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One Eighty Wellness Spa relaxes and beautifies bodies with a bevy of stress sapping treatments administered within a relaxing atmosphere. With an aromatherapy massage, the spa's massage therapists make use of swedish, deep-tissue, and acupressure techniques, using aromatherapy oils to further relax tense muscles and leave bodies loose enough to be folded into subcompact sleeping pods for easy nighttime storage. Tuckered tootsies can seek solace in an essential pedicure, which augments a relaxing foot soak with expert nail shaping, cuticle care, and moisturizing lotion before coating nails in a choice of polish. The essential facial gently cleanses oily faces and exfoliates dead skin before liquefying upper-body stress with a face and shoulder massage. A specially formulated mask finishes off the treatment, providing mugs far more effective dermal nourishment than a prolonged soak in a bowl of breakfast cereal.
1100 S College St
Auburn,
AL
US
Clearing your sinuses isn't typically considered an enjoyable activity, unless you are at Aroma Therapy & Massage Center. That's thanks to the center's sinus massage treatment, which in addition to?the usual pampering includes trigger point therapy to clear the?airways for fewer tension headaches and better breathing. This is just one of Aroma Therapy's specialty massages. In addition to traditional Swedish and hot stone massages, the licensed therapists offer?craniosacral therapy and a facial massage, which uses steam, cleansers, and traditional massage to refresh and relax the face and any children currently pinching it. With this diverse set of treatments, Aroma Therapy & Massage Center is focused on healing the mind, body, and spirit.?For more proof?try out a skin or body treatment;?you can indulge in a body polish with citrus body polish or Jamaican brown sugar cane, and cap it off with a soak in a hydrotherapy tub.
1147 Opelika Road, Suite A
Auburn,
AL
US
The therapists at Body Kneads Therapeutic Massage draw on five different modalities as they soothe tension and ease injuries. While traditional Swedish massage unravels tension with gliding kneads, deep-tissue massage targets specific regions of pain. Hot-stone therapy employs warm, smooth stones?and sometimes cold stones?to loosen knots and release endorphins. Sports massage helps active muscles prepare for and unwind from exertion. In addition to nurturing pinched shoulders back to health, rotator-cuff therapy makes it possible for clients to move arms more easily without injury.
189 East University Drive
Auburn,
AL
US
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