Sharon Farber is the licensed massage therapist, healer, and owner of Dragonfly Healing Arts. With more than 25 years of massage therapy experience, she provides a safe place for her clients to heal and grow. Her healing center allows clients to connect their bodies, minds, and spirits in a welcoming and sacred space. It offers services including massage therapy and Reiki energy healing along with meditation, yoga, and mediumship.
Rain and Sage Therapeutic Massage, LLC's founder Maryellen practices a style of massage that incorporates more senses than just touch. She keeps her ears open during every session, communicating with clients and adjusting her work based on their feedback. As she works, she incorporates aromatherapy scents that help clients relax by assuring them their uncles didn't really steal their noses. During foot massages, she'll introduce seasonal aromas: pumpkin nutmeg in the fall, peppermint in the winter, and lemon or eucalyptus in the spring.
Patty Kingsbury got her first massage when she was in her mid-30s. At the time, she weighed 400 pounds, faced health concerns, and was deeply self-conscious about her weight. Though her therapist could have made the experience a gruesome one, she assured Patty that massage is for everyone, no matter their age or size. That feeling of acceptance touched Patty and inspired her to take control of her health and enroll at massage school.
Now, she shares that open environment with everyone who steps through the doors at Healing Hands And Bodyworks. She, her husband, and a team of therapists all provide therapeutic massages in a variety of modalities including Swedish, hot stone, and neuromuscular. During their healing hands four-handed tandem massage, two therapists work on sore muscles at the same time, creating an extremely relaxing session. Raindrop therapy, meanwhile, uses essential oils and light stretches to bring the body back into alignment with its shadow.
The roads to personal growth at Vital Life Center LLC are as diverse as its staff. The practitioners here range from yoga teachers to wellness counselors and massage therapists, but they share a common goal: to facilitate growth on a personal and community level. Vital Life Center's owner is a 20-year practitioner of yoga and meditation, and she's assembled a curriculum of yoga and meditation classes, helping visitors tap into a place where the mind and body can flourish without any distractions. Additionally, a skilled massage therapists ease tension and manage pain through a number of modalities, including Swedish, orthopedic, therapeutic, deep-tissue, sports, myofascial therapy, and reiki massage. The center offers more personal means of growth as well, such as massage therapy, energy work, and spiritual and life coaching. Vital Life Center also brings its members together for collective growth at the larger community level.
The licensed massage therapists and aestheticians at Sammi Gene Salon and Spa delight patrons with relaxing massages and purifying body wraps. During the 60-minute European body massage, a muscle kneader coaxes tension from backs with dedicated strokes, gentle pressure, and promises of trips to the zoo. Clients who opt for the seaweed wrap can choose between two marine-grass modalities. The re-mineralizing seaweed wrap increases skin's capacity for moisture, imbuing it with a refreshed glow and raising the ire of jealous camels, and the detoxifying seaweed wrap first hydrates skin and then siphons away the absorbed fluid, leaving bodies svelte and clean.
Surrounded by the soothing tones of sage and cranberry, clients at Sohmage leave their worries at the door. Exfoliating scrubs, facials, and detoxifying wraps aim to boost appearances and overall health, whereas energy-healing sessions work to reroute the flow of energy that would otherwise be rerouted to power your neighbors' fridge.