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As you might expect, students at Barefoot Movement aren’t required to bring footwear when they take part in up to 40 weekly yoga classes. Yoga classes range from vigorous to restorative variations, and also include sessions for pre- or postnatal moms, barefoot bodywork sessions, and training for prospective yoga teachers.
455 17th St
Oakland,
CA
US
The experts at Sequoia Healing Clinic and Spa approach every treatment with the goal of promoting wellness?in both the short- and long-term sense of the word. The acupuncturists, for example, aim to treat immediate discomfort while simultaneously identifying its root cause cause and formulating a plan for sustained wellness. Other popular therapies at Sequoia include full-body massages, foot reflexology, and facial treatments that brighten and renew skin.
1728 Franklin Street
Oakland,
CA
US
The stylists at Moods & Attitudes Too don't cut corners when it comes to the products they use during the salon's services. In fact, they all use premium products to smooth and fortify tresses and virgin Indian hair when adding extensions. For their part, aestheticians remove unwanted hair with waxing services, and nail technicians spruce up digits with acrylic nails and shellac nails that, like terrible chocolate-chip cookies, derive from a chip-free formula. In addition, massage therapists de-stress clients with a wealth of modalities including Egyptian reflexology, African rainforest hot-stone massage, and organic aromatherapy.
420 15th St
Oakland,
CA
US
The Network Wellness Spa's experienced skincare specialists employ botanical extracts and natural products to refresh and exfoliate tired mugs. Aromatherapy scents such as jasmine, rose, and ylang-ylang swirl through the air during muscle-melting massages, facial steams, and pre-pedicure foot soaks, and aestheticians customize three kinds of facial to clean pores more effectively than a doll-size vacuum. The spa also caters to men with a shaving treatment complete with hot-towel service.
1904 Franklin St, Ste 409
Oakland,
CA
US
As an avid athlete, Megan Brooks looked forward to a lifetime of tight, sore muscles. Physical stiffness did not impede her agile mind, however, which targeted massage therapy to deepen her knowledge of the body and hurdle the side effects of exercise. She formalized her passion at the National Holistic Institute's College of Massage Therapy in San Francisco, and she graduated with a letter of excellence. Currently, she focuses on harmonizing body and spirit with her strong hands and the warm, soothing light emanating from her third eye, knowing firsthand that this balance?different for every client?is critical to general well-being and athletic performance. A specialization in integrative massage reflects this attitude, as the style allows her to respond to individual problems with any stroke from her repertoire, including Swedish, deep-tissue therapy, and rarer styles such as Hawaiian lomi lomi. As director of the manual therapy program at Inner-Action Sports Rehab in Oakland, she continuously expands her knowledge of how the human body works, fails, and can be righted without jamming limbs into a T-square. Practicing the 3,000-year-old art also sparked her interest in the ancient holistic health systems of ayurveda and Chinese medicine, the study of which she has penned into her continuing-education schedule.
1940 Webster St.
Oakland,
CA
US
Signature Service: Custom-tailored body therapy Established: 2014 Reservations/Appointments: Required Handicap Accessible: No Staff Size: 2 people Parking: Free street parking after 6pm Minimum Age Requirement: 18
329A 14th St.
Oakland,
CA
US