Cloud 9 Chiropractic and Day Spa
Members of Heart of the Rockies Chamber of Commerce welcome Cloud 9 Chiropractic and Day Spa to chamber membership. From left front are Karin Naccarato, Martha Dyer, Dr. Lauren Rayfield, Lindsey Cowherd, Lori Wilson, Brandon Slate, Donna Coupland and Darryl Webb. Back: Dave Chelf, Theresa Casey, Sandy Rhoades, Charlie Alexander, Lori Oliver, Ayla Blackburn, Dave Potts, Ken Leisher and Jason Gobin.
Posted: Friday, October 18, 2013 8:14 am
Cloud 9 Chiropractic and Day Spa
Heart of the Rockies Chamber of Commerce welcomed Cloud 9 Chiropractic and Day Spa to chamber membership at a recent ribbon-cutting.
Chiropractor Lauren Rayfield is the owner of the business at 7610 W. U.S. 50 in Salida.
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This week Tom Hanks revealed that he’s been diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes. He may be famous, but he’s far from alone. According to the American Diabetes Association, 8.3% of the population suffers from the disease. Diabetes can cause neuropathy which is responsible for the majority of non-traumatic lower limb amputations.
When Austin came to Body Beautiful Spa he was facing just such an outcome because of poor circulation in his feet. The neuropathy was debilitating and his toes had been purple for two years. This summer he had a few Cold Laser Pain Therapy sessions and tot only is the pain gone, but the purple toes turned pink within 3 days! And with no drugs, surgery or bad side-effects.
Whether through neuropathy or an injury to the body, damaged cells fail to function normally, resulting in pain. Cold laser therapy is a safe, FDA-approved treatment that has proven effective at stimulating repair quicker. Body Beautiful Spa uses the LaserTouchOne™ technology, which combines cold laser therapy and microcurrent stimulation to facilitate the healing and relief.
It’s a painless procedure, scheduled in multiple, 30-minute sessions for optimal results. A localized session can also be added to a 30-minute massage to address deep-tissue pain. All of our cold laser therapy clients have experienced relief!
Other conditions that have been traditionally treated with surgery and/or medication can also benefit from the cold laser therapy. They include:
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Auto Accident Injuries
The therapy is incredibly affordable, given the successful results and if the LaserTouchOne™ proves to be a must-have in your pain management, the device can also be purchased from Body Beautiful Spa.
‘Austins amazing story is a testament to the new technology and non-surgical options available to us. As a medical spa, Body Beautiful Spa is dedicated to offering the best treatments available to improve quality of life.
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There’s someone new to cuddle in Lea Michele’s life. On Tuesday the actress revealed on Twitter that she has adopted what appears to be a Pomeranian mix named Pearl.
This comes the day after she went makeup free for a spa day in LA where she got some much-needed RR.
It was only last week that she delivering a heart-wrenching performance on Glee that paid tribute to her late boyfriend Cory Monteith.
The ‘love of her life’: Lea Michele poses with her new dog Pearl who she introduced via Twitter on Tuesday
Ready for her closeup: The actress’ new pup sure knows how to pose for the camera
Her fur family: The star’s canine already has a friend to play with – her cat
Lea, who already has a black cat, posted three shots of her new fur child.
‘Today I would like to introduce you to Pearl,’ the singer wrote in a caption to one of the photos.
‘She’s 8 years old and is my new little love…Welcome Pearl!’
Next to a black-and-white photo of herself with her new animal she wrote, ‘Pearl’s first photo shoot.’ And by a photo of her cat and dog together she wrote, ‘My girls .’
Day at the spa: The singer exited The Sweat Shop without a spot of makeup on
Pampered: The spa the TV princess visited offers acupuncture, massage therapy and infrared sauna therapy
On Monday a double take was needed to make sure it was indeed the Emmy nominee leaving The Sweat Shop in LA.
She tried to hide behind gold-rimmed aviator sunglasses as she darted into a waiting white SUV, but there was no mistaking that was one of TV’s biggest stars without any makeup on and with her signature bangs pulled back.
It was nice to see she had a small smile on her face after having to deal with the emotional trauma of seeing Cory pass three months ago.
Door to door service: The beauty keeps her head down as she walks quickly toward a waiting white SUV
The talented singer displayed an
incredible body as she strode out of the spa.
Showing off her amazingly toned legs
in black sweatpants, she obviously is in the best shape of her life. A
white hooded sweater hung on her thin frame while black flip flops
showed off tanned (and tattooed) feet. A royal blue cross-chest purse
gave her black-and-white ensemble a flash of color.
She looked in a rush as she carried a stuffed paper bag and her white iPhone.
