Meet Merilee Johnson

For more than 26 years, Merilee has provided unique insight into appropriate massage therapies for clients, focusing on helping to restore and maintain optimal health and pain-free function of their body. Whether you are in need of a single treatment or ongoing therapy, Merilee is outstanding at diagnostics and seamlessly integrating a variety of techniques. Now practicing in Park City and Deer Valley, Utah, she is available for results-oriented, innovative massage therapy for being healthy and staying well.


Specialties

 Deep Tissue  •  Sports Massage •  Myofascial Release  •  Swedish •  Gentle and Relaxation  •  Neuromuscular  •  Trigger Point Release


Clinical & Pain Management

Merilee is well-versed in treating acute, chronic and degenerative conditions. She has thousands of hours of continuing education to perfect her skills from renowned mentors; Tom Myers, Ben Benjamin, Erik Dalton, John F. Barnes and resistance stretching by Bob Cooley. Combining experience with detailed clinical work along with expertise in sports medicine, physical therapy and chronic pain, Merilee has a unique awareness of the body’s systems and how they interrelate with each other, inside and out. She is National and Board Certified by the NCBTMB, state licensed in Utah, and a member of the AMTA.


Career Highlights

A life long athlete in team sports, skiing and cycling, it was the time Merilee spent rowing on the Potomac River, while studying at Georgetown University, that led her to pursue this sport at world-class levels of competition. Her interest in the human body, mechanics and kinesiology grew from her own training. She brings that experience to each physiotherapy client she has worked with from Burlington, Boulder, Vail and now Park City. Her expertise has been sought by professional sports teams and athletes from around the world as well as specific sporting events. From topnotch athletes to 5-star luxury resorts. She gets most excited, though, working with the rest of us. Who want to feel better, move better and live a little better. Each and every day.