State-licensed specialists pamper every inch of clients' bodies with skincare services, whole-body treatments, and massage therapy bolstered by brand-name products. Licensed by the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology, Celebration Day Spa's aestheticians skillfully pamper epidermal surfaces during procedures including the popular That's Classic! facial and the firming cactus toning wrap, which features a citrus grass scrub and a massage with agave-nectar oil. Clients may also hop atop a comfy treatment table and let one of the spa's State Medical Board of Ohio?licensed massage therapists knead away tension and stress with treatments ranging from a 15-minute chair massage to a 60-minute golf massage. Celebration Day Spa's team actively gives back to the community by supporting various charitable organizations through events, fundraisers, and countless nods of approval.
As the name implies, Silverfox Massage & Crafts has not one but two raisons d'etre. Primarily, muscles are assuaged of their aches and tension with seven types of massages, ranging from Swedish to myofascial release massage with optional hand paraffin dips. But it's more than just untying knotted muscles and retying them into decorative bows; Silverfox also offers goodies such as genuine handmade, hand-sewn leather bags and hand-painted notebooks, whose ring- or cord-bound covers guard journal entries and Game Boy cheat codes in more than 30 designs.
Relaxationz Massage and Wellness offers massages of all kinds. From a 20- or- 30-minute kneading of the neck, head, and shoulders to a 90-minute full-body massage, massage therapists can accommodate just about any schedule. They offer a variety of modalities as well, including hot stone, sports, Thai herbal, and myofascial release. Relaxationz Massage and Wellness also offers body treatments, such as seaweed wraps and aromatherapy, and holistic treatments, such as reiki.
At Charm Salon & Boutique, Laurie Weber, a licensed massage therapist focuses on chronic pain, stress, and injury. Laurie has long been devoted to helping others heal. As an adult, she became interested in holistic therapies, earning the status of reiki master in 2008 and incorporating meditation into her own routine.
Today, Laurie offers several modalities, from hot-stone and Swedish massage to reflexology—all in an effort to pamper you and provide another chance to defend your status as top break-dancer this side of the Cuyahoga River. Many of Laurie’s clients claim her techniques not only help with physical aches, but with emotional well-being, too.
The backbone experts at Pinnacle Chiropractic’s network of seven offices straighten spines to help clients manage pain. A free initial evaluation helps doctors determine the source of each ache, whether it be a sports injury or a work-related repetitive motion, such as giving the intern their daily noogie. Adjustments aim to realign the bones of the spine, and massages release knotted muscles, helping to treat the underlying causes of clients’ complaints. Refusing to limit themselves to the office, Pinnacle’s physicians also unfurl their tender touch at sporting events, festivals, and lunch with stiff-necked in-laws.
A graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic, Dr. Mark Garner calls upon his scholastic knowledge of anatomy and his 27 years of experience to straighten spines with a noninvasive, energy-balancing system that boosts the body's healing potential. In addition to chiropractic adjustments and massages, Dr. Garner treats 10 bodily zones during reflexology sessions that can improve circulation in the feet and stop hands from rebelliously clapping during golf matches and visits to rare-fly hatcheries. Garner Chiropractic also specializes in acid-alkaline balance, bioenergetics, and paraffin-wax treatments that soften skin and promote healthy blood flow.