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  • Dr. Leanda
    For more than 17 years, naturopathic practitioner Leanda Morring—known simply as Dr. Leanda by her clients—has been healing and helping people with healing herbs, homemade remedies, and a gentle touch. Dr. Leanda blends aromatherapy with thai massage, or botanical detox strategies with reiki energy healing. She also shares her prodigious knowledge through continuing-education classes in vegetarian cooking, natural nutrition, and the production of homemade soaps, shampoos, and carpet cleaners.
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    12515 Warwick Blvd.
    Newport News, VA US
  • Zenya Yoga & Massage Studio
    Boost your energy, strength, and sync your mind and body when you opt for a workout at Newport News' Zenya Yoga and Message Studio. You'll be shocked by the sheer number of sweat glands you never knew you had when you attend a hot yoga class at Zenya Yoga and Message Studio. Switch up your workout routine and sculpt and strengthen your body with a barre fitness class. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    101 Herman Melville Ave.
    Newport News, VA US
  • Body Therapy of Virginia Beach
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Body Therapy of Virginia Beach facet_type_id: a4fc1dd0-5f3e-1032-bbb3-20ef5f0f4253 html_text: For head-to-toe pampering, clients needn't look any further than Body Therapy of Virginia Beach. The spa's certified massage therapist and master aesthetician performs invigorating facials, therapeutic massages, and revitalizing paraffin foot treatments under the same roof.
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    3500 Virginia Beach Blvd, Suite 304
    Virginia Beach, VA US
  • Williamsburg Wellness Center
    Unlike most doctors, Doctor of Chiropractic Pamela Ruescher of Williamsburg Wellness Center doesn't wait until health issues appear to treat them. That's because she's not like most doctors—Reuscher is a doctor of chiropractic. She and her staff help stave off illness and pain with preventative services. One method of prevention is maintaining a healthy weight through diet and exercise, so the center helps clients jump-start this process with cleansing programs, nutritional counseling, and laser-lipo treatments.
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    One Ford's Colony Road
    Williamsburg, VA US
  • Bardos Massage and Wellness
    In Tibet, the word "bardos" means "an interval between two things," an escape from external pressures. Certified massage therapist Jamie LaNeave helps clients suspend day-to-day cares through relaxing, holistic hands-on therapies. Before she became a massage therapist, LaNeave learned the strengths and limitations of the body's muscles and tendons during 25 years as a professional dancer. Armed with this understanding, she sees massage therapy as a way to help the body overcome chronic pain through physical manipulation of soft tissue. All of the practitioners are also trained in neuromuscular therapy and and MediCupping, which can help ease chronic back pain. Most importantly, LaNeave identifies each patient's issues early on and helps build a plan to help them with whatever treatments are necessary. Bardos Massage and Wellness also offers a variety of detox treatments, like far-infrared sauna therapy, as well as raw food nutrition counseling, targeting symptoms depression and chronic pain disorders.
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    4124 E Parham Rd.
    Richmond, VA US
  • Richmond Printing Service
    Massage therapy is not a one-size-fits-all treatment. With her experience working everywhere from hotel spas to sports-focused chiropractic centers, Hilary Rinsland recognizes the role that massage can play in relaxing overstressed muscles, relieving chronic pain, or addressing any number of holistic concerns. Hilary's certification in numerous therapeutic modalities allows her to better identify a client's particular needs to determine the most-fitting techniques from her arsenal of careful kneading and direct-pressure maneuvers. Deep-tissue strokes and trigger-point therapy can unfurl tightly knotted muscles, but Hilary can also rely on centuries-old Thai massage techniques as she restores energetic balance throughout the body. Although light oils and massage lotions can accentuate the modalities' effects, Hilary also plays soft music from time to time, which allows clients to either relax or sing along to remixed versions of presidential debates.
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    1806 W Broad St
    Richmond, VA US