The full-service salon—tackling hair, nails, skin, massages, and tans—beautifies patrons in an eclectic setting. Black salon chairs and hair stations pop against pink walls. Ample sunlight bounces off shiny surfaces, including polished concrete floors, hot-pink mod chairs, and the smiling faces of the beauty pros. Other eclectic touches include eye-catching chandeliers, a zebra-print rug, and a large print of the Eiffel Tower with paint splattered all over it.
Cody King understands muscles. Aside from graduating as the valedictorian of his class at MTC, the licensed massage therapist spent 10 years working as a certified fitness instructor, allowing him to bring a unique understanding of the body's need for recovery, relaxation, and frequent fist bumps to the massage table. Drawing on his expertise in musculoskeletal anatomy and physiology, he integrates multiple massage techniques––including Swedish, hot stone, and neuromuscular therapy––to customize treatments that address specific pain- or stress-related complaints. He also works in tandem with a licensed physician at Capitol Spine and Rehabilitation, where physical therapy and chiropractic medicine meet spa-like services, to help clients find relief from injury and get back on the leapfrog circuit as quickly as possible.
Inside the soothing surrounds of World of Wellness Day Spa, practiced pamperers coddle patrons with all manner of indulgent treatments aimed at revitalizing weary protoplasm and enhancing holistic health. During the refreshing massage-moisture facial, dingy mugs are scrubbed clean with water-based cleansers, blanketed in a restorative mask, and swaddled in an ambrosia of wrinkle- and acne-abating moisturizers. The procedure lasts 35–50 minutes, depending on skin condition, and exclusively employs products free of pore-clogging synthetic oils, parabens, and teenage angst.
The friendly staff at Luciana’s Massage & Spa Therapies offers a variety of customizable treatments to soothe weary soul sacks. Refresh your frontispiece with an express facial, designed to rebalance your epidermis. The quick treatment begins with a skin analysis to determine your dermal desires, followed by deep cleanse, exfoliation, mask therapy, and restorative herbal-steam treatment to rejuvenate and replenish your outer peel. Muscle maladies are eradicated during the sweet-smelling, 30-minute hot-stone massage. As you relax in a comfortable, private suite, Luciana’s knowledgeable knot-kneaders target subterranean stress, chronic aches and pains, and deep-seated fears of giraffes with a personalized massage. Hot stones help relax muscles and tissue, alleviate stress, eliminate toxins, relieve pain, and improve circulation. Soothing aromas, tranquil sounds, and the glow of candles create a serene atmosphere for your visage or bone box mollycoddling.
The staff of The Wellness Centre of Baton Rouge believes in a variety of approaches when it comes to feeling good and looking beautiful. Led by Karin Nielsen, practitioners perform lymphatic-drainage therapy, which can help eradicate toxins and expel unwanted bad vibes. With the aim of bringing bodies into balance with holistic approaches, The Wellness Centre offers a variety of detoxifying therapies, such as infrared sauna and ionic footbaths.
Formerly Christian Avery Spa, Renew Day Spa & Salon houses a team of licensed massage therapists, stylists, and aestheticians that fawns over patrons throughout each massage, facial, and manicure in a cornucopia of rejuvenating services. The staff focuses on building a clientele not by relying on grandiose décor but by establishing long-term relationships with customers. In addition to a lenient six-hour cancellation policy, Renew Day Spa & Salon promises a calm environment untouched by the noisy sound of cellphone/pager courtship rituals.