At InShapeMD, doctors shepherd clients through wellness programs designed to help them feel younger and increase their energy. Exams and lab work provide the medical team with baseline data at the start of the signature Count Down Diet—a guided, one-on-one support and nutrition regimen that can be supplemented with injections of vitamin B12, lipotropics, or big-band music, all of which are designed to boost energy. Hormone-replacement programs for both women and men aim to restore focus, wellness, and libido by adding hormone-replacement for testosterone injections, creams, and troches.
Sarah L. Schoolcraft, a licensed massage therapist who honed her skills at Mountain State School of Massage, has been in practice for more than 10 years. At Well Balanced Massage Therapy, she dissolves stress and promotes healing with techniques that range from deep-tissue kneading to gentle, soothing strokes tailored for elderly patients. Detoxifying wraps, herbal facials, and other beautifying treatments complete the spa experience.
Dr. Charles Judy oversees a team of skin and wellness experts that works to bolster clients? visages. Microdermabrasion treatments diminish the appearance of fine lines and sun damage, and Botox Cosmetic injections target wrinkles caused by squinting, frowning, and constantly whistling. The staff also uses hormone-replacement therapy to help alleviate issues with cramps, hot flashes, night sweats, and insomnia.
A graduate of the Body Therapy Institute, Body Balance Spa owner and certified massage therapist Carrie Boucher recalibrates bodies and relieves raw muscles with a range of targeted massage services. A treatment designed to promote overall wellness and a lifelong love of gravlax, the lighter-touch Swedish massage concentrates on calming the muscle system, improving circulation, and promoting relaxation to a middle-management rank. Athletes can lengthen long jumps and lower limbo poles by keeping individual muscles working more efficiently thanks to a myofascial––or deep-tissue––massage. A slower paced massage, this technique spotlights the connective tissues surrounding the muscles, releasing tension, eliminating adhesions between muscle groups, and disseminating deep feelings of relaxation. Helpful for clients suffering from hypertension, anxiety, insomnia, or muscle pain, integrative reflexology massage works by stimulating reflex areas in the hands and feet, which correspond to every part of the body, including the organs, glands, and the brain's staff of daydream writers. This type of massage also boosts lymphatic, nerve, and blood circulation and whittles away muscular tension in the neck, shoulders, elbows, hip, sciatic area, and back.
Certified massage therapist Kirsten J. Mills employs a myriad of massage modalities to help sooth both physical and emotional tension. 60- and 90-minute sessions integrate Swedish, deep-tissue, and shiatsu styles to help soothe tightly wound muscles and prepare backs for future careers supporting human pyramids. Kirsten employs a variety of massage techniques, from basic strokes to rocking movements to applying pressure on specific parts of the body. The massage helps muscle-mendees experience improved circulation, joint flexibility, and stress and fatigue relief.
At Body Wrap 360, clients emerge not only more relaxed, but also feeling sleeker and slimmer. They lie on massage tables as their skin absorbs the minerals from an all-natural solution, while warm blankets help the solution penetrate pores better than asking the client to chant "open sesame" during sessions. Massages also usher clients toward relaxation, and infrared-sauna sessions help with the reduction of cellulite and toxins in systems.