Celestial Space Medi-Spa straddles the line between Eastern and Western healing philosophies, marrying the former’s energy-centered principles to the latter’s focus on therapeutic relaxation. The spa’s menu of services features various massage modalities alongside less expected therapies such as guided meditation, visualization, and emotional-healing workshops. Yoga classes work in conjunction with these sessions to block out toxins and bad vibes, and special events such as the Women's Evening of Decadence and Relaxation—recently profiled on News 12—steer the focus back to traditional spa indulgences such as wine, chocolate, and barbershop quartets crooning harmonized renditions of whale songs.
Tease Company's goal is to tease as you please and help you achieve a look and confidence so you can be ready for anything that comes your way; consequently you will always look amazing and feel fabulous. We are committed to excellence in customer service and education.
Speranzi Facial Spa's licensed skincare specialist Yolanda T. Russo strives to fade signs of aging with preservative-free products and rejuvenating services. Yolanda saps tension from beleaguered brows, using products packed with botanical ingredients and antioxidants. She’s equipped with more than 15 years of experience, and she’s an advocate of maintaining skin without expensive products or fussy technology. To further her stance, she happily shares recipes for at-home facials.
By offering only nailcare and hair-removal services, the aestheticians at NailZ Hand & Foot Spa stay sharp with their craft. Technicians lend a careful touch to every nail service, from standard grooming and shaping sessions to acrylic applications that produce dramatic length and superior back-scratching abilities. For lower-body care, they seat guests in ivory-hued pedicure chairs—thrones that add a degree of relaxation to scrubs enriched by chocolate, cranberry, and honey infusions. Staff members also assist guests as they browse handmade retail items such as rings, necklaces, bracelets, and earrings.
Stylist Amy Bloodworth spent a decade honing her craft with Vidal Sassoon, Toni and Guy, and Bumble and bumble before she opened her very own Imana Hair Studio in 2009. She immediately convened a deft team of stylists, who mold manes with products by Prive, Moroccanoil, and Wella at minimalistic stations, each of which features a modern white chair, frameless full-length mirror, and mirrored table. In addition to sculpting 'dos with razors, scissors, and color, the stylists also beautify brides with up-dos, makeup, and tiaras made of borrowed, old, blue glitter.