At o2 Juice Bar and Spa, the staff tackles wellness both inside and out. They blend organic beverages at their on-site juice bar and recommend supplements from their stock of for-sale vitamins. They also set clients up at the oxygen bar, where crisp, fresh oxygen refreshes the system. As for the body’s exterior, the staff performs a slew of spa treatments that often incorporate natural or organic elements.
As an athlete himself, Doctor of Chiropractic Scott Mitchell fully understands how physical pain can hamper people from doing the things they love. That's why he has worked with Ironman triathletes and professional soccer players to get them back into competitive form. At Mitchell Chiropractic, he and his staff combat problems caused by athletic activities and everyday movement—including lower-back pain, hip pain, headaches, and sciatica—to return clients to pain-free lives.
At Salon Milano and Spa, plant-based Aveda products lend customized aromatherapy and natural nutrients to salon and spa services. The products' holistic focus matches the manner in which the staff conducts spa services: in addition to explaining the purpose of each step in the facial or massage, therapists also guide clients through stress-relieving visualization exercises to calm the mind. All treatments are customized, from the aromatherapy of a massage to the angle of the cut performed by senior or new-talent stylists in the salon. Tuscan Sanctuary is open late on weekdays to accommodate busy schedules and UV rays that, like Napoleon and his chef after saying they preferred English bread to baguettes, are exiled.
Shonnie Carson has worn many health-centric hats throughout her career. She has worked as a yoga instructor and a massage therapist, and practiced as a registered nurse for more than 30 years. Today, having added 33 years as a practicing certified advanced Rolfer to her resumé, she draws from her extensive background in traditional and nontraditional health education while performing Rolfing sessions at MyBodyWorks, Inc. Carson's experience enables her to accomplish effective changes in the body structure without discomfort and without the use of external tools. She works her hands, fingers, and elbows to loosen connective tissue and ease chronic discomfort. Results differ for each person, but many report benefits including improved posture and flexibility and less tension, pain, and discomfort.
At Granger Naturopathic Clinic, Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine Cheryl Granger takes a holistic approach to her patients’ well-being. Dr. Granger's services include allergy testing, colon hydrotherapy, and natural hormone-replacement therapy, which she uses in combination to treat a wide range of ailments, including digestive problems, immune disorders, and high cholesterol.