Inside the Open Marketplace mall, Aqua Massage and More tucks visitors into cushioned capsules for quick, soothing sessions at the hands of 36 automated jets. Percussive blasts of warm H2O buffet bodies from ankle to shoulder with gentle physical contact that goes beyond the reach of two hands or a misappropriated rolling pin. A protective impermeable liner separates patients from the watery jets so they won't have to worry about disrobing or getting wet.
A branch of Primary Health Care of Millington, the PHC Medical Spa adds an aesthetic outpost to the organization's body of services. Under the watchful eye of Dr. Regina Lindsey, who either performs or supervises all treatments, the med-spa staff helps to treat problematic skin conditions, slow or eliminate unwanted hair growth via laser, and lessen tension with relaxation and medical massage. Experienced tattoo artist Mamie Shannon fine-tunes faces with permanent makeup, and a range of laser treatments, peels, and cosmetic injections rejuvenate the skin and help lessen the tiny accordion pleats left by aging.
At Kirby Whitten Massage Group, heated massage tables diffuse warmth into muscles, assisting licensed massage therapists who knead away tension. The knowledgeable therapists practice multiple modalities such as Swedish, sports, deep tissue, pre-natal, TMJ, and hot stone, and can enhance relaxation with aromatherapy. As therapists unlace tightly bound muscle corsets, hypoallergenic lotions facilitate smooth movements and skin hydration. Aside from table massages, therapists provide brief chair massages.
The Den’s licensed massage therapists use their adroit digits to loosen muscles made rigid from stress, strain, or a century-long stint in a cryogenic freezer. Each one-hour Swedish massage is tailored to repair specific physical afflictions and induces a state of deep mental relaxation with deliberate synchronized strokes and occasional outbursts of "Bork." Lying supine amid comfortable accommodations, men, women, and snowmen let their accumulation of anxiety melt away until only serene carrot noses, charcoal smiles, and discomfort-free twig appendages are left behind. Massage's benefits on each patient's health include streamlined circulation, mass production of endorphins, and a more positive self-image.
Traci Workman is a licensed massage therapist with more than nine years of professional experience, and her relaxing treatments are especially beneficial to patients seeking therapeutic results through massage. Your customized one-hour Swedish treatment will feature the use of long, luxurious strokes of medium to light pressure that will lull you into a state of total relaxation, all while relieving stress, alleviating tension headaches, improving blood flow and joint flexibility, and erasing muscle tension and haunting memories of last-place drag-race finishes. Call ahead for an appointment.