The massage therapist at Soft Touch Therapeutic Massage uses a multidisciplinary approach to foster healing in a relaxing and compassionate setting. Her modalities range from Swedish massages to more focused pain-relief treatments. Yet each session, regardless of the chosen massage, is customized to address the client's particular needs. That means that whether the client arrives for a hot-stone massage in order to become less tense, or for a sports massage because they were injured on the field or poked by a giant foam finger, the therapist hones in on where there's trouble and uses whatever techniques necessary to relieve their pain and induce feelings of well being.
Surgery is a big decision. That's why True Life offers a holistic alternative to traditional medicine with noninvasive chiropractic services. Dr. Jamie Masyk helms the practice, which uses computerized infrared technology to view the nervous system and customize adjustments to the client's needs. Masyk's expertise has been sought for patients ranging in age from one hour to 97 years––though he has a fondness for treating expecting mothers.
Led by Master Ju Hyon Seo, Seo’s Martial Arts Education Center leads children and adults through classes that focus on developing techniques of hapkido and tae kwon do. In addition to instilling students with the character traits that are associated with tae kwon do, he also helps guests get into shape with kickboxing fitness classes.