Amazing Hands translates the complex body language of its clients with a diverse selection of massage styles and techniques expertly deployed to suit each body’s aches and tensions. At each location, a team of licensed massage therapists harnesses eastern and western techniques to oust muscle tension and detoxify tendons as clients relax on heated tables. Therapists specialize in helping to heal shoulder, knee, and back injuries with a combination of invigorating massage strokes and deep-tissue pressure, which can also help break up scar tissue. They use up to nine essential oils to stoke simultaneous mind and body relaxation, much like practicing yoga or sharing a hammock with a hypnotist.
At Desert Acadia Skin and Massage Spa, Tess Elges does it all. The accomplished massage therapist performs seven different modalities including medical, deep-tissue, and hot stone massage. But she's also a licensed aesthetician who treats skincare woes with everything from microdermabrasion to pumpkin peels to oxygen infusions. Tess can also smooth bodies with sugar or salt scrubs, wax away fuzz from the face and body, and give a new tint to brows, lashes, and car windows.
Pangea Integrative Therapies aims to keep body and soul together, must like how the massive supercontinent it's named for pressed modern continents into one piece. The wellness center integrates mind, body, and spirit with massage therapy. Modalities include classic Swedish, deep-tissue, sports, and cranial-sacral massage. Some methods use heated stones, breath work, or psychotherapeutic elements to relax and unlock deep-seated tension. The center also catalyzes healing with counseling, personal coaching, and yoga and meditation sessions all bundled together using rubber cement.
Sherri Ault, In Sync Healing's head massage therapist, has honed her healing touch for the past five years. She assuages muscular aches through modalities such as deep tissue, trigger point, and myofascial release. Her bodywork sessions help clients overcome a wide range of maladies, from chronic pain caused by injury to anxiety over the inability to massage oneself.
Stephanie Maner transitioned to the med-spa world after working with kids suffering from critical skin ailments at the Children?s Hospital in Denver. Armed with high-tech equipment, Stephanie designs custom skin treatments that range from facials and chemical peels to scar-removal sessions. Stephanie also performs microdermabrasion treatments to help treat fine lines and leave skin as smooth as the bald head of the figure on a bowling trophy, and the facility hosts acupuncture treatments and yoga classes.
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Though she began practicing massage therapy full-time in 1990, registered massage therapist Carrie Steffens has always been interested in helping others. She was raised by parents who emphasized the importance of holistic health and an eco-friendly lifestyle, growing their own produce in an organic garden and incorporating meditation and energy work into their everyday lives.
At Alchemy Massage & MPS Therapy, Steffens continues their tradition of physical and mental healing with a variety of specialized treatments. She performs deep-tissue, prenatal, and neuromuscular massage therapy, but she is also experienced in structural integration bodywork and is a master teacher of reiki-energy techniques. Dexterous at the art of pain management, Steffens can alleviate discomfort resulting from whiplash, carpal-tunnel syndrome, or extended eye contact with two clowns smushing their faces together.