The licensed massage therapists at Alternative Massage & Meditation work to offer pain and stress relief for their clients. At this soothing, quiet meditation and massage studio, clients can have a Thai massage, during which the therapist gently moves the body into yoga-like stretches to increase flexibility and relieve chronic aches. The therapists also perform cupping session, during which suction is used to relax muscles and increase circulation. Deep-tissue massage is also available to help stressed out backs relax via focused pressure that gets deep into sore and tight muscles.
The therapists of Living Health Center for Wellness believe in the healing power of touch, applying it everyday in personalized massage sessions that help clients manage everything from daily stress to lingering injuries. Each session typically draws draws upon multiple modalities tailored to each person. Techniques may jump from lymphatic drainage to reflexology, and then end with relaxing Swedish bodywork. These custom regimens invite a host of benefits that may range from a more relaxed outlook to healthier digestion. Beyond massage, Living Health's practitioners also specialize in midwife services to help women through all nine months of pregnancy.
Asian massage therapist at AA1 offers both Eastern and Western styles of massage, with a treatment menu that includes Swedish, Thai, and Esalan treatments. The diversity is meant to accommodate any number of reasons one might visit, from a sore back to a stressful week to a sluggish thyroid.
When Michelle J. Alley decided to expand her career in massage to include holistic therapies such as acupuncture and Oriental medicine, she didn't just enroll in a local school. She hopped on a plane to Tokyo, where she studied Toyo Hari—a specialized form of acupuncture—under 40 of its senior practitioners. Back in America, she now serves as a member of the Toyo Hari Association's North American contingent.
At her wellness clinic, Altamonte Acupuncture, Michelle administers a vast range of services that integrates both massage and acupuncture. Other treatments include gua sha cupping therapy and reflexology, which, like acupuncture, are focused on improving whole-body function by boosting circulation and clearing stagnant energy. Because her services can ease the symptoms of a wide variety of ailments, loyal clients include everyone from athletes with chronic soreness to war veterans with injury-related pain.
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At Majestic Skin and Massage, it’s all about individuality. The team of massage therapists and aestheticians believes that no two people share identical skin types or muscular tension, and thus, no two people should receive identical facials or massages. Clients can pick from an extensive lineup of facials geared toward specific facial concerns, such as wrinkles, acne, or sensitive skin, before the aesthetician further customizes the treatment to fit the client’s unique skin type. Similarly, four massage modalities, including Thai, therapeutic, and chair massage, converge to root out kinks with tailored strokes that render each muscle softer than a pillow stuffed with smaller pillows.