Essential Health's licensed techs help heal bodies from the soul outward with gentle colon hydrotherapies and customized massages. Utilizing only sterile and disposable equipment, The Added Touch's colonics provide a safe and effective means of eradicating built-up bowel waste, from toxins and fecal matter to loitering impaction, as clients recline across a far-infrared treatment mat and fill olfactory cavities with the scent of aromatherapy oils. Customized massages melt away stress and body aches while an on-staff, licensed reflexologist targets specific points of pain by rubbing the heels and toes to the tune of "Chopsticks." Appointments can be scheduled Tuesday?Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., with availability for after-hours sessions.
Emerge Community Center was created to provide a place for people to "emerge" into the versions of themselves they always wanted. At this community center, yoga studio, and acupuncture clinic, clients come to interact in a nurturing environment and reconnect their bodies and minds on a journey towards wellness. Owner and licensed acupuncturist Dana Bairen and her staff of qualified instructors help provide acupuncture, Oriental Medicine, yoga, meditation, and massage therapy. During the Zen Meditation session, students are taught to clear and quiet minds, while the Hatha yoga class uses asanas to open energy channels and the cage doors of spirit animals within the body. With hardwood floors and big windows that let in sunlight, Emerge Community Center provides a place for peaceful interaction and self-healing.
Wherever Relax, Mobile Massage’s licensed therapists go, they bring all the soothing sensations of the spa with them. They can transform bedrooms and cookie-cutter hotel rooms into tropical paradises by infusing the air with botanical oils and administering relaxing aromatherapy massages. They unpack heated tumbled stones to enhance therapeutic strokes during hot-stone work, which softens tense muscles and helps undo gridlock in the back, shoulders, and joints. Other modalities available include muscle therapy to help those recovering from injury and pregnancy massage, which helps expecting mothers find relief from the back pain, stress, and soreness that comes with supporting a growing being for nine months, plus the next 27 years.
A massage therapist since 1985, Liz Alessi's massage modalities and add-ons clearly inspire repeat visits, as her business's name was suggested by a client who, at the time, had been visiting her for 17 years. She has been treating clients with massage for so long that she now even whips up her own signature massage lotion by blending shea and mango butter with either apricot-kernel, cherry-kernel, or avocado oil. In 2007, she expanded her skill set and became a licensed aesthetician. Liz wanted to learn the skills to revitalize complexions after witnessing firsthand how helpful facials could be. She also calls upon her own personal experience when it comes to administering microcurrent facelifts.
Desert Showers Holistic Health draws its name from owner Alexis Showers, who grew up in a variety of native cultures that instilled a deep love of her planet. As an adult, Alexis continued to pursue this passion by working towards and earning degrees and certifications in holistic, nature-conscious therapies: acupressure, Chinese medicine, massage, nutritional coaching, and yoga.
Today, Alexis draws upon formal and informal educational experiences to help heal naturally. At Desert Showers, you can enjoy massages, seaweed or mud wraps, and customized herbal steam baths. By bringing Dr. Shirley Cox on board, Alexis is also able to offer weight management and hypnotherapy, which can help assuage phobias and anxiety.
The team at Cottam Health Partners draws on training in a massive range of disciplines. Chiropractic doctor Neil Cottam has ben practicing for two decades, learning about techniques including lumbar flexion distraction and drop-table adjustment. Chiropractic care corrects misalignments and improves nerve communication between the brain and organs in the body. Under Neil?s supervision, the certified massage therapists knead and rub muscles to reduce mental and physical fatigue and improve range of motion after hard workouts or appearances in an infomercial about how dangerous trampolines are.