Reflexology in Santa Clara

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The massage therapists at Pure Health resolutely commit themselves to relieving chronic pains. With each massage, they strive to have clients leave feeling better than they did when they first came in?whether they were covered in aches, knots, or jellyfish. To this end, the therapists perform a variety of massage modalities, ranging from the deep strokes of Swedish massage and the scent-assisted relaxation of the aromatherapy technique to the hot, soothing rocks of hot-stone massage.

200 Saratoga Ave.
Santa Clara,
CA
US

The kneading gurus at Angel Massage Spa help clients find some respite from aches with foot reflexology treatments and massages. They employ the long, gliding strokes indicative of a Swedish massage or help loosen knots with warm stones or baked potatoes. Specialty massages zoom in on specific ailments that include tennis elbow, lumbar disk disease, and frozen shoulder.

830 Kiely Blvd, Ste 103
Santa Clara,
CA
US

After working at other beauty establishments, aesthetician Angelica Carr wanted to create a space where she could both pamper her guests and pay homage to her Mexican heritage. She has accomplished both of those goals at La Choza Day Spa. As she told KRON 4 in 2009, La Choza?which translates to "the little hut"?is meant to recreate the ambience of a cozy, south-of-the-border village. In the reception area, red Spanish-tile accents and paintings of cacti and beachside scenes promote an atmosphere of rustic tranquility.

Besides offering facials, massages, nail services, and body treatments individually, Carr and her team bundle them into spa packages; for example, the romance package for two includes spa pedicures and candlelit side-by-side massages on rose-petal-dappled treatment beds. And there are treatments for all ages here?together with her daughter, Carr designed a menu of teen services specifically designed to combat issues such as stress or acne caused by thinking about algebra too much.

1451 Foxworthy Ave
San Jose,
CA
US

As its name suggests, Beyond The Spa has more going for it than relaxing facials, massages, and permanent-makeup applications. Owner Eileen strives to elevate her clients? experience with complimentary amenities, such as a tea lounge that harbors teapots and cups from around the world. Eileen shares something in common with this cross-cultural collection of porcelain; she began her career halfway across the globe in Taiwan and China, helping manage her family's 23 spas throughout that country. Her most recent stateside endeavor has attracted notable clientele such as KRON4 news anchors and former Cupertino Mayor Kris Wang. They come for the stress-relieving treatments, though it doesn?t hurt that the spa is located inside a historic mansion on The Alameda that regularly hosts stuffed-animal tea parties.

1680 The Alameda
San Jose,
CA
US

Rose Garden Massage?s cadre of massage therapists targets pain caused by injury, stress, and lymphedema. Massage sessions calibrate each stroke to the client's needs, pulling together modalities such as Swedish, deep-tissue, lymphatic drainage, and sports massage. Guided meditations attempt to detect emotional sources of pain or retrieve forgotten locker combinations, and workshops provide a space to share knowledge about topics such as couples massage and women?s empowerment. A lounge offers space to linger posttreatment or have a breakup talk with the knots in tight muscles before appointments.

1160 Homestead Road
Santa Clara,
CA
US

The therapists at Grace Massage & Bodyworks believe that each day is part of a long journey, and that journey differs depending upon the choices you make. The path to wellness is no different. That's why therapists provide a diverse array of therapeutic massage modalities to help clients on the road to healing the mind, body, and soul. Guests can solicit a skilled muscle mender for flowing Swedish strokes, deep-tissue pressure, or more unique modalities such as hot-stone or steam bodywork.

1815 Hamilton Ave
San Jose,
CA
US