The son of holistic healer and physical therapy pioneer Edward A Snapp, Jr., James Snapp LMT is on his own mission to help others find relief from pain and neurological conditions. Trained in the art of Swedish, deep-tissue, and cross-fiber massage, among others, he puts bodies back into balance and drives stress from taxed minds, calling upon additional services such as aromatherapy and Thai yoga to help set patients at ease. But massage isn't the only tool at Snapp's disposal: his office also boasts a hydrotherapy tank, where warm water saturated with Epsom salts allows patients to float effortlessly. The experience is somewhat likened to resting in a hot tub, only without the noisy jets, harmful chlorine, and sharks. For those who prefer to stay on dry land, BioMat treatments use far infrared heat and amethyst crystals to stimulate the production of negative ions, which can help induce deep relaxation and bring relief of everything from migraines to troubled sleep patterns.
Stay Healthy Institute?s holistic health practitioners help soothe mind and body with Thai therapy and reflexology sessions. Patrons remain clothed while the Thai therapy combines stretching, palming, and pressure points to help open joints, increase range of motion and flexibility, and soothe muscle pain and tension. Thai therapists are certified with more than 5000 hrs of combined training in Eastern Therapeutically Relaxing Body Medicines including reflexology, acupuncture, thai yoga, and tuina massage and personalize a session accordingly. Likewise, reflexology stimulates the reflex points on the soles of the feet, which can help boost circulation and improve mental clarity along with serving as a powerful stress reliever or strategy to overcome hyper-ticklish feet.
For nearly a decade, Heather has been exploring how the muscles respond to various massage modalities including deep tissue, Thai, and trigger point. After all this time, she has gained enough practice to vanquish most muscle aches in her sessions at The Muscle Clinic. Her massages feature a blend of all of these and other techniques to ensure that she can provide complete relief from neck, back, and prehensile tail pain.
Licensed massage therapist Martha Reamy offers a simple plea: "Let me help you improve your quality of life." Drawing on her education from the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts, Martha can ease chronic tension with massage modalities ranging from shiatsu and Swedish strokes to myfascial-release therapy, a firmer technique geared toward lower-layer aches. Guests may also solicit her expertise for cellulite-reduction therapy or an herbal detoxifying body wrap.
Combining the methods and technology of chiropractic practices with massage therapy, the staff of Revive Bodyworks strives to prevent and ease bodily aches. Visitors relax in serene private rooms during massages, wherein a certified massage therapist combines a series of strokes and kneading techniques to help relieve pain and increase relaxation, as well as help clients recover from shipping themselves to Hawaii in a cardboard box.
Each tonal transformation is delivered with the graceful touch of experienced resident airbrusher, Sherene. Using premium Mystic airbrushes, Sherene propels a fine cloud of bronzer and tanning solution through the air, which lands lovingly onto skin and makes quick BFFs with local freckles. Customers get to choose from a variety of colors and shades, enabling would-be beauties to turn their top layer lightly bronzed, dark, or a daring neon purple. A trio of sessions with Sherene ensures that you'll remain body-burnished for a good, long while. And for $20 more per visit ($10 if you buy an airbrush spray package), you can upgrade to a soothing, natural body exfoliation before your airbrush, during which you'll be rubbed down with an invigorating spearmint sugar scrub, rinsed with warm water, and lovingly dried with a soft towel.