Beauty & Spas in Kalamazoo


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At Staggs Fitness, certified personal trainers Tim and Becca Staggs apply their experience and expertise toward toning and tightening clients' physiques, helping them lose weight and develop a healthier routine. Patrons gauge physical limits during two half-hour personal-training sessions, which can be scheduled at the same time as a friend’s session or a pet puma’s off-leash stroll for additional encouragement. Trainers then concoct an individualized, long-term workout plan to keep muscles on their metaphorical toes. During a nutrition and wellness consultation, trainers take clients' lifestyle and eating habits into account before dispensing tailored diet advice as well as helpful tips for differentiating spherical fruits from billiard balls. After their limbering education, bodies can draw on a sample of energy supplements to restart drowsy joints.
6980 Stadium Drive
Oshtemo,
MI
US
Locey Swim & Spa's knowledgeable staff members help people keep their paddling puddles clean and ready for activity with a wide array of chemicals and accessories. Dissolve Durachlor granular chlorine ($89 for 20 lbs.) in pools to keep aqua clean and clear, or sic Locey Swim & Spa's own nonchlorine Clear & Swim oxidizer ($79 for 12 lbs.) on feral packs of bacteria, contaminants, and algae. Locey's selection of water games and toys includes Aquaria pool floats ($89) and jumbo noodles ($11), which keep bodies buoyant in belly-flop-induced squalls. The aquatic authorities at Locey Swim & Spa will also hand-test water for free and craft a custom chemical routine to keep water as clear as an eloquent jellyfish.
6857 W Main St
Kalamazoo,
MI
US
Physical therapist Adam Swain doesn’t think twice when sending his patients to Mark Duval for treatment. “I have great confidence in his ability to help maintain and augment my patients’ post rehabilitation status,” he said in a review. Duval—a certified massage therapist for 15 years—relies mostly on myofascial release, a method that diffuses nerve compression caused by stress, poor posture, or an extra-long game of nervous-system sardines in order to soothe body-wide aches. He’s also mastered other massage styles, including acupressure, reflexology, and Swedish, and deploys the method that best suits each patient’s needs.
612 Cherokee St
Kalamazoo,
MI
US
Before opening Touch of Indigo Massage Therapy, Mackenzie honed her craft during 750 hours of training. Since then, she's continued to fine-tune those skills through continuing-education courses as well as tirelessly trying to grow a third arm. Mackenzie is proficient in multiple types of treatment: she dissolves tension with Swedish strokes, undoes knots with deep-tissue kneads, and pampers hands and feet with salt or sugar scrubs. As a postpartum doula and mother of three, she also takes a special interest in assuaging childbearing aches with prenatal and postnatal massages.
5950 Portage Road
Kalamazoo,
Michigan
US
Instead of letting her fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome slow her down, Paula Kleckner-Miller found inspiration within her struggles to help others overcome their own conditions. Thus, she studied massage therapy and Reiki to attain a healing touch. Today, she practices an array of massage styles within her studio, where guests relax atop cushioned tables draped in fresh linens.
7912 S 8th St
Kalamazoo,
MI
US
Certified massage therapist Jennifer Sterchele helms The Care of You Therapeutic Massage, where she tends to bodies and minds with soothing treatments. Her services include therapeutic and hot-stone massage, ear candling, and foot detoxification.
8799 Gull Road
Richland,
MI
US
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