The Natural Path Wellness Center helps clients manage their physical and mental stress with a specialized assortment of non-traditional services. Reflexology treatments can address diverse discomforts throughout the body, from migraines residing in the noggin to painful arthritis inhabiting secret pizza joints around the ankle. The treatment technique aims to stimulate the body's natural healing abilities by applying gentle, strategic pressure to the hands and feet, starting with a warm, herbal foot soak. Throughout each session, essential oils and natural body butter can be applied to appendages to hydrate the skin and maximize stress relief.
Everybody’s Health began in 1998 as Western Row Chiropractic and kept the moniker until 2004. It was then that owner Doctor of Chiropractic David Berring decided to expand it to a full-service wellness center that combined the best of traditional and alternative therapies, and catered to clients of all ages. Equipped with eight chiropractors, multiple licensed massage therapists, a reiki master, and hypnotherapist, the center’s four locations continue to straighten spines and alleviate pain through quality chiropractic care, but can now extend their healing prowess to encompass everything from tension-reliving reflexology to exercise programs that focus on common problem areas such as the abs or elbows. The staff can also work to help patients improve their overall health by creating custom weight-loss strategies, and may recommend hypnosis as a way to heal personal problems or train the brain to remember to take its vitamins whenever the doorbell rings.
A green office, Everybody’s Health is prides itself on being paperless, relying instead on the use of technology to collect patient information and glazed donuts to take the place of office sticky notes.
Helmed by aesthetician Asia Bradford, D'Onyx Day Spa strives to provide personalized service to every client within a relaxing atmosphere. Whether aestheticians draw a peach-scented soak or cloak shoulders in a warm herbal wrap, each nail, massage, or hair treatment performed at D’Onyx Day Spa pampers clients with an extra dose of relaxation or luxury. Massage therapist Brittany indulges patrons with Swedish, bamboo fusion, and deep-tissue massage. The day spa offers an arsenal of services from waxing, facials, and makeup services—all lit by the glow of a faux fireplace.
The massage therapists at Kindred Spirits Bodyworks & Massage don't expect you to settle for treatments that don't fully address your aches. Instead, they tailor massages to precisely what you need, mixing modalities like Swedish and trigger-point therapy to relieve everything from lower-back pain and anxiety to massages that target the muscles that contribute to TMJ/lockjaw. Kindred Spirits's practitioners even pair healing with pampering by following many of their massages with scented paraffin wax that softens hands and feet.
Belair’s Salon was the first salon color specialist Sherrie Snyder owned. Though she went on to own two others during her more-than-26-year beauty career, she’s returned to Belair’s, and to her it feels like “home.” She wants her guests to feel just as welcome as she and her team, including updo specialist Beka, twist hair into elegant updos and coat nails with shades of OPI polish. They treat clients to relaxation massages and wax away hairs that are unwanted, like ketchup stains on the deed to a tomato farm. Sherrie and company also pamper away tension via facials and conditioning treatments, among other beauty services.
When his painful plantar fasciitis made surgery an almost certain necessity, Doctor of Chiropractic Carl Rafey sought help from a chiropractor. To his surprise, he was able to find relief without an invasive procedure, a twist of fate that propelled him into the doctorate program at Logan College of Chiropractic. Doctor of Chiropractic AJ Evans had a similar experience, which brought them together at Rafey Chiropractic.
Now, the doctors soothe muscles and work to improve general health with technology and a mastery of chiropractic techniques. After they examine clients' spines and test clients’ ability to turn, bend, and touch their toes without reciting nursery rhymes, they nudge vertebrae into place and offer helpful tips about nutrition and exercise. Massage therapists also aid guests with relaxation and therapeutic techniques.