Nestled in Green Gables Farm, Whole Body Studio and Spa nurtures holistic wellness with an array of salon and fitness services in a tranquil setting. Clients can tote dry or damaged head threads in for a softening and strengthening Moroccan Oil treatment, which soaks strands in a rich blend of protein, antioxidants, and argan oil to leave them as fortified as a bowl of cream of wheat, but with better body and bounce. The treatment seals in moisture with a process gentle enough for color-treated or processed hair, allowing stylists to wash away the serum and style newly silky tresses into a shiny, updated shape. Partial highlights enable heads to set select strands aglow with illuminating color that adds dimension and assists migrating birds in safe night landings, while a customized cut sees stylists snipping locks to exact specifications informed by the customer's input, trends, and current government regulations on bangs.
The staff at Pro Muscle Care soothe bodily pains without invasive medical treatments. They instead rely on holistic care, such as massage and orthopedics, to not only mute pain, but to also locate and neutralize its roots. In fact, their treatments have been used to quell a range of common ailments, including migraines, sciatica, shin splints, muscle cramps, TMJ, whiplash, restless legs, and carpal tunnel syndrome.
The hair specialists at Trina & Co. Salon & Spa perform a comprehensive cadre of hair transformations and spa services on men, women, and children. In addition to basic snipping and styling, they also offer color, straightening and curling treatments, and extension applications. For maintaining cuticles elsewhere on the body, Trina & Co. offers nail services including french manicures, ideal for sneaking into Europe without a passport. A private massage studio also stands by ready to host relaxation, as Trina & Co.'s therapists utilize Swedish, hot-stone, and deep-tissue techniques to relieve dorsal tension.
Dr. Scranton adjusts spines and works with clients to correct postures and skeletal issues that can cause pain and discomfort. He specializes in the Gonstead technique, which assesses a variety of factors in order to properly treat intervertebral disc lesions while aligning spine and pelvis.
Peak Sports Club forges ironclad muscle and melts away extra pounds with an array of supportive group fitness classes. Health hunters of all experience levels can take advantage of the many scheduled classes, ranging from spin sessions and aqua aerobics to Les Mills classes such as the barbell intensive Bodypump, cardio crazy Bodyjam, and naptime-enforcing Bodypillow. Peak Sports Club also hosts a fourth-degree black belt Korean master to teach tae kwon do sweat sessions at various levels, accommodating both novices and advanced martial artists who can already kick through a half-inch board or bully's reinforced ego.
Dr. Timothy Turngren massages precise points of the body to encourage a healthy and holistic flow of energy. As one of nine board-certified reflexologists in the state of Illinois, he views the body as a systemic multitude of interrelated nerves—called connections—which respond to signals from the brain during everyday tasks. By carefully manipulating sensory nerves in the feet, hands, and ears, Dr. Turngren unburdens stressed connections and facilitates unhindered delivery of brain-borne chemicals that promote a sense of wellness. Results can include improvement of anything auto-immune-dependent, such as relief from certain chronic illnesses, arthritis symptoms, and internal alter egos.
Doctor of Chiropractic Richard Lynch has experience dealing with pain. As an exercise physiologist and trainer for high school, collegiate, and professional athletes, he has seen all kinds of injuries. At Healthsource of Rockford Central, Richard uses chiropractic and progressive rehab treatments to address his clients' ailments, including fibromyalgia, arthritis, migraines, and that one ’80s love ballad stuck in your head.
He performs exams and x-rays to spot any subluxations in the spine and areas of discomfort. From there, treatment plans may include adjustments that realign the spine or therapeutic massages that untie muscle knots and break up scar tissue.