Lea at work: Pretty in pink as she poses for a promotional Glee shot
Amazing difference: The singer on Monday (left) and on October 8 (right)
The Sweat Shop sounds like a workout
studio, but it’s actually a full-service spa that has on its menu
massage therapy, infrared sauna treatments and acupuncture.
According to their website, the spa
also offers several treatments such as B12 injections, cayenne shots for
circulation, mineral shots for re-mineralization and Fulvic acid and
trace minerals ‘for maximum nutrient absorption.’
The company’s bio states that The
Sweat Shop ‘is designed to meet the needs of the busy urban
dweller, the 9-5 working professional, the “always on the move actor,” the “non-stop party musician.”‘
They promise to help their clients ‘burn calories while sitting still’ and ‘speed up your metabolism.’
It’s good to see the star relax a bit after an emotionally intense year.
After her boyfriend of two years was found dead in his Vancouver hotel in July, it was revealed that he passed from a heroin and alcohol overdose. The Glee tribute episode that aired October 10 was one of the series’ most watched.
Lea ‘still misses him every day,’ a source tells People. ‘She talks about Cory all the time.’
The same source added that the performer ‘doesn’t like to be
alone. Her friends have really been helping her through it. It’s getting
a little easier.’
They had so much love: The couple were happy during a fundraiser in June
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Knoxville TN, United States,
13 hours ago
I’m sure Lea is trying to move on. It would be awesome if the media would allow her to do that.
14 hours ago
Poor girl, she’s lost so much weight, I hope she’s getting in okay
Wilton, United States,
14 hours ago
My heart still breaks for her. Glad she is filling her life with more love!
15 hours ago
Anything that makes her smile is good enough for me. How refreshing to see a celebrity adopt a dog, and not a puppy. There are so many unwanted dogs out there, who are pushed aside for adorable little puppies…Lea has a really kind heart.,..
Montecito, United States,
15 hours ago
That dog is adorable!
New York City,
16 hours ago
London, United Kingdom,
16 hours ago
I don’t think an 8 year old dog is “a new puppy”, really. Sounds like a rehomed rescue animal – for small breeds 8 is really pretty old.
17 hours ago
You can tell she is make-up free because u can see all the zits on the side of her face, not the usual perfect complection
Kent – UK,
17 hours ago
Being Cory’s girlfriend and being so close to him, I just don’t understand how she didn’t know he was doing drugs again. I don’t say this to be disrespectful and I do feel sorry for her, but I can’t believe she didn’t know or at least have an idea.
17 hours ago
WOW that dress (9th picture) want one
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Creating a relaxing and unique spa experience from the moment a guest walks through the door is what sets The Woodhouse Day Spa apart, explained Mudhari Reddy of Boonton, who will open a franchise of the upscale chain together with her husband, Veeren, at 420 Springfield Ave. in Summit in mid-November.
The Reddys, who own two Kumon Learning Centers, one in Parsippany and one in Randolph, were looking to expand their portfolio and decided the spa market, of particular interest to Mudhari, would present a rewarding opportunity.
“The moment you step inside, the experience starts from there,” Mudhari said. “You feel welcomed. From the bathrobes to the towels to the warm teas, it is very inviting. Our signature services are unique and our products are 99 percent organic.”
The Woodhouse Day Spa features more than 40 different treatments that encompass skin and body care, hand and foot care, massage therapy, specialty treatments and more. A grand opening event, planned for mid-November, will offer guests a chance to sample the spa’s services and learn more about its products.
“We’re not the same as other spas,” Reddy explained. “The experience you get at Woodhouse is totally different than a salon spa or a med spa. We wanted to bring that experience to our community.”
As a way to introduce guests to its range of treatments, each month the Woodhouse Spa features a new theme that includes promotions and specials.
Mudhari said she has seen how pleased the couple’s Kumon customers have been after their children leave with a greater understanding of math and she hopes to create an equally enriching experience for her spa guests.
“It’s very exciting,” she said. “Hectic, and a lot of work, but exciting.”
The building will receive a facelift in the coming weeks and the Reddys said a date for the grand opening will be announced shortly.
For more information, visit The Woodhouse Day Spa’s website.
Check back with Patch for more information as the grand opening approaches.
Seen Heard: Day Spa or Pediatrician?
••• What’s happening at the storefront at the Pearline Soap Factory (414 Washington/78 Laight)? The windows are frosted up to a point, but they’re going to have to paper the windows higher if they want to stop the likes of me from looking in. I saw a waiting area with reception desk (with magazines on the shelves), under crystalish chandeliers. So, day spa? Ob/gyn? But then there are paint squiggles along the ceiling in another room that made me think it could be a pediatrician? I know someone out there knows….
