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Don’t Miss Our Celebration | Grand Opening

Celebration and Charity!

July 23 2017 | 10am-2pm

Come discover the E5 difference:

Friends and family have fun while giving back to the community because it's who we are.


E5 Day Spa
2250 South Oneida Street Suite 203,
Denver, CO 80224

All proceeds go directly to The National Multiple Sclerosis Society

Grand Opening Celebration


  • Music from DJ Mark Montoya
  • Catering from Del Frisco's Grill
  • Chair Massages
  • A chance to dunk our owner Mark Komnick
  • Activities for the kids and more!
National Multiple Sclerosis Society
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E5 Day Spa is celebrating opening our new location with a Grand Opening Celebration and Charity Event! On July 23 from 10am to 2pm, we will be hosting a grand opening party, with all proceeds going to the National MS Society. We will be raffling off tons of prizes including massages, facials, Saints Skincare products, infrared sauna sessions and more! Activities include: 
Activities for the kids and more!
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Celebrate Fathers Day with June Specials | E5 Day Spa

Celebrate! Fathers Day

Everyone knows with summer comes more outdoor activities! Give dad the gift of wellness this summer! Now through June 31, 2017 take 20% OFF 3 packs of customized massages or 4 pack of facials, and Sainitas Skincare Men's Line! Celebrate Father's Day! 

Note the coupon code: LOVEDAD when booking online or over the phone to redeem this exclusive offer!

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Our spotlight product of the month is the Sanitas Men's line! The energizing face and body wash, essential shave cream and restorative aftershave serum are specifically formulated for men's skin to moisturize and combat irritation. 

Celebrate Father's Day

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Give Mom the Gift She’ll Love – Mother’s Day Specials!

Happy Mother's Day from E5 Day Spa & E5 Day Spa Mother's Day Specials Month!May 13th-20th

We are offering a free rose aromatherapy enhancement with all facial sessions.  Mother's Day Specials! 

Now until May 31st

Free SanitasCrushed Rose Home Spa Kit (a $45.00 value) when you buy $150.00 in gift cards while supplies last!

Don't forget we now offer facials, waxing services and infrared sauna sessions for the most luxurious spa experience!

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Take advantage of these awesome deals and more!

Just for fun try these DIY Bookmarks, they are sure to put a smile to her face!

Santis Spa Kit

Welcoming Spring with a New Location and Several Changes! 

Exciting News this Spring!

We are opening a new location! After 5/1/2017 all massages and appointments will be located inside our new office at:

2250 South Oneida Street
Suite 203
Denver, Colorado 80224

We are delighted to announce some new additions to our team! Jenn is our stellar esthetician and will be providing Sanitas facials, skincare advice, and waxing services. Kelly is a fellow massage therapist with over 12 years of experience and both will be a great addition to the E5 family!

A new name!

To better respresent our new products and services E5 Day Spa is evolving into E5 Day Spa!

Infrared Sauna

Our new office will include an infrared sauna! The benefits of infrared sessions include detoxification, enhanced relaxation, weight loss (burn upwards of 600 calories per session), pain relief, lower blood pressure, improved circulation, anti-aging, wound healing and improves cell health (muscle recovery and immunity). It will include chromotherapy lights, shown in the picture above, which is the science of using colors to adjust body vibrations to frequencies that result in health and harmony.

Sanitas Skincare Products

The Sanitas Skincare system is the result of 20 years of scientific and clinical studies which reveal that skin tissue regeneration can be accelerated with the right formulation of topical and internal nutritional ingredients. Sanitas products are pharmacist formulated, physician-strength formulas packed with active skin care substances which help to rejuvenate skin from the inside out.
Stay tuned for a grand opening event at our new facility coming this June!

Celebrating a New Location and our Anniversary! 

Celebrating 1 Year!

Hello Element 5!
We wanted to thank all of you for your support and encouragement over this past year. We are excited to announce we will be moving to a new, larger office! We will be located off of Evans and Oneida, at 2250 South Oneida St. Unit 203 Denver, CO 80224. We are expected to be completely moved in by May 1st! To celebrate we would like to extend to you this special offer!

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30% off Couples Massages and 20% off Gift Cards

Valentines Day – Specials all February

With the season of love upon us, it can be difficult to find that perfect gift for your special someone. With daily stressors being unavoidable, the gift of relaxation will be sure to bring delight! We are offering 30% off all couples massages booked for the month of February. We also have 20% off all gift cards until March 1st.

Give us a call at (720) 900-4350  to book your couple’s massage now!

Couples massages cannot be booked online

Couples massages are not eligible for online booking. All services must be Purchased or Scheduled by 2/28/17.

**This special is not valid with any other promotions, offers or specials.**





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How Massage Heals Sore Muscles – The New York Times

A massage after vigorous exercise unquestionably feels good, and it seems to reduce pain and help muscles recover. Many people — both athletes and health professionals – have long contended it eases inflammation, improves blood flow and reduces muscle tightness. But until now no one has understood why massage has this apparently beneficial effect.

