Two Convenient Locations to Serve You

We are easily accessible by public transportation or car.

Randolph Towers is two blocks from the Ballston Metro Orange Line and Virginia Hospital Center is on the ART bus line from Ballston Metro.

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The Teal Center strives to make suitable accommodations for a diversity of needs.

Language

The Teal Center welcomes diversity. Languages represented by therapists at the Teal Center include Spanish, French, Russian, Korean, Japanese, and Thai. Each therapist strives to listen to your needs carefully to collaborate and create the best results for you.

Auditory

Each room is equipped with white noise machines. Please let the therapist know if you would prefer white noise and/or music or silence. The Teal Center waiting and treatment rooms are cell-free zones. All clients and therapists are asked to silence their phones while on the premises. Clients are encouraged to inform their therapist if they prefer different music.

Tactile

Please let us know if you require hypoallergenic paraffin-free lotion. Heaters are provided on all tables. Therapists appreciate feedback and strive to work with clients to pair their professional knowledge with each client's personal preferences.

Proprioceptive

Clients with proprioceptive imbalances can see therapists specializing in neurological and sensory conditions. Heavy blankets, double sheets and/or pillow compressions or bolsters, for example, can be utilized where/as appropriate to enhance bodywork received.

Olfactory/Smell

Please let us know if you require lotions with natural ingredients, free of perfumes or if you are sensitive to scented candles or incense.

Mobility

The Teal Center is accessible via elevator by wheelchair and for those on crutches or walkers. Each treatment room is equipped with electric tables for ease in transition. Doors and hallways are wheelchair accessible.

Culture

Some modalities at the Teal Center are performed fully clothed without compromising the benefits of treatment. Also, for some, wearing a swimsuit feels more comfortable than undergarments. Please feel free to discuss any concerns with your therapist or reception can link you to an appropriate therapist.