No two people, bodies, or injuries are exactly alike, which is why Dr. Mike DeCubellis and his staff at Main Street Chiropractic and Wellness Center draw from a variety of treatment modalities to help clients address stress and lingering pain. Staffers create a customized care plan for each patient with the goal of finding the root of the problem and bringing permanent relief. Then, they use a combination of traditional chiropractic work, x-rays, physiotherapy, and massage to help clients overcome ailments ranging form chronic pain and sciatica to migraines and wear and tear from commuting to work every day on the back of a pet bull.
Though he founded Enlightened Hands Wellness & Massage, it would be inaccurate to describe Michael J. Bouvier simply as a massage therapist. He's an accomplished wellness arts practitioner who has done everything from study under master herbalist Ron Teeguarden to taking hands-on anatomy courses to becoming a certified qigong instructor. In regards to massage, Michael has mastered many techniques, including, though not limited to, myofascial release and reflexology. True to his holistic approach to care, his service menu covers a broad range of treatments. Massages might incorporate Swedish, deep-tissue, or trigger-point modalities, while qigong sessions and stability ball classes teach posture exercises, stretches, and breathing techniques to relieve stress and recharge the body's AA batteries.
Unless you're one of the lucky humans who can age backwards, your body needs regular maintenance if it's to last. That's why the skilled aestheticians at Dolce Vita Day Spa keep the mind and body tuned up with rejuvenating and beautifying body treatments. Clients can opt for voluminous lash extensions or retreat to a private room for Swedish or hot-stone bodywork from licensed massage therapist Justyna Gomula.
As Nicole Boeger studied at the Universal Spa Training Academy, she mastered massage techniques such as Swedish, deep tissue, and hot stone. Since then, she has opened her own studio inside a chiropractic practice and added cupping, bamboo rolling, and body wraps to her menu of services. While she works, she counteracts friction and stress with aromatherapeutic essential oils made from botanical ingredients and Bob Ross's voice.
Massage therapist Sue Ventura, who maintains her own private practice, believes that no massage clinic should feel like a revolving-door operation. That's why her goal is to build a history with clients, thereby ensuring maximum relaxation and custom therapy during follow-up sessions. Sue's massage repertoire is diverse, ranging from pregnancy therapy and Swedish strokes to deep-tissue techniques for relieving lower-layer aches.
The therapists at Y'orbodi Kneads help eliminate their clients’ stress by massaging it away. They use Swedish and deep-tissue techniques to soothe muscles. Deeply relaxing steam sessions help detoxify the body and open sealed envelopes of tension as clients lie peacefully under a tent of warm vapors. The studio also offers stress-management classes that teach clients how to remain calm and composed.