Bending and shaping the human body with a combination of techniques, such as myofascial release, deep-tissue massage, sports massage, and classic relaxation-massage therapy, Lori Maloney at Knead for Health eases tension out of weary flexors. Each muscle manipulation is fully customized, addressing specific aches and heightening the relaxation of the entire body.
After graduating from Life University in 1999, Doctor of Chiropractic Brent Berlener began studying advanced chiropractic techniques, such as the Pettibon system. The system uses whole-body vibration and spinal decompression to help the spine look and function like the scary skeleton it is. Nowadays, Dr. Berlener pairs the technique with traditional services, such as adjustments and massage therapy, at Discover Wellness & Rehabilitation.
N2 Serenity's massage therapists knead and apply pressure using massage techniques ranging from myofascial work to injury recovery. They tailor each session to the client's needs, whether they're soothing a back injured while attempting to move a uranium collection into new lead boxes or kneading the bodies of arthritic clients to ease their pain. In addition to massage, staff draw on healing techniques such as reiki and reflexology.
Erin Angerer loves helping people escape from the stress of their daily lives. In fact, it’s become so important to her that she devotes her time and business to helping her clients achieve that end. A certified eyelash-extension technician, she works to beautify her clients with each application. Her NovaLash eyelash extensions beautify eyes for up to eight weeks.
The Studio's team of dedicated Pilates and yoga instructors promote health and wellness by guiding students through 25 dynamic exercise classes per week. The studio’s robust schedule boasts lessons in four varieties, accommodating a range of skill levels from experienced to novice. In introductory mat classes, budding fitness buffs learn the 10 basic Pilates principles designed to build a strong foundation for future workouts. All of the beginner-friendly classes emphasize proper alignment and mindful breathing techniques during a series of standing postures and hip and shoulder openers, leaving challenging inversions, arm balances, and sun salutations to the sticky mat ninjas populating intermediate sweat sessions. Students can try equipment-based Pilates classes and utilize a system of ropes and pulleys to add more resistance to core-strengthening moves and help increase limbs' range of motion. They can also head to morning Pilates mat classes for an early-light fitness buzz, where they work toward building long, lean muscles capable of reciprocating bear hugs from an actual bear.
Scott Causey’s portfolio is bulging at the seams. He is a licensed medical massage practitioner, a reiki master, and a certified holistic health-care practitioner, and has received advanced training in Thailand and Japan. He is also a former US Navy corpsman, combat medic, and paramedic for a fire department. These days, he can be found at Health at Hand International, alleviating pain and untying knotted muscles with hot-stone, deep-tissue, and Swedish massages. He also treats patients' ills by directing the flow of energy with reiki sessions or a very strong magnet.