Handicap Accessible: Currently not
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Our "Therapeutic Thinking"
Brands Used: Olbas oil, Just b essential oils, Muscle Balm
At Breathe, owner Wendy Faber says one of her goals at the massage studio is to help her clients improve their lives and rediscover the energy and creativity they enjoyed in their childhood, which she she does by offering a variety of bodywork treatments, fitness programs?such as yoga, thai kickboxing, and self-defense?and social events that combine food, music, and dance. She and her staff also offer 15 types of massage. It might be challenging for clients to pick their favorite from such a selection, but Wendy says the service she most enjoys performing is the Hawaiian lomlomi massage. "...this massage takes your state of relaxation to a whole other level," she says. While the massage is not administered by her, she adds: "I, myself, feel amazingly open, calm and so much more centered after I give a lomilomi."
The expert staff at Sacred Hour doesn’t view spa services as treatments, but as rituals. As such, staffers take each facial, massage, and waxing service seriously, applying products imported from Italy amid the flickering glow of candles and the tranquil drips of tabletop fountains.
All members of the business crew support a local charity and pledge to give away 1% of their gross earnings. Sacred Hour also matches every dollar raised with bills that are exfoliated and massaged until wrinkle-free.
Jeff Caldwell strives to promote holistic health and well-being in clients by employing treatment modalities intended to restore balance throughout the mind, body, and spirit. Polarity therapy is one approach, incorporating elements of Eastern and Western modalities such as ayurvedic medicine, reflexology, deep-tissue work, joint articulation, and stretching to support a person's natural healing processes. Jeff's attempts to alleviate chronic pain and discomfort aren't limited to polarity therapy, though. He can also use reiki, acupressure, and craniosacral therapy depending on the client's particular needs.
After 12 years of business, In Carol’s Care, nationally board-certified colon hydrotherapist Carol Perkoski and her staff cleanse the body of accumulated waste with various detoxifying services. Their colon-hydrotherapy treatments rely on gravity and warm water to flush out systems, and their infrared-sauna sessions use penetrating heat to help the body sweat out stored toxins resulting from poor diets and polluted environments. Specializing in Thai Yoga massage, Carol's three qualified practitioners,use the 2,500-year-old ayurvedic body science to help stretch clients with yoga poses. To further enhance mind-body connections, she offers Reiki and energy healing.
At Holistic Lakewood, certified natural health professional and master herbalist Rachel Anzalone follows the principles of naturopathy to unlock each body?s innate ability to heal itself. The center?s services focus on nontoxic therapies?including reiki, massage, and naturopathy?designed to aid the body in its efforts to self-cleanse and treat problems at their root, instead of merely soothing symptoms. Holistic Lakewood?s professionals tailor a treatment plan to each client?s specific needs. They devote time to education, ensuring patients have the knowledge necessary to make lasting lifestyle changes.
"Ever since I can remember, I was always a skeptic—of western medicine that is! The idea of a drug or an over-the-counter medication to cover up a symptom didn’t make sense to me," says Dr. Michael Russell on his practice's website. Educated at Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis, Dr. Russell strives to keep his patients healthy through balance and nutrition. Rather than masking symptoms of illness with pills, ointments, and masking tape, he seeks out their root causes and tries to address them. He provides spinal adjustments to adults and children alike and recommends Standard Process whole-food supplements.