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D's Yoga Home's certified instructors and holistic healers foster a community of mind-and-body wellness with eclectic yoga classes. Like Baldwin brothers, the schedule boasts diversity and features varying levels of difficulty, including introductory classes designed to acquaint fledgling flexers with the basic poses, proper alignment, and breathing techniques. Mixed-level classes hone strength and endurance with Vinyasa-inspired flowing poses, whereas restorative practices utilize supportive props to nurture the body during hip openers and back bends.
7647 Delmar Blvd
University City,
MO
US
A.J. and Allison had really important napkins. Over a few glasses of wine, the pair scribbled ideas and notes onto the normally disposable squares, and what began as a dream over drinks quickly grew into Poco Hair Company. Today, the ladies give hair the attention they once gave napkins, creating dazzling 'dos via cut and color services. Their irreverent decor engages the eyes of patrons as trained stylists expertly detach split ends, add desired layers, and remove stray pelican feathers for a variety of styles, from bohemian to natural to punk.
7353 Lindell Blvd
Saint Louis,
MO
US
Sunflower Massage Studio isn't just a relaxing refuge from the everyday?as a local business, it's also a refuge from the revolving-door approach of chain massage studios. This means that in addition to a tension-relieving massage, customers get a bounty of other thoughtful amenities, such as a 30-minute buffer zone before and after the massage to give client and therapist time to wind down and discuss the session. It also means the therapists won't pressure their clients to choose a massage modality, as every session is customized to their individual needs. Of course, add-ons such as hot stones and aromatherapy are available, as well as specialty styles such as prenatal, myofascial-release, and sports massage, which helps athletes' muscles recover from sporting events and emotions recover from tense exchanges with referees.
2104 Bellevue Ave.
Maplewood,
MO
US
As a licensed massage therapist with certification in geriatric massage, owner Amy Charlton relieves muscle soreness with five different massage modalities. After clients choose either oil or lotion to help nimble knot untanglers skate over the skin like youthful Lilliputians gliding across a bowl of Jello, Amy gently strokes spine covers with techniques including Swedish massage, which restores bodies using traditional strokes, and deep-tissue massage focuses on the connective tissues deep below the surface with increased intensity. Therapeutic massage combines deep-tissue massage with myofascial release, trigger-point therapy, and Freudian dream analysis to alleviate chronic pains such as carpal tunnel syndrome. Trained to recognize the needs of senior citizens, Amy addresses health conditions and concerns before beginning gentle senior-massage sessions, using light pressure and rhythmic circular motions to reduce swelling.
2001 South Hanley Road
Brentwood,
MO
US
At Breath of Life Health & Wellness Center the staff welcomes patrons into a haven of relaxation and wellness, leading personal-training, yoga, nutrition-coaching, and massage-therapy sessions to inspire their guests to lead healthier, more balanced lifestyles. The dedicated staffers play a variety of roles in their clients' wellness. They help alleviate chronic discomfort and tension with massage therapy and chiropractic services, and guide guests through a series of relaxing and body-toning postures in yoga classes, which vary from gentle meditation-focused sessions to high-intensity core Vinyasa flow. The center?s meditation room offers a break from life's stresses with a space to reflect and center oneself without distraction from the outside world.
7700 Clayton Rd Ste 319
Richmond Heights,
Missouri
US
Whether she?s working in her massage room or in the comfort of her clients? homes, licensed massage therapist Vicki Carpenter coaxes muscles out of tense situations with a variety of modalities that include sports, deep-tissue, and reflexology massages. Additional techniques include gliding hot stones over bodies and invigorating the senses with lavender or peppermint aromatherapy scents. Vicki also treats such ailments as fibromyalgia and high blood pressure with cupping, an ancient Chinese technique that involves suctioning glass, silicone, or plastic cups to the skin.
7411 Manchester Road
Maplewood,
MO
US
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