Spinal Care of St. Louis's Doctor of Chiropractic Nathan Heimgartner oversees a wide range of therapeutic services in finding a balance between extensive chiropractic know-how and holistic health. In the center's private treatment rooms, which eschew clinical starkness in favor of soft lighting and calming pastel colors, Dr. Heimgartner uses thorough chiropractic exams, massages, LipoLaser sessions, nutrition counseling, and movies about baby hedgehogs to bolster feelings of wellness. The resident team of licensed massage therapists eases muscle tension with a bevy of relaxing modalities, aiding Dr. Heimgartner in his quest to rid bodies of back pain, sports injuries, whiplash, and other ailments.
Licensed massage therapist Kimberly Collier channels more than 800 hours of training into kneading out bothersome knots. After she studied holistic-healing techniques at the Healing Arts Center, she opened Intuitive Healing Arts to bring harmony to minds, bodies, and spirits.
She helps bodies tap into their innate healing abilities through soothing modalities that range from Swedish to deep-touch and myofascial release massage to Reiki and transformational breath work. The latter uses breathing techniques to stimulate circulation and improve well-being.
Advanced certified stylist Audrey Johnson draws on six years of experience, including experience as a corporate trainer for Xtreme Lashes, each time she customizes a Jo Mousselli Xtreme Lash treatment that befits her clients? distinct facial structures. After crafting the look, she then carefully adheres the chosen set to natural lashes, resulting in a more voluminous look without the mess of mascara.
At Living Lite St. Louis, Keith Haddrill uses hypnosis to help his clients subconsciously learn new behaviors and adapt to a healthier relationship with food. Drawing on the Lighten Up Weight Loss program developed by Living Lite founder Master Hypnotist Keith Haddrill in 1987, Haddrill's three-hour courses are designed to motivate exercise and help clients avoid emotional eating.
From his earliest days watching his father work at his dental practice, Dr. Kyle Schmitz has been interested in helping people improve their health and well-being. Now, the father-and-son duo work practically side by side with offices in the same building. Dr. Schmitz the younger brings a holistic approach to his ministrations, pairing spinal realignment with ache-reducing massage to release endorphins and promote circulation, and doling out nutrition advice to stave off diet-related maladies. As a Titleist Performance Institute–certified golf-fitness instructor, he also helps patients fine-tune their golf swing, maintain proper club handling, and adjust their golf bag’s spine.