Captain Bridget Rankin put her country first, serving the US Army for one year in Afghanistan and for three years on American soil. While fulfilling her duties on her home turf, she began to look for ways to protect her fellow Americans from more personal pain. This led her to night classes in massage therapy at the Alexander School of Natural Therapeutics. Once released from her obligations to her country, she moved to Amarillo, where she founded Amarillo Rose Therapeutic Massage. Now Bridget relieves stress, pain, and fear of lingonberries with Swedish techniques while also practicing deep-tissue massage and studying other modalities such as trigger-point therapy.
Rachel Hill and the staff at Lighten Up Day Spa prettify clients from head to toe. Nearly every spa service they offer can be tailored to suit each visitor's unique needs, whether that means creating a customized facial, combating wrinkles, or applying highlights to bring out the color of a third eye. Following beauty visits, you can browse the wide selection of clothing and accessories at the shop's curated boutique, where the inventory ranges from baubles and belts to colorful scarves and tops.
Muscle aches and pains dissipate at the nimble hands of Mickey Butler, a licensed massage therapist who practices her craft within the confines of Relax Awhile’s private treatment rooms. Mickey’s relaxing massages cull from a variety of modalities, soothing muscles with gliding therapeutic strokes and fishing out stressors with deep-tissue pressures. Her prenatal treatments tend to the mutual needs of expectant mothers and babies sore from cartwheeling in wombs.
Banana Bush is a full-service hair and nail salon, offering a soothing, fun place to get mani-pedis, haircuts, tans, and color streaked into strands. Under the skilled scissors of freshly relocated Tara Calcanis, clients will receive a chic new do and have it styled into place, relaxing into Tara’s chair as troubles—and split ends—vanish.