Ann Buckner's Massage Therapy's eponymous practitioner is a proud grandmother, but she's as active as any young person on the block. A kids' Zumba instructor and graduate of Healing Hands Institute, Ann infuses clients with her brand of revitalization using therapeutic, deep-tissue, and Thai massage. Before she performs therapy, Ann assesses the body's skeletal structure and posture to find out which modalities will work best for each individual.
The therapists at Body Awakening Massage and Wellness Center will work with you to determine the most beneficial techniques to use during each session. They certainly have a lot to choose from, with expertise in everything from craniosacral therapy to Japanese shiatsu massage. When they aren't soothing tension with deep-tissue pressure or relaxing hot stones, the therapists tend to the body's other needs with detoxifying wraps that infuse skin with nutrients and break down fat cells, reducing appearance of cellulite and aid in inch loss.
Cocoa butter, coconut oil, and heated soy dip might sound like the ingredients in a bizarre cooking experiment, but at
Alicia's Massage & Wellness Center, they're actually elements of various holistic treatments. Cocoa butter and coconut oil therapeutically nourish the skin, and heated soy dip soothes hands and feet. Along with a variety of massage-therapy treatments, the wellness center offers holistic health-and-spa treatments, including herbal body wraps, organic facials, and ear candling.
I-Surgeons's team of physicians oversees a range of sight-restoring laser treatments. LASIK and PRK, the main laser eye surgeries at the practice, enhance visual acuity in patients suffering from myopia, astigmatism, and hyperopia, and the treatments use three different lasers to reshape corneas of varying thicknesses. To determine if patients are eligible for these surgeries or in possession of superpowers, a doctor examines eyes during free consultations that measure corneal thickness and pupil size. The surgeons also turn their eye expertise to blepharoplasties to correct drooping upper lids or puffy under-eye bags. They fight wrinkles around the eyes, between the eyebrows, and on the forehead with Botox and Dysport injections.
The experienced owners of European Medical Massage & Spa serve to soak, scrub, and sweat the stress and toxins out of their clients in the advanced environs of a relaxing, European-inspired spa. Like a cell phone in a mime's back pocket, customers kick back and relax for 30 minutes as purifying products swaddle their bodies in the hydrotherapy bath, with steam and heat alchemizing into a melting pot of muscle-soothing stew. Once the body has had a good soak, a licensed massage therapist softens the tissues and hypnotizes the tension from the scalp or feet for 15 minutes, as clients rest on cushioned massage tables in an extravagantly decorated room complete with European statues and softly lamp-lit walls. Once tension has surrendered, 20 minutes in the clean, steamy sauna sweeps the remaining toxins out and sends them to audition for acting roles in soap commercials. Fully pampered bodies then rejuvenate with a 10-minute shower.
A nationally certified, holistic therapist with 25 years of experience exorcises stress from muscles and heals enfeebled energies with a results-oriented massage personalized to meet each client’s needs. Combining a background in neuromuscular science with the intuitive creativity of an impressionistic artist, therapist Alan Jordan finger-paints scenes of pastoral bliss on sore backs with a palette of paraben-free organic products. Specializing in a litany of modalities ranging from Swedish to prenatal and lymphatic, Alan mollifies even the most petulant posteriors during 75-minute appointments that take place in a nurturing private salon.