Business school might not be the first place you'd imagine a massage therapist earning a certification. Ever since graduating from the massage therapy program at the Minnesota School of Business, however, Sherri Anderson has used her kneading know-how to relax countless achy muscles. Versed in myriad modalities, including Swedish, sports, and hot-stone massage, the certified massage therapist incorporates whatever techniques best treat each client's needs. Besides decreasing soreness, her massages help lower blood pressure, increase posture, and improve range of motion more effectively than transplanting your brain into Stretch Armstrong. Sherri works as part of The Circle of Healing Arts, a wellness cooperative whose other services run the gamut from life coaching to reiki.
The licensed massage therapists at Ideal Massage extol massage as more than just a relaxing luxury. Although their massages can in fact induce sublime serenity, the team focuses more on the therapeutic aspect of massage. They gear their strokes to not only relieve headaches and muscle tension but to boost energy, improve sleep, and increase mental function.
At Hope Healing, Isabella and her staff of healers use unconventional techniques to restore faith to those who have experienced a loss. Due to extensive training, their talents encompass a broad scope of modalities, from yoga and meditation to serving as mediums between clients and angels or loved ones who've crossed over. No matter which healing service clients opt for, they'll leave as renewed as a library book they just checked out for the fourth time.
Founded in 1948, the ChiroCenter has succeeded through the decades due in large part to the expertise of their doctors of chiropractic, the ranks of whom now include nine different chiropractors with as much as 35 years of experience. At each of the center's five offices, these doctors alleviate their patients' pain using adjusting techniques whose purposes range from improving biomechanics to reducing nervous-system interference. One such technique is the activator method, a process for fixing subluxations that involves delivering low-force, high-speed thrusts with a handheld instrument that resembles a mini pogo stick or a giant ant pogo stick. These practices treat more than just the back; benefits also include reducing fatigue and improving headaches and sciatica.
For 20 years, Doctor of Chiropractic Catherine Gray has taken a whole-body approach to alleviating pain and helping each client find their physical potential. She leads a handpicked team of holistic health experts, including Doctor of Chiropractic Theresa Burns, who specializes in caring for athletes and children; personal trainer and medical exercise specialist Chris Chronister; and two licensed massage therapists. The doctor showcases her dedication to healing bodies in every facet of her career. In addition to owning and operating MorningStar Chiropractic, she runs a consulting company that helps students transition from chiropractic school to private practice, and is a quarter-time faculty member at Northwestern Health Sciences University. Jeff Zachman, L.Ac has also recently joined the team.
The team takes a multifaceted approach to chiropractic care, addressing damaging subluxations and their physical consequences with methods ranging from cervical traction to ultrasound physiotherapy. They also offer soothing reiki sessions to balance chakras impacted by stress or metaphorical meteors.
Dr. Don Jewell oversees an assortment of alternative health treatments and laser services intended to bolster overall wellness and self-image. Chiropractic care aims to straighten misaligned spines through precise adjustments, while holistic services—including lifestyle advice and nutritional counseling—empower clients to make more informed decisions about diet, exercise, and nutritional supplements. To cultivate surface-level beauty, the clinic also performs a range of laser-aided services, such as Zerona circumference-slimming treatments.