Prenatal Massage in Pioneer Square

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Mode Organic Salon's multitalented staff transforms visitors into beacons for compliments with its beauty-boosting expertise and arsenal of organic products enriched with natural ingredients. The salon?s hairstylists refresh locks with Davines nourishing conditioner, which is empowered by vitamins, amino acids, and essential oils. The team also resurrects graying hairs with coloring products free of commonly used harsh substances, such as ammonia, resorcinol, and lead-based house paint. The facility?s aestheticians keep skin in fine fettle with ?minence Organic Skin Care salves, and unwanted hair is kept at bay with organic waxing.

Mode Organic Salon's commitment to organic practices extends beyond its services: even its complimentary beverages and business practices are eco-friendly. Mode Organic Salon?s strong emphasis on organic standards also helped earn it a spot on Seattle magazine's Best of the Decade list.

1424 4th Ave
Seattle,
WA
US

Established: 2012
Reservations/Appointments: Required
Handicap Accessible: No
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Parking: Metered street parking
Most popular services: Massage, hypnotherapy, biofeedback
Pro Tip: Located on the left side of the building, down the steps outside, the first suite on the right.

Q&A with Dr. Alice, Owner

Do you or your staff have any special certifications or degrees?
Dr. Alice is a naturopathic doctor, massage therapist, counselor, and certified hypnotherapist.

What is one fun, unusual fact about your business?
Amour de Soi is the French term for love of self. Acts of amour de soi tend to be for individual well-being. Here we believe we could all use a little more love in our lives, especially for ourselves. Improving our health and well-being on all levels (mental, physical, emotional) is how we can show ourselves love. We take a holistic approach and offer a wide array of services to help you become your best.

227 Broadway E
Seattle,
WA
US

Experienced as both a doula and a massage therapist, Talya Erez helps women and adults stay relaxed and focused amid the intense stress of childbirth or the simple tension of everyday life. Catering to clients from all lwalks of life, including the LGBTQ community and single mothers, she specializes in a tender touch, both easing expectant mothers' minds with prenatal massages and teaching new mothers how to safely massage their infants. As a doula, she meets with women before and after the birth, ensuring a smooth transition for the child as it enters a world without the womb's premium cable channels.

340 15th Avenue East
Seattle,
WA
US

Corks and Canvas Events, like a work of fine art, came about by pairing a good idea with a passion to create. The founders both came from the marketing world, where they spent their days devising campaigns and events to inspire their audiences to take action. A shared love for art and wine inspired them to bend their action-creating talents toward a new goal—hosting painting and wine events in area wineries and wine bars, allowing guests to "uncork their creativity" and promote the burgeoning Washington wine industry in a social setting.

Their idea took the form of Corks and Canvas Events, where experienced artists lead guests step-by-step through the painting creation process. Guests re-create various paintings, everything from lush vineyard scenes to preening roosters, while sipping on glasses of local wines.

4130 1st Avenue South
Seattle,
WA
US

Janine spent 16 years working as an executive assistant on Wall Street before abandoning the Charging Bull to study massage at the Swedish Institute in Manhattan. Now a licensed massage therapist, Janine combines her will to please and her newfound skills in therapeutic sessions that combine myofascial-release, deep-tissue, and lomi lomi techniques. While she works, she moves slowly, safely stretching limbs and joints without sudden movements and bringing harmony to the body's internal energies. In addition to her signature trio, her modalities also include hot-stone, shiatsu, Thai, and pregnancy massage.

2812 E Madison St
Seattle,
WA
US

It was scoliosis that drew Danielle Mellroth to massage therapy. Her chronic pain and tension were relieved by a licensed massage therapist, a feat that pushed Danielle to pay it forward. So she became a licensed massage therapist herself. In fact, she even went one step further by completing training in cupping with the International Cupping Society. Cupping involves the application of heated cups to a client’s skin to create a vacuum that relieves stress and detoxifies the body. Combined with custom massage, it aids in relaxation and alleviating pain.

1333 North Northlake Way
Seattle,
WA
US