Sesen Skin Body Wellness takes its name from the ancient Egyptian word for lotus flower?a symbol recognized throughout that culture for its relation to rebirth and beauty. Thousands of years later, the wellness center works to keep this meaning alive by combining a holistic methodology with med-spa-quality equipment. Recognized for its facials by both CBS Local and CityVoter, Founder Stacy Webb's integrated approach has resulted in an impressive service menu that boasts an array of services, such as skin care, acupuncture, energy healing, and massage. Guests may indulge in skin-soothing facials that quench, detoxify, or soften surfaces or lose inches while relaxing in a contour body wrap. Those looking to minimize appearances of fine lines may opt for unique treatments such as dermaplaning for fine-hair removal or radiancy microphototherapy, which promotes natural healing through the power of light and heat energy.
Dr. Randel B. Wing of Premier Acupuncture Clinic, who's board certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, heads a staff who helps patients find balance and wellness through a range of holistic treatments. Acupuncture—insertion of fine needles at key points on the body—facilitates the flow of qi along energy pathways, bringing equilibriums thrown off by wayward somersaults back into balance. The clinic employs other traditional Chinese treatments, such as Chinese herbs, for an extensive list of maladies including addiction, arthritis, and multiple sclerosis.
At Rocky Mountain Roots Community Health, the staff fully embraces the philosophy that improving well-being requires a holistic approach to address mental, physical, and emotional concerns. As such, they offer a wide range of traditional as well as alternative therapy options so that clients can select a treatment path that corresponds with their needs. For example, acupuncture sessions in a semi-private community room attempt to jump-start the body's natural healing processes by correcting imbalances in the flow of a person's natural energies. Massage therapists focus on the tightly knotted muscles that can cause chronic aches and pains, employing flowing Swedish strokes, focused deep-tissue pressure, and neuromuscular therapy. Additionally, Rocky Mountain Roots Community Health enlists the help of modern medspa technology designed to help people feel more confident in their appearances. These systems include body-contouring ultrasonic cavitation technology as well as a device that uses radio-frequency energy to stimulate collagen production, improve skin tone and texture, and entertain lymph nodes with Top 40 hits.
Acacia's team of expert health-care professionals treats clients to individualized, naturopathic, and alternative health care in a relaxed setting. One-hour acupuncture sessions place patients in the expert hands of Victoria Spaurel, a registered acupuncturist and Chinese-medical-theory enthusiast. Practitioners insert needles into specific pressure points and frayed stitching on clients' bodies, working to balance overall energy levels. Acupuncture therapy aims to treat a wide array of health concerns, including chronic pain, insomnia, multiple sclerosis, bipolar disorder, irritable bowel syndrome, and being filled with helium. Although it improves stress levels and cell-phone reception for many clients, therapy is not recommended for candidates with bleeding disorders or needle phobias. Patients currently taking blood thinners such as warfarin may bruise more easily during their sessions, and clients taking any kind of medication are instructed to inform their practitioners.
At Adjustments & Acupuncture, Doctor of Chiropractic Deb Hirabai uses more than 16 years of acupuncture experience to guide her patients toward active lifestyles. A recipient of such treatments herself, Dr. Hirabai zeroes in on everyday disorders while drawing on methods such as spinal corrections, applied kinesiology, and traditional Chinese acupuncture and herbal formulas. Most treatments begin with a comprehensive exam, which allows her to map out a personalized solution for each patient rather than relying on a cloth map of Middle Earth.
Eli Ashby Healing Arts Center owner Lori Drienka's grandfather was a chiropractor and acupuncturist and her great-grandmother was a licensed midwife. Today, Lori sustains their legacies in the center, where she and a team of health specialists bolster well-being with a bevy of holistic health services, including acupuncture, detoxification treatments, and massage therapy. Among soothing surrounds, expectant and overburdened parents alike can attend natural-childbirth classes or life-coaching sessions. The center also stocks candles, incense, holistic goods including oils and body scrubs, and custom silver and stone jewelry handcrafted by Carly Drienka, so clients can continue to buoy their welfare at home or in a kayak.