The family-owned Rhanes Spa offers its clients an abundance of holistic facials, massages services, and other aesthetic and relaxation treatments. Its diverse service menu includes traditional spa and salon services, from Swedish and deep-tissue massage to reflexology and tanning, which is useful when your baseball mitt’s been in the garage all winter. It also pairs these classics with inventive offerings such as the Bellanina face-lift massage, an all-natural means of releasing tension in the face to lessen the appearance of fine lines, as well as sugaring—an alternative to waxing—and Alpha heating treatments that help detoxify the body.
Stone Creek Spa and Salon's dedicated aestheticians, stylists, and massage therapists devote their energy to bodywide beautification. Their skin tamers lavish hides with nutrient-rich Baltic black-mud wraps, citrus facials, and pumpkin-enzyme chemical peels to naturally usher in youthful looks. They also harness the therapeutic electric microcurrents of nonsurgical liposuction, courtesy of Biogénie, to pep up slackened skin and reduce winkles, cellulite, and other forms of epidermal turbulence.
The trained massage therapist at Zen Heaven Massage helps clients find relief from pain and stress with the long, gliding strokes of Swedish massage. The therapist holds appointments at the massage studio for an ultra-relaxing and ultra-convenient experience.
Licensed massage therapist Cathy Cummings kneads muscles to envelop bodies in a blanket of relaxation with expert massage therapies. Swedish massage uses the light touch of long, gliding strokes to nurture body tissue and encourage healing. Some doctors prescribe this modality to help alleviate such ailments as insomnia, depression, anxiety, and accidental mummification. During the deep-tissue massage, Cummings targets deeper layers of muscle tissue in an attempt to disband tension, extricate toxins, and stimulate the circulation of blood and oxygen. Stressed muscles often block the oxygen, nutrients, and self-help cassette tapes they need to function properly, and the penetrating techniques of deep-tissue massage help relieve inflammation caused by this blockage.
A Pivot Point–trained stylist with numerous hours of continuing-education courses, Carrie Thomas nimbly trims tresses and fashions strands into modern coiffures. Carrie lathers locks in a rich shampoo to rinse away dirt, excess oil, nesting barrettes, and tangled strands of phone cords acting as hair ties. Holstering her scissors, Carrie Thomas deftly drafts haircuts for men, women, and children to frame faces and match personal tastes before snipping manes into the desired shape. After cleansing and cutting curls, Carrie unfurls follicles under the warm breeze of a blow dryer and soothing strokes of a brush.
The heat from smooth stones spreads gently through the skin and muscles, easing tension and helping Massage Studio & Spa’s therapists relax their clients’ backs. Hot-stone massage, one of five massage modalities the studio’s staff offers, soothes the muscles of solo patrons or couples in sessions up to 90 minutes in length. The roster of services includes therapeutic massage, which uses neural muscular therapy to release pain in specific areas, as well as Swedish massage, deep-tissue massage, and sports massage, which lasts nine innings. However, the relaxation doesn't stop there. On the spa side, aestheticians help clients look as good as they feel with revitalizing services ranging from facials to body wraps and scrubs. They even offer teeth whitening treatments, brightening clients' smiles before sending them on their way.