Quantum Body Care maintains the body's natural processes to achieve long-term health and wellness. It relieves tension through regular therapeutic massage and myofascial release. The team prides itself on taking the full amount of time allotted?60, 90, or 120 minutes?for the actual massage therapy to ply muscles with soothing strokes along with hot rocks, aromatherapy, or polar heat deep therapy.
In addition to Swedish, deep-tissue, and Thai modalities, Quantum's massage therapists are also certified by Beaumont Hospital to perform oncology-therapy massages for people with or recovering from cancer. Therapists can also ease tension from moms-to-be with prenatal massages, and they also teach infant-massage classes. Clients can conclude their sessions with hot-towel therapy and a sugar foot scrub to clear their minds and relax nervous feet before pedicures.
Peaceful Escape lives up to its name, thanks to its selection of soothing massage modalities. Employing everything from hot-stone and lymphatic massages to reflexology treatments, the therapists can cater to clients' specific needs. Ear-candling treatments help remove wax and water, alleviating sinus issues that could be affecting daily functions or moods. What's more, clients can drift away to the pleasant sounds of the ocean as the candles get to work. A sugar exfoliation?available as either an add-on or standalone service?pampers tired, dry feet with warm towels and a massage.
Each of Tangerine Salons' four locations operate under a charitable ethos and the nature-based tenants of Aveda. Aveda's environmentally conscious, naturally derived products infuse all of Tangerine's salon services. Seven tiers of hairstylists—ranging from Protégé I to Master III—handle the hairstyling duties by snipping, highlighting, and conditioning locks. At the Coppell and Cedar Hill locations, the staff dedicates space to an array of spa services, including massages, facial treatments, mani-pedis, and back facials that help eliminate crow's feet on people with eyes in the back of their heads.
After 13 years of working in the health-care industry, licensed massage therapist Jean E. Besse realized that although she had a successful career, she had very little time to care for herself. Over the years, she had put on more than 30 pounds of excess weight thanks to a steady diet of fast food and soda. Then a fellow massage therapist pointed her to AdvoCare's line of energy drinks and bars. Besse lost 40 pounds.
She now shares her favorite products with others and drop-kicks every can of soda she sees. In addition to helping people lose weight, she helps ease their aches and pains through massage therapy at Relax Your Body -Shop.
Throughout the week, the body is pummeled by stress at the hands of work, family, and the hype man that follows you everywhere. Thank goodness for Massage City. This relaxation oasis offers massages in a variety of modalities, all customized to the needs of the individual. Clients can opt for Swedish strokes, which promote circulation; soothing deep-tissue techniques; or the foam-finger kneading of a sports massage. Aestheticians are also on hand for skincare needs, such as facials and microdermabrasion treatments.
At A Summer Day Spa, Summer Hanna leads a team of licensed spa professionals that helps guide patients toward wellness with such services as massage, skin treatments, and nutrition products. Summer crafts massages to address the specific needs of each client, combining modalities such as therapeutic massage, which targets chronic pain from athletics or overuse, and lomilomi, an ancient Hawaiian massage technique that relaxes tendons tense from stress or exhausting hula tournaments. She also cares for other parts of the body through stimulating sea-salt scrubs and body wraps, and assists in creating a balanced diet by providing health, wellness, and nutrition products. :m]]