Sunsera Salons' name hides the fact that it's more than a hair salon—it's also a full-service spa. At one end, hairstylists expertly cut, condition, and highlight hair, or add length and volume with extensions. Meanwhile, their coworkers perform a slew of relaxing services: manicures and pedicures, facials, massages, laser hair removal, and hydrating body wraps.
When it comes to beauty treatments, the team at Soft Touch Day Spa & Laser doesn't just stick to the classics. Instead, they're committed to keeping up with new technology?so it's no surprise that their service menu seems to include almost everything.
For example, the spa's aestheticians perform radio-frequency skin rejuvenation in addition to airbrush makeup applications. Massage therapists reduce tension with reflexology treatments, and laser technicians zap away hair or help to improve skin tone. Out in the salon, nail technicians massage limbs and count toes free of charge during mani-pedis.
Valley Wellness Centre's registered massage therapists treat an array of client back ailments in 60-minute massages. At the start of initial treatment sessions, therapists plan a recommended backscape remodelling after reviewing their patient's health history. Depending on each client's health needs and dependence on medieval armour, therapists may knead tense joints, muscles, and tendons using a combination of specialized modalities. Therapists employ back-melting blends of myofascial release, Swedish or Thai massage, and hot-stone placement. Each of the centre's three therapists specializes in different areas of massage, enabling them to treat specific ailments from factors such as stress, injury, and cubism.
Jackie Marshall practices biofeedback and cold-laser therapies to stimulate healing from within. Marshall strives to reduce pain and revive break-dancing careers by using a scalar-wave laser, which aims to reduce inflammation, enhance microcirculation, and stimulate cell regeneration. Used in Europe for more than 30 years, cold-laser therapy may help relieve pain caused by an array of maladies, including arthritis, diabetes, sports injuries, headaches, neck and back pain, and dental inflammation.
The idea for Simply Comfort Spa came from two cousins who wanted to offer a more tranquil and pampering approach to spa services. Facials are performed with Laboratoire Dr Renaud products, and preference is always given to products made with organic, fair-trade ingredients or by bees that make fair wages. The spa’s mani-pedis include an exfoliating brown-sugar scrub and finish with OPI nail polish, and waxing services use botanical épillyss wax, designed specially for sensitive skin. The staff also offers relaxing massage therapy, makeup and bridal services, and handmade hair clips for sale.