At WellSpa, the only thing the staff stresses is relaxation. The spa's services include Swedish, deep-tissue, and hot-stone massages as well as bodywork techniques such as tui na and reiki. To round out the holistic approach, the staff can prescribe Chinese herbal medicine.
Scott Causey’s portfolio is bulging at the seams. He is a licensed medical massage practitioner, a reiki master, and a certified holistic health-care practitioner, and has received advanced training in Thailand and Japan. He is also a former US Navy corpsman, combat medic, and paramedic for a fire department. These days, he can be found at Health at Hand International, alleviating pain and untying knotted muscles with hot-stone, deep-tissue, and Swedish massages. He also treats patients' ills by directing the flow of energy with reiki sessions or a very strong magnet.
The therapists at Well Kneaded Massage recognize the importance of a balanced mind, body, and spirit, which is why they have devoted themselves to massage therapies, energy work, and healing touch treatments. They specialize in nine different types of massage, including Swedish, hot stone, deep- issue, and chakra balancing, during which a therapist combines the properties of deep-tissue massage, foot reflexology, and subtle energy work. They also offer additional harmonizing treatments, including beeswax ear candling and reflexology for the hands, feet, and ears.
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.