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Unlike conventional medicine, which focuses on attempting to treat disease once it occurs, Prairielands Chiropractic Clinic emphasizes improving your health in an effort to reduce the risk of pain and illness in the first place. Most people would rather be healthy and avoid illness, if they could. This is one of the main re

300 W Broadway
Council Bluffs,
IA
US

Sara Stoddard, the licensed massage therapist at Compassionate Wellness, combines Thai bodywork and traditional deep-tissue massage to deliver relaxation and healing to stressed sinews and muscles. The treatment begins with a oneness blessing that is said to allow for a transfer of energy by touch, intensify awareness, and pardon a lifetime of sneezes. Patrons recline upon a futon-like floor mat as oils soothe the back, neck, and feet, and stretches and passive yoga positions boost flexibility and bloodflow. Rhythmic compressions both relieve tension and release caged endorphins back into the wild. Patients should wear comfortable slacks, such as workout pants or cashmere Zubaz, and upper-body coverage will be provided for ladies.

1732 Madison Avenue
Council Bluffs,
IA
US

Licensed massage therapist Gordon Hitchcock enlists his expertise in eight massage therapies to tailor full-body rubdowns to specific client concerns. The tissue tenderizer employs the long and flowing strokes of a Swedish massage to melt stress and soothe aches, and utilizes deep-tissue kneads to scuba dive into muscles to unbundle aching knots and unearth swallowed treasure chests. For clients with specific pain, the therapist may employ trigger-point therapy or customized sports techniques. Clogged lymph nodes can release their pent-up tension and toxins during a manual lymphatic-drainage treatment. After the rubdown, clients may reap the rewards of reduced stress levels and lither limbs that enable them to reach the highest kitchen cabinet or finally pet the family giraffe on its head.

139 Benton Street
Council Bluffs,
IA
US

Angela Gorman has amassed a formidable list of certifications in the holistic-health industry after 14 years. She has been trained to soothe physiques with 28 different bodywork modalities, aided by her experience as a personal trainer and an anatomy and physiology instructor at Florida Metropolitan University, now known as Everest University. With such a broad wellness background, Angela was in prime position to develop Sacred Body's credo of customer care, which focuses a menu of treatments on restoring each individual's mental and physical balance.

Angela's team of massage therapists, yoga instructors, and life coaches subdue stressors by customizing their services to accommodate every client. The massage menu splits its offerings into corporal treatments—such as deep-tissue work—and energy therapy, such as reiki or kneadings with hot batteries. Faith in organic health has inspired the center's signature facial, which combines honey and fruits with herbal infusions brewed onsite to bring out the skin's radiance.

11711 Arbor Street
Omaha,
NE
US

Prior to coddling skin as a practicing aesthetician, Kimberly Spa’s eponymous owner broke into the beauty industry as a professional makeup artist in 1980. Several years spent working with high-end cosmetic lines, including Christian Dior, Lancôme, and Chanel, inspired her to further hone her skills through training at the Capitol School, where she graduated at the top of her class. That same work ethic and devotion to making the world more beautiful drives her today as she recommends services that only use products that she has researched and tested. Together with her professional staff, she rejuvenates skin with airbrush tanning, waxing, and indulgent facial services, including a 24-karat-gold facial, which was featured on the Channel 6 news for its popularity among time-traveling 49ers. Her team also tends to weary bodies with massage-therapy services and offers a full treatment menu designed specifically for men.

4130 S 144th St
Omaha,
NE
US

Ask the average person to tell you their vision of utopia, and it might look something like Utopia Massage and Spa. No work, no noise, no stress—just softly lit private rooms where two massage therapists, an aesthetician, and a cosmetologist relieve stress and soreness.

During massage appointments, hot towels soothe the back and feet as the therapists unknot tense muscles. Modalities range from Swedish to sports, and the sessions can include enhancements such as hot or cold stones. Add-ons can likewise augment pedicures: nail art decorates toes in colorful designs, and a chocolate mask makes feet smell like chocolate without having to ruin a child's birthday cake. As for skincare, each facial includes a skin analysis, cleansing, exfoliation, steam treatment, and extractions, as well as a thorough upper-body massage. There are also waxing packages that ready physiques for beach vacations.

105 S. 49th street
Omaha,
NE
US