Body Treatments/Massage

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Body Treatments.

SilkPeel™  is a breakthrough system that combines precision non-invasive exfoliation with Dermalinfusion™, deep delivery of skin-specific solutions, to improve and revitalize the skin. 

Your skin care professional will choose one or more of  specialized treatment serums, formulated to address a your skins condition. The SilkPeel™ infuses these products deep into the skin where they are most effective. The solution doesn’t just sit on top of your skin like a lotion or cream would, instead the patented SilkPeel™ handpiece deeply delivers the vitamins, antioxidants and other therapeutic ingredients that you skin needs most. The proprietary formulations absorb down to where they will be most effective in brightening, clarifying, and hydrating your skin. Dermalinfusion™ optimizes the benefits of exfoliation and the effects of the serums without the often uncomfortable and painful effects that people experience with most peels. If you have more than one skin condition that you would like to address, your skin care professional  may choose to pair multiple serums together, providing you with a customized regiment that completely targets your skin’s individual needs. And because SilkPeel™ technology combines several different benefits in a single procedure, you can achieve more youthful skin in less time and see noticeable improvements with each and every session.

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Body Wraps.

Thermojet  Infrared Body Wrap System is the first to use both “short” and “long” infrared rays, resulting in shorter session times and treatments that are more effective. Obesity and cellulite disorders are very different. Cellulite is a problem of the fat tissue; whereas, obesity is an accumulation of fat excess. Thermojet Plus treatment may be used to treat both conditions.  Click on Link for more information.
The Infrared Body Wrap Therapy has produced outstanding results on the following:

Weight and Inch Loss            Cellulite Reduction
Pain Relief                               Elimination of Toxins
Backache                                 Menstrual Cramps
Shoulder Stiffness                  Blood Circulation
Insomnia                                 Arthritis

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Therapeutic Massage

Therapeutic massage sessions are setup quite differently from a spa massage. The setting may be a clinic, hospital or private practice office. A first time client may spend extra time at his or her session to complete a very thorough intake form detailing current and past health complaints. This type of session may retain a large relaxation element to it, but advanced techniques are likely to be used for pain and chronic health issues. A therapeutic or clinical massage practitioner will see a client very frequently for the first few weeks or months. This might include half hour massages three times a week, or weekly hour massages for a couple of months. Advanced techniques such as deep tissue massage and trigger point therapy may be used in a more clinical setting.

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Rain Drop Therapy

Raindrop Therapy combines aromatherapy, reflexology, and more to create a healing and cleansing massage.  The purpose of the therapy is to bring total balance, a sense of harmony, and body wellness including mental, physical, and emotional through the techniques used.  The premise behind this massage therapy is that the use of specific antimicrobial oils applied in a particular sequence with various techniques will reduce the body’s inflammations and destroy any viral presence.  Although the original theory behind this is to heal problems of the spine, modifications can be incorporated into the therapy to treat other conditions.  Discovered through the research of D. Gary Young in the 1980s, raindrop therapy focuses on the application of a number of specific essential oils to various parts of the body through a combination of techniques.

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A natural healing art based on the principle that there are reflexes in the feet, hands and ears and their referral areas within zone related areas, which correspond to every part, gland and organ of the body. Through application of pressure on these reflexes without the use of tools, crèmes or lotions, the feet being the primary area of application, reflexology relieves tension, improves circulation and helps promote the natural function of the related areas of the body.

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