Nationally licensed massage therapist Jessica Moore knows something about stress. A former advertiser and marketer, she left the high-speed world of business to help people who are still a part of it relax from tension that compounds daily and weekly. She erases this tension and muscular soreness with different types of massages. Many of these modalities—such as Swedish and deep-tissue—rely on traditional hands-on strokes designed to boost circulation and root out embedded knots.
Licensed massage therapist Mary Jean Serignese alleviates bodily tension with more than six types of massage modalities. Each of her massage types lavishes muscles with customized strokes that emphasize complete relaxation. Aromatherapy oils augment some massages, infiltrating olfactory glands with the rejuvenating waft of essential oils, and hot stones—an area in which Mary Jean carries a special certification—melt away tension and pockets full of ice cubes.
Massage Energy’s licensed and nationally certified massage therapists perform a medley of massages to relieve muscle soreness and evict stress from body buildings. Massage therapists begin first-time sessions by speaking with clients about their health histories and concerns in order to tailor treatments to individual needs. Clients can choose a massage modality from an array of soma-stimulating flavors, including deep-tissue, relaxation, and pregnancy massage.
The therapists at this relaxing day spa bring natural healing to both the body and mind. They loosen tightly wound muscles with hot stones, bamboo sticks, and warm candle oil, which simultaneously nourishes skin for a silky soft feel. More than 10 types of facials tend to skin-specific ailments, be they acne or signs of aging, with specialized serums and soothing techniques. And during body wraps, the therapists enlist plant extracts and essential oils to remove excess water from systems—leaving bodies as light as the day they hatched.
Nationally and state-certified therapists comprise the roster at The Center for Massage & Holistic Therapy, where owner Larry R. Joyner prizes education and training above all else. To wit, his spa doubles as a place where therapists can take continuing-education classes, and his clients reap the benefits through a variety of therapies and modalities, including crystal healing, chakra balancing, and classic Swedish massages.
Sounds of breaking waves mingle with the crackling of a fireplace in this ocean-themed studio that owner Veronique Clement turned into an idyllic haven for massage. The licensed massage therapist rubs the skin with organic oils, and soothes tension and stress with a primary focus on light and medium strokes. Her nine massage services include cold stone, aromatherapy, and bamboo massage. She also offers refreshments and snacks such as gourmet tea and chocolate.