Skip to main content

Melt Away Mountain Tension

Melt Away Mountain Tension: The Perfect Massage in Breckenridge

A haven for outdoor enthusiasts. But after a day of conquering slopes, trails, or rivers, your body might be begging for some TLC. That’s where Alpine Day Spa comes in, offering the ultimate massage experience to soothe your muscles and leave you feeling rejuvenated.

Massage Breckenridge: Your Personalized Path to Relaxation

Alpine Day Spa isn’t a one-size-fits-all massage establishment. Our experienced therapists will take the time to understand your specific needs and tailor a massage to target your concerns. Here’s a taste of what we offer:

  • Swedish Massage: Melt away general aches and stress with a relaxing, light- to medium-pressure massage.

  • Deep Tissue Massage: For those with chronic tension or muscle knots, our deep tissue massage will work wonders in relieving pain and promoting healing.

  • Sports Massage: Ideal for athletes, this massage incorporates stretching and targeted techniques to address muscle fatigue and improve range of motion.

  • Hot Stone Massage: This luxurious treatment uses heated stones to penetrate deep into your muscles, providing an intensely relaxing experience.

Looking for something extra special? Explore our CBD massage options, known to enhance relaxation and promote overall well-being.

More Than Just a Massage: The Alpine Day Spa Experience

Our massage services go beyond the physical. We create a tranquil environment where you can unwind and truly escape. Imagine stepping into a haven of calming music, soothing scents, and expert hands working their magic.

Breckenridge Massage: Breathe Easy at High Altitude

Breckenridge’s high altitude can sometimes leave you feeling sluggish. Alpine Day Spa offers an “Oxygenated Massage” to combat this. By adding oxygen therapy to your massage, you’ll feel revitalized and ready to conquer the rest of your Breckenridge adventure.

Book Your Breckenridge Massage Today!

Don’t wait! After a day exploring Breckenridge’s beauty, treat yourself to the massage you deserve. Browse our massage menu at and book your appointment online or call us today. Let Alpine Day Spa be your haven for relaxation and rejuvenation in Breckenridge!

Alpine Spa Massage Guide

Alpine Spa Massage Guide

A Guide to Choosing the Perfect Massage: Finding Your Ideal Treatment at Alpine Spa and Salon-Highlight the variety of massage options available at Alpine Spa and Salon. Detail the benefits and differences between oxygenated massages, deep tissue, Swedish, hot stone, and sports massages, helping readers choose the best option based on their preferences and specific needs. Emphasize the expertise of the therapists and the unique advantages of each massage type.


Exploring Massage Therapy’s Role in Cancer Care

Massage in Cancer Care

  1. Pain Reduction in Breast Cancer Patients: Oncology Massage vs. Healing Touch

  2. Relief from Lymphedema Symptoms: Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) Study

  3. Alleviating Chemotherapy-Induced Neuropathy: Impact of Oncology Massage

  4. Empowering Cancer Patients: Benefits of Massage Therapy

  5. Research Citations

Pain Reduction for Breast Cancer Patients After Oncology Massage Therapy

An integrative oncology team conducted a study at Levine Cancer Institute, comparing massage therapy and healing touch as pain interventions for breast cancer patients. Of 407 participants, 43% received oncology massage and 57% healing touch, both experiencing significant reductions in pain levels. (Gentile et al., 2021)

Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) Relieves Lymphedema Symptoms

In a 2022 study, manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) demonstrated positive effects on upper limb lymphedema in post-breast cancer surgery patients. Notably, participants experienced reduced swelling, improved hand and arm symptoms, and decreased risk of cellulitis. (Chmelova & Novackova, 2022)

Oncology Massage Alleviates Chemotherapy-Induced Neuropathy

A 2022 study on oncology massage’s impact on chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy revealed significant improvements. Patients receiving massage three times a week exhibited better relief of neuropathy symptoms than those receiving it twice a week. (Lopez et al., 2022)

Massage Therapy Empowers Cancer Patients

Massage therapy serves as an integral part of cancer care, empowering patients by reducing isolation, alleviating symptoms, and managing self-care. Its benefits extend from pain management to relieving lymphedema, aiding patients in regaining control amidst their cancer journey.

Research Citations

[1] Cancer Facts & Figures 2023, American Cancer Society, Atlanta, Georgia, 2023

[2] Gentile D, Boselli D, Yaguda S, Greiner R, Bailey-Dorton C. “Pain Improvement After Healing Touch and Massage in Breast Cancer: An Observational Retrospective Study.” Int J Ther Massage Bodywork. 2021 Mar; 14 (1): 12-20 [Link] [3] Chmelova K, Novackova M. “Effect of manual lymphatic drainage on upper limb lymphedema after surgery for breast cancer.” Ceska Gynekol. 2022;87(5):317–323 [Link] [4] Lopez G, Eng C, Overman M, Ramirez D, Liu W, Beinhorn C, Sumler P, Prinsloo S, Li Y, Eduardo B, and Lorenzo C. “A randomized pilot study of oncology massage to treat chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy.” Sci Rep 2022; 12: 19023 [Link]
Alpine Day Spa in Breckenridge Colorado logo

500 South Main Street
LaCima Mall Suite 3A (Upper Level)
Breckenridge, Colorado 80424

© Alpine Day Spa. All rights reserved.