Since the beginning of time, massage's many benefits have been no secret. Phil at New Beginnings Massage aspires to blend ancient and contemporary techniques to tend to each client's unique needs—whether he is relieving clients' stress or aches caused by fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis, or thinking about math. Phil's methods—from deep-tissue massage's targeted tissue manipulation to trigger-point therapy's unlacing of knotty nerve centers—are as varied as the illnesses he treats.
Susan Rose Kesti doesn't simply use massage to soothe aches or help clients relax. Instead, she views each treatment as an opportunity to promote natural, holistic healing for the mind, body, and spirit. During her career, she's had the opportunity to collaborate with physicians and chiropractors, and now she welcomes clients to her practice at Bella Bodywork, offering massages that help alleviate pent-up tension while gentle music plays in the background.
Swedish techniques increase circulation and soothe aches near the surface, and deep-tissue pressure focuses on the knots caused by injury or chronic stress. Additionally, Susan can accentuate the therapeutic benefits of these massages by offering add-on treatments such as organic sugar and sea salt body scrubs or by incorporating aromatherapy oils in scents like tea tree and mint or lavender and cedar.
The Dream Body's wraps envelop clients in a warm embrace of Dead Sea salt, algae, jojoba oil, and minerals from the Mojave Desert. The wraps help clients lose inches, shrinking fat cells and eliminating toxins in the body. They also come in scents such as lavender, rose, or coconut.