Doctor of Chiropractic Jackie Dokos and Life Coach Bethany Orrick combine their skills—which include hypnotherapy, reflexology, meditation, and life coaching—to help patients achieve total wellness. Each service aims to help individuals stop smoking, manage their stress, and lose weight so they can live their lives to the fullest. In fact, Bela Lane Wellness Center even offers a special gastric-bypass hypnotherapy treatment that taps into the subconscious, rather than using surgery, to direct clients in changing their eating habits.
After struggling with mild but chronic depression for most of her life, Kathleen Simonds spent 720 hours learning a way out. Armed with her 720-hour certification in hypnotherapy, she uses the holistic healing method to treat others' conditions, ranging from the aforementioned depression to relationship issues and smoking habits. Unlike hypnosis you might see used as a party trick, hypnotherapy relies on deeply relaxing the patient so that the therapist's positive suggestions can penetrate their subconscious.
As a former journalist and photographer, however, Simonds has deep reservoirs of creativity––too much to rely on a single approach. She also treats her clients with tarot-card coaching, a collaborative take on tarot-card reading that incorporates thoughtful dialogue. Alternatively, she can aid emotional release with aromatherapy.
Having treated more than 1,200 clients since 2011, Arizona Hypnotherapy Clinic opens doors to self-improvement. Two certified hypnotherapists help clients overcome phobias and addictions, such as smoking and anxiety. They do it through hypnotherapy and neuro-linguistics. Hypnotherapy eases clients into deeply relaxed states, allowing access to the subconscious. While the subconscious is open, they employ neuro-linguistics to determine the obstacles making personal transformation difficult. With those obstacles brought forth, they can then verbally walk clients through the process of overcoming them. It's a method approved by the American Medical Association and has been in use since 1958. Arizona Hypnotherapy Clinic also works with more than phobias and addictions. Therapists can also aid clients in managing pain, both physical and emotional.
The relaxation rooms situated in all three locations of Bella Skin Salon Boutique live up to their name. They melt away stress like butter in jet-engine exhaust with a steam room, a sauna, napping hammocks, and a mud bath. No time limit exists for the rooms, because the staff wants clients to feel at ease during their pampering services. The staff employs stone therapy, foot massages, reflexology, hypnotherapy, Swedish massages, and medical massages to address whatever issues each client faces.
Local art and regional flavors foster a sense of community at the two locations of Taps Signature Cuisine and Bar, prompting ABC 15 to describe the Litchfield Park restaurant as "a place where you can kick off your shoes, stay a while, and enjoy some local music." The chefs add distinctive southwestern flavors to dishes by occasionally incorporating anaheim chilies or chipotle-spiced condiments from the area's naturally occurring ketchup geysers. These piquant touches lend a welcome kick to certain recipes, whereas the rest of the upscale American menu—which includes grilled rib eyes, organic chicken breasts, and roasted fillets of salmon—embraces more classic flavors.
Dr. Matesa Pringle, medical director of Global Integrative Medicine, has studied at two medical universities, trained as an acupuncturist under a Chinese doctor, and earned her certification as a life coach. Her multifaceted resume reflects her practice’s wide array of services, which include both Western and holistic treatments focused on healing the mind and spirit as well as the body. She and her team can address ailments ranging from chronic fatigue to multiple sclerosis, drawing on techniques such as acupuncture, allergy testing, and conventional physicals rather than just prescribing chicken noodle soup.