Amy Jefferson was sick. Bedridden for days at a time, she found that medicine helped relieve her symptoms but never truly eliminated their cause. Finally, she returned to the natural and holistic healing methods that she had become familiar with while growing up in New Mexico and met an herbologist-reflexologist who would help her to fully recover. Healthy and inspired, Jefferson then trained at the International Reflexology Institute. There, she harvested the knowledge and skills to promote healing through natural methods, instead of hiring doctors made out of artificial preservatives. Jefferson also holds Advanced Level certification from the International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy, a treatment she offers along with reflexology, electro-acupuncture, and ionic footbaths to provide the same holistic healing that changed her own life years ago.
At Bee Healthy Medical Weight Loss, the emphasis isn't on miracle drugs or quick cures. Instead, the staff arms clients with custom nutrition and fitness plans that help them gradually and successfully shed pounds. Their doctor-supervised programs may be bolstered with appetite suppressants and energy-boosting B12 injections, but the supplements themselves are not enough. The staff explains, "You have to work to lose weight and allow these supporting factors to help you accomplish that goal." With that in mind, the staff keeps clients motivated by supplying tips for maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
Mackenzie Conyers is a licensed cosmetologist with a talent for coloring hair with products by Matrix, Redken, and Alfaparf. Though this is her specialty, it's just a small part of what she can do. Among other services, Conyers can revitalize complexions with relaxing facials or restore smoothness to beloved pet rocks during private waxing sessions. Clients may also benefit from salon owner Teresa Lamotte's 20 years of experience by enjoying a professional spray tan, ear piercing, or expert mani-pedi with polishes by OPI and essie.
Even when it starts to get chilly during the winter months, the treatment rooms at Professional Massage Therapy keep bodies warm and relaxed through heated tables, hot towels, and hot stones. Licensed massage therapist Amanda Kemmerlin administers Swedish massages, deep-tissue treatments, prenatal massages, and foot-reflexology work.
Esthetics By Ginger utilizes microcurrent technology to offer noninvasive face- and body-sculpting services. The nonsurgical and drug-free treatments work to tighten the skin of the face and body, potentially reducing the appearance of wrinkles, lines, and cellulite.