Pleasure Paradise Salon and Spa’s cosseting confines challenge the common spa tendency to only cater to female patrons by doling out aesthetic services geared toward both genders. Seasoned hairstylists sculpt men’s and women's locks into stylish configurations that mirror trending fashions. Licensed therapists soothe tired muscles with six massage modalities, and facials infused with vitamins and botanicals cleanse skin of blotches stemming from naps in a box of temporary tattoos.
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A veteran team of technicians, aestheticians, and therapists delivers a wide range of services spanning the skeletal spectrum, from extremity-focused half-hour reflexology massages ($45) to 45-minute total body wraps ($45). For rejuvenating aesthetic enhancements, guests can indulge in manicures ($30), pedicures ($45), and paraffin dips ($8). Or wick away the follicles with waxing services for the brows ($15), full face ($25+), or bikini region ($35 and up). A complete list of services can be found on the Lavender's Day Spa website or in the 1894 Farmer's Almanac.
Sometimes, the human body just needs a little bit of hands-on help to ensure it's operating at full capacity. This is a core concept for chiropractors, including Dr. Paul Woolf, who has spent 25 years helping more than 10,000 patients live healthier, pain-free lives. When the spine falls out of alignment—even slightly—the central nervous system can interfere with the body's ability to function and naturally heal itself. Through chiropractic care, Dr. Woolf both locates and then corrects these sources of interference, effectively addressing the symptoms as well as their underlying causes. Over time, these manual adjustments can help alleviate the lingering aches caused by sports injuries, automobile accidents, or overenthusiastic waving from a parade float. Additionally, Dr. Woolf sets patients on the path to improved wellbeing by complementing his treatments with lifestyle counseling, nutritional guidance, and massage therapy.
A graduate of the Vidal Sassoon Academy, salon owner Tammy Liggett pours 16 years of experience into every coiffure she touches at Divas and Dudes Too. Her staff of skilled stylists helps her in her quest to style, cut, and make hair more manageable, wielding products by Goldwell, Pureology, and INOA. In addition to hair services that include straightening treatments and extensions, the team embellishes visages with makeup and fingers with gel polish. An adjoining boutique area complements new looks with accessories such as jewelry, hats, and purses.