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Armed with hot stones and trained in the fluid art of Swedish massage, Anita Rosebush draws on the training she received at Southwest Institute for Healing Arts in Arizona during her relaxing services. This licensed therapist also holds certification in LaStone therapy and earned the title of Reiki Master teacher. As owner of Massage Journey, she brings more than 15 years of experience to each session, adjusting her approach to ease careworn muscles and subdue stress. When she isn't untangling sinewy knots, Anita teaches private yoga classes as a certified instructor registered with the Yoga Alliance, which recognizes credible teachers by letting them sit at the cool table.
When Emily Boudwin massages her clients, they aren?t the only ones benefitting from her skilled hands. ?It relaxes me to give others massage,? her website proclaims. Maybe it?s the flickering of candles and soft music playing during appointments that infuses both Emily and her clients with tranquility. Or possibly, it?s the sense of satisfaction she gets from helping customers feel better with techniques that range from Swedish massage, a relaxing, flowing style designed to ease aches, to neuromuscular therapy, which works specific muscles to help restore their proper function. Her couples-massage class, meanwhile, bestows partners with techniques that can relieve stress.
As someone who worked in the fashion and beauty industry, surrounded by those seeking physical perfection at any cost, Susan J. C. Alveshere was well aware of the risks associated with plastic surgery. In an effort to avoid scalpels, pain, and unflattering hospital gowns, she sought out the noninvasive slimming technologies of laser lipo and ultrasound. Alveshere founded Body Rejuvenate as a welcoming place where clients could take advantage of these nonsurgical solutions to deal with stubborn bulges and drooping derri?res. The master laser-lipo technician and her med-spa team also use their tools for face-lifts, wrinkle reduction, hair removal, and tattoo removal.
The medical technicians at Body Refine can reduce cellulite, erase fine lines and wrinkles, and tone their clients' body contours using only two tools: radio frequency and ultrasound. The combination of energies heats fibers resting below skin's surface, either causing fat to dissolve and reduce the appearance of cellulite or prompting growth of new collagen fibers to smooth wrinkled areas. No matter which area of the body technicians target, treatments are noninvasive and require no downtime, allowing clients to immediately resume their everyday activities or moonlight as traffic cops in the middle of Manhattan.
Athena Walters and Rylie Southwick, the licensed massage therapists at Massageface, both draw on extensive backgrounds in the soothing art. Athena dissolves muscle knots with trigger-point massages and guides limbs through passive stretches during sports massages. Rylie excels in Thai massage and deep-tissue massages, which soothe muscles after sprains or rugby teams’ discovery you’ve been stealing their newspapers. The duo strives to make every patient feel pampered, blending fragrant essential oils into massage lotion and warming muscles and joints with heated basalt stones.