Most Popular Service: Facial treatment
Brands Used: FitSlim Laser
Minimum Age Requirement: 18
Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Pro Tip: Call for free consultation
The technicians at FitSlim Therapy CA use every part of the electromagnetic spectrum at their disposal to help patients lose weight or tighten up skin. Following their customizable UltraSlim plans, they employ a series of red-light-therapy and modulated-frequency treatments. More specifically, they use infrared light to reach beneath the skin and target fat cells. This process can help reduce the size of those cells?presumably because they exhaust themselves dancing as if they were at a disco.
Experienced and certified massage therapist Agnes Lenzen taps into her extensive knowledge of holistic bodywork to customize massages based on clients? individual needs. The practitioner might harness the gentle, ache-alleviating strokes of Swedish massage or intensify the pressure during a deep-tissue kneading to tackle chronic pain and a bevy of other corporeal ailments. A frequent participant in outdoor exercise and meditation, Agnes can outline personalized nutrition, fitness, and mind-clearing regimens that further rid the body of stress, helping patrons to maintain a level of relaxation normally only achieved by Jimmy Buffet's cat.:m]]
Aesthetician Deanne Roy didn't begin her career in a skin and body spa but rather in the newborn and pediatric intensive-care unit. It was the years spent working with fragile children and their often-hysterical teddy bears that helped her develop the gentle touch and relaxed demeanor she brings to her aesthetic work today. Working under the supervision of plastic surgeon Dr. Randall Weil, she works to create the appearance of relaxed beauty in the hopes of improving her clients' self-confidence. To realize this goal, she recommends and administers treatments that include photofacials, long-term hair reduction, and cosmetic injectables.
Licensed massage therapist Marci Graham prides herself on giving clients exactly the kind of massage they need. Whether her mission is to assuage chronic pain or simply aid in relaxation, Graham begins each session the same way—with an in-depth consultation about her client’s health history, treatment goals, and ability to lick his or her elbows. Once she has determined which of her six modalities will work best, Graham can further customize the session with options such as hot stones or Thai bodywork. As if this weren’t enough, she augments each session with tips and techniques gleaned from the ongoing-education courses she frequently attends.
When not transforming the manes of her clients, Michelle Whiteside dispenses her hair knowledge as a teacher of color education for Schwarzkopf International. She also specializes in slathering Keratin Complex over locks for a smoother, straighter 'do, and works as a permanent makeup artist, tattooing eyeliner onto lids and shapely brows over existing eyebrows or anywhere else on the face a client wishes.
In 2003, Gary Wrona was injured in a severe motorcycle accident. Even after a year and a half of conventional medical treatment, he was unable to function normally without chronic pain and had only a limited range of motion. It was only after his doctors told him they had done all they could that he began to seek alternative healing, which helped him regain normal movement and a pain-free existence. Now a certified massage therapist and master of neuro-linguistic programming, he runs his practice with a holistic approach—one that doesn't simply focus on physical elements but, instead, analyzes the interactions of mind, body, and spirit like three philosophers in a cage match. Beneath the exposed wooden beams of a second-floor loft, he customizes massages with Swedish, deep-tissue, shiatsu, and cupping techniques, hoping to unlock the healing potential that he himself experienced.