The massage therapists at Multi Therapy Clinic believe massage therapy isn't just for relaxation, but is also an important part of healing for any member of the family.?The clinic is a proud part of?Multi Therapy Network, a larger regional health group whose?foundations are based in part of providing all-around health care for all ages. That extends to the therapists here, who offer custom, focused massages not only for adults with sports injuries or back tension, but also for expectant mothers, infants, and children. The team considers massage therapy to be an aspect of preventive health care as well, whether you're an all-seasons athlete or an all-seasons desk-job champion.
A member of the Green Spa Network, Body del Sol Medical Spa tends to clients with medical-grade services enhanced by organic products. Inside the spa's bright, energy-efficient facility, staff members renew epidermises with facials, chemical peels, and microdermabrasion treatments, as well as laser hair-removal sessions that target follicles with deep-penetrating light pulses. Techs also revitalize the body with head-to-toe scrubs and an array of massages designed to soothe tense backs and shoulders sore from supporting well-fed parrots.
Monica Miller Lucido, an aesthetician since 1989 and a massage therapist since 1997, ministers to aesthetic needs between the earth-toned walls of her serene treatment rooms. The skin specialist performs swift waxing services as well as massages that promote the stress alleviation and mental clarity necessary to vocally complete a Sunday New York Times crossword puzzle read aloud by a cantankerous drill sergeant. Alternatively, European facials, acne facials, and exfoliating microdermabrasion treatments cleanse pores and render them healthy. The boutique skincare center is located within V.I.P. Salon.
Nevada School of Massage Therapy graduate Cathy Abbott earned a national certification in massage therapy, a distinction that requires her to keep her skills sharp with continuing-education courses. Among the modalities she's mastered are gentle Swedish massages, which stimulate circulation; deep-tissue massages, which address chronic pain; and hot-stone massages, which locate trendy gems lodged beneath the skin. Abbott also specializes in prenatal massage, during which she uses special pillows and positioning techniques to assuage the physical stress of maternity.
Relaxed & Revitalized's owner, Jeannette Dashjian, treats weary muscles with a professionalism and tranquility gleaned from 25 years of experience. Able to locate specific sources of pain and alleviate pressure, she can tailor her massages to treat back pain and restricted movement, as well as stress and depression. For a hands-off approach to self-repair, she also practices Pranic healing to balance and clean the body's energy fields. This technique harmonizes life-force energy in affected body parts, restoring their tissue and their ability to regenerate by absorbing baby giggles.
Lisa Anderson, Iron Bird’s owner and recent Business Street Online Business Leader of the Week, mends variously burned-out bodies with customer-specific massages and naturally restorative products. All you’ll have to do is pick one of four 60-minute table sessions. The classic Swedish massage remains one of the most effective methods in a massage therapist’s repertoire for clearing the corpus of tension and the head of catchy Europop. Maternity massages, meanwhile, treat women slowly mutating into mothers to a soothing, back-and-hip-conscious treatment using natural, nut-free oils. A clothed-acupressure massage releases geysers of pent-up stress from designated pressure points throughout the body while keeping superfluous moles and treasure-map tattoos safely out of sight (loose-fitting clothing is best). For more subterranean boo-boos, a deep-tissue massage ups the applied pressure and usually involves some amount of guided stretching to relieve bodies still suffering from the symptoms of having a piano dropped on them.