Reflexology in Dallas


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  • MonaLisa Wellness Center at the Inwood Plaza
    Nnedi Iwuchukwu wears many hats. In addition to being a certified personal trainer and Zumba instructor, she’s a licensed massage therapist and boasts clientele ranging from charitable organizations to the Dallas Cowboys. Through continuing education at Parker University's College of Chiropractic and the Body Business School for Massage, Nnedi gained an intricate understanding of physiology and how to ease tension with Thai acupressure, hot-stone therapy, and deep-tissue pressure. Furthermore, Nnedi’s own fondness for kickboxing, cycling, and running laps on a gigantic hamster wheel lend her an intimate knowledge of how the human body responds to rigorous athletic exercise, which allows her to better soothe post-workout bodies with signature bodywork.
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    12240 Inwood Rd.
    Dallas, TX US
  • Lakewood
    Robert Marrufo Jr. understands that every client experiences stress and pain in different ways. As a licensed massage therapist with extensive knowledge of traditional Western and Eastern modalities, Robert customizes each massage he delivers by blending modalities to create an approach that addresses each visitor's specific needs. Long, flowing Swedish strokes gently soothe tension along the surface, deep-tissue techniques focus on the deeper causes of chronic muscle pains, and warmed river stones can help loosen weary musculature. Additionally, Robert can use holistically focused modalities—including acupressure, Thai massage, and reflexology treatments—to promote a greater sense of inner peace and address energetic imbalances throughout the body.
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    6220 Gaston Ave
    Dallas, TX US
  • Maribel's Facial & Massage
    Massage therapist Maribel Rodriguez has dedicated more than 10 years in the industry to bolster her healing powers and curate a tranquil treatment facility. Spa services are performed by Maribel and her staff of aestheticians and massage therapists and include specialty treatments that incorporate mechanical exfoliation, organic creams, and chemical solutions. The 50-minute organic facial combines steam and an organic fruit cleanser to open pores and clear them with paprika exfoliation, and hot stones glide across backs during gentle-healing massages. The team also specializes in peels, microdermabrasion, ear candling, and waxing services that remove hair more humanely than industrial-strength flypaper.
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    5934 Royal Ln
    Dallas, TX US
  • University Park
    At two locations across the Metroplex area, licensed massage therapists at The Massage Co. have loosened muscles and reduced stress during more than 40,000 massages. They customize seven different modalities, ranging from the targeted finger pressure of trigger-point therapy to the ancient art of reflexology, which is designed to address health issues throughout the whole body via channels in the feet. Massage therapy's myriad health benefits include better circulation, improved flexibility, and an enhanced capacity for creative thought, which comes in handy when converting your twin mattress to a king-size using nothing but bubble wrap.
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    6110 Luther Ln.
    Dallas, TX US
  • The Pamper Zone
    Soft lighting and peaceful music set the mood during every massage at The Pamper Zone. Male and female massage therapists work to reassert the body's healing rhythms as clients lie on the four-inch-thick padding of an Oakworks massage table. Hot-towel treatments and organic lotions or oils supplement eight different types of massage, including classic Swedish massage as well as reiki and reflexology.
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    113618 Gamma Road
    Dallas, TX US
  • Alazan Care and All Natural Way
    Dedicated to the privacy and comfort of its clients, Alazan Care eliminates any embarrassment associated with colon hydrotherapy thanks to a carefully designed treatment plan. Irrigation sessions begin in complete privacy, when clients insert the individually packaged, sterile, and lubricated tube on their own and without anyone else in the room. Once they’re covered up, the client calls in the certified therapist with a click of a button for some verbal coaching. The therapist explains how the warm rush of filtered water will break down and expel waste and stays in the room to monitor the process. The therapist also will step out if the client desires more privacy. For those not quite ready for hydrotherapy, Alazan Care offers plenty of other healing services. The center’s licensed massage therapists soothe muscles and joints with relaxing Swedish, therapeutic, and maternity massages. They also administer reflexology, a method centered solely on the body’s pressure points. By massaging specific areas of the hands and feet, the reflexologist eliminates nervous-system tension and enhances blood circulation.
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    17810 Davenport Rd.
    Dallas, TX US
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