Equipment: Life Fitness, Precor, Star Track, TRX, kettlebells, Battle ropes, boxing
Students should bring: Water bottle, towel, boxing gloves, MMA gloves, wraps
Average class length: 60 minutes
Number of Staff: 1?5 people
Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes
Registration required: Yes
Good for beginners: Yes
Guests allowed: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: Be ready to move, and have fun.
Handicap Accessible: No
Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: Free street parking
Most popular service: I provide is color and cuts.
Brands Used: Paul Mitchell color and products
Pro Tip: I always have some kind of deal going on here in the salon.
Brands Used: Paul Mitchell
Alwin Amos, a tattoo artist at ShaZam Ink, creates body art with a hand-poked tattooing method also known as stick 'n’ poke. He uses the same needle and bar combinations as a machine in order to ink flesh with geometric shapes, silhouettes, and floral designs. The process takes longer than machine tattooing, but it requires less pokes and thus heals more quickly while retaining vibrant color. Many customers also report that the process is less painful than machine tattooing.
Registered massage therapist Nicole Paulin undoes the detriments of stressful lifestyles with a combination of therapeutic and relaxing massages. Although she practices a range of modalities—such as Swedish, stretch, and prenatal massages—she specializes in deep-tissue work, delivering firm, cross-grain strokes to ease out deeply embedded muscle knots. She also travels to places of business, helping alleviate workplace-related soreness caused from poor posture and tension.
Drawing inspiration and the name of her business from her daughter, owner and licensed aesthetician Christine Skally personally beautifies complexions with organic Hylunia products designed for all skin types. Specialized chemical peels and diamond-tip microdermabrasion treatments offer further facial renewal, and Christine’s herbal body wraps soothe skin with venerated chinese herbs that slough off expired skin cells without requesting that clients run through a pumice gauntlet.
Internationally licensed massage therapist Zhenya Chsheglova knows her calling in life is to help people. She spent years as a nurse practitioner in health clinic and children?s hospitals before opening the day spa with her husband, Christopher. Their staff dishes out face-firming facials and muscle-relaxing massages. Full-body waxing services tackle pesky hairs on the chin and upper legs, and pampering treatments, including mani-pedis and body wraps, can be combined for spa parties with small groups.