••• That “wanted” poster was a prank, which leaves me fairly disappointed.
••• Thanks to everyone who sent me the Odeon’s email about the criminal summons court. Here it is (well, part of it—the rest is already in comments on this post):
Dear Friends and Friends of The Odeon: Most of you do not live or work in Tribeca but maybe you know someone who does. We need your help. Please read the enclosed information sheet regarding a proposed move of The Criminal Summons Court to 71 Thomas (opposite The Odeon restaurant.) It is crucial we have massive support to defeat this plan. I’m emailing you in the hopes you will in turn email anyone you know who lives or works in Tribeca…also to friends who love The Odeon and other restaurants and small businesses in the area. We need everyone, city wide, to help us. If at all possible we would be extremely grateful if you have time to show your support at The Community Board One Meeting on Thursday, October 22 at 6pm, WTC aka/150 Greenwich Street. If not, just mailing this on to your friends would be an enormous help. Thank you in advance! With warm regards, Lynn Wagenknecht, The Odeon
••• The new-build Hotel Soho (or Hotel “Soho”?) at 525 Greenwich is very gold! This photo was taken around 11:30 a.m., so it’s not the western light that’s responsible.
Chicas, be honest: when was the last time that you let yourself be truly pampered? If you’re anything like me, then your busy life of work, family and friends usually takes up all the time you have–leaving very little time to take care of yourself. That’s why when I was offered the chance to try a coconut milk body scrub at New York City’s Allure Day Spa, I jumped at the chance.
In honor of the upcoming Spa Week, which runs from October 14-20th and offers $50 spa and wellness treatments, I’ve realized that there are 5 very good reasons why every Latina needs to pamper herself. Trust me, we deserve it!
1. Body Scrubs Leave You Feeling Heavenly: When the technician started to rub me down with the coconut milk body scrub, I couldn’t believe how amazing it felt. Although I’ve had massages before, I’ve never tried a body scrub before and my post-summer dry skin could definitely use it. I felt rejuvinated from head to toe and my skin was almost baby soft. It was an incredible feeling and I honestly can’t imagine why I never had one before.
2. It’s Not a Bad Way to Save Money: At just $50 per treatment, this is one of the best deals around. We all know that spa treatments don’t come cheap and, well, if you’re going to do it anyway, why not save some money? Spa Week is a great time to take advantage of the discounts, maybe discover a new favorite, try a treatment you’ve always wanted to try, and more. And it’s coming soon! Book your treatments here.
Nothing is more indulgent, relaxing, and restoring than a trip to the spa. Whether it’s your first time or you’re a spa regular, we asked Amanda Wells, the spa director at The Setai Spa Wall Street, New York, to give us tips to making the most of your spa experience. Learn when to eat before and after, how to prolong your state of bliss, and more when you read on.
Eat an hour before: “When it comes to eating, you don’t want to be extremely full, otherwise being on your stomach would just be uncomfortable,” Wells explains. ”It’s OK to snack lightly right before your massage, and eating a light meal 60 to 90 minutes before your service is ideal.”
Arrive early: “We recommend arriving at least 15 minutes early in order to change into a robe and slippers,” Wells says. “But we encourage our guests to arrive 30 to 45 minutes early to use the jacuzzi, sauna, and aromatherapy steam amenities.” Be sure to ask what amenities are available at your local spa.
Use the heat amenities: “Using the heat amenities before a massage warms your muscles, making it easier for you to relax once on the massage table and allows the therapist to achieve better results,” Wells explains. For a facial, only use the steam room and heat amenities before your service, not after.
Talk to your therapist: Let your therapist know of any medical conditions or surgeries, allergies, any current ailments, what areas to focus on and any areas to avoid, and the level of pressure you prefer. Also be sure to mention if you’re pregnant or need fragrance-free options.
Undressing: “Being completely nude is entirely up to the discretion of the guest,” Wells says. ”Most spas do provide disposable underwear and bra tops for clients to wear during body treatments. However, you will be properly draped. The only area exposed will be the area being worked on by the therapist.”
Make sure you’re comfortable: “A therapist should always check in with you about seven to 10 minutes into the service to make sure you are comfortable with the level of pressure.” But don’t be afraid to speak up if something is uncomfortable during your treatment or if you have a question or request.
Drink water: Because massage increases blood flow and stimulates circulation, it’s important to rehydrate after a treatment.
Have a light snack: “Massage work increases your circulation and speeds up digestion, so eat a small snack right after a massage to give yourself an electrolyte boost.”
Stay warm: Just because your treatment is over doesn’t mean it’s time to leave. Continue to relax and stay warm using the spa’s heat amenities. Wells also recommends a warm neck pillow for at-home relaxation.
