Deep Tissue Massage in Val Vista Lakes


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Signature Service: Combination massage includes hot-stone treatments Established: 2014 Reservations/Appointments: Required Staff Size: 1 person Parking: Parking lot Minimum Age Requirement: 18
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Gilbert,
AZ
US
Massage Heights Wildflower Village?s commitment to reducing its carbon footprint is evident in all aspects of the business. Rechargeable, battery-operated faux candles set a relaxing air during sessions, the walls sport coats of VOC-free paint, and the staff even uses biodegradable lotions and oils during their massages and facial treatments. The staff keeps the facilities pristine with non-toxic cleaning supplies and separate bins for recycling paper, plastic, and exhaled air. This commitment to green practices grants clients even greater peace of mind as they loosen up during massage services customized according to their unique physical needs or facials attuned to address a wide range of skin care concerns.
3425 East Baseline Road
Gilbert,
AZ
US
Fuchsia lives up to its incandescent name: its hot-pink walls vibrate under shimmering chandeliers. The pink ceiling curves and cuts away to expose industrial chrome pipes reflecting the script of a neon fuchsia Fuchsia sign. Profiled by ABC's The Revolution, Good Morning Arizona, and magazines such as Everyday with Rachael Ray, the spa pampers its guests so thoroughly, it's earned a spot on Gayot's list of Top 10 Value Spas in the world. Visitors call in or make online appointments to be bundled in body wraps, receive custom facials, or spruce up their nails. Massages take place in private suites where customers can tune into their own iPods, and hair-removal services prep parties for windstorms in velcro factories. The spa also contains a blow-dry bar, a makeup-artistry station, and shelves and racks of boutique apparel, accessories, and skincare products.
1822 S Val Vista Dr
Mesa,
AZ
US
Most Popular Service: Therapeutic massage Brands Used: Doterra Essential Oils Reservations/Appointments: Required Minimum Age Requirement: 1 Established: 2012 Staff Size: 2?10 people Parking: Parking lot Handicap Accessible: Yes Pro Tip: On your first visit, please arrive 10 minutes early to fill out our health and history form. Q&A with the Owner Sometimes the little things make all the difference. Do you bake any supplementary services into your main services? We add complimentary aromatherapy essential oils to your massage. People go to spas to forget about the outside world. How does your decor help create an atmosphere where visitors can unwind? [We] have a very relaxing atmosphere. When the client is lying down on their back, they are looking up at clouds. How did you get started in the industry? Did you have an "ah-ha" moment in life? I've been in the health and wellness field for 13 years. I knew the benefits of therapeutic massage for all of the athletes and patients that I worked with in sports medicine/the physical-therapy field. I felt it was time to branch off and open my own business addressing those needs.
4111 E Valley Auto Drive
Mesa,
AZ
US
When it comes to treating injuries, Doctor of Chiropractic Scott De La Fe has seen it all. De La Fe joined the Army after high school, serving as an airborne paramedic for the 27th Engineer Battalion at Fort Brag and interning with emergency medevac crews, orthopedic surgeons, and neurologists. While earning his undergraduate and doctor of chiropractic degrees, he worked as an emergency technician at a community hospital, then as a sports-rehabilitation trainer and the manager of a private rehabilitation center. Today, he combines his extensive medical experience with regular attendance at industry seminars to keep up with the latest techniques and draws from his own experience as a longtime competitive athlete to treat sports injuries sustained on the professional, recreational, and high-school circuits. In addition to adjustments, Dr. De La Fe often incorporates innovative therapeutic treatments including computerized spinal decompression, cold-laser and ultrasonic therapies, and electrical muscle stimulation. In order to help patients remain as healthy as possible, he also designs custom weight-loss and detoxification programs, which can have the added benefit of reducing stress on the lower back and increasing the expected lifespan of a beloved home trampoline.
3048 East Baseline Road
Mesa,
AZ
US
Marie Neugent?s all-inclusive approach to becoming a licensed massage therapist is echoed in her treatments. The Nationally Certified Neuromuscular Massage Therapist, Massage Therapy Instructor, Reiki Master, and Certified Mind-and-Body Wellness Practitioner combines Eastern and Western modalities that provide clients with a whole body approach for healing the mind, body, and spirit.. That's all reflected in the name Touch of Healing, Marie's studio, which took third place in Massage/Reflexology for the 2014 East Valley Tribune Best of Mesa competition. It can also be seen in Touch of Healing's simple logo, two hands gently surrounding a red heart, which neatly captures the spirit of the massage studio. Part of the studio's success might come from a customized approach to eliminating stress, muscle tension, and pain. It also might stem from the diverse staff. Marie is also Certified Mu-Xing therapy instructor and Holy Yoga teacher. She is assisted by deep tissue massage specialists, certified pregnancy massage therapists, certified reflexologist, shiatsu therapist, and estheticians who take not only a therapeutic but also a spiritual/energetic approach to holistic wellness. In addition to traditional massages, which include prenatal and deep-tissues sessions, Touch of Healing also offers Ashiatsu Barefoot Massage sessions, in which the practitioner uses her feet to glide over the clients' body, using overhead bars to distribute their weight as needed to delve deep into muscles. All massages are backed by education about home care and routines. Services also include waxing, facials, and nutrition counseling.
3740 E Southern Ave #114
Mesa,
AZ
US
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