Massage in Boulder

Massages don’t just feel great, they also provide excellent recovery assistance for athletes. Getting a regular massage once a month or more can help you reduce soreness and risk of injury, while increasing mobility so you can perform better. Massage services are available to members and non-members.

Benefits of Massage

  • Improves performance
  • Breaks up muscle adhesions and spasms
  • Reduces inflammation and soreness by improving circulation and removing lactic acid buildup and cellular waste
  • Feels great and reduces stress hormones
  • Increases blood flow and circulation
  • Speeds injury recovery time and prevents injuries
  • Helps to undo chronic muscles imbalances
  • Increases range of motion

How Often Should I Get Massages

Just like when you get the oil changed and the tires rotated regularly on your car, it’s important to focus on your body’s needs. Yes, exercise is taking care of your body, but you also need to address the muscles, connective tissue and joints that are keeping you moving. Complete the circle: train hard, eat well, get sleep, and get bodywork to keep your body running well for as long as possible.

At least one bodywork session a month is ideal for the weekend warrior athlete looking for routine maintenance and to remain injury-free. If you have a chronic issue, once a week for at least 3-4 weeks will get you back on track toward a better functioning body that’s prepared for whatever you need.

Booking a single massage or follow-up

Massage is available 6 days a week at Boulder’s CrossFit Sanitas. We’ve designed our schedule so that you can book as early as the same day. Don’t see something available at the time you need? Give us a call at 303-449-4635 and we’ll do our best to get you in as soon as possible!

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Individual Pricing Options

Book online or at the front desk or call 303-449-4635.

Book Now  30-Minute Massage: $45

Book Now  60-Minute Massage: $85

Book Now 90-Minute Thai Massage: $125

Book Now 90-Minute Massage: $125

Book Now 120-Minute Massage: $160

Techniques and Conditions We Specialize In

Our techniques and scope of practice are by no means limited to the items listed below. If you have questions about whether or not our services can benefit you, please call 303-449-4635 or email

Meet our therapists

Abby Murphy – LMT


  • Neuromuscular Therapy
  • Deep Tissue
  • Trigger-point Therapy
  • Sports Massage
  • Myofascial Release
  • Prenatal
  • Swedish
  • Advanced Light Swedish
  • Palpation and Anatomy
  • Range of motion
  • Muscle Energy Technique

After many years of schooling, in education, english, science, and the culinary arts, Abby longed to connect all her passions and start a career that would improve her own life and the lives of others. She has been living with severe chronic neck and back pain for years, due to sports injuries and car accidents, so began a journey to achieve total health and wellness through a wide range of modalities.

She started healing through exercise, healthful eating, live music, time in nature, etc., but it wasn’t until a bad car accident in 2017 that she found massage. This was a huge missing piece to her wellness puzzle! Abby was astounded at the mental, physical, and emotional relief from a single session, and by the third, was convinced that massage was a true way to allow the body to begin healing itself.

Abby graduated from The Colorado School of Healing Arts in 2018 and specializes in neuromuscular therapy. This type of restorative and therapeutic massage can help break down adhesions and cause lasting relief from pain. Her ultimate goal is to help stimulate the healing process for any individual who has a desire to improve their state of wellness!

She is at CrossFit Sanitas Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays and you can book with her online or at the front desk.


Caleb Sanderson– LMT


  • Sports Massage
  • Swedish Massage
  • Myofacial Release
  • Trigger-point
  • Strain/Counter Strain
  • Specific pain and injury treatments for a variety of conditions

Caleb has a background in a variety of sports, including climbing, gymnastics and running. He has climbed for over a decade, and coached and trained climbers for six years. His background as a coach and athlete informs his practice, helping him ascertain which muscles are becoming over- or under-activated by certain activities. The emphasis of his sports-orthopedic training focuses on restoring balance in the body to accelerate recovery, reduce pain and prevent injury.

He is at CrossFit Sanitas Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays, and you can book with him online or at the front desk.