At Five Roads Acupuncture, licensed acupuncturists Melissa Durgin and Matthew Sweeney employ a range of traditional Chinese therapies to help patients overcome tension and maintain long-term wellness. Their repertoire of services includes acupuncture, herbal Chinese medicine, needle-free acupressure, and nutritional counseling.
Sesen Skin Body Wellness takes its name from the ancient Egyptian word for lotus flower—a symbol recognized throughout that culture for its relation to rebirth and beauty. Thousands of years later, the wellness center works to keep this meaning alive by combining a holistic methodology with med-spa-quality equipment. Recognized for its facials by both CBS Local and CityVoter, Founder Stacy Webb's integrated approach has resulted in an impressive service menu that boasts seven chemical peels, six facials, and a full lineup of waxing treatments.
Meanwhile, licensed massage therapist Jody Alston performs customized massages tailored to clients' needs, combining a range of modalities that include Swedish, deep-tissue, and reflexology techniques. She blends gentle, flowing strokes with targeted deep pressure, aiming to leave clients feeling less pain and more relaxed and balanced.
Jennie Hammett's days are full, and so is her heart. At the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Jennie teaches students healing techniques such as acupuncture and herbal therapy. Her work continues outside of school as she promotes wellness out of her private practice. Guests can seek Jennie's 13 years of experience for a one-on-one herbal consultation or request an acupuncture session to mitigate energy blockages and ease chronic tension.
Julie Odler is a licensed practitioner of acupuncture, an ancient healing art used to stimulate the body's immune system and promote natural wellness. Though Julie specializes in sports medicine and improving athletic performance, she offers relief from a wide array of ailments ranging from insomnia to migraines and chronic back pain.
The Acupuncture Lounge draws on millennia of Chinese healing techniques to treat maladies such as anxiety, arthritis, high blood pressure, and hat hair. Under glowing paper lanterns, guests can solicit a licensed acupuncturist to decongest energy channels and promote wellness, or ramp up therapy with the facility’s array of Chinese herbs and elixirs.
Le Celle Medical Wellness and Aesthetics focuses on providing top-notch aesthetic and medical skin-care treatments while integrating Eastern and Western methods, creating worldly, Pangaea-inspired treatments. Center headmaster Dr. Kimberlee Terry acquired her MD at Ohio State University and has been practicing as a physician of internal medicine for more than eight years. She blends each customer’s overall health and goals into a focused beam of customized treatment, which is then administered using care, precision, and willpower.