Truessentials owner Michelle Truman improves her clients’ overall well-being through a comprehensive range of wellness techniques and classes. She uses essential oils culled from flowers, trees, and trees’ grandparents to melt away stress, and the gentle din of tuning forks to help relieve bodily aches. Michelle also helps clients conjure a spa experience at home by teaching classes on the use of tuning forks and blending essential oils. A complete resource for wellness services, the nature-focused oasis also offers colored-light therapy with meditation, instructional sessions with a raw-foods chef, classes that teach natural methods for pregnancy and childbirth, and teeth-whitening services. Inside Truessentials’ facility, sage-green hues calm clients, a wall of mirrors offers ample space for reflection, and a curtained-off area provides privacy during sessions.
Healing the structural, chemical, and emotional ailments of one person can be as difficult as completing a puzzle with your kid brother who likes to eat the pieces. But at Renaissance Health Centre, doctors Pfau, Mongie, and Davidson address this trio of wellness factors, personalizing health-care plans that heal the whole person. The practice helps put bodies back into balance through a range of services including the NUCCA chiropractic technique. The technique uses gentle, low force to align the body without the sounds of popping and cracking. Adding even more comfort to the chiropractic experience, the center's garden invites patients to stroll amongst flourishing palm trees, blossoming roses, and a stone-lined pond that trades wishes for updates on its favorite soap operas.
Led by Doctors of Chiropractic Ryan Kissling, Jeffrey Hanks, and Keith Quisberg, Align Chiropractic helps patients battle everyday ailments and conditions, from ADHD to fibromyalgia. Using advanced physiotherapy equipment, Drs. Kissling and Quisberg help to keep the spine aligned, release long-held tensions, and help to body to better heal itself. In addition, a digital x-ray system allows the doctors to view potential problem areas from any of the center’s treatment rooms, and they can then email the results and pictures to patients so that they can sprinkle them into PowerPoint presentations during important business meetings.
Ganesha Center's doors open to an inviting and inclusive space where holistic healing services and classes help visitors to balance their mind, body, and spirit. Founder Lee Papa and the staff of practitioners practice energy-based therapies such as Reiki, sound therapy, ThetaHealing, and Seraphim Blueprint, designed to free up physical, emotional, and spiritual blockages and assist participants in finding a state of natural health, peace, and joy. Stationed in the center's workshop rooms, instructors teach students how to meditate, master yoga poses, and eat healthfully through a series of classes.
The ancient arts of healing take root at Happy Foot Spa, where a team of therapists employs Asian bodywork techniques in pursuit of holistic improvements. Chinese tui na treatments and Japanese shiatsu treatments employ massage techniques that focus on acupressure points to balance and propel energy throughout the body. Lymphatic-drainage techniques target built-up fluids and toxins in the body with the hopes of improving metabolism and immune systems. Happy Foot Spa’s mix of classic spa treatments can also help beautify faces, slim bodies, remove hair, and paint "Do Not Chew" signs on finger- and toenails.
Medical technology doesn't allow us to trade out our bodies for a new one––yet. Until that time comes, it's incredibly important that we take care of the ones we have. That's where licensed massage therapist Patricia Medina comes in. In her more than 15 years of bodywork experience, she's become an expert at tailoring massages to the needs of the individual. Guests can request Patricia's flowing Swedish strokes with soothing aromatherapy, or access lower-layer tension with a deep-tissue session. Exfoliating body scrubs are also available.