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Bolder Boulder 2011

Memorial Day in Boulder means three things; barbecues, the Boulder Creek Festival and the annual running of the Bolder Boulder.

Sensorielle Spa would like to support our runners with 15% off any theraputic massage from May 27 – June 9

(**Please bring in your race bib to your first treatment**)


A fusion of massage techniques ranging from energy work to neuromuscular massage, integrated by the expertise of each therapist and catered to the individual needs of each client.
60 minutes classic $99.00
90 minutes classic $141.00
70 minutes prema $117.00
100 minutes prema $156.00

Myofascial Massage

Myofascial release is a form of soft tissue therapy used to treat pain and restriction of motion by relaxing muscles, increasing circulation, lymphatic drainage, and stimulating the stretch reflex of muscles and overlying fascia.
60 minutes $108.00
70 minutes prema $123.00

Deep Tissue

This style of therapeutic and corrective massage provides relief from acute or chronic patterns of tension, aches and pains using deeper pressure, and muscle specific techniques. As a result, tension is released, allowing blood and oxygen to circulate properly.
60 minutes classic $108.00
90 minutes classic $156.00
70 minutes prema $123.00
100 minutes prema $168.00

Rock-Solid Hot Stone

In this healing ritual, warm stones are placed on energy points to help absorb trapped energy and replace positive energy. Warm stones are then used in a rhythmic massage sequence to help “melt” the muscles so that you are able to receive a soothing, therapeutic massage and to bring the body to a balanced, relaxed state.
90 minutes classic $156.00
100 minutes prema $168.00



Sensorielle has been in business since 2005, with an emphasis on natural, organic, and sustainable products, as well as holistic body and skin care. More information and a complete list of treatments is available at www.sensoriellespa.com

Join Sensorielle for Breakfast on April 19th, 2011

Join the Boulder Independent Business Alliance for their monthly

Breakfast with BIBA event on April 19th at Sensorielle Spa!

(8:30am – 9:30am)

Join other local Boulder business owners for a delicious spa breakfast

and fresh-brewed coffee from Boulder Creek Market.



Sensorielle has been in business since 2005, with an emphasis on natural, organic, and sustainable products, as well as holistic body and skin care. More information and a complete list of treatments is available at www.sensoriellespa.com

Earth Day 2011 at Sensorielle Spa.


We invite everyone to celebrate Earth Day 2011 and share Sensorielle‘s green philosophy for the entire month of April.

If you recycle your cell phone or empty Helena Meyer product containers this month, we will give you 15% off any treatment!

(You must submit your recyclable at the time of your appointment to receive the discount)

Cell phones are one of the most difficult items to recycle, so don’t keep that old phone laying around or, even worse, throw it in the trash where it will affect the environment for years!

Sensorielle will recycle your old phones at Eco-Cycle in Boulder.

“Eco-Cycle is a proud signer of the Electronic Recycler’s Pledge of True Stewardship. This means we will not work with processors who export hazardous electronic scrap to developing countries. After being sorted for reusable equipment, your electronic scrap (e-scrap) will be safely processed within developed countries and will also be kept out of landfills, incinerators and prison recycling operations. This Pledge is the world’s most rigorous environmental and social criteria for the dismantling and recycling of e-waste”

Bring it into Sensorielle, feel good about helping the environment and pamper yourself to a organic “green spa treatment”.




Article reposted from recyclingcenters.org

Earth Day is a time to celebrate the gains we have made in protecting the environment, but also a time to reflect and ask, “How can we do more?”. The Top 10 list below is a call to action and is meant to stimulate additional discussions about what we as individuals and communities can do to help protect our planet.

1. Educate Yourself.
The number one thing you can do is simply to educate yourself about the issues. You cannot act and you cannot call others to action until you understand the facts. So spend some time researching issues such as Global Warming, Recycling, Energy Consumption, etc…

2. Create Awareness.
Once you educate yourself, tell a friend, tell a co-worker, tell a family member or even tell a stranger! Creating awareness among others one person at a time is a wonderful way to spread the Green movement.

3. Recycle.
Recycling is one of the best ways to help the environment. Recycling reduces garbage in landfills, reduces carbon emissions by reducing manufacturing and transportation emissions and enables our Earth’s natural resources to be more evenly distributed among the world’s population.

4. Get involved in Politics.
We need our government to legislate change requiring businesses to engage in Green behavior as well as to fund the development of renewable energy. To this end, we need elected officials pushing the Green agenda. Vote for politicians who share the same Green values as you.

5. Drive Less.
Carbon emissions from vehicles are one of the leading causes of Global Warming. Drive less by walking, cycling, using public transportation and car pooling. Not only does it help the environment – it saves you money and improves your health.

