Rose Garden Massage?s cadre of massage therapists targets pain caused by injury, stress, and lymphedema. Massage sessions calibrate each stroke to the client's needs, pulling together modalities such as Swedish, deep-tissue, lymphatic drainage, and sports massage. Guided meditations attempt to detect emotional sources of pain or retrieve forgotten locker combinations, and workshops provide a space to share knowledge about topics such as couples massage and women?s empowerment. A lounge offers space to linger posttreatment or have a breakup talk with the knots in tight muscles before appointments.
Choose between one of three relaxing massage techniques including the deep tissue, Swedish, or signature. The deep tissue is a pressurized, full-body technique that seeks the deepest knots and unties them with the proficiency of a Boy Scout with adult hands. Go with the Swedish if you prefer traditional, long strokes tied to a gentle muscular overhaul. The signature treatment includes a total body pampering with extra attention given to comforting the hands and feet using heated spa treatments.
Sunlight streams through stained-glass totems inside the spacious studio at Eyes of the World Yoga. In terms of class offerings, students can exhale the exertions of the day away with slow stretching sequences and rhythmic breathing implemented during mellow yoga. Likewise, semi-limber limbs can flow through the basics of posture and alignment during a fundamentals class, which, like a cannon strapped to a rocking horse, is aimed at all levels.
Its name suggests an oasis for one, but that doesn't mean couples can't enjoy Solo Spa Studio as well. Staff members administer services that can be enjoyed by everyone from tired moms to Mother Nature and her favorite taxi driver. These services include a nonsurgical skin lift, a cellulite-reducing wrap, a hot-stone massage, and a Brazilian wax. Multiple treatments tailored for men's skin are also available, as are various detox programs and vitamin supplements.
Long before Jasmin Calderon became a licensed and certified massage therapist, she was alleviating peoples? pain with massages as a young girl. That lifelong passion sees her through sessions with therapeutic massages that can help lower blood pressure, right wronged backs, and calm tense muscles. She trained in numerous modalities at the National Holistic Institute, including myofascial and shiatsu, which allows her to help a wide range of clients, whether they're suffering from the aches of pregnancy or the pains of everyday life.
Doctor of Chiropractic Scott Svendsen has a fondness for the natural world that began with his childhood in Alaska and became a career when he started pursuing naturopathy and chiropractics. Today he uses holistic methods such as spinal adjustments, massage, and physical therapy?not pharmaceuticals or IV drips of Twinkie filling?to help his patients find relief from pain and disease. With more than two decades on the job, he?s amassed a wealth of experience that he uses to treat his patents? wide variety of ailments.