Asheville Spas


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  • The Secret Spa & Salon
    Within the tranquil, century-old walls of the Belvedere house, the staff of The Secret Spa & Salon beautify bodies from the toes up. Hair stylists transform coifs with Aveda, Bumble and bumble, and Schwarzkopf products, as owner Richelle enhances natural nails with OPI, CND, and Gelish polish or extensions made from acrylic, silk, or fiberglass. A massage therapist eases tension with hot stones, aromatic oils, and custom pressure, and Dermalogica skincare experts clear complexions with relaxing facials that combat fine lines, acne, and premature aging. The spa also uses Jane Iredale makeup products. Built in 1905 by the same architect behind the historic Biltmore house, Belvedere?which is part of the historic society?now has a slightly more modern feel thanks to the spa's staff, who accented its wood floors and abundant natural light with green plants and paintings by local artists. The multigabled house also boasts a projecting bay window, which makes an ideal spot for drying nail polish or testing the reflective properties of freshly waxed skin.
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    73 Merrimon Ave
    Asheville, NC US
  • Spa de la Vie
    Mind, body, and soul merit equal attention at Spa de la Vie, where therapists pair a holistic approach with a meticulous eye for detail. In line with their focus on results, the spa?s certified consultants begin each massage, and body wrap with an in-depth analysis that helps them discern the most suitable treatment for each visitor. While devising a treatment plan to complement skin type and beauty goals, the spa?s staff sets the stage for relaxation with complimentary slippers, robes, and herbal neck wraps. Technicians take care not to disturb burgeoning states of serenity as they gently slather skin with all-natural products during body wraps that exfoliate skin and highlight natural contours. Therapists employ a similarly tender touch as they treat backs and shoulders to massage techniques culled from eight modalities. Their menu of services includes prenatal massages for expectant mothers and the option to add a 20-minute reflexology session for feet prone to protesting their soreness by stomping on the surfaces of icy lakes.
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    577 Haywood Rd.
    Asheville, NC US
  • Asheville Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork
    The experienced therapists at Asheville Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork enlist organic products and eclectic modalities from around the globe to help alleviate aches and stress. Staff members knead muscles using ancient techniques such as Hawaiian lomi lomi, which utilizes fluid hand movements on multiple body parts at once, and Thai bodywork, a more intense method designed to increase flexibility. Clients can sip homemade herbal tea as soothing music cultivates an atmosphere as tranquil as a zen garden planted on a cloud.
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    7 Georgia Avenue
    Weaverville, NC US
  • West Asheville Massage and Healing Arts
    Signature Service: Lomi Lomi Massage Established: 2013 Reservations/Appointments: Required Handicap Accessible: Yes Staff Size: 1 person Parking: Parking lot Minimum Age Requirement: 18 Pro Tip: Come ready to relax and don't schedule anything after your massage except more "you" time. Q&A with Gary Lloyd, Owner What is the best reaction you?ve ever gotten from a client? First client, as she was leaving the office, asked [the] second client coming in, "Do you have a massage scheduled with Gary?" Second client: "Yes". First client: "You're in for a treat." How did you get started in the beauty industry? Did you have an "ah-ha" moment in life? My wife was experiencing the effects of post-polio syndrome. After going for [reiki] treatments, she suggested that I have a session, too. I was amazed at how relaxed I felt. Our practitioner suggested that we learn it so we could provide it for each other, which we did. I was so taken by people's reactions after [they received] reiki that it led me to attend massage school on weekends for two years. I have been a licensed massage and bodywork therapist in North Carolina since 2006. Working with people on a personal level is far more rewarding than the work I did in the corporate world. Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover? Massage therapy is the work that I was meant to do.
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    602 Haywood Road
    Asheville, NC US
  • Therapeutic Massage Solutions of Asheville
    Massage therapist Margie Goodman prides herself on her caring, compassionate style. It's what makes her a favorite among patients wishing to enjoy a pain free and active life. Margie customizes her approach based around if a patient is recovering from a surgery, injured, a geriatric patient, expectant moms, and those dealing with stress management. But Margie hopes to see less and less of her patients as time goes on?but they shouldn't take that personally. Margie's extensive experience and training means she's adept at rooting out the causes of physical ailments, and so, as she explains on her website, therapeutic massages "occur more frequently at first and then with less and less frequency as pain is relieved and the body finds its balance." Margie applies this results-oriented style to her other modalities, too, whether she's relieving chronic deep-tissue pain or coaxing stress from the body and mind.
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    485 Hendersonville Road
    Asheville, NC US
  • Hyla Therapeutic Massage
    Jenny Burgess named her massage studio "Hyla" in honor of the tree frogs she remembers from her youth in Haywood County. To her, these frogs symbolize nature’s ability to soothe and renew the senses, which isn’t so different from what she does with her therapeutic massages. A licensed massage therapist and a member of the first graduating class of Haywood Community College's therapeutic massage program, Burgess maintains a strong emotional connection to the area in which she grew up. Perhaps that’s why local residents feel so at ease with her as she relaxes their tensions with massages that draw on hot-stone, deep-tissue, reflexology, and reiki modalities. Not all of her inspirations come from Haywood County, however. Take, for instance, her lomi-lomi massage, a native Hawaiian modality that melts stress with gentle strokes and volcanic lava.
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    3173 Asheville Rd
    Waynesville, North Carolina US
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