Nicol Moorgan NMT CMT CNT LMT
Body Work Education/Experience: In 1989 I began apprenticing with my mentor in Northern California, I decided to attend the Colorado Institute of Massage Therapy in Colorado Springs, CO; a rigorous 1300 hour course with an emphasis on Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT) and Trigger Point Therapy (TPT). I began to direct my focus towards recovery and rehabilitation. I graduated in 1992. Immediately after graduating, I received a position with the EDS and Olympic Cycling Teams. I served as the personal team therapist for spring/summer training and events at the Colorado Springs Velodrome Olympic Training Center. I also opened a small private practice in the Colorado Springs Broadmoor area.
Modalities: I have acquired certifications in NMT, TPT, Che Nei Tsang (CNT) and Reiki. I continue to seek and practice new modalities integrating them into my work to create a unique style that is both therapeutic and relaxing.
Other experience: I have worked for over 13 yrs with local cyclists from the Endurance Training Center (Mill Valley) acting as support and therapist for group road rides and privately.
I have been a therapist with the Café of Life for over 15 yrs and continue my service there. I have enjoyed watching my clients grow and change over these years.
I am also a Certified Yoga Instructor. I have been studying and practicing Iyengar Yoga nearly 20yrs. Through my practice I have realized a depth and understanding of the body and its healing power that has profoundly affected my work.
What drew me to massage as a career? I began my healing career over 30 yrs ago in Northern California and was initially drawn to the schedule flexibility and earning potential. I quickly grew to realize that I connect with bodywork on a deep level.
In my downtime? I am active. An avid hiker and outdoors lover, my passions are yoga, scuba diving, travel, music and nature.
A long time resident of the San Geronimo Valley, I am grateful to bring my knowledge and skills to the place and people with whom I feel so deeply connected.
"Yoga is like music: The rhythm of the body, the melody of the mind, and the harmony of the soul creates the symphony of life."