lements Massage fends off unnecessary medical procedures with soothing techniques that trigger the body's natural healing abilities. Clients are paired with therapists who assess their specific aches and health conditions. They then use four levels of pressure and a blend of up to six modalities, such as deep-tissue, Swedish massage, and finger ballet, to create a customized massage. Their soothing kneads combat pain, loosen tight limbs, and disperse oxygen and nutrients throughout the body.
Intuitive. Magical. Amazing. These are a few of the words that clients have chosen to describe Maggie and associates' treatments, which emphasize slow, deep strokes and extra attention to the neck. Ploener, who has practiced massage therapy professionally since 1997, combines modalities such as craniosacral therapy, Swedish massage, and hot-stone massage to disperse stress and pain.
Tom Augustyniak knows more than a thing or two about how the body works. In 1985, he earned his masters in physical education in Wroclaw, Poland, and he has a 3rd degree black belt in Judo to his name. (Tangentially, Judo translates to English as the "gentle way" and is the art of using someone's strength of over-exertion against them.) This preponderance of understanding informs Tom's extensive repertoire of massage techniques, which he officially honed at the Helma Institute of Massage Therapy in 1999. Gliding Swedish strokes simply easy pain while bolstering circulation, and more intensive deep tissue techniques target buried muscle knots. Tom's advanced Lypossage sessions aim to trim down excess inches by shooing away cellulite and melting any accidentally swallowed ice cubes. For clients who have insane schedules or are incapable of using maps, Tom is available for home visits in Bergen County.
There's something magical about a comfy robe and a pair of slippers. Put them on, and you instantly enter a world free of stress and uncomfortable workplace necessities like socks. That plush uniform grants access to dry and wet saunas, a cold-plunge pool, and a blissful relaxation room. Turn another corner, and there's a fresh juice bar or even a full restaurant with expertly grilled filet mignon.
Marble walls, tiled floors, and some well-placed statues surround visitors as they enter BRC Day Spa & Sauna Resort. Beyond the aforementioned facilities, a trip down one of the resort's hallways might end in the heated waters of a junior olympic swimming pool or the healing atmosphere of a therapeutic salt room, available for an additional charge.
Some spa services require a bit of assistance. Therapists massage with hot stones and aromatherapy, while aestheticians soothe skin with a variety of facial treatments.
Here are some tips for visiting BRC Day Spa & Sauna Resort: fresh towels are available throughout the facility; bring along a bathing suit; children are welcome with close parental supervision.
Doctor of Chiropractic Chris Alepa and the team at Select Wellness use a variety of holistic approaches to combat pain and restore their patients to optimal health. Dr. Alepa makes use of innovative spinal care technology, such as the ProAdjuster, which analyzes vertebra motion and taps misaligned bits of spine back into place, and the DRX 9000 spinal decompression machine. Acupuncture treatments help clear up energy blockages throughout the body and massage therapy sessions ease muscle aches caused by tension, overuse, or freak penny-farthing accidents.
Despite her title, licensed acupuncturist, massage therapist, and reiki healer Shilamida isn’t actually a healer—She’s a helper. That’s because she believes “it’s your body, mind, and soul that does the work,” and as such, she guides clients on the path to healing themselves naturally. At Balanced Soul Bodyworkers, LLC Shilamida increases her clients’ natural energy flow with reiki sessions to alleviate pain and stress and create more youthful skin. She also provides massage services that work to stimulate the flow of oxygen, alleviate discomfort, and improve range of motion.