Esea Skincare and Salon's muscle manipulators pacify uncomfortable pelts during 60-minute massages. Utilizing natural mineral oils in coordination with eco-friendly creams, massage therapists moisturize arid skin and alleviate testy torsos, nixing sore spots and stiff joints with gentle, hydrating motions.
Dr. Mats F. Hagström, who attended Stanford and Boston University Medical School, sculpts and contours with plastic surgery. The native Swede and board-certified plastic surgeon takes joy in improving his clients' self-esteem with treatments such as laser-guided liposuction, breast augmentation, and tummy tucks. He and his staff take time during initial consultations to carefully explain the nuts and bolts of each procedure as well as show photos of successful outcomes and his latest bike trip through wine country.
Certified members of the National Guild of Hypnotists, the husband-and-wife team of James D. and Lynn C. Swearingen have been tapping into patients' subconscious since 2006. The duo delves into clients’ minds to discover causes of anxiety, low self-esteem, and emotional trauma before taking steps toward behavioral change. Their treatments also help guests quit smoking, navigate 12-step counseling, or overcome their fear of taking tests while submerged in a shark tank. During each personalized appointment, the Swearingens train patients in self-hypnosis, which requires a minimum of four 50- to 90-minute sessions to master.
SPARC is a nonprofit collective dedicated to providing lab-tested, affordable, high quality cannabis and subsidized health services to our members.
We aim to educate our patients about cannabis treatments and other alternative health approaches to supplement their medicine.
SPARC advocates for government change.
The SAGE Project aims to end human trafficking and the sexual exploitation of both children and adults worldwide. Working with partners in the United States and around the globe, SAGE raises awareness about these issues through education and advocacy programs.
SAGE also helps survivors heal and start new lives through comprehensive support services, including mental-health counseling, job preparation, and case management. As many SAGE staff members have first-hand experiences with issues of prostitution, addiction, and homelessness, they provide a valuable perspective on the experience while providing a supportive, judgment-free environment for survivors, as well as women and youth still in the sex trade.