Diane Hawkins, the certified massage therapist and namesake of Healing Hands Massage by Diane, brings relief to minds and bodies through a wide array of massage modalities. The gentle, flowing strokes of her Swedish massages relax the body and give the mind a break from everyday stressors, and her deep-tissue massages target specific areas of tension and soreness. During concentrated massages, she focuses kneads on a single area of complaint, such as a sore neck or a funny bone that won't stop telling knock-knock jokes. She also specializes in reflexology and chair massages that hone in on the neck, back, and shoulders.
The human body is composed of hundreds of individual bones and muscles, none of which would work in harmony were it not for two essential elements: the mind and the soul. The therapists of Core Healing Bodyworks do everything in their power to ensure that body, mind, and soul are operating on the same page. This means that their massages don’t just treat physical ailments; they penetrate the body’s outer layers to relieve stress and relax anxieties. Aside from classic Swedish and deep-tissue treatments, the therapists offer special modalities, such as hot-stone therapy and reflexology. Reflexology treatments work to balance the body’s energies by applying pressure to specific points on the hands, feet, and dorsal fins.
When CBS’s The Doctors aired a segment on hair-regrowth therapy, they featured the same Lifegrow System offered by Miracle Hair Growth Centers. Health reporters on ABC News also reported positive results from the FDA-cleared, cold-laser Lifegrow 5000 treatment, which has been shown to increase hair density in up to 80% of patients after three to six months of treatment. Inside the center, certified technicians create individualized treatment plans for patients before handheld lasers comfortably circle scalps to increase blood flow, stimulate cell metabolism, check for alien life forms, and block the hair-loss-causing hormone DHT. Miracle Hair Growth Centers also carries pharmaceutical-grade, natural hair products such as shampoos, conditioners, and other topical tonics that help block DHT and may ameliorate the effects of treatment.
Max Well Physical Therapy & Massage's skilled therapists have been helping treat and prevent injury for 24 years. In private rooms, massage therapists employ eight massage modalities, including trigger-point and deep-tissue treatments, to help relieve stress and pain. In addition to case-specific treatments, structured physical-therapy programs help clients tackle common issues from low-back pain to stroke rehabilitation.
At Nouvage Salon, owner Charbel Massoud and his team of beauty experts nurture hair with cuts, styling, and highlights and revitalize nails with soothing manicures and pedicures. Streaks of color add technicolor flair to monochromatic 'dos and straightening irons smooth out locks much more effectively than yesteryear's iron mallets and ceramic anvils. During mani-pedis, Nouvage's technicians brighten digits with the vibrant hues of glossy OPI polish.
Started in 1961 by Dr. Stanley Pearle, the nationally recognized and trusted franchise now operates in nearly 800 company and franchise locations nationwide. The master visionaries are welltrained in assisting all bespectacled beings, from casual librarians to picky, temperamental cyclopes. Equip a corrective pair of Essential frames, or slip on a pair of designer eye enhancers such as those by Anne Klein and DKNY, or high-end frames from Versace. Single-vision lenses adjust a singular field of vision, whereas specialty PearleThin complete lenses are lightweight heavyweights.
Tara Swan, aesthetician at Wyndemyres Too!, offers soothing facial treatments that hydrate or attempt to combat acne or the signs of aging. Customers can also find a variety of nail, skincare, and wellness services—such as cuts, manicures, and massages—at the full-service salon and spa.