"human flourishing"; a contented state of being happy and healthy and prosperous
Eudaimonia Wellness was created from a love of learning and wellness. Our interpretation of the Greek term "Eudaimonia" is that we cannot flourish in our lives and in our communities without first taking care of our bodies and minds.
We believe that everyone deserves equal access to the tools and practices that can help them find this sense of wellness and that each person will have their own unique path to flourishing.
That is why we offer a variety of bodywork at affordable rates for our clients.
Emily Cameron (she/her)
LMT, RYT, and Owner
Emily was born and raised in Colorado and is a wellness enthusiast. Her love of learning has lead her to complete a bachelor's in philosophy along with massage and yoga teacher certifications. She is consistently pursuing continuing education in all of these areas.
Massage Modalities: deep tissue, lymphatic drainage, Swedish, trigger point, stretching/ROM, prenatal, cupping, and hot stones.
Yoga: Yin, Restorative and Slow Strong Flow. Emily is also a trauma sensitive trained yoga teacher.
BA in Philosophy from Fort Lewis College
600 hour Massage Therapy Training from Emily Griffith Technical College
Lymphatic Drainage and Advanced Lymphatic Drainage Training from the LMT Success Group
2oo hour Yoga Teacher Training from Buffalo and Sparrow
50 hour Trauma Sensitive Yoga Teacher Training from Buffalo and Sparrow
20 hour Yin and Restorative Teacher Training
Emily is currently completing her herbalism education through Herbal Academy
Frequently Asked Questions:
Where are you located?
We are located in Salida, CO in the Smeltertown area. You can find us on County Road 152 just down the road from the smokestack itself! When you arrive park next to the garage and enter through the green door.
Our physical address is:
8000 CR 152
Salida, CO 81201
What is your cancellation policy?
Late cancellations (two hours or less from the appointment start time) will be charged for 50% of the scheduled service price. This allows our small business to stay open as we are unable to fill the time slot after that point in time.
Late clients may still receive treatment for the remaining time of their session but will still be charged for the full session.
How much should I tip?
Although a tip is never required, a 20% tip is standard for a massage. At Eudaimonia Wellness we would rather see you book another bodywork session than leave a tip. We hope that our clients that can comfortably leave a generous tip will and those that are a little tight on money will put the money toward more of the services they need.
Do you accept insurance?
We do not currently accept insurance. We can provide detailed appointment notes and receipts to you for reimbursement.
What are your safety policies with the COVID pandemic?
Masks are currently optional for clients and therapists. If you would like your therapist to wear a mask just ask when making your appointment. We ask that clients that are feeling sick please reschedule their appointments to help keep our staff safe. If your therapist tests. positive or is showing symptoms we will try to get your appointment rescheduled as soon as possible.