• Sciatica

  • Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

  • Carpel Tunnel Syndrome

  • Restricted Range of Motion

  • Sports / Personal Injury

  • Chronic Pain

  • Headaches

  • Postural Assessment & Correction

  • Stress Relief


  • Neuromuscular Therapy

  • Trigger Point Therapy

  • Myofascial Release

  • Sports Massage

  • Structural Integration

  • Thai Massage

  • Reflexology

  • Muscle Energy Technique

  • Positional Release

  • Manual Lymph Drainage

Eli Becker, Licensed Massage Therapist

Eli sees the body as an interconnected web, with every part effecting the whole. He is fascinated with the healing potential of the human body, and dedicated to helping his clients find the most efficient and effective ways to harness that innate power and unlock their highest potential.

Eli became interested in the healing arts after a trip to India to study yoga, Ayurvedic medicine and meditation in 2009. Upon return to the States, he graduated from an 850 hour massage program in Colorado, and since then, has continuously furthered his massage training in a variety of modalities. Currently, Eli is studying at Southwest University of Naprapathic Medicine, where he aspires to earn the degree of Doctor of Naprapathic Medicine.

Eli's sessions are safe for everyone, young and old, and are always a blend of many different modalities customized to the clients' specific needs and desires. Frequently, his massages will be "Thai style", which means the client will be wearing loose fitting clothing, and the treatment will be more active than a normal Swedish massage, incorporating movement and stretching combined with elements of deep tissue and structural alignment. He also offers relaxing and therapeutic un-clothed massages, excellent for decreasing stress levels and stimulating the parasympathetic nervous system. He has received extensive training in biodynamics, anatomy and postural assessment, so he excels at getting to the root of a physical issue and doing targeted work to correct that issue.

"Stagnation in the body leads to dysfunction; by creating openness and movement in the those stagnant tissues, the body will heal itself and the disfunction will go away. This also requires real motivation to heal. It can be difficult to change our bodies and our habit patterns, but it is always possible. Receiving bodywork can be a path toward personal growth and evolution." - Eli Becker