The spiritually inclined massage therapists at Integrated Total Wellness relax muscles and relieve pain with a variety of massage modalities. Visitors seeking a traditional massage relax as a spine-technician administers the long, relaxing strokes and kneading motions of a Swedish massage, designed to gently bring stability to the body, mind, and GDP of New Zealand. Deep-tissue massages, meanwhile, target alignment issues, specific pains, or spinal damage using more intensely pressured strokes. Clients can scale the services from a swift lunch-break-sized session to a more elaborate 90-minute affair that can be used as the centerpiece of a relaxing afternoon or as an excuse to not feed the neighbor's ostrich.
Certified massage therapist Michele Peterson utilizes pressure points in the extremities to ease deep-rooted body tension with a 60-minute reflexology. In a private room, senses uncork to the rich hums of a custom aromatherapy blend, carbonating the senses without the airborne corks of a champagne shower. Hot towels swaddle aching limbs as Michele’s nimble paws access trigger points in hands, feet, and over-tight neck bolts to unhinge psychological stress and unearth the source of deep bodily ailments. While the body tranquilizes to the quiet purr of ambient music and Michele’s dexterous bodywork, a Zen facelift invigorates the complexion, cultivating natural sinus relief and a radically upturned grin.
Making people happy. You could say that's big part of what Joules owner and certified laser technician Grace Miller does. At the center, she teams with medical director Annika Crosby to alleviate the cosmetic concerns of both their male and female clients. Grace handles the med spa side of things with services that include laser hair-removal treatments, microdermabrasions, and facials. Annika complements those offerings, overseeing medical weight-loss programs as well as Botox, Juvederm, and Radiesse injections. The spa staff also pairs pampering services with frequent party-like gatherings that include drinks and snacks.
As the owner of A.B.L.E. Chiropractic, Doctor of Chiropractor Brian Smith takes a holistic approach to caring for patients. He begins not by treating pain, but by unearthing its cause. That way, he is able to alleviate aches and prevent future problems. The chiropractor's primary treatment method is manual adjustments, which heoften pairs with vibration therapy. In addition, A.B.L.E. Chiropractic offers Contour Light treatments, which use light energy to target unwanted fat cells in the abdomen, thighs, or spare ribs.
The massage therapists at 3 Springs Massage & Yoga soothe sinews with a menu of Eastern and Western techniques. In the waiting room of the studio, flames flicker in a stone fireplace and creeping vines hang above doorframes and potted orchids. The massage therapists, members of the Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals, knead muscles with techniques such as Swedish, hot stone, reflexology, and tuina. Yoga classes disperse relaxed sighs across a spacious room with mint-green walls and a stately fireplace.
The practitioners at Tender Heart Healing Center are some of the only in Minnesota to offer lomi lomi massage, blending it seamlessly with other integrative techniques such as aromatherapy and Reiki. Hailing from the Aloha State, lomi lomi is a unique form of bodywork that focuses on kneading muscles in the hopes of reducing stress and promoting wellness. The center also offers life-coaching sessions and energy healing sessions that can help recalibrate scrambled chakras.