Specializing in skin-softening and pore-purifying nonsurgical treatments, Aesthetíque Impressions employs trained techniques to refresh and restore skin. Certified aesthetician Margarita, who spends her off hours providing complimentary beauty treatments to cancer patients, is a skin soothsayer, using her decade of experience to brighten and revitalize each bit of visage-vellum she encounters. An intense-cleansing facial will refresh the body's naturally occurring billboard with an exhilarating cleansing, exfoliation, extraction, massage, and mask, and the naturally occurring salicylic acid in the pumpkin peel will purge pores and boost circulation with an infusion of nutritious vitamins.
La Dermique Skin Rejuvenation & Body Contouring Center?s board-certified surgeons, registered nurses, and master aestheticians keep their fingers on the pulse of emerging technologies they can potentially use in their minimally invasive treatments. Simple aesthetic procedures, such as microdermabrasion and photofacials, rejuvenate dull, aging skin, whereas Botox and dermal fillers temporarily remedy wrinkles for a smooth, supple complexion. Thermilift, one of the center's newer treatments, sends sound waves below the skin?s surface to gently heat tissues and simulate the effects of a face-lift, all without incisions or cheek suspenders. La Dermique?s technicians also wield lasers, including Smartlipo Triplex technology, to permanently destroy fat and remove unwanted body hair and tattoos.
At Cosmetic and Wellness Center, the team of doctors has a suite of laser technologies at the ready. These laser technologies make procedures, such as body shaping and anti-aging treatments, much less invasive. The Elite laser has customizable wavelengths, spot sizes, and pulse durations that give greater flexibility to adapt laser hair removal and vein treatments to each clients' skin types, and the RevLite SI Q-Switched Nd:YAG laser can deliver up to 1.6 Joules of energy to difficult-to-remove, multi-colored tattoos.
Treating clients from face to foot, the team works to meet clients' goals for a smoother body with Smartlipo and SmoothShapes, and smoother skin using Botox and dermal fillers such as Radiesse and Juvederm. To augment treatment outcomes, the doctors recommend Jan Marini skin products, which are powered by ingredients including coenzyme Q and reservatrol.
Zenergy Healing Arts Studio’s licensed massage therapist has studied anatomy, physiology, muscle structure, and massage techniques as part of a program that required more than 650 hours of training. Now skilled in multiple massage modalities, she harnesses this wisdom as she helps her clients improve their mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual health with styles such as Swedish and deep-tissue massage. She also specializes in other forms such as pregnancy massage, chair massage, and massages for the elderly.
Licensed massage therapist Phutsog Wangamo has spent more than 25 years practicing traditional Tibetan medicine, an art that first appeared millennia ago and later assimilated elements from the Greek, Ayurvedic, and Chinese healing traditions. Along with graduates of the Shang Shung Institute School of Tibetan Medicine, Wangamo founded a healing center where she could share this ancient healing art with others.
Today, Shang Shung Tibetan Healing Center continues to earn new converts with a holistic approach that focuses on balancing the mind and body. The center’s wellness professionals address problems that range from stress and insomnia to the aches of old age. A personalized health consultation benefits first-time patients, recommending dietary and lifestyle changes based on individual factors. The wellness expert might also suggest kunye massage, a Tibetan healing art that incorporates medicinal oils, hot stones, pressure-point therapy, and assisted stretching. For a more general overview of holistic health, sit in on one of the center’s monthly public talks. These informal gatherings center on topics such as pediatrics in Tibetan medicine and how to prevent aging without freezing oneself in carbonite.
The roster of modalities that Ted Schiff leads in his massage workshops casts a wide net, much like he has done with his career. He possesses multiple certifications in specialties that include Thai yoga massage and reflexology, a modality that he's also taught to aspiring therapists. He's also experienced in medical massage, helping alleviate chronic pain and provide relaxation to oncology and hematology patients. Ted calls upon this varied experience when working with his clients at Valley Massage Therapy. He tailors each session to his client's needs, whether they're just looking for an hour to relax, want to find relief from knotted muscles, or need inspiration for an onstage role as a wad of bread dough.