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We would be happy to chat!

** New Clients Please Note **
I am happy to chat with you about your bodywork needs before you book anything.
BUT
If you are reaching out to schedule an appointment, I’m going to direct you to my online portal.
It knows my schedule better than I do most days. Plus it has up-to-date availability,
and will automatically prompt you with the intake forms and COVID waivers that I need for your file.
So schedule there as a new client to save time (and trees, yay!), and I’ll see you soon!

Phone:
970-591-3659

We don’t have a front desk staff here at Summit. It is just me (Rachel). So the phones are a bit slow around here.  Texting is usually a faster bet, as we can fire off exchanges between appointments instead of play phone tag all afternoon. Shoot me your questions and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can.

Opening Hours:
Sun   10a-8p
Mon   10a-8p
Tue   2p-8p
Fri   10a-8p

Location:
6436 South Quebec St, #110A
Centennial, CO 80111

If you have never been to our office before, keep an eye out for the automated confirmation email when you book your first appointment. It contains directions to the studio and a photo of where to find us.

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