Since opening Nutrition World in 1979, founder Ed Jones has fostered healthy mastication with an expansive inventory of natural, organic, and gluten-free foodstuffs. As shoppers peruse the aisles, nutrition-savvy store clerks stand by to answer inquiries and suggest healthy alternatives to junk food such as chips or notoriously indulgent Cracker Jack prizes. Shelves sport boxes of DeBoles gluten-free pasta ($3.89), and refrigerators eschew lactose with cartons of sunflower, coconut, hemp, and almond milk ($2.99+). Shoppers can scarf down the protein of an OhYeah! chocolate-caramel bar ($2.49) or work on their Popeye impressions by downing Amy's spinach pizza ($7.99).
Margie Wesley, the licensed acupuncturist of Four Seasons Wellness, studied the art of needling in Albuquerque and Beijing. In private and group settings, she uses her talents to help ease conditions such as pain, emotional ailments, and hula-hooping injuries.
During more than two decades in the beauty industry, Charity—the head of Hair 1 and Spa 2—has amassed a wide-ranging arsenal of expertise, excelling in fields as diverse as laser hair removal and manicures. In her capacity as a stylist, her cut and color services revamp coifs, and her facials, peels, and Photo Lite age-spot treatments rejuvenate the faces beneath them. Alternatively, her massages, which include Swedish or deep tissue, dissolve stress and facilitate internal harmony. Clients can pop into her Zen-like salon or schedule an appointment for her to visit their homes or live-in solariums.
No two patients have the exact same needs. That's why the team at Due West Integrated Health offers an array of minimally invasive treatment options, all aimed at improving a visitor's well-being by relieving symptoms as well as their underlying causes. The staff?which includes chiropractors, a general physician, an acupuncturist, and a licensed massage therapist?works together to provide comprehensive treatment plans that rely on modern as well as time-honored therapies. Decompression sessions relieve the aches caused by vertebral misalignment, while massages can soothe accordion-folded muscles with everything from gentle Swedish strokes to neuromuscular techniques. The center also offers medically guided weight-loss programs for clients looking to make lifestyle changes. These treatments are only a few of the tools at the staff's disposal as they help visitors begin living holistically balanced, pain-free lives.
After more than a dedicated of experience as a critical-care nurse, Warm Springs Wellness Center owner Quinn Raines discovered the healing powers of the heated mineral springs in Warm Springs. Instantly enchanted, she promptly became a certified colon hydrotherapist, and together with her son Curt set up a holistic healing center with the goal to enhance their clients' health through water-therapy-based services. Their tranquil retreat, outfitted with elegant décor complimenting the space’s black and tan hues, houses all the amenities needed for healing water therapy, including ionic footbaths and colon hydrotherapy, alongside purifying mud therapy, acupuncture, and chiropractic treatments to treat pain and settle squirmy spirit animals.
For more than 20 years, Therapeutic Massage Centre’s Ted Schulte has untangled muscular striations to relieve soreness and tension. He set up his practice in a house-like structure framed with cool gray siding. Here, Ted kicks off new client relationships by learning about them via a health sheet and a consultation. These tools help him discover clients' specific ailments and goals, whether it's relief from a sports injury or escape from chronic pain, which is the next sequel to Escape from Alcatraz. Ted then customizes each session by culling from myriad techniques, including Swedish, myofascial-relief, and deep-tissue massage.