Best of Boulder East County 2016

Hi Friends!

It’s time to vote for your favorite businesses in East County Boulder!!

Once again, Soul Workings has been nominated in 2 categories:  Massage and Alternative Health Provider. Last year we were honored to WIN the Best Massage category for Lafayette!

Voting is available from September 1 – 30, and will take 10-15 minutes (I timed it myself). Just point your browser to this link.

Remember to read the instructions beforehand, and to vote in at least 25 categories in order for your ballot to COUNT! Please don’t submit more than one entry – that could disqualify your ballot (boooo!).

Thanks in advance for your support!


image3Starting June 2nd, Soul Workings will be at:

Lafayette Commons
400 E. Simpson St, Suite 210
Lafayette, CO 80026
(inside Old Towne Therapeutics)

We’ll be in great company, sharing a suite with other healing arts practitioners, a yoga instructor, psychotherapists and an aesthetician.

The Lafayette Commons building is on the same block as Left Hand Community Acupuncture, Soul Tree Yoga and East Simpson Coffee.

Tree of love

Thank you for your support and votes!

The results are in – Soul Workings is the Lafayette winner for “Best Massage” in Boulder Weekly’s “Best of Boulder – East County 2015” survey!

We couldn’t have done it without you!

Please enjoy 10% off* your next full hour table massage when you schedule your appointment online and enter promo code “BOB15

*Valid for appointments from 10/30/15 through 11/15/15; not valid for appointments scheduled offline, one discount per client.

Nominated for 2 categories!
BOB 2015

We’ve been nominated for BEST MASSAGE (Question #78) and BEST ALTERNATIVE HEALTH CARE PROVIDER (Question #68)!

We’d love your support – please take a few minutes to cast your vote for us, and for your favorite local businesses and service providers in East Boulder County!

Thanks in advance!





Massage Summer Package Special


Summer Package Special

Relax ~ Renew ~ Recharge

Massage All Summer Long!

Introducing our  Summer Package Special for Massage! 

3 sessions – 8% savings
60 minutes – $207
90 minutes – $276

6 sessions – 12% savings
INCLUDES 2 Free 15 Minute Upgrades (up to $50 value); Upgrade choices include: Reiki, Gemstone Chakra Balance, or Reflexology (new!)
60 minutes – $396
90 minutes – $528

*Package sessions and Upgrades expire 90 days from purchase, and are only valid with Emily Kippes, LMT. Package offer ends August 31, 2015.

Soul Workings will be relocating to 806 S. Public Rd, Suite 100 starting December 1st!

This new location is only a few blocks south of the 101 W. Cannon office, so literally a hop away!

As some of you know, our wonderful building-mates Left Hand Community Acupuncture moved to their new location at 424 E. Simpson St over the weekend, and Dr. Matt Reddy is preparing to join the Pure Health Center in December.

It has become clear that the time for Soul Workings to move on has arrived as well. This new location offers the convenience of being in Old Town Lafayette, with a much quieter environment, and plentiful parking.

Soul Workings will be sharing space with Lori Lloyd at Elements of Health; she offers acupuncture, nutrition and Chinese medicine, as well as allergy therapies such as NAET. For more information about Lori, visit her website at

I look forward to seeing you at the new location soon!

~Amy Mak, LMT, BCTMB

Exciting news! I just found out today that I’ve successfully transitioned from being a Nationally Certified massage therapist, to being a Board Certified massage therapist.

What does that mean, you ask?

According to the The National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB), this is a credential that requires that “certificants pass the Board Certification exam and complete 750 hours of education, 250 hours of hands-on work experience, pass a background check, commit to oppose human trafficking and hold a current CPR certificate.”

The previous credential of National Certification required a minimum of 500 education hours, passing a standardized exam issued by the NCBTMB, and adhering to NCBTMB’s code of ethics and standard of practice.

Ultimately, it means that as a massage therapist, I am continuing to commit myself to the highest professional standards in the field of massage. To maintain my board certification, I must complete a minimum of 24 hours of continuing education, and maintain a current CPR certificate every two years.

Over the next few months, you may notice that my business cards, brochures and web site will reflect this new, updated credential in my name, from “Amy Mak, NCTMB, RMT” to “Amy Mak, LMT* BCTMB.” Please bear with me during this transition process as it can take a little while to get all of my promotional material “caught” up.

Please be assured that my board-certified status means you can continue to expect the best massage treatments from me. If you have any questions about this, feel free to bring it up the next time you’re in for a visit, or send me a note through my Contact page.

*At the time of this post (Dec. 2013), all CO recognized massage therapists were considered to be Registered Massage Therapists (RMT), which transitioned in July 2014 automatically to LMT (Licensed Massage Therapist). The letters representing my credentials changed again in July 2014 as a result. My credentials are now listed as LMT, BCTMB. Whew!