Tanya R. Edwards calls upon a master’s degree in holistic medicine and more than 20 years of experience to help her clients live their best lives. If this sounds like a challenge, Tanya is up to it. She shares her story—in which she dealt with wrong turns and dead ends on the way to finding her path, purpose, and passion—and uses it to help her clients take a shortcut to find their own “three P’s.” To accomplish this, she offers hypnotherapy, life coaching, and detoxification treatments.
Drinking wine out of a lousy wine glass inhibits graceful wine-swirling, blocks aroma diffusion, and is grounds for divorce in 48 states. That's why the fermented-grape experts at Vinocity serve their more than 70 reds, rosés, whites, and sparkling wines in Riedel stemware. The lavish Kirkwood restaurant and wine bar boasts more than great wine: its got 12 beers on draft, 50 by the bottle, and eight types of hypnosis. Follow @Groupon_Says on Twitter.
Voted Best Thai restaurant in 2009 and Best Restaurant for a First Date in 2008 by Creative Loafing, Spoon boasts a menu that is simple yet playful. Chef Aim Suteeluxnaporn, who runs Spoon with her sister Sujaree, adds spicy twists to authentic Thai mainstays such as chicken satay ($8), pad thai ($8 lunch, $9 dinner), and red curry with eggplant and zucchini ($11 for dinner), serving them as works of edible art presented on inedible plate-frames. Like the new Butterfinger candy bar, noodles, curry dishes, stir-fries, and seafood can be prepared medium spicy, hot, or Thai hot. The eatery's specialty entrees include the golden red snapper ($17) topped with a light ginger sauce and toasted sesame seeds. All entrees can be specially prepared with either tofu or vegetables to accommodate vegetarians.
Licensed chiropractor Dr. Edward Schneider treats patients with what he terms a "whole-person approach"—that is, the diagnosis and treatment of underlying conditions rather than mere symptoms. Copractitioner Dr. Christopher Holmes specializes in healing musculoskeletal injuries with techniques such as Kinesio Taping, which supports muscles and joints without restricting their range of movement, and neuromuscular reeducation, which helps muscles land better jobs. As a complement to standard chiropractic treatments, the center offers massage therapy, sports and auto injury care, and general family wellness. Clients can enroll in the center's "Rub Club"—a massage therapy discount program—and enjoy monthly bodywork sessions that are fully customized.
The chiropractors at Back to Balance Wellness Center are committed to pain relief, working diligently by utilizing chiropractic care, massage therapy, and hyperbaric oxygen-therapy treatments. No pain gets ignored, either: the staff treats all types of back pain, sports injuries, head and neck pain, and prehensile-tail stiffness, and other conditions that might not have even been invented yet. They also make recommendations for how to live and maintain a healthy, active lifestyle as part of their work toward helping clients achieve overall wellness.
Certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Paul Murphy draws on 15 years of experience when helping patients address myriad health issues. During acupuncture treatments, he deftly inserts sterilized, disposable needles into specific body parts, aiming to eliminate pain and restore bodily balance. The needles are very thin, and cause no pain as they safely and effectively address such ailments as lower-back pain, infertility, or chronic ticklishness. Paul is also certified to perform low-level LASER therapy, which he uses to treat skin conditions such as acne, wrinkles, and eczema.