Regina Rodriguez




Get to know Regina,

When I was a young girl I spent a summer with my Aunt who was in her third trimester of pregnancy. That summer I did everything I could to make her comfortable, a few years later I began sketching female reproductive anatomy and fetal anatomy from books I checked out at the library. From the time I understood how phenomenal it was to have female biology, and how painful, scary and often dangerous it was to be a woman, I wanted to understand us better and find ways to help ease our pain.

Early into my college experience, I decided to delay my higher education, move to AZ, and begin the difficult work of healing traumas that occurred throughout my childhood. As I did this work, friends began sharing their trauma stories and female struggles.  A few years later I decided to turn back to my education. As I was settling into a shared home with other students I came across a brochure on the coffee table. It was barely open, but somehow my eye found the words- Women in Transition.  The brochure was from the Desert Institute for Healing Arts (DIHA), a school for Clinical Massage Certification. In 1992 the word massage was largely followed by the word “parlor”, yet I felt compelled to tour the school. Within weeks I had taken all the steps to enroll, and then graduate with the class of 1994. I feel fortunate to have attended a program that focused much of my training on the art of healing women through therapeutic massage. DIHA had been one of only a few nationally recognized schools with clinical programs, graduates were sought out by world-renowned Health Spas to manage clinics and develop programs, the school produced a Stanley Cup-winning team LMT (for the Avalanche), and fostered many rich friendships (RIP Michelle). In the early 1990s, Tucson was home to Andrew Weil MD, founder of the Center for Integrative Medicine at UofA and later, True Food Kitchen. I would come across articles with his joyful face and his famous declaration “Food is medicine!” Dr. Weil and the food Co-ops that littered Tucson changed my food axis. I’ve been clean eating ever since and this shapes all areas of my life. Volunteering at the Tucson AIDS Project expanded my heart and has informed much of the work I do today. I did my high-risk perinatal training at Tucson Medical Center in 1994 and attended the hospital births of women who asked and learned about low-interventive childbirth from midwives who worked at the free-standing birth center. I moved to Denver after graduation.

Nearly three decades into my clinical practice,  I hold multiple advanced certifications and have attended over 500 births as a doula- I remain committed to using bodywork to support healthy physiologic childbirth and to resolve pain that is specific to female biology, biomechanics, and lived experiences.  Much of my training and work has been dedicated to understanding developed postural patterns that can contribute to pain in pregnancy, cause fetal malpresentation, delay the onset of labor, or stall progress in childbirth. Following postural patterns has also fostered a deeper understanding of pain that’s unique to female experiences., which includes natal females, transgender, nonbinary, and gender non-conforming people.

Almost every day of the week I get to use my training, experience, hands, heart, and intuition to guide people toward the inherent health that resides within every body system and function. When I’m not in session or training bodyworkers I’m enjoying time with my two fantastic young people, being active with friends, or expanding joy and connection with my partner. 

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Hours, services & Fees

Monday: 8am – 7:30pm

Tuesday through Friday: 9:30am -3:45pm

most Saturdays: 9:00am – 2pm 


Corrective Massage 
Pregnant and non-pregnant

75-MIN: $130 
90-MIN: $145
2-HR: $195 
30-min FOLLOW-UP: $50 

speciality Sessions

**ultrasound Imaging Add-on: $30 
30-min fetal Presentation assessment: $50
60-min Labor encouragement (established clients only): $100
90-min labor encouragement (New client): $150


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Regina is in session on Monday & Tuesday 8:00am – 7:00pm, Thursday 8:00-am-1:00pm and Saturday 9:00am – 3:30pm.
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REGINA RODRIGUEZ — Regina offers Corrective Massage & Specialty Sessions.  Her work is often targeted and productive. Tools and instruments can be used to create space or release stuck or thickened tissue.  Her certifications include Diastasis Rehab, Fascial Stretch Therapy, Structural Integration for the Female Core & Pelvis, Spinning Babies Aware Practitioner, and Birth Doula.

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Parking: There are a few parking options. There's free uncovered parking in our building lot. Directly across the street on Downing/Harvard is an uncovered parking lot (they do not tow). There's also unmetered street parking on Downing. 

2480 S. Downing St. #209 Denver, CO 80210.

Her Harmony Health

Her Harmony Health


2480 S. Downing St #209 Denver, CO 80210

Phone: 720-908-0491
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