Licensed massage therapist and Move2Wellness owner Rob Young envisioned his business as a place where clients could come to adjust “their own inner compass.” This compass comprises his company’s logo, which is fitting given that his relaxing massage work charts such a direct course for his customers to follow in order to feel renewed. Alongside Rob is a team of professionals equally well versed in the healing arts, including yoga instructors, reiki practitioners, a naturopathic physician, and a qi gong instructor.
Before he founded New Motive Hypnosis, certified personal trainer and nutritional consultant Patrick J. Murray was in search of new ways to help his clients achieve their goals. Soon, he discovered the powers of hypnosis, quickly earning the certifications to become a hypnotist and sports mental-performance coach through the American Board of Hypnotherapy. Through tailored meditation sessions, Patrick now bypasses the conscious mind and taps into long-held behavioral patterns and belief systems, which are stored in the subconscious mind in a box labeled ?Do Not Touch ? MGMT.? Through this process, Patrick helps his clients transcend instilled habits and reach their personal goals, whether they're to quit smoking, relieve stress, lose weight, or improve their sports performance
Bronx Community Wellness Center combines ancient Chinese medicinal practices with modern techniques. That’s perhaps best symbolized by electrical acupuncture, in which electrical signals are sent through needles to create tiny, circulation-stoking muscle twitches. Licensed acupuncturists also use traditional techniques, inserting small, sterile needles into precise points to help restore energy flow and attempt to treat issues such as allergies, indigestion, or anxiety. Licensed massage therapists use Swedish, shiatsu, Thai, and circulatory modalities to evict stress, aches, and long-buried memories of scary clowns from muscles and spines. The Center also offers herbal medicine and classes in subjects such as meditation and yoga.
Daniel Rose, who's worked as a hypnotherapist for more than three decades, views the brain as an iceberg; conscious thoughts are only the tip of it. In his hypnotherapy sessions, he tries to engage with the rest of the iceberg—the subconscious— and treat the source of issues ranging from smoking and compulsive eating to low self-esteem. He and his team induce a meditation-like state during their sessions, helping clients harness their subconscious to break bad habits, rather than allowing it to form new ones, such as licking every baseball card you come across.
The subconscious exerts a powerful influence on our daily actions, yet it sits outside outside our control. The expert hypnotists at Grace Smith Coaching step in where their clients can't, helping reform the unconscious mind to better reflect its owner's desires. After putting guests into a meditative-like mental state, hypnotherapists can implant positive suggestions, helping their charges make beneficial life changes. Grace Smith Coaching's therapists also help with regression analysis, helping clients search out the buried genesis of their unwanted behaviors to start changing them.
Lazur La Vie founder Cheryl Anne brings an impressive amount of beauty-industry experience to her med spa, including stints in professional image consulting, makeup artistry, and skincare distribution. The spa combines medical knowledge with luxury and tranquility, and Cheryl gives complimentary consultations to clients before any treatment, helping them to sift through the spa's lengthy list of skin and body treatments. Lasers can be found throughout the menu, turning back the signs of aging by targeting everything from yellowing smiles to gravity-stricken skin on a mission to touch the toes. To date, Lazur La Vie has performed more than 12,000 aesthetic laser procedures on men and women with a wide variety of skin tones.