Dr. Yi Luo’s grandfather spent his 97 years of life helping those with medical needs. And for the past 15 years, Dr. Luo has continued his legacy by healing patients with alternative therapies, such as cupping, tui na massage, noninsertion acupuncture, and herbal medicine.
We help men, women, children and infants where traditional medicine has not helped completely. We will develop a program for you to address how to find relief from chronic pain, gastrointestinal and hormonal issues. If you need to find ways to find relief from stress and have a good night of sleep try holistic healing.
Energy Center Nutrition & Weight Loss's friendly band of registered dietitians craft personalized health regimens calibrated to help individuals reach pound-shedding goals. Each six-week weight-loss plan combines procedure with product to push lifestyle changers in the right direction. Grab a helping hand with weight-loss aids, including heaping caches of vitamins, a protein-enriched smoothie mix, and a pair of voice-activated double-dutch jump ropes, or consult a copy of Weight Loss Race, an interactive guide devised by Energy Center's wellness wizards. Programs stay on track thanks to six check-in appointments with an Energy Center dietitian.
For owner Erica Lynn, getting healthy wasn't a choice—it was a necessity. After falling deathly ill not once, but twice, she committed herself to changing her diet, getting off medications, and improving her spirit and body with yoga. This treatment succeeded where others had failed, leading her to share her passion for both yoga and alternative medicine with others. She offers Reiki sessions, chakra balancing, and, of course, her signature blend of Vinyasa yoga. She blends together elements of differing yoga styles with Pilates to create poses that are both soothing and flexibility-boosting.
Doctor Michael Rauch manipulates bodies with a combination of spinal adjustments and muscle-melting massage therapy to target the sources of physical pains and ailments. He also sets backs on the right path with the aid of therapeutic exercises such as partial sit-ups, leg lifts, and side lumbar bridges. When not treating his patients’ ailments, he participates in postural screenings for community-service programs and overworked anatomy-class skeletons.
Be At Ease Bodyworks might be described as an epicenter of pampering and wellness. Massage therapist Mark fights musculoskeletal stress and tension by practicing three main modalities: Swedish relaxation, deep tissue, and sports. Depending on the client's choice of technique, Mark might use some combination of lotions and oils, slow strokes, deep pressure, and methods designed to increase flexibility and circulation.