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Angela Herrera of Feel Good Therapy has rock stars for groupies. Having lent her expert massage-therapy skills to members of bands including Foreigner, Nickelback, and Stone Temple Pilots, Angela has built a reputation for professionalism and results. She personally passes her knack for reducing chronic pain and tension to every therapist she hires, guaranteeing each client is treated to her exacting standards. When she and her staff aren’t providing mobile massages, Angela aims to improve lives through the healing power of art.

2017 S. Cooper St
Pantego,
TX
US

We are an Aveda concept Salon and day spa located at 808 W. Abram Street in Arlington Texas. Burt Grant has proudly served the DFW metroplex since 1976.

808 W Abram St
Arlington,
TX
US

At World of Wellness, a team individually tailors a wellness plan to each patient, often offering complimentary weight-loss and wellness consultations to new clients. For clients interested in more in-depth therapies, visits begin with an in-depth diagnostic consultation, followed by a physical exam that helps the doctors better understand the patients' ailments and preferences. Doctors then construct a wellness plan, drawing from services including natural medicine, chiropractic work, rehab, massage therapy, and nutritional counseling.

2017 S Cooper St
Arlington,
TX
US

Helmed by a team of aesthetic medical physicians and registered nurses, Asheni MedSpa reshapes and rejuvenates the skin with a litany of skin-smoothing treatments. Botanical facials, chemical peels, and microdermabrasion treatments lift away dull, dead cells while nurturing the growth of supple collagen, whereas injectables iron out fine lines and wrinkles for months at a time. The med spa also employs lasers to remove unwanted facial and body hair and resurface and rejuvenate aging skin.

715 W. Abrams
Arlington,
TX
US

Clotilde Barnes's passion for holistic healthcare and nutrition has led her around the globe. After graduating from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico, the native of Veracruz, Mexico, went on to train at the Western College for Medical Assistance and the San Francisco School of Massage while becoming a licensed medical aesthetician. Her journey to the U.S. in 2000 drew her deeper into the medical field, affording her the opportunity to work with family doctors, dermatologists, and chiropractors. Barnes has pooled everything that science and ancient traditions have taught her, and has owned her own business since 2008.

Barnes promotes health and well-being with alternative therapies such as reflexology sessions, which balance bodily energy via pressure points in the feet. Organic chemical peels exfoliate skin with gentle enzymes and minerals to diminish fine lines. She also performs photofacials that employ light-emitting diodes, diachronic lamps, or Lite-Brite pins to boost collagen production and combat signs of aging.

1104 West Pioneer Parkway
Arlington,
TX
US

The staff at Why Knot Massage strive to create a tranquil environment conducive to total relaxation. They use training in a number of modalities—including deep-tissue massage, sports massage, and reflexology—to ease clients' muscle tension and help reduce conditions such as high blood pressure or anxiety. They also employ hot stones and hot-towel foot scrubs to deepen a session's therapeutic benefits. They also travel to local offices for chair massages, which can improve employee morale and reduce the number of stress-ball-related finger strain.

1148 W Pioneer Pkwy
Arlington,
TX
US