Release your tension with a personalized spa treatment from Los Altos' Murphy Michael-Rolfer.
Home to a variety of massage services, this spa is a prime choice for your next massage.
To avoid lines and accommodate guests in a timely manner, this spa serves all guests on an appointment-only basis.
You may have to pay quite a bit upfront, but the treatments here are totally worth it.
Murphy Michael-Rolfer's alternative approach will have you back on your feet in no time when you're not feeling well, so keep its number handy.
Rami Kouhana has devoted the last 20 years of his life healing others using holistic therapies. He combines bodywork, energy work, therapeutic movements, and meditation practices into custom sessions that combat chronic pain, both physical and mental. Sessions can include a shiatsu massage or yoga poses supplemented with spiritual life coaching. Rami also is well versed in tai chi and dance.
Injuries can happen when you least expect it. The chiropractors at Vitality Health Service in Fremont are here when you need them the most.
Looking for a mid-week pick-me-up? Treat yourself to a relaxing massage, such as deep tissue and Swedish.
This chiropractor's wonderful beauty services are all available to you by appointment.
Major credit cards are accepted as a form of payment, so patrons are advised to charge responsibly.
If you're driving, be sure to take advantage of the nearby lot.
So take the first step to relieving your pain and schedule an appointment with a chiropractor at Vitality Health Service.
1976 was the United States' 200th birthday. It was the year the $2 bill was issued and the VHS was introduced. It was also the year that licensed acupuncturist and body mender Phil Caylor founded and instructed at one of the first massage schools in Santa Cruz. Now with more than 40 years of experience, Phil expertly slackens musculature with an ample repertoire of techniques.
Initial assessments of the body's overall health may segue into acupuncture to unblock energy flow or into the long, flowing strokes of Swedish massage to ease full-body tension. Whether releasing knots with firm deep-tissue techniques or investigating organ function with nutritional response testing, Phil complements his sessions with relaxation training to ensure wellness at home and pinky-lift training to prevent embarrassment at tea parties.
Vanity Skin Care's owner and chief aesthetician gifts women with a break from the world, and the chance to return to it feeling beautiful. She maintains a clean, peaceful spa, without a speck of dust to distract from her clients during treatments. There, she soothes skin with an array of facials and peels that reduce the appearance of sun spots, wrinkles, and acne. She also provides an array of waxing services to remove extra hair from faces and limbs where it could distract people while they are driving or turning cartwheels down the street.
In his late 20s, years of rock climbing had taken a toll on Eric Maklan’s body, leaving him with a neck pain that made it difficult to move. Rather than accept these new limitations, Eric went searching for answers. He soon found them in the Rolf Method of Structural Integration—a form of bodywork that aims to open restricted tissues and align the body to the gravitational field. Now a certified Rolfer with more than 1,000 training hours, Eric specializes in treating injuries and uses a holistic approach to help alleviate aches and chronic pain.