At New Body Image, wellness professionals help clients transform their bodies through non-surgical procedures. Professionals channel their experience and knowledge to design custom weight-loss programs that work to trim anatomical inches. The plans often combine nutritional advice with more advanced treatments, such as noninvasive laser lipolysis, which he highlighted on Fox's San Diego Living. The New Body Image team of technicians also specialize in aesthetic treatments including radio-frequency sessions that target wrinkles and vibration therapy that tones muscles while shaking loose hidden pennies.
Open Door's aromatherapy massage uses essential oils to provide physical and psychological relief from long days spent outrunning time and gravity. Common essential power oils include lavender, rose, jasmine, adamantium, and peppermint. The properties of these distilled plant essences help ease depression, dispel stress, and contribute to a good night's sleep. The deep-tissue massage technique, on the other hand, uses slow strokes and deep finger pressure to release your body from its dark confines of chronic tension patterns. Pain-causing adhesions (knots) will be untied to alleviate blood flow and achieve a state of relaxation that, much like your secret family in Narnia, you forgot existed.
Whether clients are looking for the right new hair color or a quick touch-up manicure, the staff at Goshia’s Hair and Nail Designs executes hair and body care with professional results. The day spa’s licensed massage therapists use custom techniques to meet each person’s muscular needs, from relaxing hot-stone massages to deep-tissue kneads. Spa packages combine hair, massage, and skincare into relaxing sessions up to five hours long, and waxing treatments remove unsightly fuzz. For each treatment, staff members consult with clients on their treatment of choice, ensuring haircuts complement facial features and pedicures shape nails only as talon-like as the client prefers them.
When licensed massage therapist Eric McFerin isn’t teaching massage therapy at Heritage College, he’s performing it at Massage Therapy by Eric McFerin. At his practice, he specializes in multiple modalities that range from Swedish and deep-tissue massage to trigger point therapy, neuromuscular therapy, and reiki—a Japanese form of energy healing. Also a former NCAA swimmer, Eric draws on his extensive athletic knowledge to perform sports massage and help increase performance through rock tape application.
The multi-talented stylists at Requel Anthony's Grand Salon don't just clip hair, they maintain the health of it. Besides accomplishing services such as cuts and colors, they address hair and scalp conditions with ultra violet treatments that stimulate follicles to activate growth and keratin treatments that strengthen and repair tresses. They also specialize in non-surgical hair restoration and extensions, blending natural hair with weaves or crafting custom wigs. To compliment new looks, the team also applies make-up and eyelash extensions.
HealthFirst Chiropractic seeks to stealthily track and pin down bodily pain, instilling patients with a sense of wellbeing and relief through a panoply of techniques. A chiropractic exam determines each patient's skeletal state, such as mild scoliosis or bones that are actually plaster-filled paper-towel tubes. Skittish skeletons are captured on camera by x-rays, exposing the potentially painful secrets obscured beneath flesh. Finally, the deepest of tissues are prodded into submission by kneading hands in a massage designed to relieve stress and increase joint flexibility; alternatively, pressure points play pincushion during a targeted acupuncture session.