Reflexology in Moberly


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  • Sunny Daze Tanning and Salon
    Sunny Daze Tanning and Salon's lineup of spray-tan technology and UV-tanning equipment—including beds, standup booths, and leg tanners—keeps skin beaming with a summery, straight-off-the-beach appearance. With tanning packages available by the session, month, or year, the facility helps clients maintain bronzed tones no matter the season. To sustain the health of epidermal surfaces, customers can stop spoon-feeding pureed carrots to each pore and instead load up on an arsenal of brand-name lotions, tonics, and bronzers available for purchase. Tanning aside, the salon's aestheticians sap stress during manicures, facials, and a variety of massages, including soft-tissue treatments and magnet therapy.
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    900 Rain Forest Parkway Suit C
    Columbia, Missouri US
  • Salon 4 & Spa
    Salon 4 & Spa is so confident in their work, they guarantee it for five days after appointments. Working out of a newly opened space, the Salon 4 team consists of trained stylists, aestheticians, and nail experts. They also have massage therapists on staff that are proficient in six different types of treatment. For those with busy schedules, the staff makes itself available for both evening and weekend hours, when most other massage therapists are hibernating like bears and college students.
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    1110 East Broadway
    Columbia, MO US
  • Active Life Chiropractic
    Henley Chiropractic Center promotes whole-body health by treating symptoms with targeted therapies such as massage, detoxifying footbaths, and chiropractic adjustment, which work together to correct problems before bodies break down. Following an initial consultation, a chiropractor performs neurological, orthopedic, and postural examinations before applying specific force to disoriented vertebrae to adjust and correct their positions, thereby improving nerve function and reducing muscle spasms and discomfort. A 15-minute chair massage gently melts away knots in shoulders, necks, and backs; and a sea-salt-spiked footbath treats feet to an electromagnetic soaking that sucks out free radicals and unwanted toxins such as lead, mercury, and rusty Matchbox cars. The three treatments take a combined total of about an hour, leaving clients rejuvenated, realigned, and ready to perform the worm at wedding receptions.
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    2804 Forum Blvd
    Columbia, MO US
  • Meditation Station
    Meditation Station incites tranquility with an eclectic stock of yoga gear, incense, and Eastern-influenced home décor. Shoppers can foster flexibility on a 1/4-inch yoga mat ($20), or garnish napes with a locally crafted hemp necklace ($15). Infuse faces with soothing scents with an aromatherapy citrus green tea facial cleanser ($20), or perch upon a Carolina Morning meditation cushion ($35) as respite from particularly stressful games of Candy Land.
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    32 North 9th Street
    Columbia, MO US
  • Back Space Therapeutic Massage
    Stress relief can take many forms at Back Space Therapeutic Massage. The center's passionate, highly trained massage therapists do their best to tailor treatments to accommodate clients' individual needs. Long, gliding, Swedish techniques promote calm and relaxation. During deep-tissue sessions, the therapist applies focused pressure to especially tense knots, improving range of motion, alleviating chronic aches, and revealing each muscle's nougat center. In addition to hot-stone sessions, lymphatic-drainage massage, and other specialized modalities, the studio also offers reflexology and reiki energy work, which restore balance and holistic health throughout the entire body.
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    1905 Cherry Hill Drive
    Columbia, MO US
  • Royal Treatment
    Though Shadonica Williams has been immersed in the beauty industry as a cosmetologist and then a nail technician since 1998, it's only recently that she decided to follow her other passion: massage. At Royal Treatment, she specializes in kneading knots out of her clients' muscles and fascia with Swedish, deep-tissue, and myofascial-release techniques. She sometimes combines these modalities with techniques such as trigger-point therapy and stretching for integrative massage therapy. While she applies her slow, precision strokes, Williams also educates clients on their bodies' inner workings.
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    19 East Walnut Street
    Columbia, MO US
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