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Sheila Sale, a Colorado native, is a Licensed Acupuncturist and a Registered Massage Therapist in the state of Colorado. She is a Diplomate in Oriental Medicine; this certification includes an in-depth, comprehensive understanding of acupuncture, its adjunct therapies, and Chinese herbal medicine. She earned a Master of Science Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine in the spring of 2009. Sheila has completed additional training in TCM Advanced Diagnosis and Differentiation, TCM Nutrition, Ethics, and health issues and that are most commonly associated to our lifestyle here in the US. Sheila is trained to organize relief efforts and to give acupuncture treatments and support for community trauma in the face of natural or other disasters.
Sheila graduated with honors from the Massage Therapy Institute of Colorado in 1996 and is also a Nationally Certified Therapeutic Massage and Bodyworker and a level II Reiki Practitioner. Her massage experience inspired her to educate others; she has been teaching massage therapy and human sciences for 5 years of her career.
Sheila is also a therapist and group discussion facilitator at Quiet River Addiction Center, helping to treat addiction and supporting sober living. She leads weekly group discussions and offers massage, Chinese herbal medicine, and acupuncture to those seeking sobriety at the center. Please contact Quiet River Addiction Center directly for more information about treatment for addiction.
Sheila offers free treatments to Veterans at Rocky Mountain Roots Community Health, where she gives acupuncture and massage to active, retired and discharged
Veterans. She is a 37 year American Legion Auxiliary Member and proud to be from a long lineage of men and women who have honorably served.
Nancy had a traditional career for over two decades and then experienced Thai Massage in 2009. A few months later, she took Thai massage training in order to learn the techniques and subsequently attended massage school in Denver in 2011. After graduating, she began working at a wellness center part-time. She is looking forward to working in Aurora as well. Currently, she continues to study Eagle Claw Kung fu and Kuntao Silat, two different martial arts traditions that require strength, flexibility and stamina. She is a lifelong believer in the power of enjoyable exercise to keep the mind, body and spirit young and strong. Nancy is also a graduate of a 200-hour yoga teacher training program and believes that yoga is a tool that is universally beneficial to all. She practices Astanga yoga on a regular basis.