Aesthetician Kimberly Cizek expertly slathers Cirepil hard wax onto skin for a quick eviction of hair on faces, torsos, and limbs. When she is not busy waxing off unwanted fuzz from clients’ bodies, she spreads her knowledge of proper waxing techniques to other aestheticians and novice candlemakers.
Dr. Amanda Rosaasen of Moorpark Family Medicine targets fine lines and wrinkles with muscle-relaxing Botox injections. Delivered by skinny microneedles, Botox works to smooth skin on foreheads and necks without performing a headstand atop a bowling-ball spinner. Full results usually appear several days after the 5- to 10-minute treatment and may last for up to four months.
The massage therapist at Healing Touch Physical Therapy sends healing echoes through achy muscle walls with their signature bodywork. They can promote deep relaxation with flowing Swedish strokes, or administer deep-tissue pressure to access lower-layer aches. While clients splendor in postmassage rapture, they may also ask about Healing Touch's many rehabilitative services, which range from acupuncture and physical therapy to nutrition management and yoga classes.
Staff at Healing Touch Physical Therapy are adept at injury-prevention treatments, neurological or oncological rehabilitation, and a host of pain management techniques. Going beyond standard physical-therapy treatments, they also lead Pilates, yoga, and nutritional-guidance programs, working to keep clients healthy through a multitude of different approaches.
Tucked inside of Healing Touch Physical Therapy is a studio decked out in Stott's RX Pilates reformers. Here, instructor Jillian leads workouts that incorporate the machinery, which is designed to reduce stress on joints while increasing the intensity of workouts. Pilates Reformer sessions do more than just fortify the core; they also strengthen the muscles and cardiovascular system. And, because each exerciser has his or her own machine, workouts can be scaled to match each person's desired level of intensity.