Hands On HealthCare Massage Therapy and Wellness Day Spa
Changing lives one massage at a time is what it’s all about.
Commack, Long Island, NY (PRWEB) October 10, 2013
Spa Week is a annual event that focuses on the personal health and wellness of consumers everywhere. Every October, spas across the country discount up to three spa treatments to just $50 each, which gives consumers the benefit of receiving a luxurious Spa treatment for a very affordable price. Hands On HealthCare Massage Therapy and Wellness Day Spa has had a great response in past years and is looking forward to this year’s upcoming Spa Week. Nothing pleases Hands On more than giving back to the Long Island community with these unbelievable specials, while also building up a solid clientele that will hopefully continue to frequent the spa for years to come.
For the upcoming Spa Week, Hands On wants to give people the best of what they have to offer, from a Pumpkin Scrub and “I Wanna Be Sedated” Scalp Massage to a 50 minute Deep Tissue Massage or even a Cavi-Lipo Cellulite Reduction Sampler. Their Spa Week page has more details regarding specials. Licensed Massage Therapist Kate Cassidy states, “Changing lives one massage at a time is what it’s all about at the spa.”
Hands On HealthCare Massage Therapy and Wellness Day Spa has been serving the Commack Community since 2000. Hands On HealthCare Massage Therapy is a recognized leader in Advanced Medical Massage in Suffolk County, Long Island. Medical Massage is often the answer regarding pain, injury and disease. Hands On offers Pre-Natal and Post-Natal Massage, Sports Massage, Trigger Point Therapy, Myofascial Release, Manual Lymph Drainage and is a recommended community provider for Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. The Spa Services Division offers spa treatments such as Therapeutic Facials, Skincare, microdermabrasion, body treatments, permanent makeup and para-medical cosmetics and cellulite reduction through ultrasound cavitation (Cavi-Lipo). The Wellness Day Spa has an extensive Couples Massage Spa Date Menu. Spa Parties are a specialty. An array of services and packages are available for both on and off-site. Beyond the Spa Services include off-site on-site workplace of event Mobile services which include bringing the day spa to the doorstep at home, venue or corporate function. Common events include bachelorette parties, showers, birthdays, Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, Sweet 16 Corporate Events and functions. Hands On HealthCare Massage Therapy claims its licensed massage therapists and estheticians provide clients with the ultimate experience in attention, service and care.
Hands On HealthCare Massage Therapy and Wellness Day Spa
Marla Kaplan-Pelle, Licensed Massage Therapist, Certified Lymphatic Therapist, Director
208 Commack Road, Commack, NY 11725
Amy Dominello Braun
Multimedia/Special Sections Editor- The Business Journal
– Balance Day Spa plans to open another Triad location, according to the News Record. A fifth spa of 20,000 square feet is planned for two properties at 3005 Sourwood Road and 3111 Battleground Ave.
– Vice President Joe Biden will make a stop in Durham later this month to join Sen. Kay Hagan at a fundraising event, according to the News Observer. Hagan, of Greensboro, is expected to face a tough re-election bid next year.
– The new $100 bill makes its debut today. Read more on CNN.com and view a slideshow.
Amy Dominello Braun manages Web content, social media and awards-based special sections for The Business Journal.
GILBERT, AZ (CBS5) -
One person was killed and eight others injured when a car rammed into a student clinic and day spa in Gilbert on Friday morning.
The car ran through the front of the building near Baseline and Power roads, Gilbert Police Lt. John Lyle said.
Lyle said the car was driven by an 87-year-old woman who was leaving a bank, hit a passenger car in the parking lot and careened into the building.
The car crashed through a classroom with eight students and one teacher at Spa Pima, a student clinic and day spa associated with Pima Medical Institute, an unidentified employee of Spa Pima told CBS 5 News.
Student Lacey Gruntorad, 22, was killed in the crash.
“It didn’t seem real. I was waiting for her to text me and say she was ok,” said her close friend Brandon Sharp.
Sharp said he is helping her mother and family cope with the loss. He told CBS 5 News the family is in shock, but not angry at the elderly driver.
“I can’t blame anybody. It’s a horrible, horrible accident,” he said.
The spokesperson for Spa Pima said four people were taken to the hospital with injuries. Two of those injured were released as of Friday night and the other two victims remain in the hospital but are expected to be OK.
Neither the driver nor a passenger with her were hurt, Lyle said.
The students were being trained and were not working with customers, the employee said.
The crash happened just after 10 a.m.
No other information was immediately available.
Stay with cbs5az.com and CBS 5 News as this story develops.
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