Licensed Acupuncturists Sydnie Bryant, Jessica Fritz, and Daniel Johnson, who hold masters degrees from the AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine, balance the bodies and minds of their clients with deft acupuncture expertise. Invoking the ameliorative properties of the 5,000-year-old treatment, a knowledgeable needler will assess clients’ health by feeling nine pulsations at each wrist and observing the color and form of the face, the tongue, and the body before beginning the pin-cushioning process. During the one-hour session, guests are invited to relax as each gentle needle insertion spearheads stress and deflates tension, inducing a mellow mood that can help to alleviate ailments, improve immunity, increase fertility, and bend spoons.
With a commitment to cleanliness, Wholistic Acupuncture uses only sterilized, stainless-steel needles during the treatment, which are promptly donated to prematurely shedding hedgehogs after a single use.
Licensed Acupuncturists Sydnie Bryant, Jessica Fritz, and Daniel Johnson, hold masters degrees from the AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine. The studio also offers a range of meditative and wellness classes, including both tai chi and yoga. Use ancient movement patterns to elegantly harmonize with your surroundings and de-stress; from beginner yoga to hatha to vinyasa flow, yogis and tai chi practitioners of all experience levels can benefit from the mindful instruction of WAY Wellness Center. All instructors are certified and experienced.
Tension and pain are no match for Maryann Mlodzik, the licensed massage therapist who helps patients heal their ailments at Essential Bodyworks. She specializes in soothing Swedish relaxation massages and deep-reaching myofascial and trigger-point therapies. Clients can add aromatherapy and a shiatsu sinus treatment to decompress even further.