David Feiling became a massage therapist in 1996, and began his career working with clients at salons and spas. There, he developed an appreciation for the mental peace that beauty treatments could provide, especially when paired with the physical relaxation of a massage. So, he earned his cosmetology license, and decided to combine both practices under one roof. He offers four different massage modalities, including deep tissue and shiatsu, with add-ons such as thermal heat or a deep scalp treatment available with each service. He also provides skincare and hairstyling services, helping newly relaxed clients look as a good as they feel. And to treat the mind directly, he uses hypnosis to help clients with stress, compulsive behaviors, and phobias of swinging pocket watches.
Doctor of Chiropractic Grant Foster assumed command of Foster Chiropractic Clinic just before his father, a fellow spine doc, retired in 1986. Today he carries on his father's work alleviating back pain and promoting overall wellness through holistic methods. In addition to traditional chiropractic therapies, Dr. Foster also makes use of an impulse-adjusting instrument that delivers electronic tapping to the problem area instead of old-fashioned cracking. Massage therapy and physiotherapy complement the spinal work done here, while lifestyle advice coaching helps patients learn how to avoid injury and to know what time of year wearing white is safe again.
The staff at Inner Balance Institute introduces clients to chiropractic therapy with an uncanny knack for healing injuries and chronic pains, which has not gone unnoticed by their former patients. Among the heartfelt testimonials on their website, one reads: "If you are anything like me, you question whether you have made an impact in the lives of others. I hope you realize that you have a big one in mine." A chiropractor evaluates each patient individually, pulling from a menu of holistic treatments that includes adjustments and massage therapy. The staff specializes in treating patients suffering from chronic conditions and druids sore from long days of shapeshifting.
Few holistic treatments escape the notice of The Center Health's staff. Collectively, these practitioners boast training in traditional disciplines such as acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, and massage therapy, as well as uncommon practices such as intuitive healing and chi nei tsang. Their professional lives reflect that diversity: staffers spend their days overseeing services, classes, and events designed to foster physical and emotional healing at its source: the soul's "on/off" switch.