After graduating as one of Fortis College – Mobile's top massage therapy students, Jen Adams began combining her extensive knowledge of reiki and aromatherapy with massage therapy to help clients relieve stress and remedy health issues. As a licensed massage therapist with more than 1,000 hours of clinical experience, she expertly pampers clients with the strokes and kneads of various massage modalities, including Swedish, neuromuscular, craniosacral, and lymphatic drainage. Clients may customize their massage sessions with a number of add-ons such as a footbath, ear candling, or kinesio taping—designed to ease muscles fatigued from overexertion or overzealously directing people to the beach.
Beyond the business day, Jen Adams lends her superpowers to the community as a volunteer massage therapist for Hands for Heroes, an organization that provides therapeutic bodywork to military veterans.
Within the soothing surrounds of Two Hands Massage Therapy, Wendy McCants banishes ailments such as stress, pain, and muscle tension. A believer in the healing power of touch, she caters to individual needs with a variety of massage modalities. Clients can opt for gliding Swedish strokes, more intense deep-tissue kneads, or hot stones, among other choices.
Under the steady watch of Dr. Staggers and Dr. Bolling, Eastern Shore Plastic Surgery's staff refurbishes epidermises in a pristine clinic. During a laser hair-removal session, beams scour swaths of skin for unwelcome turf, and a cooling system keeps clients comfortable. Six weeks after treatment, clients return to Eastern Shore to banish any hairs that believed the exile was merely temporary. A total of six sessions may be required to achieve ultimate smoothness.
In addition to being a licensed massage therapist, Kaisha Zick has a nursing background. She understands the inner workings of the body, empathizes with pain and suffering, and fully believes in the ability of massage to provide tangible medical benefits. Through careful, focused bodywork, she draws upon both of her specialties to provide emotional and physical well-being.
Self-empowerment takes many forms at Fairhope Yoga & Wellness. The instructors help students learn to live better, more balanced lives through both physical and mental practice. This is most apparent in the studio?s schedule of yoga classes, which includes asana-focused Hatha and heated Vinyasa styles, as well as gentler Yin and restorative sessions that emphasize deep stretches, reinforced mind-body connections, and learning how to breathe through your pores. Beyond yoga, the staff also leads specialized workshops that explore everything from women?s self-defense to ayurvedic lifestyle practices.
Licensed massage therapist Trae Rada aims to ease the aches of clients inside a cozy, private studio. Reclined on the massage table, visitors enjoy massages in one of seven modalities, such as traditional Swedish or Lomi-Lomi. He can also render sports massage to help heal injuries from picking up the water cooler to celebrate a teammate's successful return from injury.