Therapist Michael Vasta uses a combination of shiatsu and Thai techniques to soothe ailing muscles.
Therapists uses passive stretching, gentle Thai pressure, or gliding ashiatsu strokes to alleviate tension and stress.
Clients relax during traditional massages or learn how to massage their significant other during classes.
Clients breathe in microscopic Himalayan salt particles during 45-minute sessions that promote well-being
Stylists add sparkle to hair, faces, and nails with a glittery makeover package or during a party package
Therapeutic massage blends multiple styles, helping improve circulation, range of motion, and recovery of damaged tissue.
Himalayan Salt Room Therapy improves health and mood and provides relief to respiratory conditions such as asthma and sinus congestion
Physical chiropractic exam, MyoVision spinal scan, and foot scan help evaluate spinal and postural health; massage treats identified issues.
Massage can be more than just relaxing; it can actually correct physical issues such as chronic pain.
Heated stone help release tension during a massage; alternative therapies like gua sha and cupping aim to reduce pain and inflammation.
Treat pain, allergies, stress, and other maladies with a natural, ancient technique
Patients undergo full chiropractic exam that may include x-rays and an adjustment, or experience a therapeutic deep-tissue massage.
Multilevel 40,000 sq. ft. Korean spa pampers guests 24/7 with hot and cold saunas and the recently reopened bulhanjeungmok sweat room
Practitioners gently massage away aches and tension or work to balance energy levels with reiki treatments.
$75 for a spa pass for one and a choice of any one spa service (body scrub, massage, or facial); valid any day ($95 value).
Clients relax in zero-gravity lounge chairs, breathing in salt-infused air that helps alleviate symptoms of respiratory and skin conditions
Therapists use gentle, flowing strokes during Swedish massages or slow strokes and deep pressure during therapeutic massages.
Steven Waldman helps clients relax during deep-tissue or Swedish massages.
Licensed acupuncturist draws from traditional and specialized techniques to help ease symptoms of illness and discomfort
Professional staff promotes well-being with services like hot-stone massages and gua sha, which stimulates blood flow .
Clients can pamper themselves with a variety of spa services, from sunless tanning sessions to HydroMassage sessions
Customers spend a day indulging in spa treatments, such as Swedish massages, exfoliating body scrubs, and hydrotherapy tub sessions.
Two 60-Minute Foot Reflexology and Head/Scalp Massages.
Chiropractor investigates the causes of headaches, back pain, and other ailments and assuages muscle aches with massage.
Massage therapists ease muscle tension with hands on techniques to help improve clients well being.
Chiropractor Jessica Kennedy examines patients’ spines for proper alignment before one-hour massages help alleviate their discomfort.
Spa staff refresh and balance complexions with facials or pamper bodies from head to toe during massages.
$41 for one 60-minute massage with hot stones or aromatherpy ($85 value).
$45 for one 60-minute hot stone massage ($80 value).
After a thorough consultation and examination by the doctor, clients can relax during a customized therapeutic massage.
Board-certified oriental-medicine specialist uses tiny needles to stimulate key nerves and balance the body's internal flow of energy
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