Licensed massage therapist Sarah Lima is passionate about helping people to relax and heal using the power of massage. At her homestyle studio, she offers a range of massage modalities to help de-stress clients and improve circulation in the body. Come in for a soothing Swedish massage, which uses various techniques and light pressure for maximum relaxation, or relish a muscle-melting deep-tissue massage, which reaches deep to target specific trouble spots. Sarah's list of services also includes lymphatic-drainage, prenatal, athletic, reflexology, and trigger-point massage.
Michelle Delbonifro began her career in 1996, when she received certification as a massage therapist and opened Main Line Therapeutic Massage and Spa. She didn’t stop there. After hypnosis helped her quit smoking—which is the most satisfying job to quit—she went on to study with the American Guild of Hypnotists, becoming certified in 2005. By 2006, she added the credential of licensed aesthetician to her CV and began administering facials, chemical peels, and waxing at her salon.
Today, Michelle helms Main Line alongside staff members Sue and Jessica. The trio doles out services ranging from relaxing therapeutic and organic stress relief massages to cellulite and toning treatments. They brighten and smooth complexions with crystal- or diamond-tipped microdermabrasion tools, and administer anti-aging facials to combat fine lines and wrinkles or gentlemen’s facials make even the roughest of men look gentle. Beyond skin treatments and bodywork, Michelle continues her work as a hypnotist by helping clients shatter all sorts of habits, including smoking and insomnia.
The team renders these myriad treatments amid the sound waves of relaxing music, the scents of calming aromas drifting through the room, antiques, stained glass, and a fireplace.
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In Italian, onde means "waves." Drawing inspiration from the soothing sound of waves on the shore, Onde Spalon's aestheticians strive to imbue their services with a similarly soothing quality. Customized to suit each client's needs, Onde's spa treatments smooth skin with waxing, detoxify it with algae mud wraps, and remove its wrinkles with anti-aging facials. Such services earned the spa three awards in the late aughts from Main Line Today, including two for best facial.
But Onde Spalon's treatments don't just focus on enriching skin. Nail techs pamper fingers with cured gel nails or odorless acrylic nails, as well as buff toes over copper pedicure sinks. Stylists, meanwhile, shape 'dos with precise cuts and texture treatments, including perms and thermal straightenings. Onde's spa and styling units even collaborate on pre-wedding packages, which ready brides with fancy updos, biweekly manicures, and makeup that repels any cake smushed into their face.
At Facelogic, botanical-based creams and clinical cosmeceutical blends work hand-in-hand to stall the aging process, defeat dryness, and erase blemishes. The Éminence organic sensitive-skin facial takes it easy on delicate visages by tucking them under blankets of vitamin-C rich rosehip oils, and the MD Skincare alpha-beta-deluxe facial delivers smoother texture and tone by paving over skin with alpha- and beta-hydroxyl acids. Citrus and shea butter hydrate and plump up kiss factories during the three-step lip treatment, and an eye mask tackles the puffiness and dark circles that result from staying up all night figuring out how to set an alarm clock. Dr. Fred R. Himmelstein is responsible for the spa's Vaser Shape cellulite treatments, which enlist ultrasonic therapy and massage to shape and firm the body.:
Although her experience as a licensed massage therapist, relaxation therapist, and certified yoga teacher has endowed her with a tension-taming touch, Michelle Uleau-Ryan believes that massage can have many health benefits beyond simple stress relief. With long, slow Swedish strokes or deep-tissue kneads, Michelle works to release endorphins, reduce cramping, and even boost immunity by increasing lymph flow. She personalizes each massage to fit her client's needs, and soothes the senses by playing soft music in her private treatment room during each session.