Aestheticians at SkinFixSpa wield Image Skincare products to cleanse complexions and protect them from environmental damage and signs of aging. They use organic botanical ingredients, essential oils, and the bottled coos of doves to lend a therapeutic punch to seven resurfacing peels and four traditional facial options. They work closely with each client during a complimentary skin analysis to customize each treatment. Their experience with two massage modalities allows them to ease away tension with classic Western and Asian massage strokes.
The Gonstead concept of chiropractic is based on a simple, clear idea: like any structure, the body has a foundation. The Gonstead method, an advanced technique practiced at Grant Family Chiropractic, directly addresses the body's foundation—the pelvic girdle. Balance in this region leads to stability and balance in the spine, which leads to being able to stand, walk, and topple someone over in order to take over their hopscotch game. Using this method, along with other techniques and treatments, Doctor of Chiropractic Pamela Grant helps to move her clients toward better health. She works alongside licensed massage therapist Adam Johnson, who also aims to provide relief for beleaguered bodies through various massage techniques.
After a major car accident left her stiff and sore, licensed occupational therapist Jody Turner turned to massage therapy to restore her range of motion. The techniques not only worked, but they inspired Jody to pursue massage-therapy studies and eventually open her own studio, Noblesville Massage Therapy. Today, she helps liberate others from aches and pain using deep-tissue, trigger-point, and myofascial-release techniques.
Although Recreation Unlimited is a respected vendor of hot tubs, pool tables, and backyard playgrounds, it also boasts an onsite play zone that takes advantage of its fun-filled stock. The dedicated indoor play space boasts 3 trampolines, 15 play sets, an indoor basketball court, and play tables arranged on a rubber safety floor. The climate-controlled building hosts playtime and birthday parties.
Although Michelle White earned certifications at Honors Beauty College that showcase her deft, gentle hands, the massages and facials she delivers at Chez Michelle Skin Spa also incorporate the healing power contained within her arsenal of supplementary tools. The licensed massage therapist?s repertoire of therapeutic strokes and stretches benefits from her understanding of SASTM therapy, which detoxifies bodies with the combined might of modern sonic technology and ancient Chinese cupping techniques. After a quick skin analysis, White uses the results of her research to craft custom facials with Jan-Marini-Skin-Research products, treating blemishes with ingredients like hyalronic acid?a healing agent that abounds in youthful skin. White?s Palomar IPL lasers promote cellular rejuvenation and nix unwanted hair, and her mechanical exfoliators help buff away Sharpie mustaches the hair was there to cover up.
Since she earned certification in electrolysis in 1997, Heather E. Culver has watched her hair-removal empire expand to offices in Texas, New York, and Indiana. Today, Heather—an active member of the American Electrology Association—pilots a team of professionals with more than 55 years of collective spa experience at Aesthetic Electrolysis & Skin Care Center. Brandishing high-tech electrolysis tools, the crew expunges unwanted strands from men's and women's faces and bodies, augmenting treatments with cleansing facials and trips through a wind tunnel to test their newfound dominance over friction. They can also adorn visages with permanent makeup and help relax tense muscles with hot-stone and deep-tissue massages.