With a mastery of a wide range of traditional therapies – acupuncture, herbal medicine, and moxibustion, among others – licensed acupuncturist Yoo Park takes a holistic approach to wellness. In her acupuncture clinic’s private treatment rooms, Yoo helps her patients overcome a wide range of ailments, including stress, headaches, anxiety, and depression.
Lisa Eurich wears many hats. She’s a certified personal trainer, a registered yoga and Pilates instructor, as well as a clinical hypnotherapist. She’s also a registered Thai massage therapist, who has developed wellness-based programs for Harley-Davidson and GE Medical, Yahoo!, and The Los Angeles Department of Water & Power. After soliciting Lisa for a soothing Thai and aromatherapy massage, clients can learn more her 20-year background by reading her feature in the book, “Amazing Woman: What’s Your Story?”
At A Better You Health Spa, therapists combine massage with herbal medicine and holistic health treatments to detoxify and de-stress bodies. They specialize in kinesiology, a modality designed to assuage strained, overused, or excessively sumo-wrestled muscles. Their massages come with additions such as aromatherapy, heat therapy, and yoga breathing techniques. The therapists' holistic health philosophy extends to detoxifying body wraps, herbal-based cold and flu treatments, and combined acupuncture and massage treatments.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: InnerLight energy healing
Pro Tip: The energy healing sessions are deeply relaxing as well as healing.
Mazal, the reflexologist behind Reflexology by Mazal, tends to issues ranging from acute back pain to difficulty sleeping by stimulating the nervous system. She applies pressure to the feet, hands, and outer ears, focusing on relieving stress. The sessions generally lead to increased relaxation and feelings of rejuvenation.
As a pre-med student with plans for a traditional physician's career, Dr. Robert Zelinsky thought he had it all figured out. But a fascination with drug-free healing soon prevailed, and after graduating with a degree in neuropsychology, he enrolled in chiropractic school. As a practicing chiropractor, Dr. Zelinsky's has lent his spine-straightening talents to a group of medical staffers at the International Tae Kwon Do Tournament. Most of his patients, however, aren't grappling with kick-based injuries, but simply want to feel better through natural techniques. Many, Dr. Zelinsky notes, come to him when it seems as though surgery is the answer, and he prides himself on preventing them from going under the knife.