Now researchers have found what happens to muscles when a masseur goes to work on them.

Their experiment required having people exercise to exhaustion and undergo five incisions in their legs in order to obtain muscle tissue for analysis. Despite the hurdles, the scientists still managed to find 11 brave young male volunteers. The study was published in the Feb. 1 issue of Science Translational Medicine.

On a first visit, they biopsied one leg of each subject at rest. At a second session, they had them vigorously exercise on a stationary bicycle for more than an hour until they could go no further. Then they massaged one thigh of each subject for 10 minutes, leaving the other to recover on its own. Immediately after the massage, they biopsied the thigh muscle in each leg again. After allowing another two-and-a-half hours of rest, they did a third biopsy to track the process of muscle injury and repair.

Vigorous exercise causes tiny tears in muscle fibers, leading to an immune reaction — inflammation — as the body gets to work repairing the injured cells. So the researchers screened the tissue from the massaged and unmassaged legs to compare their repair processes, and find out what difference massage would make.

They found that massage reduced the production of compounds called cytokines, which play a critical role in inflammation. Massage also stimulated mitochondria, the tiny powerhouses inside cells that convert glucose into the energy essential for cell function and repair. “The bottom line is that there appears to be a suppression of pathways in inflammation and an increase in mitochondrial biogenesis,” helping the muscle adapt to the demands of increased exercise, said the senior author, Dr. Mark A. Tarnopolsky.

Dr. Tarnopolsky, a professor of pediatrics and medicine at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, said that massage works quite differently from Nsaids and other anti-inflammatory drugs, which reduce inflammation and pain but may actually retard healing. Many people, for instance, pop an aspirin or Aleve at the first sign of muscle soreness. “There’s some theoretical concern that there is a maladaptive response in the long run if you’re constantly suppressing inflammation with drugs,” he said. “With massage, you can have your cake and eat it too—massage can suppress inflammation and actually enhance cell recovery.”

“This is important research, because it is the first to show that massage can reduce pro-inflammatory cytokines which may be involved in pain,” said Tiffany Field, director of the Touch Research Institute at the University of Miami Medical School. She was not involved in the study. “We have known from many studies that pain can be reduced by massage based on self-report, but this is the first demonstration that the pain-related pro-inflammatory cytokines can be reduced.” she said.

Getting a massage from a professional masseur is obviously more expensive than taking an aspirin. But, as Dr. Field points out, massage techniques can be taught. “People within families can learn to massage each other,” she said. “If you can teach parents to massage kids, couples to massage each other. This can be cost effective.”

Dr. Tarnopolsky suggests that, in the long run, a professional massage may even be a better bargain than a pill. “If someone says “This is free and it might make you feel better, but it may slow down your recovery, do you still want it?” he asked. “Or would you rather spend the 50 bucks for a post-exercise massage that also might enhance your recovery?”

Correction: An earlier version of this article misidentified where mitochondria are found; they are inside of cells, but in the cytoplasm, not the nuclei.

Source: How Massage Heals Sore Muscles – The New York Times

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What to Expect on Your First Visit to the Office.

What to expect

When you arrive at our office, we’ll have a brief intake form  for you to complete. We’ll talk about why you’re coming in for a massage and what you your goals are for the session. Are you having pain? Do you need to relax?

We’ll show you the massage room and walk you through the massage process. We’ll leave the room so you may undress, get on the massage table, and get comfortable under the draping sheet & blanket.

Most massage techniques are traditionally performed with the client unclothed; however, what you wear it is entirely up to you. Simply put: bottom undergarment can be left on or taken off. You will be properly draped throughout the massage.

Depending on the issues we’re planning to address, we may start the massage on your face, neck and shoulders, or maybe on your back. We use an unscented mixture of organic shea butter and organic sunflower oil  to allow your muscles to be massaged without causing excessive friction to the skin. While we have scented essential oils, we will never use them without your prior permission.

During the massage

It’s great if you can let your body relax and sink into the table. If we need to move your arms or legs, etc, we’ll do the work! This takes practice.

It’s really important for you to tell us if any massage techniques we use cause excessive pain. Excessive pain is not okay. There may be a certain level of discomfort and ‘good ache’ if we’re working on a problem area. It’s important that you tell us about that, too, so we can tailor the massage to be most effective without causing injury.

We’ll check in with you as we go, but please speak up if you become too warm or too cool, if you are not comfortable on the table, or need another pillow, or if you just hate the music!

After the massage

You should expect to feel mellow and relaxed after your massage. If we addressed pain issues, you may immediately feel a reduction in pain, or it may take a day or two before you feel that relief. If you are ever excessively sore following a massage, (it’s rare, but it can happen) please call me so we can discuss the best course of action, and so that we can make notes to adjust your next massage.

I hope you enjoy your massage!


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