Medical Massage E-Z-4-U’s licensed massage therapist, Michael Daniel, helps his patients overcome chronic and acute pain with a range of massage therapies. His repertoire includes Swedish, deep-tissue, lymphatic-drainage, and structural-integration massage techniques.
When most people think of massage, they might think of muscles. The licensed massage therapists of Studio Inc. NW certainly help work out knots and tension, but they're also paying attention to the bodies in their care on the cellular level, from blood flow to lymph drainage to toxin release. Depending on the clients' needs, their hands can work on tissue at many different depths, whether it's the flowing strokes of a Swedish massage or cupping therapy, thought to affect the body up to four inches below the skin's surface. Another style adds extra hands to the hands-on experience: the four hands massage, performed by two therapists or one dexterous cat therapist. Studio Inc. NW's space is decorated with cocoa browns, cool leaf greens, and minimal fussiness, so nothing distracts clients from their quiet relaxation time.
Techniques from myriad cultures converge at Massage by Sarai—from the rhythmic, flowing strokes of the ancient Polynesian lomilomi modality to the gentle pressure of the japanese toning facial massage. But whether they’re designed to induce relaxation or rejuvenate the skin, all treatments can be luxurious. Clients need only opt for one of the multitude of add-ons, such as roman dry brushing, aromatherapy, paraffin dips, and peppermint foot scrubs.
RedWood Aesthetics melts away stress over relaxing sessions of muscle kneading and body beautification. As guests tuck in to private treatment rooms, tranquil music or blissful silence puts their minds at ease while therapists work out cramps and kinks with such modalities as Swedish, pregnancy, and hot stone massage. Waxing services defoliate undesired fuzzy patches, making skin as smooth as a baby’s polished granite collection.