Balance Therapeutic Massage's licensed massage therapists offer massages which treat and soothe entire people rather than just muscle groups or areas. They attempt to alleviate symptoms such as aches and pains while also attempting to assuage underlying causes of these symptoms. Therapists blend myofascial, deep-tissue, hot-stone, and Swedish techniques to help calm nerves and bring clients into deep states of relaxation.
Licensed massage therapists, rehab therapists, and certified Kinesio Taping practitioner Lane Alexander ? lauded in Advance Healing ?entered the world of therapeutic massage after suffering from the aches and pains of his former job as a commercial contractor. More than 600 hours of training later and with certification from the Kinesio Taping Association, he now helps his clients incorporate massage as an integral part of making sure bodies and minds function properly and handle stress healthfully. Specializing in athlete care including athletic-performance-focused and injury-treatment-geared massages, he works to treat injuries and maximize biomechanical function with assessments and bodywork treatments. The center's certified license massage therapist, Dena also relaxes tense sinews with Swedish and sports massages and offers deeper relaxation through her specialties such as deep tissue and trigger point massage therapies.
For nearly two decades, Shear Reflection has reshaped hair and refined exteriors with a slate of client-tailored beauty services. By snipping unkempt ends, imbuing vibrant color, and lengthening locks with fusion extensions, the team of seven experienced stylists can turn everyday hair into a style that turns heads. Nails can find elegant transformation too—at the manicure station, a cosmetologist calls on six years of experience to shape nails, refine cuticles, and paint tips with seasonal hues or unique designs to blend in with off-limits cookie jars.
Muscles are unpredictable. They can spasm, start to hurt, or simply refuse to move the way they used to—all issues that the physical therapists at Elite Massage Therapy deal with daily. Depending on the issue, they may recommend treatments such as a sports massage or trigger-point therapy, which can relieve muscle tightness. Pain and athletic injuries aren't the only reasons clients come in, though. Many simply revel in the recharging, relaxing benefits of the center's massage treatments.
Although massage therapist Jean-Yves Joret of Keep In Touch Massage and Cranial Therapy has mastered several types of massages over his more than 15 years of experience, he doesn't work from a template. Instead, he customizes his strokes in accordance with the needs of each individual, tailoring pressures to tolerance while intuitively seeking out tension and knots. Believing that massages are a legitimate form of health care, Jean-Yves aims to correct a range of ailments, from a stiff lower back and headaches to lower energy levels.