6. Use Fuel Efficient Vehicles.
Most people still have to drive. Using fuel efficient vehicles can reduce carbon emissions and oil consumption by 50%. Drive a hybrid, small car, motorcycle or scooter. It will reduce carbon emissions and your gasoline bill!

7. Use Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs (CFLs).
CFLs use 75% less energy than standard light bulbs and last 10 times longer. That saves energy which reduces energy consumption which reduces green house emissions.

8. Monitor the Temperature
Turn up your thermostat in the summer and down in the winter. Every degree you adjust can reduce your energy consumption by up to 1% which also reduces your utility bill.

9. Turn Them Off!
Simply turn off lights, computers, TVs and other appliances when not using them. Sounds simple, but it is effective. Most people simply do not think to shut things off when not in use.

10. Water Conservation.
Fresh water shortages are becoming increasingly common. Conserve water by showering instead of bathing, using water efficient toilets and washing machines, turning off the water when brushing your teeth, and by collecting rain water for your garden.

All of the actions listed above can help the environment in numerous ways. In addition, most help us as individuals and communities as well. Almost all of the actions above save us money through reduced energy and water consumption which saves money on utility bills, gasoline bills, etc… So help the environment and help yourself through the actions above.

Be sure to check out Top 50 Things to Recycle and Reuse

Find more details in the Sensorielle’s April Newsletter.


Sensorielle has been in business since 2005, with an emphasis on natural, organic, and sustainable products, as well as holistic body and skin care. More information and a complete list of treatments is available at www.sensoriellespa.com

Shop Locally this holiday season at “Local and Loving It” on December 4th!

Join Sensorielle Spa this Saturday, December 4th for the “Local and Loving It Fest” at the Boulder Outlook Hotel!

Try our "Healing Touch" therapy with BeeGee Stivers!

Sensorielle esthetician, Lisa Cutcheon, will be doing mini actuonics facials! Take the chance to experience this wonderful treatment.


Stop by the Sensorielle booth to experience a mini-treatment from 10:00am – 4:00pm.



We will be offering Ayurvedic consults ($10) with Melissa DiRito, acutonics mini-facials with Lisa Cutcheon ($1/min), Healing Touch ($1/min) and Skin Analysis with BeeGee Stivers and chair massage ($1/min) with Andrew Pollack.


Helena Meyer is a locally made Ayuvedic skincare line.


Helena Meyer’s wonderful Ayurvedic skincare line will be available for purchase and Sensorielle’s Ayurvedic practioner Melissa Di Rito will be on hand to give advice on which product is best suited for your skincare needs.



Alpine Lily at Sensorielle Spa

Handmade spa products will be available for purchase. These make great stocking stuffers or last minute gifts for those unexpected guests! Along with Alpine Lily’s most popular scents, the new Holiday Collection will also be available with scent of the season including Christmas Cookie and Holiday Wreath.

Click here for all the details for the "Local and Loving It Fest"

“Wax and Wine” tonight at Outdoor Divas in Boulder

Join us tonight at Outdoor Divas in Boulder for ski/snowboard waxing,  wine tasting and brow/lip waxes from Sensorielle Spa!

The November event was a great hit- lots of fun and lots of wine!

Learn how to take care of your winter sports gear and get a free facial waxing !

Also, everyone who attends tonight will recieve a 10% discount on their next visit to Sensorielle Spa (good for any treatment except waxing).

The Holiday Season Lights Up This Saturday in Downtown Boulder

Join us on Pearl Street this Saturday, November 20th as Santa switches on the holiday lights in Downtown Boulder!

Downtown Boulder’s “Switch on the Holidays” will happen at 5:00pm outside the Boulder County courthouse and then move the the Ice Rink  at One Boulder Plaza for free family ice-skating until 10:00pm.

The Ice Rink at One Boulder Plaza

While at the ice-rink you can stop by Sensorielle Spa (located next to the rink) and find out about our new treatments, get samples of Eminence products or book your next appointment.

Dinner and a Massage

Treat yourself to a relaxing evening with that special person as you get a relaxing massage at Sensorielle Spa and try some of the tastiest treats Boulder’s local restaurants have to offer during this year’s First Bite Boulder (Nov 12-20).

With delicious menu selections including hand-made farmer’s cheese gnocchi, Fall vegetable risotto, miso marinated Chilean sea bass and, a personal favorite, lobster mac n’ cheese there is sure to be a mean to suit everyone’s tastes.

Black Cat chef, Eric Skokan

First Bite Boulder is an annual event highlighting Boulder’s dining scene. For one full week, more than 40 of Boulder’s top restaurants will offer a special three course $26 prix fixe dinner menu to the community.


Treat yourself to a delightful Prema massage before dinner. Sensorielle is open for appointments until 8pm. Call 303.247.9932 or book online at Sensorielle Spa.

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