The Bindu owner Kelley Gardner began studying yoga in 1989, and since that time she’s worked with world-renowned scholars of yoga theory such as Paul Muller-Ortega, Douglas Brooks, and Bill Mahony. Inside the spacious studio instructors walk yogis through classes that are designed for every level of experience; basic yoga sessions are ideal for budding students of yoga and two-hour practice sessions challenge even the most experienced body benders. Although The Bindu has mats, blocks, straps, and blankets for students to use, individuals can bring their own equipment and should leave any laughing hyenas at home.
Owner and licensed massage therapist Bob Weir?a graduate of and former Anatomy & Physiology professor at the Southeastern School of Neuromuscular Therapy?guides a staff of thirteen therapists at LKN Massage. Myriad massage modalities are available, including Swedish, deep-tissue, hot stone, sports, couples, and prenatal massage. Neuromuscular therapy helps flush the body of toxins.
Tiffany Holmes, a certified Prenatal massage and bodywork therapist, tailors her techniques to address each client?s symptoms and boost his or her mental and physical harmony. Tiffany also takes the time to talk with each client before each treatment to assess their goals to ensure the best possible results. Her repertoire of techniques includes Swedish, hot-stone, deep-tissue, sports, and prenatal massage. She also uses a targeted combination of Biofreeze and warm towels to loosen tense sinews or cryogenically preserve them. Helm isn?t yoked to her studio, either: she brings her services to clients on location, kneading knots in offices and at parties.
Tiffany Holmes, Licensed Massage & Bodywork Therapist #9393
Body Electric Rejuvenation Center owner Melissa Lynch has been a registered nurse for 14 years and in the health and fitness industry for more than 20. This experience compliments her work at the center, where she strives to share pain-relieving therapies with her patients, including electrical soft-tissue therapy and detoxification. Melissa welcomes clients seeking solace from maladies of all kinds, which she addresses with electrical stimulation during exercise for chronic pains, or ozone therapy for extra boosts of body-restoring oxygen that work to improve a host of issues.
The Skin Center of North Carolina provides the guidance and steady-hand precision of medical professionals in treating the body's pore-patches and freckle-farms. The oxygen facial (a $99 value) rejuvenates jilted skin with a smorgasbord of oxygenating treatments, starting with an automated misting machine that sprays the skin with atomized moisturizers sailing atop a trade wind of pressurized oxygen. An aesthetician blends the oxygen-rich mist to target your specific skin need, whether it be anti-aging, moisture retention, acne axing, or inflammation inhibition. Epidermal fireflies will be ignited, adding a healthy glow to your skin.
After being laid off from his engineering job, Nelson Berry decided to open Stonehaven Massage & Spa. Now, more than two years later, Berry presides over a Stonehaven location that is as luxurious to lounge in as a private jet parked in a giant jacuzzi. In the stonework lobby, flowers cluster around mirrors and pitchers of lemon water. Murals of waterfalls and oceans signal the themes of each treatment room, where clients can relax during massage modalities ranging from traditional Swedish to deep tissue massage. From there, aestheticians can take over with facials or waxing services.