Gardy "The Body Mechanic" Poirier has been tuning up muscles with Western-style, orthopedic, and chair massages since he graduated from Augusta School of Massage in Georgia. He believes in the healing power of massage, including its ability to banish stress, improve sleep quality, and ease aches, and enjoys sharing his skills with his clients. He also addresses specific health concerns, such as carpal-tunnel syndrome, fibromyalgia, and butterflies in the stomach.
Car accidents, invasive surgery, athletic training, a viewing of Wagner's 17-hour Ring Cycle—all of these can cause lower-back pain. Riverside Ergogenics Medical Massage’s licensed therapist Leslie Saxton wrangles with these problematic muscular structures by using intensive clinical-massage techniques. Before she begins exercising her massage prowess, she consults with the client to pinpoint the root of insistent aches. Leslie also advises clients on how to avoid pain in the future, such as the polite way to decline a back-breaking bear hug.
Massage CSRA's expert therapist alleviates body soreness and muscle tension with therapeutic massages. Each 30-minute muscle-pampering ministration works to knead muscles into relaxing states of nirvana, relinquishing them from aches and pains caused by long runs, grueling games of tennis, or marathon renditions of the macarena. Treatments focus on the specific problems of each client, creating efficient sessions and giving customers a satisfaction that they wouldn't receive from a massage intended for someone else.
Bella Skin & Makeup Design Studio revitalizes acne-riddled and damaged skin with a range of phototherapy procedures and sends its clients home with a knowledge sackful of healthy skin habits. Owner and licensed aesthetician Christy Siverhus administers Bella Radiancy LHE facial treatment, which harnesses light and heat to firm, even, and smooth cantankerous complexions. The album of before and after photos shows wrinkles and ruddiness reduced, saggy sections shaped up, an overall rejuvenated appearance, and professional athletes petting dogs.