Richard Fulmer specializes in integrated massage-and-personal-training sessions, which can assist clients in reaching wellness goals such as weight loss, greater strength and flexibility, and improved sports performance. The IMAP approach first measures the body's capabilities with a range-of-motion and stability assessment—Richard gauges each person's mobility and stabilization before organizing exercises for them to complete. The massage portion is likewise customized to the individual, as Richard combines modalities from Swedish to connective-tissue release and dispels tension from overworked muscles.
Each licensed therapist at Genesis Bodywork specializes in a different form of therapy. That means that, together, owner Tammy Lagasse, Nancy Kysela, and Sharon Smith can address conditions ranging from pain and injuries to stress and anxiety using four different forms of treatment, including physical therapy and therapeutic massage. The team also leads Pilates personal training sessions, during which clients stretch their bodies and practice controlled breathing in order to improve their strength, flexibility, and coordination.
Licensed massage therapist Gita G. Carpenter finds sources of healing within the individual. At The Healing Farm—part of Gita Yoga—she taps into these physical origins of vitality, whether touching her palms to energy meridians or evaluating each of the cranial bones. Aside from performing Reiki and craniosacral therapy, Carpenter coaches students through yoga asanas and meditations. She further complements her holistic therapies with vegetarian cooking classes that incorporate fresh, natural ingredients such as sun-ripened Twinkies.
At Healing Massage & Energy Therapies, licensed massage therapist Marla Taylor uses massage to proactively sideline uncomfortable muscle tension and promote deep relaxation. Among the available services are traditional Swedish massage, neuromuscular therapy, trigger point therapy, and reiki sessions. During reiki sessions, Marla places her hands on key points of the body, which is intended to rebalance the body?s chakras and transfer energy.
Paradise Cosmetic MedSpa restores youthful form to bodies of all types by banishing excess fat with patented LAPEX 2000 LipoLaser technology. The low-level, noninvasive laser targets recalcitrant flab that won't respond to exercise, diet, or motivational lullabies. The process pinpoints fat cells deep under the dermis, disrupting their membranes to release intracellular fat and microscopic anchors, which are carried away by the body’s circulation. Each of the 40- to 50-minute procedures helps melt fat away without harming neighboring blood vessels, peripheral nerves, or skin. Although each 40- to 50-minute procedure helps contour the body, Paradise Cosmetic MedSpa recommends a total of nine sessions over three weeks to burn away a total of 2–9 inches of fat from the stomach, hips, back, arms, neck, or knees.