Angela Gorman has amassed a formidable list of certifications in the holistic-health industry after 14 years. She has been trained to soothe physiques with 28 different bodywork modalities, aided by her experience as a personal trainer and an anatomy and physiology instructor at Florida Metropolitan University, now known as Everest University. With such a broad wellness background, Angela was in prime position to develop Sacred Body's credo of customer care, which focuses a menu of treatments on restoring each individual's mental and physical balance.
Angela's team of massage therapists, yoga instructors, and life coaches subdue stressors by customizing their services to accommodate every client. The massage menu splits its offerings into corporal treatments—such as deep-tissue work—and energy therapy, such as reiki or kneadings with hot batteries. Faith in organic health has inspired the center's signature facial, which combines honey and fruits with herbal infusions brewed onsite to bring out the skin's radiance.
Inside Tranquil Being Healing Arts Center’s feng-shui-inspired sanctuary, bodies revel in a state of stillness as minds wander to exotic destinations. Here, seasoned massage therapists welcome clients with olfactory delights such as gourmet tea, hand-made chocolate, and aromatherapy before taming tension with long, smooth strokes. Brimming with hot stones, warm towels, and organic massage oils, the signature renewal massage melts stress faster than a sunbeam’s lullaby. This service can be tailored to a variety of goals, including pain relief and sports performance, using a custom blend of Swedish massage, acupressure, reflexology, and trigger-point therapy. Guests may also unwind in a full-spectrum infrared sauna that helps soothe sore muscles and extract pent-up toxins.
Of the more than 5,000 surgeries Dr. Pramit Malhotra has performed during his career, safety and natural-looking results have been his top priorities during each. To this day, the experienced plastic surgeon ensures these priorities by using advanced technology, including CoolSculpting by Zeltiq liposuction treatments, noninvasive dermal fillers, and quick-recovery postsurgery methods. These techniques have also helped Dr. Malhotra win such awards as Top Doctor 2010 from Realself.com, Best of Ann Arbor Cosmetic Surgeon in 2012, and best plastic surgeon in the 2014 Best of Washtenaw County awards.
Relaxation & Ultimate Bodywork immerses clients in an extensive selection of holistic spa treatments designed to calm the mind, body, and spirit. A collection of seven traditional massage therapies includes deep-tissue and pregnancy modalities. The therapeutic massage focuses on improving the client's range of motion, and the golfer's delight massage targets areas strained from frequenting the links, from twisted lower backs to shoulders cramped from carrying around a golf cart.
Each LaVida Massage location is a comfortable place that invites people of all ages, genders, and shoe sizes to unwind and improve their emotional, physical, and immiscible well-beings. During a 60-minute deep tissue massage session, one of LaVida’s skilled deck hands will untangle back knots by applying firm pressure to the deepest layers of soft tissue. Targeting specific muscle groups causes concentrated pain and soreness relief. If your face rather than your muscles are on your mind, opt for the LaVida facial. This therapeutic treatment reduces fine lines and wrinkles and gives dermises a deep cleaning.
Though you can always stop in for a check-up at Canton Family Medicine, Medical Spa & Wellness Center, owner and Doctor Miguel Granados isn't just here to stop cases of the sniffles. Instead, he and his team have built a space for overall wellness and health. This includes traditional doctor's office staples such as health screenings and weight-loss advice, as well as more spa-like treatments such as laser hair removal and dermatological skin care. The office even has massage therapists on staff, who help ease stress to promote better physical and mental health without the use of medication or videos of people not recognizing their own family crest.