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This School is not yet open, and not yet accepting admissions applications.
Estimated Operations Launch June to September, 2024

CoCoHA: Welcome

Help CoCoHA Get Started Financially

Capital Goals:

March 31st 2024 $5300 for DPOS license application fees

$5,000 Rent Deposit for Facility, $5000 first month's Rent, $5,000 Start-Up Supplies & Equipment, $50,000 Advertising

CoCoHA is a For-Profit Corporation Institutional Organization with a Volunteer Programmatic Advisory Committee.

Donations to the school are not tax-deductible. They are simply from the kindness of your heart  to help the school get going.

CoCoHA is dedicated to the massage therapy profession with a purpose of preparing our students to offer safe, effective, and quality care to their clients while enjoying a rewarding and sustainable massage therapy career.

Massage Table


Start-Up Capital
$150,000 Goal

Stone Pebbles

Start-Up Capital
$150,000 Goal

(specify for CoCoHA )


Flower Bulbs Fundraiser
(CoCoHA receives 50% of sales profits)


Order a T-Shirt!
"Massage Good"
(CoCoHA receives $2-$3 per item sold)

Hand Massage

Amazon Start-Up Registry
All the Stuff CoCoHA needs to be classroom ready

CoCoHA: News

Other ways to donate and support:

CoCoHA can accept donations in the form of cash and check to deposit directly into the school's bank account. Checks may be made out to "CoCoHA" or "Colorado Conservatory of Healing Arts". 

Volunteer opportunities are available.

Please reach out to to offer your support.

To send Check Donations and USPS mail correspondence:


c/o Crista de la Garza, Mandala Integrative Clinic

825 S. Broadway

Boulder, CO 80305

CoCoHA: Text

Colorado Conservatory of Healing Arts is committed to promoting evidence-based research in the massage therapy profession, and continuing to teach the legacy of Integrative Therapeutic Massage.

Photographer Jim Ward

CoCoHA: Image

Our Program

650 Hour Training Course

CoCoHA plans to apply for COMTA Endorsed Curriculum.

ELAP Blueprint inspired, in alignment with COMTA requirements, this education is created to prepare our students for the MBLEx and advanced NCBTMB exam in addition to preparing them for a successful and sustainable massage therapy career.

CoCoHA: Our Programs

About Us

Empowerment Through Education


Mission Statement

Colorado Conservatory of Healing Arts' mission is to develop the most proficient, successful massage therapists, with the highest ethical standards, while cultivating excellence in the massage therapy profession.

Vision Statement
Colorado Conservatory of Healing Arts will be known for its academically rigorous and transformative curriculum, its exemplary leadership in massage therapy education, practices, and research. CoCoHA will prepare students to learn to be of service, working collaboratively with their communities. CoCoHA will teach students to provide a professional massage therapy experience, enhancing quality of life for all beings.

CoCoHA: About Us

Colorado Conservatory of Healing Arts

Massage Therapy Education

Lafayette, Colorado

Photography by Jim Ward
CoCoHA: Image
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