At Posture Massage, owner Yan G. Van Heel focuses on getting bodies back in line. She uses her skills as a massage therapist and acupuncturist to improve clients' posture, circulation, and flexibility, as well as lower their blood pressure and stress level. She offers classic Swedish and deep-tissue massages, along with specialized posture and reflexology massages. In addition to massage therapy, Yan has extensive training in Chinese medicine, so she can also treat pain with cupping therapy, which uses cups vacuum-sealed to the skin to remove toxins.
The bodywork experts at Family Massage Therapeutic knead muscles from head to toe, using an array of techniques and modalities. Their classic Swedish massages promote overall relaxation, whereas deep-tissue massages take aim at areas of chronic pain. Sports massages help athletes recover from injuries and prenatal massages ease the aches associated with bending over to pick babies from the baby garden.
After studying Thai massage for four years in the United States, Sandy Rabolli moved to Thailand to truly master the techniques. That dedication has led to more than 25 years of international clinical experience and a repertoire of modalities such as Swedish, craniosacral, and neuromuscular massage, with which Rabolli?s skilled hands can ease everything from neck, shoulder, and wallet pain to headaches, digestive problems, and sciatica. To this day, Rabolli continues to further her education, studying such subjects as myoskeletal techniques.
The weight-loss specialists at Slim Body Wellness Center employ the noninvasive technologies of Zerona and Venus Freeze to slim figures. Experienced staffers have performed thousands of successful fat-trimming treatments and have helped 99% of clients tighten their belts by an inch or more after six Zerona treatments. Their LED-therapy treatments, meanwhile, shower exteriors in healing light, clarifying skin and imbuing it with the youthful radiance of a newborn galaxy.
The trained and licensed massage therapists at Elements Therapeutic Massage address health and stress-related conditions with gliding strokes and concentrated kneads. Their deft hands apply pressure to areas of discomfort to maximize joint flexibility and encourage the release of the body's natural supply of painkillers, which include serotonin, endorphins, and stevia. Massage can also assuage depression, speed healing form injuries, and bolster sleep quality.
The massage therapists at Rejuvenate Day Spa melt tense muscles with dexterous digits. Practitioners begin by lubricating lumbar with Biotone massage cream for smoother kneading and somersaulting through art-museum air ducts. During the bamboo massage, stalks of varying lengths and diameters assist fingers with deep-tissue work to promote improved circulation and sensory-nerve perception. Swedish techniques encourage relaxation, ease tension, and result in more delicate pancakes. A furnished rest area offers clients a place to recuperate after each session.