At Healing Bodywork & Massage, licensed massage therapist Eddie Mathers alleviates bodily aches with his own technique that combines traditional massage with other manual therapies into what he calls a “body tune-up.” This technique, which roots out and corrects the causes of pain and inflammation, excels at relieving carpal tunnel, sciatic nerve, and iliotibial-band pain.
The staff at Jubilee Wellness Center guides guests down the road to weight loss. One-on-one evaluations grant insight into dietary habits and help patients set slimming goals, whether it’s to fit into an old pair of jeans or to hide in a suitcase to reduce airfare. Customized weight-loss programs bring these dreams nearer, kick-starting lowered cholesterol and shed pounds by working to eliminate personal roadblocks. The center also swaddle clients in cellulite-smoothing herbal body wraps, and performs noninvasive LipoLaser treatments to spot-treat specific areas.
Dr. Soberanis leads the charge at Myotherapy Treatment Centers, where he has been specializing in sports medicine and treating serious injuries for more than a decade. Soberanis’s centers offer a full range of massage therapy treatments in addition to chiropractic work. Visit the center’s “What Can I Expect?” page for additional information.
HealthSource's team of chiropractors, licensed massage therapists, and physical trainers aid patients in shedding bodily ailments through personalized Action Plans. Staff members work closely with patients to identify sources of pain such as misaligned vertebrae, pinched nerves, arthritis, and office chairs made out of magma. Treatment Plans may prescribe daily exercises as well as spinal adjustments performed by machines or the sure hands of chiropractors raised by machines. During rehabilitation sessions, knowledgeable trainers help patients overcome athletic and trauma-related injury with exercises to reestablish muscle strength and flexibility.
The certified master trainer at Core Group Fitness wants his clients to build strength they can use for more than just lifting heavier and heavier weights. Instead of working them with weight machines that build muscles in a single direction, he motivates students through TRX sessions, which use the body’s weight as the primary resistance. Students’ big main muscles hold them up while their smaller secondary muscles keep them from toppling over from lack of balance. This ballet of coordination builds solid, reliable strength that’s applicable in real world situations, which is why TRX has been used to train military and police personnel.
"Mind, heart, soul, and spirit"—this is the translation of maum from Korean, and also the core words of what takes place at Maum Meditation. Founded by Woo Myung in 1996 in South Korea, there are more than 330 centers across six continents where people meditate in group settings. During sessions, practitioners use Maum techniques to eliminate anxiety and stress. Once cleared of this, which Maum meditators believe effect thoughts and emotions, the meditators seek happiness and freedom.
In Balance In Control’s licensed massage therapist utilizes a variety of techniques to help their clients reduce stress and pains. He specializes in treating neck and shoulder tensions as a result of chronic stress or repetitive motions. His services include Swedish, therapeutic, deep-tissue, facial-toning, and chair massages along with aromatherapy and deep muscle therapy.