Main Street Health & Wellness has two licensed massage therapists on staff - Sarah Littleton, and Christina O'Shia. Together, they perform an array of massages, including deep-tissue, prenatal, and hot stone, which uses smooth stones to release tension and bring clients closer to their sediment-based ancestors. Littleton and O'Shia also perform facials, aromatherapy, and other spa services. On top of these relaxing services, the studio, which is located inside Life Thyme Botanicals, also hosts yoga instructor Ramie Haas to teach a class now and again.
Led by licensed massage therapist Andrea Swearingen, Full Circle Massage + Body offers plenty of ways to help you feel relaxed and refreshed. Stop by for a traditional Swedish massage, go more intense with a deep-tissue massage, or prep for baby's arrival with a prenatal massage. Afterwards, take advantage of Full Circle's aesthetic services by treating yourself to a mini or full-force facial or vanquishing extra hair with the aid of waxing.
Before Doctor of Chiropractic Steve Miller founded Healing Hands Chiropractic, he excelled in a different arena—basketball. The one-time hoops player from Canada parlayed his love of sports into a career as an athletic trainer, which allowed him to develop therapeutic methods for alleviating the physical maladies of his teammates. This hands-on approach to healing rivaled the kinesthetic euphoria of bounding across the gleaming hardwood court, and inspired him to pursue massage and chiropractic licensing in order to infuse clients with relaxation and assist in recovery from injuries.
Dr. Miller or massage therapist Paula Liberty leads guests past floor-to-ceiling-windows, models of healthy spines, and sketches of what Gumby's spine might look like before inquiring into individual issues and applying a variety of modalities. Dr. Miller educates patrons in free, biweekly seminars on health-related subjects such as yoga, cholesterol reduction, and peace treaties with bees, and also organizes food and coat drives for those in need.
Embrace Nature LLC's massage therapist, Pamela Summer, is certified in everything from prenatal to geriatric massage. With the aid of 100% natural products—such as herbal balms, salt lamps, and vegetable oil candles—she sets a tranquil scene for clients to lay back, relax, and watch their stress float away like a balloon animal freed from its cage. The massage menu runs the gamut from therapeutic bodywork to relaxing, spa-like massages, including hot stone, neuromuscular, and craniosacral therapy. Embrace Nature also offers doula services that provide physical, emotional, and informational support to future parents during the childbirth process.
Rhonda Durham LMT knows a few things about healing. Coming from seven generations of healers herself, she literally grew up honing her intuitive touch. Her earliest professional training began in earnest in 1988 when she gained expertise in reflexology, chakra, and quantum mechanics—a scientific field. This early exposure to the complexities of quantum physics and energy healing formed a solid basis for her continuing development. Today, Rhonda helps her clients bring their minds and bodies into harmony with more than 20 holistic wellness techniques. These include soothing massage, micro-current point stimulation, neuromyofascial pain management, to advanced energy practices.
Priding themselves on their dedication to continued education, the staff of Kailonie's Salon and Spa stays up-to-date on the latest trends in beauty services ranging from hairstyles to tanning and fitness. Out on the floor, hairstylists perform custom color treatments, and nail technicians render mint-scented manicures to ward off nail-biter breath. Meanwhile, tucked away in private rooms, aestheticians complete a host of facials that clarify and hydrate skin, or use wax to oust unwanted hairs. Tthe fitness center located inside the salon is free to cancer survivors.