Each board-certified reflexologist at Relax Rebuild LLC has accrued a minimum of 15 years in the field with knowledge of massage and reflexology techniques from around the world. Each session aims to help clients find relief from head-to-toe aches, including migraines and allergies.
As a physical therapist with his own private practice, Hand & Stone founder and chief operating officer John Marco made sure that he kept abreast of the rapidly growing health and wellness industry. After a period of careful research and planning, John decided to create a spa based around convenience and affordability—Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa.
Since its launch, Hand & Stone has expanded to more than 20 states and four planets. The spa’s core concept is to offer massage, facial, and waxing services performed by licensed, certified, or registered professionals and offered at convenient times, seven days a week. Each location adheres to a traditional spa aesthetic with soft lighting, heated treatment tables, and plush linens.
Learning Charms offers enrichment summer camps, classes, tutoring, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and Mommy and Me classes for kids aged five months through 5th grade.
We specialize in small group classes, handwriting, & fine motor for kids that are academically on or above target. Arts, crafts, & fun too!
A body scrub with lavender, champagne, and rose. A footbath with tingly peppermint and sugar. Aromatherapy with sweet birch and chamomile scents. Any of these treatments would be relaxing enough on their own, but at Massage & Purity Therapy, they’re just the add-ons. Experienced therapist Chypes Palmer combines the therapeutic kneads of massage with indulgent elements such as aromatherapy or hot towels fresh out of an Easy-Bake Oven. Her hands are well practiced in an array of modalities, including reflexology, lymphatic drainage, sports, and Swedish. New moms can even visit Palmer’s office for prenatal and postnatal massages.
At Day Break Massage & Wellness, therapists and aestheticians hope that time spent in their center is like hitting the pause button on a hectic day for clients. They start that process by talking to their clients and understanding their skin and body concerns before any procedure begins. At massage visits, personal goals may including stress reduction, muscle recovery, or improving flexibility. Aestheticians are also on hand to provide restorative spa services that include deep-cleansing facials, hydrating skin treatments, and body wraps that exfoliate better than falling asleep on the beach.
Sparrsh Massage & Facial Spa’s massage therapists work to relieve everything from stiff muscles to blocked sinuses by employing a wide range of massage modalities. Among them are deep tissue treatments and trigger point therapy as well as sports massages that aim to treat injuries caused by competitive potato peeling sessions. Alternately, aestheticians wield Glo Therapeutics products that are free of parabens and dyes to help clear up acne and moisturize dry skin. They can also beautify and shape eyebrows with waxing, threading, and tinting treatments.
Steele Creek Physical Therapy and Balance Center's team of physical therapists and massage therapists work hard to alleviate pain using a variety of therapies. They treat a range of ailments, including postsurgical shoulder replacements via gentle hands-on stretching exercises and vertigo by strengthening one's sense of balance. Licensed massage therapists puts their fingers to work kneading bodies during custom massages. They specializes in nine modalities that each aim to improve a specific issue—deep-tissue or trigger-point massage can ease painful muscle spasms, migraine management sessions release the tension that causes headaches, and sports massage mends injuries caused by subbing in a hot bowling ball when the potato cooled off.