When you're not feeling well, the staff at Ariana Institute in Austin can help you choose the best medical treatment for your symptoms.
Keep your skin feeling and feeling clean with a professional skin care treatment.
Professionals know how to get deep down and hit the right spots when giving massages. Experience one yourself at this clinic.
Ariana Institute provides exceptional and gentle medical treatments, such as physicals and medical checkups.
When you need medical advice from a professional doctor, you can turn to Ariana Institute.
The skincare specialists of MEDermis Facials rarely distract themselves with fad facials and hot new treatments. That's because they've found one treatment to be the most effective way to diminish fine lines, wrinkles, acne scars, and pigment problems: medical microdermabrasion. Their microdermabrasion system of choice is the Parisian Peel, a device that buffs dead skin cells with a stream of microcrystals, sweeps them away with gentle vacuum suction, and puts them to rest with the help of a tiny Grim Reaper. In about 30 minutes, the treatment can help soften signs of aging and jump-start the skin's collagen production, and doesn't require the downtime of chemical peels or surgery. To nourish the newly revealed layer of skin, MEDermis Facials carries the DermaMedics line of anti-aging skincare formulas.
When it comes to bodily tension, licensed massage therapist Lindsay Lee McKendrick understands there's usually more at play than muscle knots. That's why she often pairs traditional massage treatments with holistic techniques, which aims to expunge toxic, stress-breeding energies from freshly relaxed limbs.
Once visitors pass through the teal door and step into Excellence In Touch, a tranquil space decorated with purple walls, bright paper lanterns, and a gurgling fountain helps guests transition from the busy city outside to the calm that massages, reiki, and reflexology treatments promote. Licensed massage therapist Kathy Casey opened the office as a place to both provide her services and teach students the healing possibilities of touch. A Reiki Master with certification to work at all three levels of integrated energy therapy, she believes that massage and similar treatments hold physical and emotional benefits such as stress reduction, muscle-ache relief, and being able to see through walls. She offers many modalities of massage as well as neuromuscular therapy, reflexology, chakra balancing, myofascial release, and energy therapies.
The Austin Bodyworker focuses on promoting healing so that patrons can feel and perform their best. To do so, the team of massage therapists employ a variety of bodywork modalities. Read on to learn more about a few.
Myofascial-release therapy: Fascia, or the tissue connecting the body's structures can easily become restricted, causing pain. This therapeutic method helps relax restrictions, allowing for greater movement with less pain.
Neuromuscular therapy: Used to restore balance to the musculoskeletal and nervous systems, this technique applies pressure to specific areas of irritation, known as trigger points, to assuage pain.
Prenatal massage: Designed to ease the discomforts associated with pregnancy, this approach helps enhance joint and muscle function, improve circulation, and alleviate fatigue.
Soothing music and hints of aromatherapy float through the air at Beyond Beauty Day Spa, where a duo of aestheticians and a licensed massage therapist rejuvenate both mind and body. A deep turquoise color saturates the walls, creating a calm environment similar to that of an ocean-side patio or getting trapped inside a Tiffany box.
Aestheticians Amy and Olga, who have 16 and 40 years of experience, respectively, perform nine custom facials, reviving skin with everything from rosemary and basil to gentle hyaluronic-acid serums. They can also remove unwanted hair with waxing or sugaring techniques, as well as dress up nails during spa manicures and pedicures. Meanwhile, Veronica, the massage therapist, distributes her skills across backs and shoulders by means of Swedish, deep-tissue, and neuromuscular sessions that can last between 15 and 90 minutes.