Tanya Hauck is a licensed massage therapist, master Reiki practitioner, and certified Reiki master teacher. At Therapeutic Healing Massage, Tanya strives to provide each client with healing treatments tailored to meet their needs, which she assesses in two ways. The first is by conducting an initial interview to gain insight into her clients’ histories, needs, and goals. Tanya specializes in intuitive massage, an approach that entails reading musculature and posture in order to discover the roots of discomfort and figure out which funny bone is stealing jokes. Tanya offers Swedish, deep-tissue, prenatal, and hot stone massages. Hydrating and detoxifying body wraps are also available, as are spa packages inspired by the earthly elements: earth, wind, water, and firemen.
Crystal Paugh-Sund has been practicing to be a massage therapist her entire life. She massaged her grandfather’s feet as a child, her teammates’ shoulders as a teenager, and now clients’ backs as an adult. Her 10 years of experience and passion for bringing relaxation into peoples’ lives helped Crystal create Sund Wellness Spa. Here, she offers a variety of services, including massages paired with aromatherapy and herbal body wraps, which encircle limbs with natural herbs and oils to aid in detoxification or the perpetuation of a disguise as a delicious herb-tortilla wrap.
A certified green spa, AQUA Spa & Wellness Center uses organic and all-natural products, including handmade Eminence Organic skincare salves from Hungary. The spa?s team performs an array of facials that use fruit pulp and seeds to help remove dead skin cells and clean dirt and oil out of pores. They administer body treatments such as body-contouring wraps with M?lis products that help boost circulation and detoxify the body. View their full menu of services [here].
Sesen Skin Body Wellness takes its name from the ancient Egyptian word for lotus flower?a symbol recognized throughout that culture for its relation to rebirth and beauty. Thousands of years later, the wellness center works to keep this meaning alive by combining a holistic methodology with med-spa-quality equipment. Recognized for its facials by both CBS Local and CityVoter, Founder Stacy Webb's integrated approach has resulted in an impressive service menu that boasts seven chemical peels, six facials, and a full lineup of waxing treatments.
Meanwhile, licensed massage therapist, Jodi Alston, who has also been nationally certified for the past 8 years, performs customized massages tailored to clients' needs. She combines a range of modalities that include Swedish, deep-tissue, and reflexology techniques. She blends gentle, flowing strokes with targeted deep pressure, aiming to leave clients feeling less pain and more relaxed and balanced.
Soco Salon and Spa’s stylists, colorists, makeup artists, and aestheticians have some heavy-duty weaponry. Armed with products from Kerastase, L'Oreal Professional, and Vital Therapy, they ably do battle with untamable tresses, blemishes, and muscle knots to render more radiant and relaxed clients.
When she sees an imbalance in the body, Ginette Slaiher looks through more than one lens. She's a licensed massage therapist, acupuncturist, and has a background in personal training—careers that all come into play at Acussage Wellness. Ginette's primary goal is to restore the body to a balanced, healthy state, and her approach varies according to each client. She might combine massage modalities such as Swedish or deep tissue with a prescription of Chinese herbs, or conduct an acupuncture session to redirect the client's flow of energy. Her more obscure treatments include cupping, moxibustion, and auricular medicine, which stimulates pressure points on the ears to target health concerns elsewhere. These services strive to combat ailments from chronic pain and migraines, to allergies, sinus issues, and coping with stress. Additionally, Ginette practices structural therapy, a school of bodywork that corrects posture and skeletal misalignments.