Influenced by the ideologies of Dr. Ida Pauline Rolf, DanceCore doles out structural massages that prepare the body to perform, especially in athletic competition or in dance routines. The facility's therapists work closely with clients before, during, and after sessions, ensuring their treatment corresponds with unique needs and requirements. They also provide additional education in the form of at-home exercises and stretches to enhance the effectiveness of massage sessions.
Nailing a job interview, taking a spiritual retreat, and heading out for a night with friends—these disparate activities all work to boost one’s Oola. Fun to say and satisfying to achieve, you attain Oola when several core factors of your life are thriving. Oola might mean that you’re feeling good about your fitness level, finances, career, faith, or relationship with your family, friends, and ant-farm residents. The folks at Oola hope to boost Oola levels nationwide by helping their clients map out their life’s goals and how they will go about achieving them. The service also boosts Oola quotients by introducing their members to cool businesses and offering discounts on services including massages, fitness, and mani-pedis.
Elevation Massage's licensed therapist, Andrew Leo Hansen, believes in the body's ability to heal itself. He feels that massage therapy is one way to prod it to do so. Hansen has honed skills in trigger point to unknot muscle fibers, deep tissue to restore structural balance, and injury massage to help relieve damage to muscle tissues. He works in a room that's charcoal grey, like a rumpus room after a grill explosion. This space features East Asian accents, such as a live bamboo plant and tapestries of Asian characters hanging on the walls.