Moriah Day

Moriah began understanding the body through her physical practices of gymnastics, dance and yoga. She started her studies at Cal Poly, SLO in physical education and nutrition in 1992. After moving to San Francisco, she received her yoga instructor’s certification from The Expanding Light in 1997. For several years, she taught at major studios, gyms and private venues teaching people the art of stretching and how to work with energy. In 2002, she received her certification in massage therapy from Hands on Healing in Los Angeles. She worked at The Glendale Adventist Hospital in the Outpatient Physical Therapy and Work Hardening Departments as a massage therapist. She also worked at chiropractic offices and private physical therapy offices. She studied Myofascial Release from John Barnes school, extensively. She found MFR very effective for relieving Myofascial pain, particularly in those clients who had Fibromyalgia. In 2005, she went back to school to study Kinesiology at CSULA. During her time at school, she worked in the Mobility Lab with clients who were rehabilitating from brain and spinal cord injuries. She taught massage to the students in the Kinesiology department and co-taught the Rehab modality class with the physical therapist for several years after graduating. She opened a private practice and deepened in her work with individuals rehabilitating from injury. In 2017, she moved to Boulder and began working primarily with athletes. She studied ART (Active Release Technique) and PNF (Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation). Most recently, she obtained her certification in cupping. These techniques, along with specific deep tissue work help clients work through the pain of injury. Moriah uses yogic breath techniques to help clients relax during deep work. She customizes each session to her client’s specific needs and uses her years of experience to assess the right plan of treatment for different conditions and injuries.