It begins with a thorough consultation. Each visitor to Amity Green Room first sits with one of the massage therapists, discussing any aches, pains, injuries, or persistent ailments. Based on findings, the therapist then selects from six modalities to address issues such as stress and sports-related injuries. The office also offers scrubs of the back or feet, as well as aromatherapy.
Dynamic Bodyworks offers a soothing slew of services to sledgehammer muscle tension into a puree of buttery bliss. Each 90-minute integrative bodywork massage integrates a bevy of stress-melting skin percussions and massage modalities. Experienced staff members tailor sessions to the needs of each customer, ensuring issues are treated with focused attention. During the holistic escape, postural conditions are addressed and stress is sloughed off in gobs of tossable goop. Stop in to the relaxing confines, let worldly worries evaporate, and transform bodies into tension-free embassies emanating good vibes throughout the land.
At MFC Spine & Sports, Doctor of Chiropractic Eric Murphy and his staff have more than a few pain-relief tricks up their sleeves. Their chiropractic techniques include the Diversified method, trigger-point therapy, and spinal decompression, just to name a few. For patients who want a second helping of holistic treatment, MFC's team also performs massage therapy.
AllWell Alliance's fleet of facilities pampers visitors with a cornucopia of services that includes holistic wellness sessions, fitness classes, and beautifying treatments. Though pricing varies depending on location, guests can ditch shaggy locks or parched skin with various salon and spa services ($8–$300) or begin working on their realistic hourglass costume for next Halloween with body-contouring sessions ($50–$350). Personal training and fitness classes ($15–$300)—such as yoga, boot camp, kickboxing, and Zumba—help ignite calorie bonfires that are then doused by muscle-rewarding massages ($40–$150). In addition, All Well Alliance directs torsos toward chiropractors ($25–$60/visit), acupuncturists ($25–$60/visit) and mental-health professionals for counseling or hypnosis ($50+/visit).
Signature Service: Deep-tissue massage and trigger-point therapy
Products Used: Hypoallergenic and organic products
Handicap Accessible: No
Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: Parking lot
Minimum Age Requirement: 18
Pro Tip: Make sure to stay hydrated and try to be in a relaxed state when coming in for a massage.
What are some of your most popular services? What do you think clients love them so much?
Clients love the combination of deep-tissue massage, hot stones, and aromatherapy because it creates a relaxing experience.
What's the most common mistake you see people make? What would you recommend they do instead?
Not drinking enough water before and after a massage. I recommend drinking at least half your bodyweight in ounces everyday.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
I have 14 years of experience in massage.
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