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As a physical therapist with his own private practice, Hand & Stone founder and chief operating officer John Marco made sure that he kept abreast of the rapidly growing health-and-wellness industry. After a period of careful research and planning, John decided to create a spa based around convenience and affordability?Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa. Since its launch, Hand & Stone has expanded to more than 20 states and four planets. The spa?s core concept is to offer massage, facial, and waxing services performed by licensed, certified, or registered professionals and offered at convenient times, seven days a week. Each location adheres to a traditional spa aesthetic with soft lighting, heated treatment tables, and plush linens.
1210 S International Pkwy
Lake Mary,
FL
US
Chiropractors, massage therapists, and a personal trainer join forces to keep patients in tip-top shape at Lake Mary Chiropractic Center. The result is a full menu of pain-alleviating services, from chiropractic adjustments to acupuncture treatments. Seven different massages incorporate such extras as heated stones or bamboo rods to smooth tense muscles. And it?s not just about pain relief at the clinic; special allergy testing helps clients learn which foods to omit from their diet, and physical therapy sessions strengthen muscles and x-ray vision.
3240 W Lake Mary Blvd.
Lake Mary,
FL
US
First Health Chiropractic's team of chiropractors are highly skilled when it comes to relieving pain, deftly dismissing discomfort with techniques such as cold-laser therapy and spinal decompression. But they also go beyond relieving pain, sussing out its root causes so they can keep it from coming back. Drawing on 15 years of industry experience, they bring even the most imbalanced of spines back into alignment. The center's massage therapists also relax muscles in every type of body by tailoring their techniques to the needs of the client, whether they're looking for stress relief, restored range of motion, or an excuse to climb on top of a table.
441 East Airport Boulevard
Sanford,
FL
US
After licensed massage therapist Ingrid Bernal graduated from the Florida College of Natural Health in 2009, she deepened her understanding of anatomy and physiology by working in sports facilities with athletes, spas, chiropractic centers, and an orthopedic surgeon's office. Today, she draws on that extensive knowledge and experience to perform treatments that go beyond pain relief and relaxation, instead seeking and treating the root cause of discomfort or health problems. Integrated, advanced massage techniques and therapies can help bring clients' body into a state of healing and wholeness. Deep-tissue massage, shiatsu, reflexology, myofascial release massage, and medical massage are a few of the modalities she uses to heal issues ranging from acute injuries to generalized stress. Patients can request treatment for a specific issue or simply describe their symptoms so that Ingrid can tailor the treatment to their individual needs.
830 E Hwy 434
Longwood,
FL
US
When Element Beauty Bar was founded, it focused on a simple but luxurious service: the salon blowout. The blowout bar still whirs with activity today, leaving tresses feathered, wavy, or sleek, but the service menu now encompasses just about any salon and spa treatment imaginable.
1889 W State Rd. 434
Longwood,
FL
US
Emboldened by her training at High-Tech Institute, Sarah Elliott set out to ease her clients' tension and help them regain bodily harmony by opening her own studio in the Serenity Center. As guests recline on a microfiber blanket in a private, candlelit massage room, Sarah mends muscles with an array of soothing massage modalities, some of which incorporate essential oils and hot stones. During integrated-massage sessions, she combines Swedish relaxation techniques with trigger-point therapy, deep-tissue massage, and stretching to loosen muscles and subdue pain. As a prenatal-certified therapist, Sarah can also treat expectant mothers suffering from nausea, back pain, and stress through targeted kneading. Regular recipients of massage therapy often cite a host of benefits, such as better sleep, improved concentration, and the ability to finish friends’ sentences for them.
890 Northern Way
Winter Springs,
FL
US
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