Balance. It's the main goal of most of the treatments at Texas Ayurvedic, yet that approach doesn't only take into account a client's current condition. It's also about helping people make long-term lifestyle changes that enhance their total-body health. Those are some of the central tenets at work in the center's approaches, which include everything from bodywork treatments to dietary counseling in the pursuit of mind, body, and spiritual balance.
Approaching each client with personalized care, the center offers a wide array of services intended to address an even wider array of needs. Some include massages, detoxifying body treatments, and pain-alleviating therapies that help release stress, sending it to the same place lost left socks go. Then there's dietary guidance, which aims to strengthen bodies with regimens aimed at preventing disease. Even traditional facial treatments?which use natural, botanically derived skincare products?strive to alleviate stress while leaving skin looking smooth and radiant.
Instead of addressing symptoms as they arise, the staff at Yes To Perfect Health focuses on identifying and treating their root causes. Doctor of Chiropractic Victoria Le has dedicated more than 20 years of her life to using nonsurgical chiropractic care to restore spinal alignment and promote healthy neurological function. She relies on these techniques, as well as her neurologic and orthopedic examination skills, at Yes To Perfect Health. Here, she is joined by practitioners who share her passion for naturally treating the underlying imbalances that can cause stress, chronic aches, and other painful health concerns. These comprehensive, holistically focused regimens include massage therapy, nutritional guidance, and low-level laser therapy, which may boost the metabolism, increase circulation, and accelerate healing.
Chiropractic care is a Parker family tradition. Doctors of chiropractic John and James Parker are the sons of James Parker Sr., the founder of Parker College of Chiropractic and the Parker University in Dallas, and together they run Parker Chiropractic Clinic.
To correct spinal misalignments, the doctors, like professional Jenga players, adjust one component at a time, gently restoring stability and normalizing posture. They also care for the muscles associated with bones and joints and support whole-body health with nutritional counseling, massage therapy, and other nonsurgical solutions.
When it comes to the integration of Eastern and Western medicine, Dr. Carlos Chapa might as well be the poster child. He spent nearly a decade learning and practicing Western medicine, first as a medic in the U.S. Marines, then as a civilian paramedic. When he took a sabbatical from his budding medical career to study abroad in China, Dr. Chapa's early interest in natural cures?stemming from visits to his grandmother's small town in Mexico, where she acted as the town healer?took root in the form of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He delved head-first into this new passion, earning his master's degree and then his PhD in Oriental Medicine from Dongguk University in South Korea, which led him to study at one of the world's first hospitals that integrated Eastern and Western principles.
Today, Dr. Chapa brings this integrative approach to clients at Valley Ranch Acupuncture. As a licensed acupuncturist who has treated thousands of patients, he uses this 5,000 year old technique to decrease pain, boost energy, and affect hormone levels in clients, all with the aim of treating the root cause of the issues and not only focusing only on the symptoms. True to his forward-thinking style, Dr. Chapa may even swap out the hair-thin, virtually painless acupuncture needles for a laser. The low-energy beam is used to target the same locations and produce the same results as acupuncture needles, but require no penetration of the skin.
Licensed acupuncturist and massage therapist Ariana Geoffrey Stahlka strives to restore the body's balance and harmony with alternative-medicine techniques. Stahlka earned a MS in Oriental medicine and a BS in nutrition at Midwest College of Oriental Medicine, one of the first colleges of acupuncture and Oriental medicine in the United States. She works along the body's energy meridians as outlined in traditional Chinese medicine, using acupuncture to alleviate chronic pain, fatigue, depression, and even aesthetic concerns. She navigates those same meridians during Krashada acupressure-therapy sessions, which uses pressure from hands to help enhance energy flow and release blockages that may cause physical pain, mental discomfort, or poor decision-making during Final Jeopardy!
Along with classic massage techniques, Stahlka utilizes craniosacral and multibody-release therapies to enhance motor function. Her background in nutrition allows her to address physical ailments with the complex art of Chinese herbology.
New Life Fitness World motivates calories crusaders with personal trainers and more than 140 hours of group classes. Launch fitness plans in a one-on-one training session before bounding into any of the four locations' exercise courses, such as cycling, Zumba, and Piyo, a combination of yoga, Pilates, and trick yo-yoing. After land-based laps around the indoor tracks, or the aquatic equivalent in the indoor heated pools, fit fiddles can indulge in a sauna steam, a hot-tub soak, or a tanning session. Towel service and locker rooms facilitate transitions out of the gym, while childcare frees parents from the stress of pushing strollers while jogging on the treadmill.