This is a full service medical spa specializing in laser treatments, botox, facials, massage treatments, nails, steam conapy and body treatments, detoxing, acupuncture, skin care, permanent make-up, glo mineral make-up applications. We have a relaxing atmosphere and are reasonably priced.
Partake in the radiant, revitalizing services offered on Urban Trends' service menu. If you have an unwanted color of hair on your head, Urban Trends will dye it ($55+ for single-process color at the Milwaukee location, $39+ at the Sturtevant location) or cut it off altogether ($40+ for a cut and style in Milwaukee, $26+ in Sturtevant). Waxing services are available for bodybits ranging from lips ($13) to eyebrows ($17 Milwaukee, $16 Sturtevant) to bikini lines ($33+). Get nails narrowed down with a manicure ($20+ Milwaukee, $18+ Sturtevant) or a pedicure ($50+ Milwaukee, $38+ Sturtevant), or give your Halloween-mask-filler a makeover with the express mini-facial ($45+ Milwaukee, $40+ Sturtevant).
Sports & Family specializes in the diagnosis, treatment & prevention of a wide array of health conditions. We take pride in our individualistic approach when treating each & every patient. Our goal is to effectively and efficiently return our patients to optimal health in a manner that is both timely & principled.
Jazmine C. Fox-Stern's academic pursuits included neurology, physiology, anatomy, and philosophy. And though she earned her psychology degree in 2002, it was in structural integration that she found a conduit in which she could combine those fields—along with her passion for healing—into a single dynamic practice that fosters physical and emotional wellness. So Jazmine moved to Boulder, CO, became certified in structural integration, and opened Boston Body Balance.
The treatment views the body in terms of relationships—up and down, in and out, front and back—and aims to balance the body through slow, deep pressure and guided movements, like a circus clown balances his checkbook. The goal is "functional mobility." This means that Jazmine helps her clients not just align their bodies, but develop new habits and patterns of movement. So in addition to relieving pain, structural integration can improve coordination and flexibilty. And because it frees restrictions in the fascial network, it can lead to feelings of liberation from the body's old habits, giving clients a renewed sense of balance and an emotional boost.
Half personal-training gym and half massage studio, Springbrook Wellness was founded on the belief that total wellness comes from equal parts pampering and perspiration. Owner Kristin Waligora often recommends that massage therapy and training sessions occur back to back to make the most of the increased range of motion and healing processes begun by a therapeutic or hot-stone treatment. Waligora customizes programs to meet each client's needs and goals, whether they're after sports training to improve their game or seeking to define their abs until they're usable as a musical instrument. The intimate workout facility overflows with training implements of every variety, including weight and resistance machines, medicine balls, hula hoops, barbells, dumbbells, and replica Liberty bells for those seeking to strengthen their understanding of democracy. The massage room's zen-like fountains whisper with the soothing trickle of water over stone, a sensory delight accompanied by the wafting scent of incense and a plush table that supports resting bodies.
Nationally licensed massage therapist Jim De Fazio and his team help relieve pain and stress with holistic massage treatments. Massage boasts a bevy of benefits such as alleviating migraines, increasing circulation, and improving the range of motion necessary to defeat contortionists in Twister. Multiple modalities, which include deep tissue, acupressure, and myofascial release, allow each guest to seek out tailored massages that address their individual discomforts and specific muscle cramps. All knead-a-thons focus on holistic solutions to painful problems, unlike doctors that stomp on their patients' toes to distract them from other injuries.