Licensed massage therapist Brittany Killebrew turns muscle frowns upside down with her signature bodywork. Each session begins with a consultation to discuss treatment needs with the client and any other concerns. Then, drawing on more than three years of experience, Brittany can promote relaxation with flowing Swedish strokes, or access lower-layer aches with firmer deep-tissue techniques.
The relaxation experts at Natural Healing at Bella Bronze combat stress and tension with soothing massages and body wraps. They use the healing power of touch to improve range of motion in creaky joints and untie knots lurking deep within muscles, much like the hope deep within your heart. More intense pressure targets chronic pain, and therapeutic stretching eases tightness.
No area of the body can safely harbor stress when massage therapist Megan is in the room. Because of her knowledge of anatomy and pressure points, her combination relaxation-therapeutic massages range across the entire body, from the shoulders and back to the arms, legs, and face. With familiarity, also, of various skin types, she’s able to customize Swedish and deep-tissue massage strokes to accommodate virtually all sensitivities and ages.
Massage therapists? hands traverse clients? bodies with the gentle, gliding strokes of a Swedish massage or the more pressurized kneading of a deep-tissue massage at NV Massage Therapy. The therapists also specialize in easing the discomforts of pregnancy with prenatal massages. The studio is open seven days a week to accommodate clients? busy schedules.
The team at Michigan Beauty Institute, which is affiliated with Clyde Park Chiropractic, focuses on noninvasive therapies that leave skin looking younger. Microcurrent facials stimulate muscles and surrounding tissues, and ultrasonic and radio-frequency liposuction treatments break down fat and cellulite. The crew also offers elastin-infusion therapy, a cosmetic procedure that was originally used to help wounded soldiers heal more quickly and with less scarring. The cell-renewal therapy is designed to turn back the hands of time by up to two years, or the average duration of a microdermabrasion treatment on the Statue of Liberty.