Day Spa in Lodi

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The owner and bodywork buff of kneading your knots, Rona Rivera, relieves stressed-out backsides through a variety of massage disciplines. After an initial consultation, up to 15 different techniques, such as shiatsu, deep tissue, and aromatherapy, are incorporated into your 60-minute serenity session. The varied process manipulates the muscles of average cotton-gin operators into frenzies of relaxation, freeing up bodies and souls to scale underwater mountain ranges and solve high-stakes sudoku puzzles.

1110 W Kettleman Ln
Lodi,
CA
US

Certified massage practitioner Kristi Barnard at Aria Massage Therapy specializes in therapeutic and sports massages. Her treatments help reduce mental stress and physical discomfort, preparing clients for the rigors of athletics or everyday life.

103 W. Pine Street
Lodi,
CA
US

The well-trained skincare specialist at Healing Sanctuary renews visages from everyday stresses and dehydration with antioxidant facials for men and women. During 60-minute treatments, façade fixers cleanse and exfoliate skin, evicting shine-obscuring inhabitants such as dirt, dead cells, and curtains. After extracting pore cloggers, hydrating masks inject moisture into dermal tissue, granting human emoticons a glow previously attainable only by neon toothpaste. To stimulate beta-endorphins and uncontrollable sighs of relaxation, sessions finish with a neck and shoulder massage, which melts muscle tension and promotes circulation.

404 West Pine Street
Lodi,
CA
US

Relaxing strokes are but one tool in massage therapist Michael Parks’s arsenal of bodywork knowledge. Inspired by the grace and wisdom of martial-arts superstar Bruce Lee, he fights chronic pain with focused movements developed in the Far East. Migraine treatments teem with Eastern techniques such as reflexology and acupressure, and general massages follow a deductive, freeform style, much like the teachings of Bruce himself. During Thai massages, Michael guides the client’s body through assisted stretches that resemble yoga poses or slow-motion chicken dances. Western modalities such as Swedish massage inform stress-relief treatments, which can be tailored to address specific concerns such as sinus pressure or sports-related soreness. In addition to targeting existing aches with therapeutic touch, Michael uses postural analyses, range-of-motion assessments, and personal training to identify and address underlying sources of pain.

104 North School Street
Lodi,
CA
US

When asked about her stance on skincare products, Jamie Jacob’s answer is simple: “If it doesn’t do something amazing, I don’t carry it.” The veteran aesthetician honed her keen ability to weed out the unworthy contenders through 600 hours of cosmetology schooling, which included extra training with Dermalogica, Eminence, Skin Script, and Tu'el Skin Care lines. Much like beauty-pageant contests, who are judged on personality alone, Jamie’s services span the beauty spectrum with an array of facials, waxing, and microdermabrasion treatments that keep epidermal expanses silky smooth, as well as massages that go hand-to-hand against troublesome aches.

429 West Lockeford Street
Lodi,
CA
US

Licensed chiropractor Dr. Nathan Stewart, of the eponymous Stewart Family Chiropractic, realigns corpuses and alleviates ailments including back pain, sleep trouble, and headaches. A 60-minute therapeutic massage kneads rigid muscles into lithe, limber appendage movers as stress beats a hasty retreat and tense tissues relax. During a chiropractic exam, the friendly physician runs a slew of tests to get a feel for which kinds of spine-refurbishing techniques would best get bodies into straighter shape or would help to relieve migraines, sciatica, or sleeping problems. If necessary, x-rays get a sneak peak into the spine's inner workings and assess skeletons for future careers as dancing skeletons.

1420 W Kettleman Ln
Lodi,
CA
US