Body Solution Systems helps keep bodies in top shape with a slew of revivifying services. The whole-body detox commences with a 30-minute dip into the ionic foot bath, which soothingly lures toxins out of the liver, joints, and intestines using a combination of negatively charged waters and carefully placed sandwiches. The soak also pumps up the immune system, lessens joint stiffness, and boosts cellular energy, before the second half of the detox tranquilly totters the body through a double dose of vibration therapy. Clients enjoy 20 minutes of seated sound vibration and 10 minutes of machine-manufactured shimmying, shaking anatomies into a new state of well-being. Like most book clubs, the vibration therapy increases bodily oxygenation, burns fat, and strengthens muscle tone.
Chiropractor Aaron Wahl has learned a lot about the body over the years. A graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic, Dr. Wahl also earned his master's in sport science and rehabilitation, gained various certifications, and picked up a hearty dose of traditional Chinese medicine while working side by side with his father, an acupuncturist. Armed with years of knowledge and practice, Dr. Wahl works with patients to discover what may be preventing the body from healing itself. Chiropractic treatments can help to realign the body more easily than monitoring the ruler taped above one's navel, and corrective exercises can prevent such problems from recurring.
As a personal trainer, qi gong and yoga instructor, and physical-therapist assistant, Ken has developed a broad and intuitive understanding of the human body. He brings all this knowledge—plus more than 15 years of massage experience—to bear during soothing sessions at STL Massage and Health. There, Ken and his team of qualified massage therapists tackle muscular knots with a wide variety of modalities, including Swedish and deep-tissue massages.
Todd Beckman founded MassageLuXe with the notion that five-star service should not be limited to pricey hotels. Today, the spa's team of qualified massage therapists and aestheticians continues to realize and build upon Todd's initial aspirations. A spa day at MassageLuXe includes all the perks one might expect from a vacation resort, from facials and massages to full-body waxing and baths in warm, effervescent champagne. The company's services tend to exceed expectations in other ways, too; along with standard massages such as Swedish and deep tissue, therapists are proficient in specialty modalities such as hot stone, reflexology, and aromatherapy.
In 2010 and 2011, St. Louis Magazine crowned The Face and The Body the city’s Best Salon and Spa. KSDK Channel 5 also found the spa entrancing, and its profile highlights the flagship location’s Oasis room, calming waterfall, and a crackling fireplace where stressed guests can burn incriminating documents. Potted plants join the scene at all of the spa locations, and visitors lounge among them while wearing plush robes and sipping complimentary designer teas, coffee, or wine.
These amenities set the stage for classic spa treatments such as a massage with heated and ice-cooled river stones or a seaweed body wrap. Incorporating the tranquil atmosphere of the spa, the salon transforms appearances with designer cuts and Platinum Seamless hair extensions as well as nail services that draw on hot stones, paraffin treatments, and essential oils.
Scott Causey’s portfolio is bulging at the seams. He is a licensed medical massage practitioner, a reiki master, and a certified holistic health-care practitioner, and has received advanced training in Thailand and Japan. He is also a former US Navy corpsman, combat medic, and paramedic for a fire department. These days, he can be found at Health at Hand International, alleviating pain and untying knotted muscles with hot-stone, deep-tissue, and Swedish massages. He also treats patients' ills by directing the flow of energy with reiki sessions or a very strong magnet.