Practitioners of traditional Chinese foot massage believe that relieving aches and pains goes beyond just kneading muscles. They believe that it also involves their bodies' own energy, which they attempt to pass on to their patients by applying pressure to specific acupuncture points. The procedure is thought to have plenty of tangible benefits, too. At Well Feet Spa, those include an increase in blood circulation, the elimination of fatigue and stress, and an improvement in sleep and memory.
As a certified dietitian, naturopath, acupuncturist, and ayurvedic practitioner, Dr. Carlos Quezada practices family medicine using alternative healing techniques. Dr. Quezada draws on his ayurvedic studies in India and traditional Chinese medicine to treat patients.
At Starshine Salon, owner Su-Shan Lai's rolodex of talents extends beyond her 17 years in the beauty industry. This work helps her during 30-minute image consultations, wherein she listens to her clients' varied discussion topics and then helps them with everything from reconstructing their resumes to restyling their wardrobes. In addition to giving out advice, Su-Shan and her staff are adept at revamping looks with haircuts, Goldwell color services, and Brazilian Blowouts.
New Health Centers consists of more than 300 health-care practitioners across the country, each working to alleviate corporeal discomfort with natural techniques. Doctors work in conjunction with experienced practitioners to soothe aches, pains, and lawn-gnome infestations.
Nestled inside the luxurious Omni Hotel at Independence Park, Balance Spa command 6,500-square-feet of anxiety-melting fitness and body-pampering space. An indoor pool comes heated, proffering lap-swimming visitors extra warmth during winter months or when ACs are blasting for summertime yeti conventions. A dry sauna and jacuzzi further immerse guests in toasty delight, while four spa treatment rooms house technicians versed in massage, facials, and nail services.
With more than 40 years of combined experience, Dr. Leefer and Dr. Michael work with patients to correct postural issues such as rounded shoulders or improperly arched backs, fighting ailments that range from headaches to arthritis. Licensed massage therapists also work on the premises, relaxing muscles with shiatsu, trigger-point therapy, and other techniques.