Auburn Massage Centre was established in 2007 by co-founders Laura Buchs-Hall and Sarah Lapadot in an effort to share the healing powers of massage therapy and bodywork. During the past five years, AMC's staff has continued to bloom alongside its selection of services, which now range from standard massages to skincare treatments for faces, hands, and feet. Clients can also explore the facility's gym memberships, tanning plans, and sauna, where warm temperatures help melt away stress and hard candies hidden inside clenched fists.
The certified staff members at Shade of Green Healing have no one location; they surf their massage tables directly to customers' homes, where they can melt tired muscles in privacy using eco-friendly products. During these services, their nimble fingers apply deep strokes and use techniques from modalities such as relaxation and Swedish massage or reflexology. However, the mobile team isn't limited to just massage; they also help clients obliterate calories during personal-training sessions and can target ailments with pranic-energy healing and reiki.
They use their fingers, their palms, occasionally they may even throw in an elbow—the licensed massage therapists at Spring Meadows Clinical Massage happily toss their limbs in the ring for the sake of untying musculature knots and shooing away a day’s worth of stress. Yet massage may do much more than help clients ignore the stress of keeping all their stress balls in a row. According to a 2010 study, it can also heighten the body’s immune system, repress aggressive behavior, and, of course, reduce the stress hormone, cortisol. Stressed, sore, and sick clients can enjoy all of those benefits at Spring Meadows, where therapists will mend aches with fluid Swedish strokes, or deal purely with superficial angst with relaxation massages.