Sports Massage in Martha Lake

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  • Elements Massage - Alderwood
    Signature Service: 80-minute therapeutic massage session Established: 2014 Reservations/Appointments: Required Handicap Accessible: Yes Staff Size: 11?25 people Parking: Parking lot Minimum Age Requirement: 13 Pro Tip: Arrive early to get settled in the studio, so you receive your full session time "[I like] helping clients feel better, so they can enjoy life with a few less aches and pains," says David Brown, owner of Elements Massage Alderwood. To that end, he often recommends clients sign up for an 80-minute session with one of the seven massage therapists in his employ. The sizeable chunk of time allows them to focus on particularly troubling areas of tension or pain, while still making sure to work on the rest of the body, as well. To David, the best compliment he or his therapists can receive come from clients noticing the benefits of their work: increased range of motion, reduced pain, and a diminished fear of how much hands look like spiders.
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    2902 164th St. SW
    Lynnwood, WA US
  • Enhance & Beyond
    Enhance & Beyond promotes wellness through stress-reducing massages and an array of different techniques in order to relieve daily tensions. Its FDA-approved technologies, including ultrasonic cavitation and radio-frequency treatments, are intended to slow signs of aging, reduce stress, and promote weight loss when combined with a healthy diet. Best of all, all treatments are administered by trained professionals, who also take the time to educate the client on post-treatment practices that can help ensure they maintain results long term.
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    16825 48th Ave. W
    Lynnwood, WA US
  • Edmonds Massage Center
    The bodywork experts at Edmonds Massage Center pamper clients with a wide range of massage services that aim to soothe the senses and promote improved health. Some of their techniques include relaxation massage, deep-tissue massage, and pregnancy massage, each of which is custom tailored to individual needs. They also set injured backs on the path to wellness with treatments designed counteract auto accidents, carpal tunnel, and soccer foot. For folks looking to get pampered on the regular, Edmonds Massage Center offers a wellness plan that guarantees one, two, or three massages per month at a reduced rate.
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    6808 220th St SW
    Mountlake Terrace, WA US
  • Kingston Crossing Wellness Clinic
    Gig Harbor Chiropractic & Massage is helmed by husband-and-wife doctor duo Greg and Keri Messer, two graduates of Western States Chiropractic College who set out together to annihilate pain one spine at a time. One of the doctors or their skilled staff members will begin your exam with a conversation about your back bothers and health habits. Next, you'll receive a complete chiropractic examination that tests your reflexes, flexibility, posture, and more, followed by a computerized spinal assessment to discover if any disks are bulging, shoulders are slumping, or vertebrae have forgotten the state capitals. If a bit of extra dorsal detective work is required, you'll receive up to two x-rays before the doctor reports his or her findings and recommendations for any necessary treatment.
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    8202 Northeast State Highway 104
    Kingston, WA US
  • NW Integrative Wellness Inc
    The holistic modalities of chiropractic, acupuncture, and massage therapy come together at NW Integrative Wellness Inc, a clinic devoted to nonsurgical healing solutions. The chiropractor on staff, Dr. Se Jun Ji, is trained in a wide variety of spinal-care strategies, while acupuncturist Yo Jae Lee employs cupping and other ancient techniques in addition to his teeny needles. The team's experienced massage therapists knead muscles with methods imported from Thailand, Sweden, and Hawaii.
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    23830 Washington 99
    Edmonds, WA US
  • Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center
    In 1976, Margaret Dunlap, who had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, began working with riding instructor Debra Powell. Over time, Dunlap realized that horseback riding seemed to ameliorate the effects of the disease. She joined forces with Powell to form a therapeutic horseback-riding program in the community. Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center has come a long way since then, expanding from 5 to 250 riders, who participate in hippotherapy and adaptive-riding sessions each week. Working with horses helps riders with disabilities gain muscle strength, prevent bone weakness, and improve balance and hand-eye coordination. Riding also offers a fun outdoor activity and an opportunity to socialize with other participants. Set on 4.5 acres of rural land, the Little Bit facility houses 19 program horses in a 20-stall barn. Horse and rider meet once a week to navigate nearby trails, providing people with physical, cognitive, and emotional disabilities a chance to exercise and bond with the animals.
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    19802 NE 148th St
    Woodinville, WA US