Book a MassageTreat Yourself Right ~ Enrich your rejuvenating experience at this wonderful healing springs with a massage. Our team of therapists will cater to your needs.  Whether you are seeking overall relaxation or a massage with a specific, focused approach our therapists are ready to assist. You won’t find a better place to heal your body and soul.

Massage and Watsu therapists are available daily. All therapists are fully licensed & insured. Reservations are recommended to ensure therapist availability in this beautiful mountain setting. Please understand that massage appointments require at least 24-hours notice to cancel without being charged.




Varied modality

  • 1/2 Hour Massage: $55
  • 3/4 Hour Massage: $80
  • 1 Hour Massage: $100
  • 1 1/2 Hour Massage: $140
  • 2 Hour Massage: $180
Starting at $55


Aquatic Therapy

  • 1/2 Hour Watsu: $65
  • 3/4 Hour Watsu: $95
  • 1 Hour Watsu: $120
Starting at $65

The best of both worlds…

  • Combine 30 minutes of each WATSU® & Massage $130
  • Combine 45 minutes of each WATSU® & Massage $190
  • Combine 60 minutes of each WATSU® & Massage $240

Do you live in the area? We offer a “local’s discount” with a valid Routt County ID:

  • 1 Hour Massage $75
  • 1 1/2 Hour Massage $120
  • 3/4 Hour Watsu $75
  • 1 Hour Watsu $90

Share the experience…

  • Try side-by-side massage with a friend or partner.


Watsu is a passive form of aquatic bodywork that supports and gently moves a person through warm water with graceful, fluid movements. Developed in the early 1980s, Watsu is based on Zen Shiatsu principles of gently freeing blockages in the meridians of the body allowing the release of deep emotions and traumas. Watsu eases the body and soul by reducing tension, increasing flexibility, improving circulation, reducing depression and stress, and easing chronic and acute pain.

At Strawberry Hot Springs Watsu is performed in a private therapy pool. The water temperature mimics the temperature of the body while the client is ‘floated’ at the surface of the water with the head supported above water level. This gravity-free, warm environment allows for full-body relaxation and healing. Watsu is a wonderful option for a stand-alone treatment or in conjunction with table massage.

Meet some of our therapists


MarkMark Shattuck, CMT – Massage Therapist
Mark has been practicing massage since he graduated from the Boulder School of Massage with honors in the spring of 1997. He stayed on there as a teaching assistant in the neuromuscular department for two semesters. Mark’s therapy is guided from his own experiences with the healing power of massage after a rotator cuff injury. Mark moved to Steamboat Springs in the December of 2001. If you can’t find him on the schedule he is probably outside in nature whitewater rafting, skiing, or hiking. Here is a list of the modalities that Mark is trained in:

  • Swedish
  • Deep tissue
  • Neuromuscular
  • Sports Massage
  • Hot Stone Massage
  • Prenatal
  • Integrative
  • Reflexology
  • Reiki
  • Chair Massage
  • Raindrop Technique

IMG_20131225_114703Erica Franzen, CMT – Massage Therapist
Erica is a graduate of Lauterstein & Conway massage school in Austin, TX as well as Bellvue Massage School in Bellvue, WA. She has been practicing since 2004 all over the country with various musicians and athletes. An integrative 3D bodyworker, Erica is passionate about holistic therapy and helping you reach optimum health; a zen state. Falling in love with Strawberry Park Natural Hot Springs on vacation,  she instantly knew this is where her healing practice was destined to be. Her modalities include:

  • Swedish
  • Deep tissue
  • Shiatsu
  • Sports Massage
  • Acupressure
  • Pre / Post Natal
  • Pre / Post Event
  • Thai Massage
  • Jin Shin Do
  • Abhyanga
  • Raindrop Technique
  • Reflexology
  • Manual Ligament Therapy
  • Muscle Energy Technique
  • Manual Lymphatic Drainage


Amber Hallsted, CMT – Massage and Watsu Therapistamberweb
Amber is a dynamic bodyworker with over 2,000 hours of training.  Since beginning her holistic journey in 2003 she has specialized in Integrative Therapy, combining modalities from both eastern and western practices to customize an ideal session for your body’s needs.  She also practices Phenomenal Touch, a unique practice developed in Colorado that uses movement as well as deep listening techniques to unlock muscular and emotional holding patterns within the body.  Amber’s creative work evokes sensations of a seamless dance where you are being both led and followed at every turn.  She is grateful to share her skills with you at the Hot Springs.  Her modalities include:

  • Swedish
  • Deep tissue
  • Active Release
  • Watsu
  • Phenomenal Touch
  • Reflexology
  • Neuromuscular Massage
  • Shiatsu
  • Raindrop Technique
  • Energetic Integration Therapies

Michael Radford, CMT – Massage TherapistIMGP1013 (2)

Michael attended the Mountain Heart School of Bodywork and Transformational Therapy in Crested Butte, CO.  He has 12 years of experience practicing massage in the Steamboat area. He works with many massage modalities and is able to integrate personal athletic and injury experience into his massage practice.  Growing up in Steamboat Michael played numerous sports and continues to enjoy many popular outdoor activities from skiing, snowmobiling, and snowboarding to hiking, fishing, motorcycle and horseback riding.  His technique is a gentle yet deep approach to full body balancing and muscle relaxation.  His modalities include:

  • Swedish
  • Deep tissue
  • Transformational Neuromuscular
  • Assisted Stretching
  • Reflexology
  • Pre and Post Sport
  • Lymph Drainage
  • Child Massage
  • Pregnancy Massage
  • Geriatric Massage
  • Post Trauma Massage
  • Internal Organ Massage and Balancing

Strawberry Hot Springs is looking for Professional Massage Therapists – call 970 879 0342.

RULES: Nobody under age 18 after sunset. Clothing optional after dark. No glass containers. No alcohol. No smoking. Food only in picnic area.
Safety First: Strawberry Park Hot Springs is a natural mountain spa facility. The use of this spa assumes and understands that many natural features and hazards exist, including but no limited to; hot water, rocks, forest growth and debris, variations in temperature and weather conditions, and many other hazards or obstacles. In using this spa, such dangers are recognized and accepted, whether they are marked or unmarked. Management retains the right to revoke spa privileges, without refund, if user commits any act on the premises that endangers the safety or experience of himself or other persons.