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Rick Verastegui is a jack-of-all-trades. As a kid, Rick could be spotted marching around his yard holding a trashcan above his head, imitating either bodybuilder Charles Atlas or the neighborhood's most muscular garbage man. Although he eventually set the trashcan down, Rick never lost his passion for health. He carried that into adolescence and adulthood, earning a black belt in karate, playing football, and becoming a certified personal trainer.

In between all of that, Rick found time to earn his master's degree in business, plus degrees in Spanish, government, and economics—all of which he taught at some point. Still, fitness remained an integral part of his life. Rick expanded on his already lengthy resumé by becoming a nationally certified massage therapist, a skill he practices extensively at Unearth the Power. Rick also provides weight-training, stretching, and bodywork services, all while using his diverse background to connect with clients.

10255 Kingston Pike
Knoxville,
TN
US

Rusty Bittle had the good fortune to visit a number of the world's most luxurious resorts and spas. After one trip, he decided he wanted a similar experience closer to home. And so, after discovering that most resorts would not fit in his suitcase, he founded Pure Luxe Salon, Spa and MedSpa

and designed it with those world-class spas in mind.

Today, his 9,000 square-foot facility glitters with polished marble, chrome lighting fixtures, and cascading waterfalls, and guests often note the scent of dark chocolate and fresh flowers that hangs in the air. The staff includes nearly 30 aestheticians, massage therapists, hair stylists, and registered nurses, and there's even a medical director on hand. This diverse team allows Pure Luxe to offer a similarly diverse array of treatments, which range from laser hair removal and skin resurfacing to soothing facials and massages.

10780 Hardin Valley Rd.
Knoxville,
TN
US

While some people wander the globe in search of ways to make their mark, licensed massage therapist Stacy Breeden affects positive change on the citizens of the city where she grew up. A native of Knoxville and a Smoky Mountain enthusiast, Stacy channels the restful quality of her rolling surroundings, decreasing anxiety, improving circulation, and increasing joint flexibility with reflexology treatments and a collection of massage services that include Swedish, deep tissue. Her Indulge Your Senses massage uses hot stones and aromatherapy to enhance relaxation, and raindrop therapy drips essential oil along the spine to rid the body of toxins and stress.

1400 Hollywood Rd.
Knoxville,
TN
US

Upon walking into Debbie's nail salon, guests are encouraged to kick back and relax as she beautifies hands and feet with gentle care. While patrons sink into the comfy pedicure chairs or share a self-brought snack with friends?both of which are welcomed and encouraged by Debbie?a heated footbath jiggles away stress with gentle vibrations. Debbie can target a range of specific issues with clients' phalanges, such as ingrown nails, fungus, and muscle ailments. Whether patrons stop in for aesthetic touchups, health upgrades, or a speed-reenactment of North by Northwest, they'll leave with prettily polished nails and softer, smoother skin.

1400 Hollywood Rd
Knoxville,
TN
US

Dance instructor and graduate of the Tennessee School of Therapeutic Massage, J.W. Becker eases achy muscles and works to ensure pupils can dazzle on the dance floor with aplomb. Massages take place in warm, private rooms while soft music transports stressed-out psyches to blissful daydreams of playing hopscotch with William Howard Taft. Oils ease the broad, muscle-relaxing strokes of Swedish massage while hydrating skin. Ballroom dance classes teach groups and individuals how to cut rugs with stylish pizzazz to impress onlookers at parties or stupefy them at antique vase shops.

4028 Papermill Drive
Knoxville,
TN
US

Licensed massage therapist Kenneth Robinson wields 10 years of experience to knead away clients’ stress in a relaxing treatment room lit by flickering candles. During Swedish massages, Kenneth uses soft, slow strokes to improve oxygen flow without causing the client discomfort or disturbing the spleen’s afternoon nap. Other benefits of the treatment can include reduced general muscle pain and the expulsion of toxins from the body. Though not included with this Groupon, Nutritional Wellness offers nutritional products and additional services, including an infrared sauna.

5816 Kingston Pike
Knoxville,
TN
US