Bright Life Massage Therapy offers many options to suit your body's needs. Massage can help reduce common discomforts such as back pain, headache, neck and shoulder pain, and general stress. Choose from Swedish, deep tissue, sports, and prenatal massage. Each massage is tailored to your individual needs and wishes.
More than just a tasteful decoration, the yin and yang emblazoned on Salon 253’s floor speaks to the sense of balance visitors can expect to achieve within the salon’s relaxing confines. Salon 253 offers up four massage modalities as well as aromatherapy raindrop therapy treatment and detoxifying body wraps to help chase away tension, and Dana focuses on catering to each customer's individual needs to keep muscles as relaxed as the joints in the salon's rotating chairs.
Baxter Avenue’s certified massage duo Lambsey Reeves and Megan McNamara treat sore bodies and stressed auras with a quartet of muscle-melting massage techniques. Clients can warm-up with a hot towel as the tissue tenderizer unleashes a stress-abolishing treatment, alleviating bothered backs of irritations from chronic pain and hard-to-reach mosquito bites. Swedish massages soothe patients with graceful long and flowing strokes, and deep-tissue rubdowns showcase the therapist’s brute strength in the form of firm kneads and intense rolls. Expectant mothers can relieve anxiety with a pressure-alleviating prenatal session, and sore soul sacks can enlist the power of trigger-point therapy to unbundle corporeal knots and relive pockets of pain and tension lint.
When considering what to bring to a desert island, one might consider a snowmobile, a milk steamer, and one of Elite Massage Therapy's therapists. The outfit's two locations dispense different methods of relief—from his station downtown, Jacob Kilbride specializes in sports-performance massage, supplemented by the rehabilitative Kinesio Taping Method and a Chinese scar-tissue mediation technique called gua sha. His journey began at Spencerian School of Massage, where he mastered anatomy and the fundamental techniques of Swedish, deep-tissue, and other modalities. Elite Massage Therapy's therapists complement therapeutic healing with sensory indulgence by keeping aromatherapy oils and hot stones on hand to dip into vats of molten chocolate.
The skin experts at CeeLA Naturals Spa nourish epidermises with spa services that employ all-natural, vegan skincare products developed by a physician with extensive biochemical training. During the chocolate-pumpkin-enzyme peel, a technician lavishes skin with a natural cocktail replete with antioxidants and fatty acids. The fusion of pumpkin enzymes and amino acid-rich CeeLA formulas sloughs away dead skin cells to reveal a youthful glow, prepping mugs for holiday parties and public encounters with older-looking doppelgangers.
Although massage therapist Jean-Yves Joret of Keep In Touch Massage and Cranial Therapy has mastered several types of massages over his more than 15 years of experience, he doesn't work from a template. Instead, he customizes his strokes in accordance with the needs of each individual, tailoring pressures to tolerance while intuitively seeking out tension and knots. Believing that massages are a legitimate form of health care, Jean-Yves aims to correct a range of ailments, from a stiff lower back and headaches to lower energy levels.
Balance Therapeutic Massage's licensed massage therapists offer massages which treat and soothe entire people rather than just muscle groups or areas. They attempt to alleviate symptoms such as aches and pains while also attempting to assuage underlying causes of these symptoms. Therapists blend myofascial, deep-tissue, hot-stone, and Swedish techniques to help calm nerves and bring clients into deep states of relaxation.