At Simple Healing Touch Massage, the massage therapists ease tension and stress with a variety of massage modalities. Swedish massages boost oxygen flow and circulation and decrease muscle toxins thanks to the massage therapist's long, gliding strokes in the direction of blood flowing back to the heart. Deep-tissue massages are similar, but focus on the deepest layers of muscle tissue to relieve chronic pain. Clients can also indulge in hot-stone massages, which employ smooth, water-heated stones?rather than rocks from the studio's backyard volcano?to ease stiff muscles. In addition, the studio offers bodywork sessions specifically for athletes, pregnant women, and seniors.
Walking into Kani Beauty Salon is like walking into a friendly neighbor's house, assuming you live next door to a beauty parlor. Stylists welcome visitors to the cheery space for hair services that range from routine trims to more dramatic mane-makeovers. Highlights and lowlights can add dimension to locks, while perms or keratin treatments render them lushly full or sleek and straight. The specialists also perform waxing treatments for the full body.
YogaFix Orlando's team of motivated teachers urges students toward harnessing mental and physical balance with Ashtanga, Hatha, and meditative yoga classes. Students can select sweat sessions from an extensive schedule of classes, each of which leads about 15 students through energizing warm-ups and tranquil meditation. Within the serene studio space, aspiring yogis spread studio-provided mats onto burnished hardwood floors skirted by sage walls, glimmering lights, and a statue of Buddha that breaks into celebratory applause during difficult poses. Ashtanga Basics acquaints fledgling yogis with a fundamental series of asanas designed to build strength and vitality with deep breathing and helpful modifications. To chisel muscles and forge heightened flexibility like a Jello sculpture with formidable biceps, students can fortify cores in dynamic power yoga or burn fat with fast-paced Hatha postures in tummy-trimming movement yoga. Alternatively, gentle yoga soothes sinews with gradual exercises and pranayama breathing for students coping with medical problems or injuries sustained during championship speed-reading contests.
Part of the venerable Paul Mitchell network, the Orlando school channels its storied doctrines of style and techniques through a skilled squad of student coiffure-carvers and professional instructors. Under the close supervision of an experienced professor of pulchritude, Paul Mitchell student stylists perform a wide array of services, including creating cute cuts ($12+) and updos ($20+), finger-exercising mini facials ($10+), piggy-pampering pedicures ($15+), and more. High-quality products by the one and only Paul Mitchell are for sale to take home (not included with this Groupon), providing a souvenir of your first date with your new ’do or your last memory with your former face.
Relax your tired muscles, replace the aches and pains with a soothing massage. Invigorate and restore the natural balance of your body. Our clients will feel stronger to face the stress of daily life. Our hours are convenient for your busy schedule. Reward your body with a stress relief massage.
While they specialize in massage, it would be erroneous to say The Massage Center's therapists only do one thing. Their fingers can knead and stroke to the tune of 14 massage modalities, each one carefully administered to render specific benefits.
It's not hard to figure out what the massages accomplish, since the center gives each treatment an easy to remember name. For example, "My Vacation" is just that: an escape into the massage room for a light, Swedish massage focused on relieving stress. During "Rainy Day" treatments, essential oils drop onto the body, while the "Aroma Delight Relaxation" treatments fill the massage room with soothing scents. Other massages focus on specific types of clients, like athletes or expectant mothers. During the "Baby on Board" massage, therapists address lower back pain, swelling in the legs, and other issues for women from the second trimester to six months after birth, when a child can finally leave for college.