Jeff Caldwell strives to promote holistic health and well-being in clients by employing treatment modalities intended to restore balance throughout the mind, body, and spirit. Polarity therapy is one approach, incorporating elements of Eastern and Western modalities such as ayurvedic medicine, reflexology, deep-tissue work, joint articulation, and stretching to support a person's natural healing processes. Jeff's attempts to alleviate chronic pain and discomfort aren't limited to polarity therapy, though. He can also use reiki, acupressure, and craniosacral therapy depending on the client's particular needs.
Handicap Accessible: Currently not
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Our "Therapeutic Thinking"
Brands Used: Olbas oil, Just b essential oils, Muscle Balm
At Breathe, owner Wendy Faber says one of her goals at the massage studio is to help her clients improve their lives and rediscover the energy and creativity they enjoyed in their childhood, which she she does by offering a variety of bodywork treatments, fitness programs?such as yoga, thai kickboxing, and self-defense?and social events that combine food, music, and dance. She and her staff also offer 15 types of massage. It might be challenging for clients to pick their favorite from such a selection, but Wendy says the service she most enjoys performing is the Hawaiian lomlomi massage. "...this massage takes your state of relaxation to a whole other level," she says. While the massage is not administered by her, she adds: "I, myself, feel amazingly open, calm and so much more centered after I give a lomilomi."
The instructors and therapists at Synergy Sports Massage introduce clients to new realms of health and wellness with innovative treatments and fitness classes. Groups convene to tone muscles in belly dance and AntiGravity yoga classes, which incorporate silk hammocks to suspend bodies in restorative poses. Specialists loosen tissues with customized massages and quickly lower skin temperature during cryotherapy sessions, which may help relieve pain and inflammation.
Massage might be the only form of treatment offered at New Happy Day Spa, but that's not to say that the studio's clients don't have options. Traditionalists can stick to Swedish massage, made more fluid by the use of oils. Deep-tissue massage often gets a helping hand from warmed basalt stones, which loosen areas of tension and calm the nervous system. The spa's resident massage therapists have another mode of targeting aches: the Chinese art of reflexology, which uses a pressure-point map of the feet in an attempt to stimulate healing throughout the body and banish phantom socks.
The expert staff at Sacred Hour doesn’t view spa services as treatments, but as rituals. As such, staffers take each facial, massage, and waxing service seriously, applying products imported from Italy amid the flickering glow of candles and the tranquil drips of tabletop fountains.
All members of the business crew support a local charity and pledge to give away 1% of their gross earnings. Sacred Hour also matches every dollar raised with bills that are exfoliated and massaged until wrinkle-free.
EMH Healthcare’s team of therapists and medical professionals began treating patients in 1904; in the ensuing century, their system of compassionate care steadily expanded to serve the greater Cleveland area. Today, that system includes Exhale, a day spa that sets its advanced medical treatments within a calm and relaxing atmosphere. Though its plush massage beds and warm, earth-toned decor seem far removed from a medical clinic, Exhale doesn’t forsake the medical credibility that has become synonymous with EMH Healthcare. State-licensed and board-certified therapists administer all spa services, which include pedicures, facials, and cosmetology treatments to cover up blemishes and exposed circuit wires.