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The son of holistic healer and physical therapy pioneer Edward A Snapp, Jr., James Snapp LMT is on his own mission to help others find relief from pain and neurological conditions. Trained in the art of Swedish, deep-tissue, and cross-fiber massage, among others, he puts bodies back into balance and drives stress from taxed minds, calling upon additional services such as aromatherapy and Thai yoga to help set patients at ease. But massage isn't the only tool at Snapp's disposal: his office also boasts a hydrotherapy tank, where warm water saturated with Epsom salts allows patients to float effortlessly. The experience is somewhat likened to resting in a hot tub, only without the noisy jets, harmful chlorine, and sharks. For those who prefer to stay on dry land, BioMat treatments use far infrared heat and amethyst crystals to stimulate the production of negative ions, which can help induce deep relaxation and bring relief of everything from migraines to troubled sleep patterns.
2152 S Vineyard Ste 111
Mesa,
AZ
US
Though she started her career in a traditional medical practice, Dr. Christine Brass-Jones believes that health is about more than prescriptions and pills. Her current practice at The Center for True Harmony Wellness and Medicine takes into account holistic remedies that factor in the health of the patient's body and mind no matter what ailment is being treated. An experienced staff of doctors and massage therapists offers services to promote a lifetime of wellness, such as women's health, family medicine, and massages. As they treat maladies, perform checkups, and test trivia retention, Dr. Brass-Jones and her associates offer naturopathic remedies for ailments when possible. The variety of treatments the clinic offers includes traditional Western massages as well as Eastern approaches such as reiki, pain-relieving cupping, and facials with Rhonda Allison products.
2152 S Vineyard
Mesa,
AZ
US
Nailing a job interview, taking a spiritual retreat, and heading out for a night with friends?these disparate activities all work to boost one?s Oola. Fun to say and satisfying to achieve, you attain Oola when several core factors of your life are thriving. Oola might mean that you?re feeling good about your fitness level, finances, career, faith, or relationship with your family, friends, and ant-farm residents. The folks at Oola hope to boost Oola levels nationwide by helping their clients map out their life?s goals and how they will go about achieving them. The service also boosts Oola quotients by introducing their members to cool businesses and offering discounts on services including massages, fitness, and mani-pedis.
805 E Warner Rd
Chandler,
AZ
US
Licensed aesthetician and massage therapist Sigita Wendorf leads the staff at The Body Shop Day Spa in crafting spa treatments more relaxing than a lullaby duet by Yanni and Enya. Several massage modalities, including reiki and reflexology, relieve muscle tension, while facial and body treatments soothe skin. A fireplace in the waiting room casts shadows on vases full of blossoms, and throughout the spa, the walls showcase images from nature, such as fog-obscured trees and beach turtles playing Marco Polo.
845 E Warner Rd
Chandler,
AZ
US
For nearly a decade, Heather has been exploring how the muscles respond to various massage modalities including deep tissue, Thai, and trigger point. After all this time, she has gained enough practice to vanquish most muscle aches in her sessions at The Muscle Clinic. Her massages feature a blend of all of these and other techniques to ensure that she can provide complete relief from neck, back, and prehensile tail pain.
535 West Iron Avenue
Mesa,
AZ
US
During his college football career, Santiago "Jimmy" Ayala got well acquainted with sore muscles and injuries—experience that inspired him to pursue his massage-therapy license. After earning his degree in physical education, Ayala spent a decade honing his massage skills in five-star resorts, chiropractor's offices, physical-therapy settings, and DMV waiting rooms. As owner of Santiago's Massage, he employs modalities such as Swedish, deep-tissue, sports, and hot-stone massage to soothe achy or injured muscles in sessions that he customizes with aromatherapy.
207 N Gilbert Rd.
Gilbert,
AZ
US
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