Massage therapist Evelyn is a muscle whisperer. She calms tense muscles using nothing more than her two trained hands. Depending on her clients’ ailments, Evelyn glides her hands along the back, pushes her thumbs into pressure points, deeply kneads dermal canvases, or gently rocks the body to sleep while dispensing a lullaby. Her sessions are customized for each individual, covering their scalp, neck, shoulder, and upper back in 15 minutes to traversing the entire body in a 90-minute period.
In a perfect world, it wouldn’t be difficult to find time for a massage or an aesthetician you trust. The team at Solano Wellness Spa have been listening to those needs from their clients for more than 10 years, all the while making their services an accessible part of self-care and winding down. With an accomplished staff of registered massage therapists and certified aestheticians, each treatment gets down to the clients’ specific goals, whether they seek to hydrate skin, diminish fine lines, wax brows, or soothe backs.
At Mystic Heart Massage, therapist Sean Kilcoyne and his staff provide relaxation and pain-relief through the fine art of bodywork. With more than 850 hours of training, Sean’s hands are well versed in nine different massage disciplines, including deep tissue, shiatsu, trigger point, and lymphatic drainage. Mystic Heart’s services can trigger a whole litany of benefits, helping to lessen stress, increase circulation, and improve sleep in bed or under your office desk when the boss isn’t around.
Married to Massage's home page references a quote from Dr. Seuss: "When you are in love, you can't fall asleep because reality is better than your dreams." The same could be said for experiencing a massage from one of the studio's licensed therapists. Muscle-melting sessions are always tailored to the individual, with techniques ranging from relaxation-inducing Swedish strokes to more focused deep-tissue pressure. Guests may also ramp up the pampering with hot stones and therapeutic-grade essential oils.
Licensed chiropractor Dr. Lance Casazza knows a thing or two about motivation. From graduating Summa Cum Laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic to inspiring the masses as an accomplished motivational speaker and author, he’s got the inner fire needed to relentlessly pursue healing excellence. His drive hasn’t gone unnoticed—from 2006 to 2008, Dr. Casazza was feted as the city’s Best Chiropractor by the Sacramento News & Review.
Amid his office's black and tan color scheme, patients rest in a cozy waiting lounge before being called back to a private treatment room. From there, Dr. Casazza and his team consult with each to determine individual health goals and ailments before customizing a treatment plan, which can include adjustments, spine-strengthening exercises, and soothing massages.
Chiropractic care is about more than solving back pain. As a treatment modality, it promotes overall wellbeing across the entire body by helping restore healthy neurological function. When physical trauma or daily stress causes spines to go rogue, chiropractors Drs. Jerry and Malia Kenny—the husband-wife founders of Kenny Family Chiropractic—roll out a combination of physical therapy and spinal adjustments to correct the problems. Their underlying philosophy goes beyond typical medical care to target both symptoms and causes to help bodies learn to naturally heal themselves.
Although hands-on treatments help the duo specifically target trouble areas, they also unholster some futuristic technology when it's needed. The Danville office's ML830 cold laser, for example, can noninvasively relieve stress in the body's deep tissues, far beyond the reach of hands or the laser-pointer therapy of a traveling charlatan.