Massage therapist Dawn Bramhall brings 900 hours of comprehensive bodywork training to each treatment session. To promote health and healing within people of all backgrounds and lifestyles, her service menu includes everything from gentle Swedish and prenatal techniques to more intensive trigger-point and sports massages. Her deep understanding of anatomy enables her to effectively work with men, women, athletes, and droids.
With scientific grounding from onsite physicians, the staff at The iBody design courses of pound-shedding and detoxifying treatments that focus on resetting metabolism, balancing hormones, and liquefying fat cells with lasers. Using iBody's medical weight-loss program helps stored fat release 1,500–4,000 calories per day, the equivalent of an armchair made out of hamburger. SmartLipo treatments help vanquish fat cells by prodding flab with laser fibers through a canella, whereas testosterone therapy inserts small pellets under the skin that release small doses of weight loss–inducing hormones over the course of three to six months.
While she was paying the bills by writing, producing, and casting Hollywood projects, Roxy Han, L.Ac., harbored a secret fascination with health. In her spare time, Han would research health-related topics, and when anyone on set had a headache, a cough, or a sniffling pet rock, she would draw from a well of wellness wisdom to dole out advice. Eventually this earned her a reputation as the unofficial doctor wherever she was, but she didn't switch careers just yet.Then, at a jujitsu convention, Han reached forward to perform an advanced-level throw on a black-belt fighter. In one painful pop, her shoulder was out of commission. Fortunately, Han's sensei was an acupuncturist, and the skills he demonstrated throughout the following week lessened her injury’s impact. Galvanized by this personal experience, Han trained with master acupuncturists, graduated from her program with honors, and became a professional needle master. Now, with the help of Doctor of Chiropractic Mary Ensign, skilled acupuncturist Sandy Lee – a former classmate of Han's who specializes in pain relief and psycho-emotional issues – and a team of licensed massage therapists, she holistically treats a range of bodily symptoms.