At Darcy’s Beauty Solutions, Darcy, a medical aesthetician, combats wrinkles with an array of antiaging injectables: Botox, Juvederm, Perlane, and Dysport. However, she is more than a medical aesthetician—she is also a certified laser technician who can rejuvenate faces with fractional laser skin resurfacing. During the treatment, the laser’s beams shatter into microbeams, which noninvasively alleviate burn scars and shrink large pores. To round out her selection, Darcy stocks a variety of skincare products, which range from oil-free makeup remover to a pH-balanced glycolic mud cleanser.
In-Spira is dedicated to helping you, your family and your business find your pathway to health and fitness. Choose from innovative, energizing movement and nutrition programs that put the fun back in exercise, meals and life, to enhance and restore your health and fitness.
Immortal Palace's therapists practice acupuncture and chinese herbal medicine to help patients overcome an array of physical and mental illnesses, from chronic pain and infertility to anxiety and insomnia. Using needles as thin as cats' whiskers, they stimulate different combinations of acupoints to strengthen the flow of chi, or life force, that circulates along the body's energy meridians. The therapists, who specialize in women's health, also oversee a diet program called The Only Nutrition Program You'll Ever Need, which helps participants detoxify their bodies and overcome cravings for sugar.
Ansley Watson first discovered the rehabilitative power of Pilates in 1998 after a car accident laid her low. The simple exercises helped her rebuild flexibility and shore up weakened muscles. In fact, Her introduction to Pilates was so life changing that she decided to become a certified Pilates instructor. In 2006, she opened Joie de Vivre Pilates Studio with the hope of sharing the same regimen that got her on the mend—the “Joy in Life” she found by building a healthy life-style class by class.
At Joie de Vivre Pilates, Ansley and her fellow instructors lead students through a variety of private and group Pilates classes. Sessions designed for pregnant women help bolster back muscles, and cardio jumpboard sessions targeted toward skiers amp up stamina. Of course, the studio also hosts tried-and-true reformer classes where students and undercover bosses of all experience levels can work at their own pace.
The certified laser technicians at What Were You Inking? wield an Astanza YAG laser to undo tattoos inked in any color. After an initial assessment determines the proper course of treatment for tats of up to 10 square inches, staffers choose one of three light wavelengths to tackle and break up pigment during each 15-minute treatment. Most tattoos typically disappear after 5–10 treatments, depending on the image’s age, the type of ink used, and whether it was professionally created or drawn on using a half-melted Kit Kat. Clients typically experience little discomfort, and side effects are mild and may include temporary redness or swelling. What Were You Inking? answers additional client questions online on its FAQ page.
At Trinity’s Massage and Laser, LLC, staff members have mastered 13 different types of massages, which they use to relieve tension in clients' bodies before it escapes from their mouths in the form of a scream. Skilled hands relieve both stress and backaches, targeting knots and tense muscles with hot-stone massages, shiatsu, and hydrotherapy. Reflexology and craniosacral therapy sessions work with the body’s energy channels to balance systems and induce relaxation. Alternatively, in Vezazz laser-lipo sessions, technicians use powerful beams to reduce waistlines and fat cells lurking underneath the skin.
As the name suggests, Health Partners of Colorado combines the expertise of physicians, chiropractors, and massage therapists. Although they come from various schools of thought, each member of the team works toward the same goal: to help patients live healthy lives. To achieve this purpose, medical doctors use blood tests, electrocardiograms, and diagnostics; chiropractors apply noninvasive treatments to help the body heal itself; and massage therapists knead muscles and joints to relieve tension and pain.