Massage Therapists at the Oxford Club Spa & Salon
Carolina Gosselin - Born and raised in France, Carolina then relocated to New York where she was certified in Shiatsu. 10 years later, to increase her repertoire of bodywork techniques, she attended massage school. Utilizing her extensive massage experience Carolina mixes different techniques to achieve results desired by the client (including Reflexology which she is Nationally Certified). Her style is therapeutic, precise, nurturing, and deeply relaxing. Those with neck issues, pregnant women, people with sensitivities or just those who are going through a hard time love her work.
Elania Layman - Elania has an Associates Degree in Occupational Studies for Massage Therapy and has been practicing massage for over 12 years in the Denver area. With many modalities to offer clients and an array of tools under her belt, Elania's specialty is increasing the immune system, balancing the nervous system, and leaving clients in a much more complete state than when they arrived. Clients are sure to leave lighter and feeling wonderful. This is key to one's overall health. Elania will cater to whatever pressure is desired during your session and bring you back to complete balance.
Michael Livesay - Michael has practiced massage therapy at the Oxford since September 2002. He is a graduate of Boulder College of Massage Therapy. Michael specializes in Neuromuscular (Deep Tissue) therapy that addresses the underlying conditions of alignment between the muscles and the skeleton. His work is very treatment -oriented, seeking to touch into the client’s areas of bodily tension and pain to release the unbalanced patterns that cause stress and injury. With advanced training and experience with Zen Shiatsu acupressure and Thai Massage, there is a strong energetic component that is integrated into all of his bodywork.
- Amy Schmidt is a Licensed Massage Therapist with over 10 years of experience. She graduated from the Denver School of Massage Therapy and is a member of the American Massage Therapy Association. She has also participated in the Colorado 9 news Health Fair. Amy has treated patients in a variety of scenarios including; Car Accident Victims, Athletic Injuries, Physical Therapy Patients, and Stress. Her clientele ranges from infants to the elderly and from blue collar workers to celebrities. No matter your stage of wellness, Amy believes massage is a key part of the healing process. Amy hails from Potter, Nebraska and she enjoys camping, boating, spoiling her nephews and nieces, and college football (Go Big Red!)