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  • Elements Massage
    Elements Massage fends off unnecessary medical procedures with soothing techniques that trigger the body's natural healing abilities. Clients are paired with therapists who assess their specific aches and health conditions. They then use four levels of pressure and a blend of up to six modalities, such as deep-tissue, Swedish massage, and finger ballet, to create a customized massage. Their soothing kneads combat pain, loosen tight limbs, and disperse oxygen and nutrients throughout the body.
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    10020 Lima Road
    Fort Wayne, IN US
  • Faiz One Med Spa
    Board-certified in family medicine, Dr. Faiz Shareef believes good health requires a multidisciplinary approach that addresses physical and emotional needs. To create an environment that caters to all aspects of holistic well-being, he assembled staff members who specialize in everything from aesthetics and massage to fitness and weight loss. The technicians refine skin tone and texture with laser treatments, and the fitness instructors bolster confidence while leading core-toning and limb-lengthening yoga, Pilates, and Zumba classes. Bodywork services, such as therapeutic massage and acupuncture, target the chronic aches and pains caused by daily stress or nightly caber-toss competitions, and the center’s weight-loss plans motivate patients to live healthier lifestyles.
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    9460 Calumet Avenue
    Munster, IN US
  • Health Foot Massage
    The term reflexology may conjure images of gentle knee taps at the doctor's office, but the practice has been a comprehensive form of Chinese healing for thousands of years. Health Foot Massage practitioners channel that therapeutic art during their private massage sessions. They begin with a consultation to determine the client's source of lingering stress. Afterward, they administer deliberate pressure to acupuncture points in the feet that are believed to be linked to deeper bodily aches. The benefits can be diverse, often ranging from fatigue and stress relief to improved metabolism, circulation, and flying ability.
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    3319 Ridge Rd.
    Lansing, IL US
  • BodyTrippin' Massage Chicago
    Five Things to Know About BodyTrippin’ Massage Chicago Jaye Wingstrom is the kind of massage therapist who gets right to the point, as evidenced by the greeting on her website: “If you are looking for a glass of wine, food, cookies, a sauna, Jacuzzi, a plush spa robe … stop reading.” It’s not that she doesn’t want her clients to relax, she’s just more interested in getting to the root of the problem, whether it’s a nagging injury, chronic tension, or surgical recovery. Read on to learn more about her no-frills approach to massage: It’s a one-woman show. Jaye runs her own studio in the Ravenswood neighborhood, where’s she’s the sole practitioner and scheduler. This enables her to get to know her clients from the first interaction, and learn more about them during consultations that cover medical and other physical history. She relies solely on her technique. Extras like hot stones and aromatherapy aren’t really Jaye’s speed. She likes to be as hands-on as possible, whether by using trigger-point therapy to target isolated spasms, or prepping marathon runners with sports massage. She does have one “gizmo”. Jaye recently invested in a Comfort Craft massage table she likens to a “Swiss army knife”. The table’s adjustable segments stretch the body, which can help with everything from spinal decompression to lower-back tension. She’s down to teach you a few things. Jaye got her start as a Health and P.E. teacher for K-12 students, and after taking up massage therapy, became an adjunct instructor at a massage school. She’s all about teaching you useful tools you can implement post-massage in order to feel better in your day-to-day. She’ll even teach you to stand up straight with her postural alignment therapy. She’ll let you play DJ. “If you can’t relax to anything but hippie fun music or death metal, go ahead and bring it on your iPod,” Jaye says.
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    5115 North Ravenswood Avenue
    Chicago, IL US
  • Balancing Point
    Dr. Chung's interest in holistic remedies stretches back to her childhood in South Korea, when her parents would use acupuncture and medical teas to treat common maladies. As she grew older, Dr. Chung turned this interest into a profession with a BS degree from Ball State University, followed by a doctoral degree in chiropractic and certificate in acupuncture from National University of Health Science. When she founded Balancing Point Center for Wellness in 2000, Dr. Chung sought to create a wellness center that treats the individual as a whole, not just a list of symptoms. Along with her team, Dr. Chung addresses her patients' complete mental and physical health, including digestive, respiratory, weight loss, and emotional issues. Acupuncture and chiropractic care remain the doctor's specialties, but she also incorporates other Western and Eastern treatments when necessary. This might mean designing individually customized medical weight-loss programs, administering various massage therapies, or even treating pain with a non-invasive device that sends out small shockwaves.
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    4753 N Broadway Street Suite 101
    Chicago, IL US
  • Urban Oasis Maple St.
    "I'm so thankful for her touch"; "the only place I go"; "I felt like a whole new person after my massage"; "she was a miracle worker." This is just a small sample of the praise that's been heaped upon Urban Oasis and the massage therapists who, apparently, work miracles there. It's no wonder clients are such believers—the staff are, too. Many of the spa's approximately 60 therapists have worked at UO for a decade or more, citing the calming environment and creative freedom as elements that keep them inspired. The creative freedom is especially important, as UO is committed to massage as a path to wellness, not some lavish indulgence. Practitioners are able to draw from whatever modalities will best suit their clients' needs, from familiar hot-stone and deep-tissue techniques to the less common practices of ashiatsu and reflexology. That's not to say UO sacrifices luxury for results—before appointments, guests retreat to private changing rooms equipped with one of three types of showers (steam, rain, or spray). From there, they sip on fresh juice or herbal tea in a lounge that's kept quiet thanks to a ban on cell phones, young children, and bulldozers.
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    12 West Maple Street
    Chicago, IL US

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