About

Monica Taylor-Lee, LMT

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My name is Monica Taylor-Lee and I totally dig life.  I am a Licensed Massage Therapist, CranioSacral Therapist, essential oil fanatic and wellness advocate.  In 2014, I turned to Young Living Essential Oils to balance my hormones in an attempt to conceive - and it worked!  So this has become my passion: Promoting alternative healing through massage and essential oils as well as providing education to those who have an interest in reducing toxins and start leading a purer, more natural way of life.

In 2003, I graduated from the Healing Arts Institute in Ft. Collins, CO and have since expanded my expertise to include CranioSacral Therapy (both adults & infants/children), Neural Manipulation, and Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques.

My healing touch provides relief to those who suffer from headaches, chronic pain, nerve restrictions, fascia restrictions, or general stress (to name a few). 

Take care of your body. It's the only place you have to live. I look forward to seeing you!

 

Hands On Massage Therapy, upstairs in the Asher Building, 500 West 15th Street, Cheyenne, WY 82001

Asher Building

 Asher Building, 500 West 15th Street Cheyenne

Asher Building, 500 West 15th Street Cheyenne

Cheyenne had its origins as a railroad town created in 1867 by the construction of the first transcontinental railroad, making it an important transportation center from its inception. Therefore, its commercial history was inextricably tied to the railroad. The building was constructed in ca. 1914-1915 and was provided with its own railroad siding on the south side, which has been removed. The Colorado and Southern Railroad laid tracks along the north side of the building; these have also been removed. However, the Union Pacific Railroad freight yards are located nearby, so the building retains its physical association with the railroad. The building is a well-preserved example of early twentieth century factory/warehouse architecture which originally functioned as a warehouse for a wholesale grocery concern, the McCord-Brady Company. In 1932 the McCord-Brady Company sold its holdings to the Asher-Wyoming Company which advertised itself as ''Wyoming's Leading Wholesale Grocer'' and remained at this location until 1974.  

This historic building has been completely renovated and now houses many businesses, including Hands On Massage Therapy, the Coffee Depot, WyoArt Factory, and many others.