Doctor of Chiropractic Randy Randhawa, a nationally board-certified chiropractor whose office is located within Wycoff Wellness Center, has been fighting spinal misalignments for more than 10 years. He also attempts to alleviate other health problems, such as shoulder pain, headaches, sports injuries, and uncontrollable whistling, with chiropractic care for men, women, children, athletes, and expectant mothers. No matter what form his treatments take, his goal is to provide patients with education, nutritional guidance, and preventive or rehabilitative exercises as needed.
Like a successful quarterback who got his start tossing a football on the back lawn, owner Kian Edmonds unknowingly began his career by giving massages to family members. Emboldened by the positive feedback, he decided to embark on formal training and soon found work in hospitals administering massages to exhausted EKG machines. Now the head of Heaven's Door, Kian mollifies aches and relaxes tense bodies with deft aromatherapeutic massage.
The staff at Massage Worx engages in tension declension, breaking down stress with everything from easy-going reflexology to hard-hitting deep-tissue massage. In addition to eradicating stress during 30- and 60-minute massages, the professional therapists eliminate the attendant troubles of setting up an appointment with handy online scheduling.
Owner Janae Frantz founded her pedicure studio on the belief that ?individual and community healing can be achieved simultaneously." In private pedicure rooms, she uses eco-friendly materials and vegan, organic SpaRitual products, which help make her environmental footprints smaller than a moccasin-clad hummingbird?s. She spreads these same conscientious business practices to people in her community by donating 10% of her spa?s proceeds to a different charity each month.
Massage and relaxation form the axis of Janae?s pedicures, and she folds her formal reflexology training into each session. Stringent sanitation practices are a hallmark of her treatments, with disposable foot files, nail files, and bowl liners bidding adieu after only one use.
Resident massage therapist Alicia Bruce frees her clients from long-held tension during private sessions. Her carefully trained fingers ease aches during relaxing Swedish massages and precisely place heated basalt stones during hot-stone massages to warm deep-seated muscles that are sore from their owners posing as Atlas. Reflexology sessions focus on trigger points in the hands and feet, working to release congestion throughout the body and stimulate circulation. Alicia also packages massage sessions with spa services such as mani-pedis or facials to create an afternoon of pampering.
Julie Huldin, master massage therapist, helms Stillpoint Connections, where she calls upon more than 1,200 hours of education and premed training to offer custom massages. Blending techniques, including Chi Gong and LaStone Therapy, learned from high-end spas and training in Thailand, she soothes muscles with Swedish, myofascial, and cranial sacral massage techniques.