We are a medical office offering women's health and aesthetics services. A physician is present at all times, and is currently the only provider of all services. Your skin care, weight loss, laser hair removal, botox, and skin fillers will all be administered by the physician - a practice unheard of at other medi-spas.
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.
Licensed massage therapist Stacey Teeler stretches, strengthens, and relaxes muscles within her studio, Absolute Massage of Knoxville. The therapist enhances circulation and busts apart pockets of stress with long and flowing Swedish strokes or stretches muscles and quells aches and pains with deep-tissue kneads. Optional aromatherapy oils can relax the mind and tickle the gnomes hiding in the nose throughout Stacey's half- and full-body sessions.
Licensed massage therapist Dana Good has never performed the same massage twice. She believes cookie cutters should be left in the kitchen or hanging in doorways to mark gingerbread-man safe houses, and opts instead for a highly personalized treatment philosophy. She discusses each client's specific needs and medical history to create an optimal massage session, drawing upon more than a decade of experience with a wide variety of massage modalities and bodywork techniques. In an integrative massage, Good incorporates Swedish and deep-tissue pressure with styles such as myofascial or positional release, trigger-point therapy, as well as deep breathing and other relaxation exercises.
Good also offers pregnancy or sports massage for targeted relief and helps clients lead healthier lifestyles as a certified wellness coach specializing in weight loss and stress management. As a way to give back to the community, the caring therapist offers discounts for military personnel and first responders.
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.
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.