Not content to practice only such familiar pain-relief techniques as deep-tissue and medical massage, the therapists at this house of healing also unleash polarity therapy, detox footbaths, and a meridian-based tapping method known as Emotional Freedom Technology, or EFT. Eight types of kneading spring from the fingers of the therapists, from the sustained pressure of myofascial release to the directional strokes of lymph drainage. Powered by a gentle electric current, ionic footbaths surround paws in polarity in an effort to collect negatively charged toxins and restore the body’s pH balance. Like people who decorate their lawns with thousands of needles to keep the grass healthy, EFT sessions take their inspiration from acupuncture. But instead of piercing energy points, therapists performing this treatment manipulate them manually, a method designed to combat anxiety, stress, and anger.
Master cosmetologist and salon owner Manisha Mehta takes pride in delivering a sweeping range of beauty and grooming services infused with luxurious touches. Full-length facials incorporate rich ingredients such as 24-karat gold or chocolate, and facial peels immerse visages in fruit and vegetable medleys without the need for surreptitious head dunks into a punch bowl. Issuing from Mehta's fervent interest in the healing and restorative powers of herbs, most full facials are accompanied by a custom aromatherapy blend. Alongside eyelash extensions and waxing are ancient Eastern grooming services, such as eyebrow threading, ear candling, mummification, and henna designs for hands and feet. Dark wood and leather furnishings, deep-maroon walls, and gilt-framed mirrors and paintings lend the space a feeling of an urban retreat.
Chrysalis Skin & Body's diligent aestheticians wield Intraceuticals products to soften faces through Atoxelene infusion treatments and re-oxygenate gasping skin with rejuvenation infusions. The express Atoxelene Infusion facial leaves skin cells awash in natural amino acids that turns their dry, rigid surfaces into a supple layer as soft as the plush railings on a childproof pirate ship. Those who opt for the Rejuvenate Infusion facial will feel a rush of oxygen as skin gurus work an O2-packed serum into their faces, aiming to efface fine lines drawn on any skin type. Alternatively, the Opulence Infusion facial waters growing epidermises with a mix of concentrated vitamin C and natural plant extracts, giving faces all the hydration and nourishment they need to grow new stalks and leaves. Before guests' skin soaks in vitamins, their eyes can wander across the deep brown walls and warm hardwood floors that host luxurious treatments.
Massages and spa treatments offered at Indivi Massage and Bodywork allow you to escape from everyday stress.
We are proud to offer Fayette and Clayton County a medley of professional massage therapies including Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Prenatal Massage, Reflexology, Aromatherapy and so much more!
Though massage is in Massage Therapeutics, INC 's name, it certainly isn't the only service offered at the versatile center. Bodywork therapists offer a range of neuromuscular and relaxation therapies—including salt scrubs, prenatal massage, and inversion-table sessions—designed to target misaligned muscles and chronic pain. Stress melts out the tips of toes during a foot-acupressure treatment that includes an essential oil soak and signature honey foot-indulgence scrub. A mini ionic footbath or aromatic Swedish massage can give clients the chance to sample a shortened foot-pampering service before they commit to a luxurious 60-minute or longer treatment, much like screening a film trailer before acting out the whole movie for your coworkers. The center also offers Pilates classes, personal-training sessions, and CPR/AED certification.
Jamar Williams was on his way to becoming an arena football player when a head injury sustained during a game temporarily paralyzed his legs. After turning to massage therapy for recovery and witnessing its healing properties, Williams decided to pursue a career in the field. After graduating with high honors from Everest College, he founded Accelerated Therapy, INC to help fellow athletes reap the benefits of massage, including boosting range of motion, reducing muscle injuries, and addressing back pain more effectively than agreeing to adopt a second spine. In addition to sports massage, he and his staff offer a wealth of other modalities such as pregnancy massage, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, and reflexology.