Conforti Natural Wellness Centers' experienced chiropractors have garnered praise from Panache Vue magazine for their knack at easing bodily aches with safe chiropractic care that targets each guest's specific problem areas. Five days a week, Conforti Natural Wellness Centers' licensed massage therapists detangle knotted muscles and relieve neck, back, and head pains associated with auto accidents, sport injuries, and amateur contortionist tournaments. Each of the company's locations complements chiropractic treatments with wellness services, including acupuncture, med-spa treatments, and nutritional counseling.
TampaProMassage chases aches and tension from limbs and joints with a menu of services triggered to restore both corporeal and mental harmony. Licensed massage therapist Wm. Cory Jeffries seeks to alleviate tension and stress with specialized massages that build upon variations of the five basic strokes of Swedish massage. Inside the tranquil studio, Jeffries greets clients at the door to build a rapport and make them feel at ease. After a brief double-dutch jump-rope routine and a quick consult to address prominent aches or discomforts, Jeffries lobs slow, gliding strokes across the skin, usually coursing pressure in the direction of blood flow—from wrist to shoulder, ankle to knee. Steady, tight rotations swarm knees, elbows, and other high-impact joints sore from filling in for a street performer’s marionette. For athletes, a sports massage supports competitive training and boosts recovery time, and a reflexology massage galvanizes greater bodily balance by stimulating areas that correspond to glands and organs.
Let your vertebrae breathe easy and experience the infectious sense of well-being that radiates from a relaxed and aligned spine. With today's Groupon, $40 gets you a full chiropractic wellness exam from CoreHealth, a $265 value. Your visit includes a full physical examination with digital range-of-motion tests (a $172 value), which are the chiropractor's way of finding out if you're computer animated, followed by a chiropractic adjustment (a $45 value); then enjoy a 15-minute hydrotherapy or trigger-point therapy session to further work out tension and kinks (a $30–$50 value).Follow @Groupon_Says on Twitter.
Since their near-simultaneous invention in the 1930s, yoga and Pilates have been locked in the smiling ferocity of mortal frenemy combat, each vying for wellness superiority. Today’s Groupon lets you choose sides: for $25, you get two yoga or Pilates classes (or one of each, normally $20 a piece) along with an eyebrow shaping at Palm Wellness Center (normally $15), a combined $55 value. Receive a full bushel of physical uplift with toning exercises and slick facial aesthetics that scream 2010.
Debbie Dubickas wasn’t always a clinical hypnotherapist, and the Scotland native never thought she'd end up in Florida. She's owned and managed a diverse array of businesses, but it seems it was only a matter of time before she found her calling. Her whole life, Debbie has been fascinated by hypnosis and psychology, and been a listening ear for friends and family. After a stretch of life-changing spiritual experiences, she decided to become certified in clinical hypnotherapy.
Debbie has helped clients on both sides of the Atlantic improve their lives through targeted suggestion. She's registered with the American Council of Hypnotist Examiners, and uses sessions to set positive intentions and help clients regress back to the causes of problematic behaviors. Sessions typically range from one to two hours as clients untangle and free themselves from unhealthy eating habits, smoking, or fears.
Handicap Accessible: No
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Parking: Metered street parking
Most popular service: Custom massage
Pro Tip: Soothing Palm Bodyworks is located inside of the Sweatshop. Upon entering, head up the stairs to the first door.
At Soothing Palm Bodyworks, licensed massage therapist Benjamin Blanchard eases muscular pain with his broad repertoire of massage modalities. Benjamin specializes in alleviating chronic pain, such as carpal tunnel syndrome, as well as sciatic based pain, treating rotator cuffs, and using treatments that include hot-stone, reflexology, sports, and deep-tissue massage.