Meet The Team


Ashley Uccellini

Licensed Massage Therapist

Owner of Collar City Wellness Center

I graduated from The Center for Natural Wellness School of Massage in 2008 wanting to help people feel better using a holistic approach. Along my journey of meeting my husband, who wrestled and coached,  we realized that we needed to bridge the gap between training and wellness. In 2014 Underground Athletics was born which brought training and wellness together and easily accessible to all athletes. Our business continued to grow and we were able to purchase a warehouse is 2019. We have a heart for helping people and are grateful everyday that we get to play a small role in your wellness journey. 


Bridget Cox

Licensed Massage Therapist 

After working in the Human Service field for several years I was faced with an injury that left  more questions than answers. Daily head pain,difficulty listening, the whole muscular system was under attack. 

2016 I officially became a Licensed Massage Therapist.  Massage Therapy offers many modalities that have proven to be beneficial to our muscular system and nervous system. Graduating from The Center for Natural Wellness did provide  me with many “tools'' to help others. From chronic to acute pain, soreness to muscle spasms, controlling headaches, staying fit and healthy, to the occasional pampering.


As my education continues to grow, I am learning more body work techniques that further enhance my current services such as; Deep Tissue, Sports, Hot Stones, Cupping, Craniosacral and stretching.   


Sharayah Misiewicz

Licensed Acupuncturist

I graduated from Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine with a Masters in Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine.  I have been a nurse for over a decade, and was driven to traditional medicine to help people heal themselves with a more holistic and self empowering approach.  Traditional Chinese medicine uses modalities such as acupuncture, electrical stimulation, cupping, gua sha (scraping), tui na (chinese massage), moxa (burning of dried mugwort), and herbal medicine to create an individualized treatment that tackles not only the branch symptoms but also the root of imbalance.