Employing an array of soft-tissue and deep-tissue techniques, Professional Wellness Therapy nudges weary muscles back into place with clinical and rehabilitative massage. One of the licensed therapists will send your contractile tissues down a sinuously lazy river of relaxation with a Swedish massage or stimulate skeletal muscle with the soft-tissue pressure of a neuromuscular massage. A pregnancy massage reduces tension and bolsters circulation for moms-to-be; fibromyalgia therapy hones in on tender joints, tendons, and soft tissues; and trigger-point therapy instigates a high-noon showdown with aches. With flexible scheduling and dedicated appointments, Professional Wellness Therapy promises no overlapping or double-booking, even of multiarmed octopus therapists.
Willow Day Spa owner Brooke Hodge has every corner of beauty covered. She is not only a licensed massage therapist and aesthetician but also a NovaLash eyelash extensionist and is trained in oncology spa treatments. Since opening the doors to Willow Day Spa, Brooke and her team of beauticians have relied on all-natural product lines, Tecniche and Pevonia, to gently yet effectively keep complexions looking young. The spa's aestheticians call upon seven different facial treatments, including LED light therapy and microdermabrasion, and remove unwanted hairs with antibacterial Nufree wax, which doesn’t irritate the skin by leaving behind a residue or its pager number. Cellulite and dehydration are banished with the help of mango-passion yogurt and green coffee-infused body treatments, and the menu's organic airbrush spray tan is designed to last for up to one week.
Brooke is able to help cancer patients and survivors maintain their appearance with oncology spa treatments that include reflexology and a facial. Her treatments combine the Morag Currin Method of Oncology Esthetics with fragrance-free Tecniche products. The beauty haven also outfits clients with a wide range of Raquel Welch and Eva Gabor wigs during private, complimentary consultations.
At New Life Health Center, the husband-and-wife team of Doctors of Chiropractic Jennifer and Sean Lotterer relieve pain through natural remedies and gentle pressure. Dr. Sean Lotterer specializes in rehabilitating sports injuries and Dr. Jennifer Lotterer collaborates with patients on personal nutrition plans and treating chronic health conditions. Tackling hormone imbalances and degenerative disc disease, New Life’s office also works to improve patients' health through education and preventative care.
Proprietor Kelly Clawson and a team of follicle-tenders efficiently banish bikini-region fuzz via Brazilian-wax services. Armed with organic body wax, an experienced technician strips away all hairs overheard conversing in Portuguese, then inspects the area for stragglers to ensure skin is barer and smoother than a shellacked pear. Post-treatment, an application of soothing products aims to prevent bacterial growth in the area and dissuade ingrown hairs from appearing. Each bikini wax can keep hair away for up to six weeks; consult the site's FAQ section for more Brazilian-wax details.
Mary Abernathy grew up in a family where alternative healing methods were the norm, and this experience inspired her to attend the Atlanta School of Massage and become a licensed therapist. In addition to her membership with the Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals, Mary is also certified by the NCBTMB—a nationally recognized organization that tests practitioners and requires regular participation in educational courses. Mary draws on more than a decade of experience as she intuitively locates pain and brings relief with techniques such as deep tissue, neuromuscular therapy, and myoskeletal alignment. While she works, she concentrates on the deeper layers of the body without causing intense pain or embarrassing clients who are part onion.
Though he eventually made it back to his native Atlanta, Dr. A. Randle Beecham's medical journey took him to some of the South's finest institutes of higher learning. After honor-filled stints at a range of universities, Dr. Beecham founded a family practice in Cherokee County, supervising the health of a generation of patients during a two-decade career. Now, in addition to saving lives through emergency medicine and working as the Medical Director of the Atlanta Pregnancy Resource Center, Dr. Beecham brings his talents to Shefa Wellness Center.
There, a range of equipment, from imaging machines to fat-reducing radio-frequency devices, allows the team to work towards health and beauty goals alike. A battery of lasers fill the clinic, waiting to whiten teeth, improve the appearance of sun-damaged skin, or remove stretch marks. Drawing on this selection of treatment options, Dr. Beecham and the rest of the staff work with patients to assemble customized plans.
Within a cozy, homelike home of exultation, the dedicated professionals behind Practically Perfect Day Spa pamper grateful faces and aching muscles with personalized attention. During hour-long Swedish massages, therapeutic hands take glorious glides across the rippling rivers of sore muscles, kneading tense lumps of back-gravy into smooth silver-spoonfuls of opulence. Customers donning disparaged dermises can opt for the Practical facial, which treats the facepiece to a peaceful, hour-long journey though rejuvenation. Dirty squatters are scrubbed away from surface real estate and, if needed, extracted from pores with a fishing pole. Additionally, gentle exfoliation exhumes dead skin cells, and an included light massage and facial mask work together to restore youthful suppleness and radiance.