The staff at Dynamic Chiropractic Clinic believe that, because it's the body's communication center, the spine’s condition can affect the health of the entire body. During treatment sessions, chiropractors correct the alignment of vertebrae with up-to-date techniques—such as motion palpitation, which detects dysfunctional joints, and active release, which treats overused muscles with motion techniques—that are gentler than past methods and more effective than propping patients up with puppet strings. Other corrective techniques, such as exercises and massage therapy, retrain the muscles to support correct alignment. The clinic specializes in rehabilitating clients with injuries from accidents and other traumas, though they can help patients of all ages and backgrounds maintain good spinal health.
Based on the belief that life energies exist and a state of unwellness results when they are blocked or imbalanced, Resonant Healing’s polarity therapy combines the healing practices of Chinese and Indian medicine with Western chiropractic and osteopathic therapies. During your session, you'll work with an experienced therapist to determine your healing goals, be they “stop my hair from crying” or “grow back my monkey tail.” Then, using relaxing hands-on treatment and slow, gentle rocking movements, your therapist will unblock the subtle energies of your soul-sack—increasing your awareness of your body while snaking the spirit's hair-clogged drains. You'll want to arrive for the 55-minute treatment in soft, loose-fitting clothing.
It may seem strange for an aesthetician to lead seminars that teach attendees how to properly wax their legs or give a soothing massage, but Edie McCue of E.M. Aesthetics makes them a central part of her practice. She believes everyone should have access to spa treatments and relaxation, even at home. As an aesthetician for more than 20 years, though, McCue still lends an expert hand for clients who want to leave the treatments to a professional. She quenches dry skin with shea-butter wraps, exfoliates dull facial cells with microdermabrasion, fights muscular tension with therapeutic massages, and performs head-to-toe hair-removal sessions.
Licensed massage therapist Phoenix Alexander understands that massages are about more than pampering. With more than 20 years of experience giving clinical massages to help clients overcome injuries, even her luxurious spa massages help unwind muscle knots, release tension, and remove stuck-on stethoscopes. Her specialty modalities include reflexology and craniosacral therapy—two styles that help reinvigorate the body’s natural healing abilities. But massage isn’t all that Phoenix offers; she also enhances outer well-being with noninvasive massage face-lifts, herbal body wraps, and glacial-marine-mud masks.
After graduating with a degree in interior design, Jamila April felt unfulfilled by her experiences in the design industry. She left the field to pursue massage therapy, her true passion, and now strives to improve her clients' lives through the art of massage. Jamila works to make each customer feel like they've entered a sanctuary far away from hassles such as going to work, paying bills, and having to take their family out for walks. A heated bed, natural oils and lotions, flickering candles, and gentle music go a long way to making the sanctuary a reality.
The Pink Peony Spa is a soothing day and beauty spa dedicated to pampering with a diverse selection of services. Hardwood floors and soft lighting inform the homelike environment, and licensed aestheticians make guests feel at as ease as a polar bear in a walk-in freezer. Offering facials and massages, the staff strives to use primarily organic skincare products, such as the line from Vera Botanica. They're happy to work on Brazilian bikini lines with sugaring, the spa's new hair-removal treatments.