Pure Wellness Co.?s Kristin Evans, a licensed massage therapist and former triathlon lifeguard, plunged into massage therapy to help overworked bodies heal more quickly. Her menu of corporeal upgrades runs the gamut from intensive sports and deep-tissue massage that alleviates persistent pain to Swedish massage and stretching sessions designed to relax reeling minds. The staff at Pure Wellness Co. also focus on cosmetic treatments, such as cupping for cellulite and acupuncture for weight loss. Add-ons such as hot stones, aromatherapy, and operatically trained crickets level up relaxation. Patrons high-kick out of the office with more limber joints, less fatigue, sharper concentration, and a host of other benefits.
At Citrus Ridge Health Center, the staff aims to ramp up overall health using traditional medicine and physical therapy as well as chiropractic and holistic treatments. Appointments start with thorough evaluations that lay the groundwork for customized treatment plans. If a client suffers from back or joint pain, a physician might start a regimen of medical pain management, gentle chiropractic adjustments, and hugs from people in pillow suits. Migraines, on the other hand, are treated with a blend of nerve-blocking nasal applicators and biomechanical back and neck adjustments. The clinic also helps visitors shed pounds using inch-loss body wraps and natural hormone therapy.
Doctor of chiropractic JP Silvera—who also has a bachelor of science in biology—offers a less invasive alternative to surgery with services ranging from spinal decompression to physical therapy. By guaranteeing one-on-one time with his clients during every visit, he can efficiently tackle maladies head on, whether it be fibromyalgia, whiplash, or compulsive blinking. His practice also employs a licensed massage therapist to expedite healing processes. In the comfort of a cozy room, clients can request soothing Swedish therapy that inspires relaxation or sports bodywork that compensates for overall soreness and localized pain, such as chess wrist.
L'Europe Nails and Spa's trained and certified techs perform services in an aesthetic sanctuary swirling with old world beauty, charm, and nature sounds pouring from the speakers. The technicians work amid marble accents by the light of a crystal chandelier. Their dedication to their clients landed them a place on Talk of the Town's 2011 roster of winning businesses, thanks to cozy pedicure thrones with built-in shiatsu massage and a pipeless system that reduces bacterial growth. While clients recline, meditative music plays and staffers communicate with their guests in both English and Spanish. In addition to skin-nurturing mud and herbal facials, L'Europe Nails and Spa also tightens and refurbishes epidermises with Thermage and Fraxel laser treatments performed by Dr. Iris Ayala.
Gio Sport Massage's therapist Sergio Rivero calls on a full arsenal of tools to help him during massages, from aromatherapy scents and bamboo sticks to hot and cold stones and honey. The massage strokes themselves blend conventional and holistic approaches as a Swedish massage's gliding motions deliver deep relaxation, and reflexology's manipulation of the soles of feet target the traditional pressure points of eastern healing.
Sessions take place both in Gio Sport Massage's office and on location, recreating a spa atmosphere in homes, offices, and hotel rooms. Corporate massages take place in the specially designed chair that Gio brings along to workplaces, giving workers a break from the day-to-day grind of tapping out emails and screaming into Dictaphones.
Affinity Life Spa’s talented professionals perform an array of cosmetic and corrective services, including facials, LipoSonix, laser hair-removal treatments, IPL laser treatments, and permanent-makeup procedures. For patrons seeking stress relief, massages in the form of Swedish and deep-tissue modalities shepherd muscles into serene states; holistic treatments such as acupuncture and hypnosis target unhealthy habits and foster overall well-being. Staffers send guests home with a positive-thought card that helps keep dispositions brighter than a Harvard-educated flashlight.