Rolfing Myth Series: Myth #3 “I have to do the 10-Series”

Before I start on this little piece, if you’ve never heard of the Rolfing 10-Series, then it is really not a myth to you, but I do invite you to learn more on it if you are curious. You can do so here. Now, if you are somewhat familiar with the 10-Series and/or have at […]

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Rolfing Myth Series: Myth #1 “Rolfing is Painful”

One of the most common concerns I hear from potential clients is that they are afraid Rolfing is going to be painful & too intense for them. Historically, Rolfing was fairly uncomfortable & at times, even painful. However, like any profession, as we learn more over time, we adapt and refine our approach. The largest […]

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Welcome Our Newest Massage Therapist: Abby Murphy!

Hello CrossFit Sanitas! My name is Abigail Murphy and I am a licensed neuromuscular massage therapist — I am so thrilled to be joining your team! I have lived in Colorado for 4 years and have been on a health and wellness journey, looking to a number of modalities, to allow for natural healing. I […]

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Rest: The Toughest Part of CrossFit…and Life

I recently saw a proposition on Instagram: “If you’re so mentally tough, take a rest week.” What if mental toughness isn’t about your ability to go-go-go!  When I watch athletes during the CrossFit Games or at competition, it seems like mental toughness means fighting through at all costs.   But what about that rest week […]

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How to Treat Vertigo Quickly and Easily

Did you know our physical therapist Dr. Nicole Haas can treat vertigo issues? If you (or a friend or family member) have ever had a bout of severe dizziness or vertigo that occurs with positional changes or head turns, you know how scary and debilitating it can be. But did you know that it can […]

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Understanding the Spiderweb within Us, aka The Fascia

“Fascia is your soft tissue skeleton” — Andry Vleeming The fascia, most often overly simplified to be described as our connective tissue, is a continuous structure throughout our body. Think of a spiderweb. The structure of a spiderweb is 3-dimensional. The web matrix is both around the outside, as well as weaving through the inside. If […]

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Meet Emily Wishall: Rolfer at CrossFit Sanitas in Boulder

Emily graduated from the University of Kansas with a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science. Her original plan was to become a physical therapist, so she did a full-time 4-month internship with a physical therapist specializing in myofascial release. This internship is what propelled Emily’s interest in the fascia, the connective tissue or soft tissue skeleton […]

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