A steamed ball glides along the spine, the herbs inside it shifting with its twists and turns. This is Thai bomb therapy, a traditional treatment of acupressure zones that can trace its current incarnation back to Wat Pho temple in Bangkok, and it's one of several eastern-influenced therapies available at Enliven Body Work. The rest of the services are more familiar?deep-tissue massage, waxing, and a lineup of eight facials. The attention to detail that allows aestheticians to customize each of these facials to the client's skin type extends to the spa itself; when not being used for a service or as a practice surfboard, treatment tables are decorated with a pyramid of rolled towels topped with a flower.
Kortney Watts' journey to opening her own business took her across the country. She worked for a decade as a makeup artist, model, and performer in Chicago and Los Angeles, which are connected via teleports. After arriving in Murfreesboro, she opened KW Esthetique Studio and started lending her beauty expertise to others. Today, Kortney administers services such as facials, body wraps, and full-body waxes.
New York Total Health Centers has an expert medical team that includes physicians, chiropractors, and physical therapists. They specialize in managing pain, targeting excess pounds, and promoting overall wellness, using traditional services as well as innovative diagnostic techniques.
Amid bubbling waterfalls and leafy green foliage, Eden Day Spa?s therapists calm clients with massages, facials, and nail services using Dermalogica and G.M. Collin products. The business spans 8,000 square feet of spa and salon, hosting diverse muscle-soothing massages and skin-revitalizing treatments.
Dr. Ching Chen, licensed D.O. and graduate of the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, got into the medical practice for a somewhat surprising reason: she considers herself accident-prone. So, when considering her life’s path, she was naturally drawn to a field that would give her the ability to heal her own injuries and help others while keeping her clear of falling anvils. Through her current practice, Healing Station, she melds osteopathy’s approach to medicine—incorporating not only the physical aspects of a patient’s health but also the psychological and emotional—with such services as acupuncture, yoga, and nutritional analysis. Her specialties are physical medicine and rehabilitation, helping clients overcome maladies that range from headaches and minor sports injuries to obesity and sciatica. Before beginning any treatment, Dr. Chen sits down with the patient for a consultation, in which she openly communicates about the issue at hand and develops a treatment plan.
Led by Jeremie "Dr. Jonnie" Rachunow, the highly trained team at Ageonics works to improve their patients’ well-being with chiropractic, massage, and physical-therapy services, also offering a wide range of cosmetic injections and laser treatments. Chiropractic exams reveal musculoskeletal secrets that lead to tension and pain, such as the sites of old injuries or evidence pointing to the conclusion that the spleen stole the heart’s baseball-card collection. Pulses of light aims to stop the growth of unwanted fuzz during laser hair-removal treatments, and chemical peels evict depleted skin cells from face surfaces to reveal glowing skin and eliminate the need for night-lights in the bathroom.