What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
Abdominal massage for fertility assistance, women's reproductive health and digestion, prenatal and postpartum massage, Indian head massage, Lomi Lomi Hawaiian massage, zen shiatsu/ acupressure, thai yoga massage, and
scar tissue release.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
My studio practice unfolded as a result of my own need for physical healing. I had turned to massage to ease chronic pain from car accidents I experienced as a child. The full story was captured on video at our former location.
What do you love most about your job?
I am presented with opportunities to enhance the quality of life for each client. Massage adjusts perspective, in my work we uncover the origins of discomfort patterns and implement subtle changes to improve their lives. Seeing a client move beyond pain management to enjoy life fully is amazing.
What is the best reaction you've ever gotten from a customer?
A new client arrived unenthusiastically with a gift certificate from his wife. He was uncomfortable being touched and felt massage was a frivolous luxury. After a few minutes of neck massage the man asked how he could book regular massages for he and his wife.
After a busy day at work, school, or other engagements, Toppers Spa/Salon and its staff aims to make visitors feel that they are a world away. They take customers' time seriously, and when they check in, it's that staff's mission to make the visit all about their clientele. Since 1981, Toppers Spa/Salon has watched, listened to, and learned from their customers, resulting in a menu stacked with services for numerous needs and desires. The staff encourages visitors to take time for themselves and escape from busy and at times stressful work and home lives with salon and spa services that both relax and beautify. Take the Just Chill and Melt massage as the perfect examples, or a Get Pure body wrap that smoothes, detoxifies, and hydrates, like a juice cleanse for the skin. Daylong spa experiences allow dedicated downtime, focusing on recharging guests' internal batteries.
At Balance Health Center, balance is the central philosophy and comes into play through many of the center's services. During both private and group yoga classes,
instructors teach students to hold asanas to strengthen their core muscles and tone their bodies. The ancient practice is also renown for helping harmonize the mind, body, and spirit through physical exercise and meditation, which helps practitioners with stress relief and balancing both physical and spiritual needs.
But the health center doesn't offers more than yoga to meet those goals. The team here takes a holistic approach in all their practices, whether they are offering workshops on Feng Shui or acupuncturists are administering their procedures to tackle issues such as insomnia or a crippling fear of acupuncture needles.
Dmitriy Khelemskiy, a licensed acupuncturist and massage therapist, of DK Acupuncture & Massage Therapy, PC allays bodily maladies with techniques that have existed for centuries. He and his staff practice acupuncture, cupping, herbal medicine, and massage therapy to help clients cope with a range of both emotional
and physical ailments, from stress and depression to migraines, digestive issues, and back pain due to sleeping under your bed to outsmart the Boogeyman. Each of these noninvasive techniques rely on the body's self-healing properties, and over the course of multiple appointments, their effects are designed to help the body gradually restore balance.
The team at Bella Medspa comprises osteopathic physicians, nurses, laser technicians, and medical aestheticians, all of whom focus their skills on restoring youthful facets to faces. They use DiamondTome microdermabrasion technology to buff away dead skin cells and minimize age spots, and beauty injections to tame wrinkles and plump up features that have lost volume. Different injections, along with IPL treatments, help to reduce signs of aging, whereas flashes of laser light zap unwanted body hair on nearly any area of the anatomy.
As a certified shiatsu practitioner, massage therapist Robert Sprinkle bases his massage strokes on the same meridian points used by acupuncturists. Doing so allows him to achieve what he considers the ultimate goal of any massage: to return the body to its natural state of relaxation. Tapping into more than 20 massage modalities, he customizes strokes to accommodate a range of bodily needs, such as relieving localized pain, migraines, and low immunity.