The licensed massage therapists at Massage Advantage dote on visitors with a slew of custom massage techniques, including Swedish, prenatal, and deep tissue. Armed with warm blankets and a credo to respect patients' privacy, therapists begin each 30- or 60-minute session with a discussion on clients' specific aches and ailments. Therapists can also haul their equipment to office buildings for workplace chair massages that help reinvigorate fatigued employees or stressed-out water coolers during 5–15 minute stints. Each succession of kneads is designed to alleviate stress, muscles soreness, and various medical conditions, such as high blood pressure.
DaySpring Massage of Bloomington's licensed therapists facilitate relaxation with 10 specialty techniques. Mend a mangled musculature by choosing a 30-minute session of any modality: the Swedish and pain-relief massages can target day-to-day aches, and deep-tissue movements knead away at low-lying layers of tendons and tissue to evict tension and stubborn former selves. DaySpring Massage's skilled healers can also smoothen skin suits with specialized treatment methods, such as relaxation, shiatsu, trigger-point, sports, pregnancy, myofascial-release, and injury-management modalities. Massage therapy can help mitigate myriad physical afflictions, such as lower- and upper-back pain, sports injuries, debate-club headaches, and carpal tunnel syndrome.
Oxynate is a recreational oxygen bar with a "spa" type experience. A $20.00 Oxynate session will leave you feeling refreshed, relaxed, revived and rejuvenated. Perfect for a break from the hectic mall traffic, to regain energy, or an excellent way to remove a headache as well as a thoughful gift for someone special.
Signature Service: Recreational Oxygen and Aromatherapy Bar
Brands Used: Stacker Vitamin Drinks, Powerade, Dasani Water
Reservations/Appointments: Not offered
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: Let yourself relax and breathe. You will feel your stress and the winter blues slip away.
Oxynate Oxygen Bar's owner Julie Sabby describes her business as a recreational oxygen and aromatherapy bar?she also sometimes calls the signature oxygen service a 20-minute vacation. Julie invites guests to sit back in a shiatsu massage chair, while inhaling energizing oxygen and tantalizing aromas. She says customers enjoy the experience so much, they sometimes tell her they'd like to stay forever. Such reactions don't surprise Julie, given the benefits she attributes to her services. "Oxygen is good for alleviating headaches, hangovers, stress, mental fatigue, and body aches," she says, not even acknowledging the fact that it helped her say that sentence.
Notes of relaxing music float through the air within the warm and welcoming private rooms of Massage Retreat & Spa, mingling sometimes with the rhythmic tapping of fingers across sore muscles or the silence of relaxation. While the spa?s massage therapists melt away aches and pains with smooth Swedish strokes or warm stones, their aesthetician counterparts indulge complexions with cleansing facials, waxing sessions, and treatments for eyebrows and eyelashes.
Though their menu of services can seem overwhelming at first, the spa?s staff takes the time to tailor each treatment to clients? individual needs; a health questionnaire and customer profile?required of first-time visitors?assists their efforts to pinpoint your unique ailments and concerns. Their Healthy Savings Plan similarly typifies their dedication to clients.
The therapists at Bhakti Wellness Center have no shortage of healing tools. Sometimes they treat chronic pain and injuries with conventional methods, such as deep-tissue and medical massage. Other times, they turn to such alternative practices as reiki therapy, a "laying on hands" method that they believe promotes bodily healing by manipulating the body's natural energies. The center's therapists are so convinced of the connection between physical health and mental well-being that they even hold classes in meditation and emotional intelligence, wherein students learn to the manage the stress that comes from not understanding your chakra or from having library books that are 35 years overdue.