Black-and-white floor tiles, turquoise drapery, and slanted mirrors set the scene at Identity Hair Spa, where stylists help coiffures exceed their aesthetic potential with haircuts for men, women, and children, coloring treatments, and feather extensions. The salon’s aestheticians make guests look like celebrities with waxing, anti-aging facials, and chihuahuas they can fit in their purse. The team also prepares clients for their special day with body-firming wraps and bridal parties that can include hairstyling and makeup for the bride, bridesmaids, and flower girl.
Stylist Hannah Ostby keeps her clients chic and relaxed, pairing face-framing haircuts with complimentary glasses of wine at Bella Bliss Salon. Equally adept at styling men's and women's hair, Hannah also gilds strands with highlights or boosts all-over color. Elsewhere in the salon, a team of nail technicians brightens hands with traditional manicures, long-lasting gel polish, and acrylic or solar nails.
Skilled stylists tame tresses and snip strands inside Diamond Diva Salon with a diverse array of services. Guests can receive simple bang trims, rehab locks with nourishing deep-conditioning treatments, or fully make over manes with voluminous layers and eye-catching highlights.
Long before Tammy McGill became a licensed massage therapist, she kept herself busy kneading her parents' and family friends' knotted muscles. That innate talent led her to massage school, and she now relieves muscle tension on a daily basis.
In Dr. Stanley Teplick's 30 years of experience, he's trained at the Mayo Clinic, served as a professor of ophthalmology, and performed 25,000 refractive surgeries. One such procedure was performed live on television, when KPTV Oregon anchor Shauna Parsons beamed her experience live into the Fox News studios. Parsons wasn’t the only high-profile patient to rely on Dr. Teplick's skills, which have also plucked spectacles off the famous faces of professional athletes, TV personalities, and Miss Oregon 2008. Whether glasses don't fit the wearers' lifestyles or patients are simply tired of harvesting contact lenses from their thorny vines, Dr. Teplick's surgeries provide solutions to a wide array of peeper problems. His practice also expands to care for the rest of the face by offering cosmetic injections and chemical peels.
At Yora Massage, the massage therapists work to relieve joint and muscle issues with two steps: they massage the soft tissue and manipulate the joint itself. Based on Dr. James Cyriax's practice of transverse friction massage, the staff's techniques are designed to break down fiber adhesions and restore the muscle's proper shape, so clients don't have to seek out muscle-shaped Jell-O molds. The therapists work on the surface layer of muscles as well as into their deeper strata while oscillating the joints. In doing so, they can recover a muscle's functionality, rather than just relieving its pain.