Reflexology in Saint Matthews


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  • Vital Touch Spa
    At Vital Touch Spa, the team focuses first and foremost on massage. Dana Bryant has worked in the holistic health field for over 10 years and has extensive experience in several modalities such as Eastern massage and deep-tissue, while Krissy Archer has specialized relaxation certifications?she practices positional release therapy and the ultra-soothing soft-tissue melting therapy. Together, the two make up a formidable massage team, assuaging aches and pains with hot-stone, Swedish, and aromatherapy kneads. They round out their massage sessions with other relaxing treatments, such as detoxing body wraps and hydrating paraffin treatments for the hands and feet.
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    253 Spring Street
    Jeffersonville, IN US
  • Massage by Sarah
    Sarah, the trained hands behind Massage by Sarah, offers more than two handfuls of upgrades to her Swedish, sports, and deep-tissue massages. Her sessions can be complemented with nearly a dozen extras, including heated stones, hot towels, a full-body salt glow, and skin-softening paraffin wax.
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    827 Eastern Blvd
    Clarksville, IN US
  • Motus Massage Therapy
    Licensed massage therapists, rehab therapists, and certified Kinesio Taping practitioner Lane Alexander ? lauded in Advance Healing ?entered the world of therapeutic massage after suffering from the aches and pains of his former job as a commercial contractor. More than 600 hours of training later and with certification from the Kinesio Taping Association, he now helps his clients incorporate massage as an integral part of making sure bodies and minds function properly and handle stress healthfully. Specializing in athlete care including athletic-performance-focused and injury-treatment-geared massages, he works to treat injuries and maximize biomechanical function with assessments and bodywork treatments. The center's certified license massage therapist, Dena also relaxes tense sinews with Swedish and sports massages and offers deeper relaxation through her specialties such as deep tissue and trigger point massage therapies.
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    4800 Sherburn Lane
    Louisville, KY US
  • Seasons Light Therapy
    Seasons Light Therapy's team of aestheticians harnesses the restorative powers of noninvasive light to tone tired faces and banish skin discoloration. The succinct menu boasts LumiLift treatments, also known as nonsurgical face-lifts, during which strobes of pulsating light and micronized currents travel deep into the dermis to stimulate collagen production and tighten slack muscles without stern reprimands. Clients can also settle under the LumiFacial's Soli-Tone wraparound panel, which, like a malfunctioning rainbow, emits four different colors of healing light. Taking in these vibrant rays has been shown to reduce the appearance of sun damage, fine lines, and acne. Microdermabrasion treatments also target these epidermal symptoms, smoothing over skin with fine sprays of exfoliating mineral crystals.
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    11714 Old Shelbyville Road
    Louisville, KY US
  • Lebliss Salon and Spa
    LeBliss Salon & Spa preens and waxes the hair of unkempt customers with a selection of expertly administered and personalized hair-care services and waxing options. Highly trained hair masters speedily snip scalp strands ($30 and up for women, $20 and up for men), and excel at touching up beards and bangs ($10) to disguise the results of using hedge trimmers at home. A shampoo and style (starting at $25) will leave follicles fresh and sprightly, and coloring ($45 and up), highlights ($55 and up), or glosses ($25 and up) throw a cherry on top of the head sundae. If face parts have become overrun by wild fur, LeBliss can wax brows, lips, and chins ($12 each). Give your body a break and surrender to an hour of deliberate strokes and direct muscle pressure with a signature full-body massage ($69 for 60 minutes) or let LeBliss pamper your phalanges with a spa manicure ($32) or pedicure ($62).
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    3743 Lexington Rd
    Louisville, KY US
  • A Breath of Serenity
    A Breath of Serenity co-owners Elizabeth Rackley and Marie Brown decided to open their own massage business after feeling constrained while working for others. "We both wanted more say in how customer service was carried out," Elizabeth says. "We wanted customer service to be top priority and profits to be second." That customer-focused mindset permeates all they do. When guests arrive for therapeutic massages, the healing gurus have them fill out a questionnaire to get to the bottom of aches and pains. "We go over it with you and we discuss, what's bothering you? What's going on? What kind of work do you do?" Elizabeth says. "And then we combine multiple modalities … into what that client needs." If something hurts, is too soft, or clients ever feel uncomfortable, she says the therapists want their clients to speak up so they can adjust their techniques accordingly. During deep-tissue massages, the muscle menders take their time and use gentle pressure to bypass the pain sometimes associated with that modality. They can also customize couples massages with gourmet chocolates, rose petals, candlelight, and violas charmed to play themselves on request. Soft, relaxing music saturates the air during each session, but Elizabeth says that—like everything else—this can be personalized to what the customer wants. "If they have a special CD and they want to bring it, bring it," she says.
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    117 S Hubbards Ln.
    Louisville, KY US