White Lotus Massage and Yoga's diverse staff fosters a relaxed, noncompetitive environment where clients can pursue their holistic wellness goals through massage-therapy services and a robust schedule of yoga classes. A FAR infrared heating system warms the yoga practice space up to healing temperatures designed to detoxify the body and loosen muscles, tendons, and minds in preparation for yoga’s soothing stretches. A textured flooring system provides support, comfort, and grip so students can perform Yin yoga's long-held balancing postures or Vinyasa's flowing movements with confidence. White Lotus' skillful massage therapists ease physical and emotional tension with unique massage modalities, such as owner Carolyn Calvacca's signature Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Therapy method. While maintaining balance with overhead bars, Carolyn carefully places her feet along the client's body in gliding strokes, providing a deep yet relaxing muscle-mashing treatment.
Spafit's team specializes in noninvasive aesthetic services designed to improve clients' appearances and well-being. Their performed procedures include skin tightening, LPL, Genesis, and relaxation services. Clients can also foster healthy habits with group exercise classes or nutrition-counseling sessions, where they learn lifestyle tips and diet tricks to improve their health and fitness over time. For immediate healing, massages and chiropractic services soothe body aches or chronic pain. Laser treatments provide high-tech solutions that gently remove unwanted hair or tighten sagging skin during a nonsurgical face-lift. In addition, the spa's relaxation and meditation rooms are open to all clients, as well as any birds willing to tweet peaceful songs to room occupants.
Dr. Joyce Guirand and her staff of technicians at Aesthetic Medical Care of New York perform an array of professional cosmetic procedures for faces and bodies. The menu of services includes Botox injections, facial chemical peels designed to target fine lines, wrinkles, and acne scarring, and i-Lipo body shaping, a non-invasive treatment during which technicians target cellulite with low-level lasers
Were it not for the sweet scent of pomade and the constant buzzing of clippers, it would be easy to mistake Park Ave. Barbers for a cozy after-work hangout. After receiving a warm welcome, men with mussed hairdos hop into leather thrones and entrust their styles to the shop’s expert barbers. Flat-screen televisions keep eyes distracted from the scissors behind them as the barbers work assiduously to dress up scalps in timeless fashions. A hot lather softens whiskers before a traditional straight-razor shave coaxes out facial tattoos cowering in the darkness of a five o’clock shadow.
Twin brothers Garrett and Nicholas Athenas have established a family business based on wellness. As a certified holistic nutrition educator and a certified nutritional therapist, they meet with clients to dispense lifestyle advice with holistic health in mind. They examine each client's history, goals, and current fitness before prescribing an optimal program, incorporating multivitamins along with dietary and exercise regimens as needed. They also conduct lab tests and stress response tests that aim to reduce anxiety. Through their detailed and customized approach, Garrett and Nicholas hope to help clients lose weight, gain energy, and adopt and maintain healthy habits.
OTOhealth Hearing Care protects and preserves auditory abilities by equipping patients with appropriate hearing technology and services. Each office carries an extensive line of hearing aids that sit behind the ear, on top of the ear, or inside the ear, or loop under the chin, around the back, and over the big toe before finally settling somewhere near the ear.
Its health-care professionals can lead comprehensive screenings for children and adults and help pair patients with a device to meet their unique needs. Additionally, technicians can expedite minor repairs to devices onsite and can also connect customers with assisted-listening devices that augment FM radios, alarm clocks, doorbells, TVs, and telephones.