Inspired by time spent in Germany, where massage plays an integral role in healthcare, licensed practical nurse and massage therapist Leisa Leber has made it her mission to promote wellness with the healing power of touch. Leber has used massage to help both nursing patients and family members, and went on to study Swedish, neuromuscular, and deep-tissue modalities at the Colorado Institute of Massage Therapy. She continued her training at Upledger Institute International, adding lymphatic drainage and craniosacral therapy to her manual repertoire. To stay informed, Leber maintains membership with the Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals and the International Association of Healthcare Practitioners, having learned the elaborate, reflexology-based secret handshake required for participation.
Leber enhances the many benefits of treatment with soft music, paraben-free aromatherapy oils, or soothing paraffin wax. Entrance ramps accommodate walkers or wheelchairs, and a walking path next to the studio invites patrons to explore the tranquility of nature with newly limber muscles.
A handful of split ends. A chipped nail. A muscle twinge. Details Salon and Spa understands that the smallest things can sometimes interfere with an individual's confidence and overall sense of calm. To help address all of these issues, the spa's stylists, aestheticians, nail technicians, and massage therapists work together to indulge their clients while creating a soothing atmosphere.
Haircuts and styling sessions can craft hairdos that better frame clients' features, and, with the addition of professional coloring treatments, can help create a striking new look altogether. During massages, the therapists draw inspiration from a variety of modalities, combining massage techniques as they see fit to develop personalized treatments that target areas of stress. The nail technicians can similarly use manicures and pedicures to revitalize their clients by incorporating anything from warm towels and honey-almond scrubs to aromatherapy oils. Indulgent facials restore the skin's youthful glow and conceal common blemishes, such as acne breakouts, fine lines, and stubborn Halloween masks.
Given that its name means "the opportune time" in Greek, it's no wonder that Kairos sees every moment as a chance to relieve someone's pain or stress. At the spa's core is a team of licensed massage therapists and aestheticians who, thanks to their diverse backgrounds, can perform a range of pampering services. During massages, deft hands use hot stones, aromatherapy, and other techniques to loosen knots and work out tension. Over on the skincare side, custom facial treatments use Rep?chage products to erase fine lines and restore skin's youthful glow.
At Good Life Wellness, highly trained Jessica Sleight administers acupuncture treatments while a team of licensed massage therapists kneads away stress and back pain. Sixty-minute acupuncture treatments use tiny needles to tap into pressure, ward off ailments, and restore the body's natural defenses by pinning up tiny Beware of Dog signs. Alternatively, customers can opt for a classic Swedish massage, or tackle chronic pain with a firmer deep-tissue session. For clients with particular aches or fragile wings, the therapist can work to craft a custom massage that’s personalized to particular needs.
I-Surgeons's team of physicians oversees a range of sight-restoring laser treatments. LASIK and PRK, the main laser eye surgeries at the practice, enhance visual acuity in patients suffering from myopia, astigmatism, and hyperopia, and the treatments use three different lasers to reshape corneas of varying thicknesses. To determine if patients are eligible for these surgeries or in possession of superpowers, a doctor examines eyes during free consultations that measure corneal thickness and pupil size. The surgeons also turn their eye expertise to blepharoplasties to correct drooping upper lids or puffy under-eye bags. They fight wrinkles around the eyes, between the eyebrows, and on the forehead with Botox and Dysport injections.
Since 1996, Adrienne Mohn has provided pain relief and relaxation as a certified massage therapist. Her specialties range from traditional deep tissue, Swedish, and head-and-face massages, to less pervasive modalities, including French aromatherapy and energy bodywork to balance chakras drawn from Native American and Hawaiian culture. As for the benefits of her treatments, there are many, including decreased anxiety, boosted energy levels, reduced fatigue, and improved joint flexibility.