Sunlight streams through stained-glass totems inside the spacious studio at Eyes of the World Yoga. In terms of class offerings, students can exhale the exertions of the day away with slow stretching sequences and rhythmic breathing implemented during mellow yoga. Likewise, semi-limber limbs can flow through the basics of posture and alignment during a fundamentals class, which, like a cannon strapped to a rocking horse, is aimed at all levels.
Signature Service: Full-Body Massage
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Minimum Age Requirement: 18
Pro Tip: Moderate hydration before and after your session.
People go to spas to forget about the outside world. How does your decor help create an atmosphere where visitors can unwind?
The New Awakening treatment center is bathed in deep red tones, draped with silks, and adorned with imagery to help you feel warm and invited. With soft lighting and music to soothe the soul, you can melt away stresses and relax the mind.
Besides making clients happy, what do you like most about your job?
Holistic healthcare is my life's purpose and is what drives me to continue to hone my skills for the benefit of all.
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Traditional healing arts have roots that go back over 1,600 years. This art incorporates various healing modalities that are intended to meet the specific needs of the client in order to attain maximum benefit.
As a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist, Dr. Alice uses traditional Chinese medicine to help her clients with an impressive variety of health issues. Her acupuncture treatments, for example, can treat more than 40 conditions, including stomach pain, headaches, and tennis elbow. Her herbal prescriptions are just as customized, and she also performs cupping sessions?a therapy that consists of suctioning cups to the skin to stimulate points along the body?s energy meridians and improve circulation.
Dr. Alice also works with a licensed massage therapist. For relaxation, visitors might schedule a traditional Swedish massage that employs soft, gliding strokes. A deep-tissue or sports massage, on the other hand, targets injuries and tense spots that won't go away, even when you cover them with bandaids.
Morly Shapira, the expert massage therapist, energy healer, and life coach at Therapeutic Healing, works with clients' specific needs to design a course of life improvement using all the tools at her disposal. She works to reduce physical pain and stress through massage therapy, and works with the energy channels of the body with energy healing. To tackle more emotional issues, Morly meets privately with guests for life-coaching sessions, during which she and her client discuss sources of unhappiness or frustration and brainstorm action plans to remedy them.
After more than 720 hours of hands-on training and countless workshops and seminars, Ka’i McGee has mastered more than 16 types of massage. She aims to help her clients take control of their health and happiness, rather than letting a scientist control their joy levels remotely. Ka’i helps by performing her wide selection of massages; her specialties include Swedish, deep-tissue, hot-stone, and prenatal modalities. For more thorough relaxation, guests can combine massages with body treatments or wraps.
The bodywork experts at Hula Hands Massage soothe sore bodies and stressed minds with the healing power of touch. Smooth, flowing strokes not only promote relaxation, but also boost circulation to blood-starved tissue and muscles that might otherwise become raisins. More intense pressure helps break up chronic areas of tension, leaving clients feeling loose and limber.