Licensed therapist Joseph Sablevicius blends his expertise in sports massage with an array of modalities to customize every session around clients' individual desires. He thoughtfully tailors his massages with Swedish and deep-tissue techniques, working to assuage embedded stress and aches, boost general health, and fortify athletic abilities. Vibrant orange and exposed-brick walls enclose the studio's treatment room, where Joseph kneads away pain when he's not toting his mobile studio to homes, offices, or permanently parked spaceships.
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Simi Krems has studied the art of massage extensively, first in her home country of Israel, then here in the US. Now a licensed massage therapist, she operates her own practice, RoseBay Massage, where she whisks away muscular tension with five types of treatments. Her deep-tissue treatments target the sources of chronic pain or lingering injuries, and integrative-bodywork sessions draw on reflexology and therapeutic stretching. The overall benefits of massage often include decreased anxiety, improved circulation, and more restful sleep during meetings at work.
Center founder Victoriya Arakelyan and her small staff of aestheticians, laser technicians, and yoga instructors dedicate themselves to bolstering clients' confidence with treatments to rejuvenate bodies inside and out. As the center's medical director, Dr. Joseph Russo uses his expert eye and years of experience to oversee technologically enhanced aesthetic services that range from advanced laser treatments that remove hair or stretch marks to Ulthera-brand noninvasive sound wave anti-aging treatments and Botox injections. Traditional spa services such as facials and more than five massage modalities can be tailored to meet clients' specific needs, including tight muscles or acne. To further bolster a relaxing experience, vibrant yellow walls line Brookline's spacious office, complemented by burnished hardwood floors that lead to private treatment rooms outfitted with advanced aesthetic equipment.
Veteran massage and light-touch therapist Sonja Sweeney waves away stress and strain during holistic healing sessions. In cranioSacral therapy, Sweeney brings extremely gentle pressure to bear on skulls, softly releasing blood-flow restrictions to help get rid of migraines, fatigue, and catchy jingles for 1930s cat food. Sweeney's training at the Upledger Institute—the world's leading authority on light-touch therapy—coupled with a year spent living at the seminal yoga center Kripalu grant impeccable bona fides to her nimble, pressure-relieving fingers.
Skin Serenity Medispa keeps customers glowing from head to toe with a wide range of non-invasive medical treatments and spa services. The staff, comprised of doctors and licensed aestheticians, performs skin rejuvenating procedures including laser treatments, microdermabrasion, and clinical peels such as glycolic peels, which use sugarcane extractions to remove dead cells. For a more pampering experience, guests can indulge in a facial or a hot stone massage, or enlist the spa’s permanent makeup artist to turn freckles into a constellation chart. To augment the relaxation, the facility’s individually decorated treatment rooms feature crown molding, wood floors, and charming Victorian-themed wall art.