Q. What is your name?
My name is Margaret Good, you can call me Margo.
Q. What is your business?
Emerald Lake Massage
Q. Tell us more about your business?
Emerald Lake Massage focuses on pinpointing and fixing muscular issues using different techniques to give your body the custom massage it needs
Q. How did your company begin?
Back in 2017, David LaSalle planted a seed in my ear by offering a place to massage under what will now be the Vert Coworking space. Little did I know that seed would continue to grow into a blossoming business.
Q. How long have you been in the space?
A little over four years now.
Q. How long have you been in Estes Park?
I have been here for about 6 years.
Q. Why did you choose Estes Park?
It was an easy decision. I started as a seasonal worker and did some serving and bartending in town. The next season I decided I was not leaving and here I am! Estes Park stole my heart.
Q. What do you have to offer Vert coworking members?
I am eager to offer body work on site when appointments are available. What a great opportunity to relax and reset on your break! I offer several treatments that can help stimulate your mind and rejuvenate your body to keep you fresh during your day.
Q. How do you think a coworking space will benefit your community?
This is an exciting addition to our community! We haven’t had anything like this up here. I imagine there are a lot of people that work remotely up here and this space is perfect to come and get projects done.
Q. If we went to happy hour, what would you order?
Any appetizer with lots of cheese!
And maybe a whiskey.
Q. If you could have dinner with anyone, who would it be?
Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
“My mother told me to be a lady. And for her, that meant be your own person, be independent.”
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