We are a holistic family wellness center that offers chiropractic care, non surgical spinal decompression, nutritional and exercise counseling, and many types of massage therapy. We are now offering free consultations....just call our office today !
Owners Mandi Williams and Heather Bowen have placed Spa La Mode at the crossroads of Eastern theology, Western technique, and all-organic products from ilike and glo therapeutics. This last element is most prominent in the spa’s custom facials, which employ masks to fight blemishes and ease wrinkles. Organic yogurt and glycolic peels amplify the effects of each facial, and lash extensions add the finishing touch to newly glowing visages. Aestheticians also banish unwanted bristles by waxing brows, legs, backs, and in cases of accidental ingestion of Rogaine, tongues.
Jamie Damiani received her massage therapist’s license in 2006, fulfilling a dream that took hold when she was just 16 years old. What began as a childhood fascination with anatomy turned into a clear career path once Jamie realized how much she enjoyed helping others in need. Today, Jamie combines her passions for nurturing and science to break down bodily gridlock and get every client feeling loose, relaxed, and healthful. To accomplish this, she offers four distinct styles of massage. Swedish massages bring about relaxation and improved circulation; trigger-point massages combat pain and tension; and sports massages, designed for athletes, help increase flexibility and minimize injuries sustained on the court or during a celebratory postgame square dance. Jamie also offers prenatal massage to bring physical and emotional relief to expectant mothers, and helps partners relax and reconnect during couples massages.
Ruth Mueller is much more than a pair of calming hands. Sure, the licensed massage therapist clocked 750 hours of bodywork training and offers an array of relaxing and therapeutic massages. But Ruth aims to give more than just an hour’s escape; her goal is to help her clients transcend their aches and pains and improve their overall health. To this end, she complements her massages—which include neuromuscular, sports, and deep-tissue modalities—with advice on posture and help creating ergonomic work stations. She offers specialized massages for affliction such as tension headaches and irritable bowel syndrome. And most importantly, she tailors every massage to best meet her clients’ needs, whether they have a sore back, tense shoulders, or muscles prone to freezing in flex-mode whenever security cameras are nearby.
Licensed stylist Chris Copeland works to make his clients look and feel beautiful at his chair at Signature Salon & Spa. He places special importance on consulting with his clients, personalizing each service—such as chic haircuts and rich color services with Tocco Magico and Moroccan Oil products—so that everyone is happy with the results. Signature Salon & Spa is more than a place for just hair, though. You can also come in for a massage, a microdermabrasion facial to help reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles, or have eyebrows and legs waxed before a wetsuit fitting.
Licensed aesthetician Yvonne Harper scrapes away blemishes using a mechanical exfoliation wand during a series of 45-minute microdermabrasion treatments. During the treatment, aluminum-oxide crystal particles burnish the face's surface to remove outer layers of skin and reveal the healthier, more active skin cells drinking whey protein underneath. A diamond-tip polish then regulates texture across the face, resulting in smoother, more luminous skin. The procedure stimulates the collagen and elastin production that can help minimize fine lines and wrinkles and firm up sagging skin around the jaw, eyes, and nose. As patients undergo their multi-session treatment courses, sun damage and blemishes gradually fade from view, revealing complexions as even as a pillow fight between two black belts. Yvonne recommends scheduling treatments once a week. Check the FAQ for information on preparation and post-treatment care.