About

Mahaṁūṇa is a sanskrit based word, meaning that the physical vibration of the body acts as the great vehicle to accessing, knowing, and freely expressing one’s true nature and full potential. Our mission is to bring all beings back in tune with their own bodies, so that all layers and aspects of being may be experienced and expressed in this lifetime.

Dana Ripley, creator and therapist, is a Colorado native. After studying psychology and philosophy as an undergrad at CSU, she completed the 700 hour program at Colorado School of Healing Arts and received her massage license in 2014. Her favorite massage modalities are Swedish and Deep Tissue, but is also happy to offer Neuromuscular Therapy, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, Sports Massage, Postural Analysis, and Muscle Energy Techniques.  In 2015 she received her Yoga Teacher Certification and Yoga Nidra Practitioner Certification through Samadhi Center for Yoga and Meditation in Denver. All the while she has pursued independent studies in polarity therapy, ayurveda, hypnosis, regression therapy, shamanic journeying, sound healing, breathwork, aromatherapy, and sensory deprivation therapy. Through all her training and research she is continuously deepening her understanding of the body-mind-spirit connection and specializes in trauma/stress release and psychological reprogramming through bodywork, meditation, breathwork, and sound.

In the spirit of collaboration and collective growth, please join the conversation with your own perspectives, insights, questions, and corrections on the blog. The intention of our blog is to open doors of communication and deeper understanding so that we may all learn and expand together. If you are interested in collaborating with Dana in a greater capacity or would like to schedule a private therapy session, please reach out directly.

Namaste.

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