Swedish Massage in Ozark

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Serenity Day Spa’s licensed beautifiers bolster bodies with myriad services to relax and keep youth from deserting to the next generation. Attentive technicians shear superfluous curves from clients' favorite appendages and treacherous Hot Wheels courses with the body-sculpting and smoothing treatment. During each two-hour session, waves of radio frequency bathe skeleton sheaths, joining forces with an epidermis-coddling cooling system to help expedite collagen production, thwart fat and cellulite toxicity, and tauten sagging tissue.

505 E South St
Ozark,
MO
US

To create a tranquil, relaxing experience, The Spa of Cool Springs incorporates elements of nature into both its treatments and its decor. Guests walking into the reception area are greeted by comfortable brown leather armchairs and a substantial marble-and-stone desk. In the treatment rooms, deep-green walls and botanically inspired prints bring the outdoors in. Therapists perform a variety of massage modalities within their dimly lit hallows, using earthy tools such as warm river rocks and brown-sugar scrubs. During skincare treatments, the fragrant and sustainably farmed ingredients in Éminence Organic Skin Care products soothe weary skin. Aestheticians promote a balanced complexion with probiotics and tea-tree oil, or employ a citrusy, herbal formula to target men's ingrown hairs or stubborn Muscle Milk mustaches.

588 E State Highway Cc
Nixa,
MO
US

Licensed massage therapist Alaina McCauley combines a scientific approach to muscular pain relief with a holistic view of relaxation and stress relief to bring solace to sore sinews and load-bearing body beams. During your 60-minute or 90-minute Swedish relaxation massage, the practitioner fine-tunes your flesh fiddle by employing long, rhythmic strokes and applying light to moderate pressure on achy tendons until they melt into mesmeric muscular sonatas. As tense tissue loosens, stress is rooted out from corporeal crannies and then gently shooed away before it has a chance to reenter the body or sell it insurance. Check out all of massage's many health benefits before scheduling an appointment at Ozarks Neuromuscular's tenderizing confines.

107 Aldersgate Drive
Nixa,
MO
US

A licensed aesthetician, licensed massage therapist, energy therapist, and holistic health coach aim to balance their clients’ inner and outer energies at Synergy Wellness Spa and Salon. Massages knead away stress and facials scrub free dull skin, excess oil, and grime. Coaching services help clients move toward healthier living through guided grocery shopping tours, impromptu food fights in the produce section, and personal chef services.

1722 S Glenstone Ave
Springfield,
MO
US

P.E.A.C.E. (Providing Everyone Alternative Care Exclusively) thru Massage offers clients a unique experience where the therapeutic massage can be customized according to specific concerns.

435 East Walnut Street
Springfield,
MO
US

Everyone knows pain, but few understand it like Megan Crookshanks. A severe car accident caused fractures in her wrist and spine and led to three years of physical therapy in order to effectively restore function and motion. Massage and structural treatments were key in her lengthy recovery process. Afterwards, she was inspired to forward her healing experience to others in need, whether they're seeking relief from day-to-day stress or a debilitating injury.

In addition to training at the Professional Massage Training Center, Megan is also a licensed therapist and a member of the Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals. During her sessions?which take place within Essential Yoga?Megan massages feet with acupressure techniques, dissembles tension with Swedish massage and myofascial release, and leads clients in soothing breathing patterns. When she isn't kneading sinews or dissolving gummy worms in 2-liter bottles of Fresca, Megan also practices Reiki, a technique that bolsters healing and optimizes the body's energy pathways.

1343 E Montclair St
Springfield,
MO
US