMJ Massage, Prenatal Massage, Hot Stone Massage, Zen Shiatsu, Sports & Orthopedic Massage. 

Maggie brings a thoughtful approach to  providing therapeutic touch.  She was a social worker before becoming  a massage therapist and learned the importance of self-care.  She dedicates her practice to supporting clients in achieving their session goals, whether those are focusing on functional movement 

Srebrina Mincheva, L.M.T, NBCTMB

Srebrina Mincheva is a Bulgarian born massage therapist and bodyworker. She graduated from Baltimore School of massage in 2010 and has been in practice for over 7 years. Her focus is on therapeutic work including modalities such as trigger point, post injury, sports massage, cranial – sacral, while also incorporating reflexology, hot stone and structural integration techniques. She has furthered her studies in sports massage by taking continuing education on the subject, and is also skilled prenatal massage therapist.

Recovering from a spinal surgery, trying to resolve a migraine or chronic pain, or simply looking to wind down – she can tailor her work to provide you with the massage you need! In her free time she likes to do fine arts and write music, cycle or hang out with her son and husband. She’s currently enrolled in college with the goal to acquire a nursing degree in the future.