The aestheticians and health aficionados at Skin D' Amour foster total well-being by treating patrons with a holistic approach to beauty. To enhance the exterior, skin experts harness the power of their own line of products as well as formulas from brands such as Murad, Josephine, and EltaMD. Nail techs mollycoddle digits, and waxing techs leave skinscapes feeling smooth. To cleanse the body's insides, acupuncturists release clients' toxins; massage therapists reduce stress; and weight-loss experts dispense advice on how to shed pounds into thin air rather than onto the couch.
Skin D' Amour supplements its salon and spa services with a modest lineup of fitness classes. The center's squad of instructors lead group classes in tai chi, yoga meditation, Zumba, and more to help participants maintain their look and feel through consistent, healthy habits.
Thai yoga therapy is an ancient system of healing rooted in the traditions of yoga, Ayurvedic medicine, and Buddhist spiritual practices. This method incorporates a series of facilitated stretches that leave bodies balanced, more mobile, and flexible enough to fit five days of meetings into a four-day workweek. This holistic approach to healing is the source from which all of Suphattra’s relaxing treatments spring forth. These services include both Eastern and Western massage therapies, detox treatments, facials, and waxing services. The pamperings take place within the comfort of private treatment rooms decorated with elaborate, exotic Asian decor, where dim lighting casts a warm glow over flowers, flickering candles, and satiny pillows.
Visiting Imperial Health Spa is like stepping back in time—to a Roman bathhouse, to be precise. The Las Vegas location's white-columned exterior resembles an ancient Italian palace, and features approximately 32,000 square feet of treatment rooms and heated saunas. Natural elements such as jade and salt are designed to balance bodily energy and oust toxins, and warm beds full of red-clay balls bolster circulation.
After à la carte services such as an intensive acupressure massage or exfoliating body scrub, guests head to the onsite restaurant for authentic Korean dishes. The spa provides plenty of lounging space—including a movie theater at the Las Vegas location.
Ajasrika Wellness Spa gets its name from an Ayurvedic word for activities that promote health and wellbeing. Owner Sanja Oropeza founded the business to provide a healing space where clients can relax and forget about stress while the body is treated holistically. Licensed therapists and aestheticians administer customized massages, waxing treatments, facials, and even life counseling. Arrive early for your appointment and you can unwind in the soothing Tea Lounge, where complimentary herbal tea and fresh fruit is served.
Each location offers the regenerative properties of various varieties of massage that make a soul vessel feel springtime fresh. Of your 90-minute massage session, 10 minutes are set aside for dressing time and a consultation with your therapist to ensure your massage is customized for you.
Aarogya Ayurveda Spa & Wellness Center's staff strives to improve clients' holistic health and follow in the philosophical footsteps of the Sanskrit definition of aarogya, which translates to "complete well-being and perfect health of mind, body, and spirit." During a one-hour rakta flow therapy massage, a massage therapist moves in pretend slow motion, kneading musculature with long strokes of mild to firm pressure that aim to improve circulation and dissipate tension. A 60-minute classic European facial delves deep into visage pores, ousting dirt and oil. The countenance cleanse includes a five-step purifying process, a double dose of exfoliation, a personalized eye and facial mask, and a customized aroma-therapeutic massage with essential oils, intended to evict toxins and unpaid parking tickets pent up in the lymph nodes.