Trained massage therapist Sharon Madison incorporates more than 20 years of experience—including time spent working for the University of Minnesota Athletic Division—into each treatment she performs at Heart and Soul Bodywork. Offering custom massage, energy-work, and spa-detox treatments, she is well versed in myofascial-release, trigger-point, and hot-stone therapies as well as acupressure and reflexology. Madison also brings bodies back into balance with the reinvigorating powers of reiki energy work, and sports massages reduce the pain and swelling athletes may experience after doing arm curls with the Stanley Cup.
Dr. Troy Robinson believes that chiropractic treatments can help everyone, regardless of age or health problems. His satisfied patients often start bringing their spouses and children to the clinic, giving families something valuable to share besides watching the neighbors play hot potato. His associates share his dedication to keeping their patients healthy too, with their own complementary services. Kinesiologist Natalie Becklund uses holistic medicine to help her patients find an internal balance and licensed acupuncturist Cassie Trenhaile helps bring her patients' energy flows back to normal. If that's not enough, the team's massage therapists knead away stress with a range of spa and therapeutic massage styles.
Today's deal can boost your healing factor into Wolverine territory without having to undergo outpatient adamantium injections. For $37, you can get a full exam, consultation, and adjustment from either Whole Family Chiropractic in St. Paul (a $135 value) or The Family Wellness Institute in Minneapolis (a $147 value).Skeletons: Chiropractors typically work their magic through skin and muscle, but direct access to the vertebrae will allow them to realign your boney corpus, whether you’re preparing for a night of singing Cab Calloway in a cartoon cemetery or recovering from the arduous cycle of perpetually dropping from the rafters on a system of pulleys and wires.
The licensed massage therapists at Ideal Massage extol massage as more than just a relaxing luxury. Although their massages can in fact induce sublime serenity, the team focuses more on the therapeutic aspect of massage. They gear their strokes to not only relieve headaches and muscle tension but to boost energy, improve sleep, and increase mental function.
Hilary Patzer, Jada Studios’ licensed acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist, establishes a healthy discourse between mind and body with preventive services that draw on her extensive knowledge of Eastern medicine. Hilary’s professional credentials include a certification from the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice, and she counts athletes from the Minnesota Twins and Vikings among her devoted client base despite her tendency to deflate their game balls during acupuncture treatments. Her full range of Eastern treatments includes food therapy, electrical stimulation, cupping, and tui na massage—all of which focus on stimulating energy flow and clearing out clogged meridians. Answers to frequently asked questions about Hilary’s techniques, as well as a host of client testimonials, can be viewed on Jada Studios’ website.
Our mission is to set a standard of objectivity in nutritional and structural health care. We strive to help people reach their optimum health and wellness state, so that they in turn, can reach their fullest potential in life. With Functional medicine, we strive to detect and address the underlying cause of symptoms.