Serenity Salon & Spa is a full service salon and spa that envelopes the body in relaxation from scalp to toe-tip with Eminence products for facial services and Mirabella products for make-up services. A skilled aesthetician can tackle the T-zone with a facial, or nix unflattering fuzz during a specialty wax, while a licensed stylist can engineer flattering layers and color highlights. Guests may also retreat to a private room for deep-tissue or soothing Swedish massage from the spa's licensed massage therapist.
Featuring vibrant plants, two fireplaces, and calming white walls, Yoga at Simply Well feels as much like a home as it does a studio. Founded by Carlisle native Michele Landis, the program prides itself in offering yoga classes for all skill levels, taught by certified instructors. These leaders cultivate a comfortable environment in which students can push their bodies to gain greater flexibility, strength, calmer minds, and the ability to hear police radios. The schedule includes classes that range from 50 to 90 minutes and includes beginner, moderate, and hot-yoga sessions in addition to Pilates courses.
What was once a boarding house for U.S. senators is now a full-service spa, which relies on the same rustic charms those early 1900s politicians enjoyed to keep patrons relaxed. Vast windows offer guests views of the wraparound porch and the well-kept gardens beyond as they relax throughout a wide range of massages and facials.
As a licensed massage therapist, Barbara Trojecki has a simple motto: “We have only one body, so we need to take good care of it.” Barbara is a graduate of the Baltimore School of Massage, and her experience is diverse, ranging from the corporate and health-care sectors to day spas and fitness facilities. Now in the comfort of her private North Shore studio, she customizes flowing medium-pressure strokes, with firmer deep-tissue techniques to target lower-layer aches and relieve tension. Clients seeking to improve athletic performance and recover from nights of rolling down steep hills in oil drums may also request Barbara’s signature sports massage.
Husband-and-wife team Dr. Alan Rohrer and Ann Rohrer, a certified electrologist and master cosmetologist, founded Crystal Lume Medical Spa in an effort to help clients achieve their cosmetic goals with modern, noninvasive technologies. Ann brings an artists' eye to electrolysis, laser procedures, and microdermabrasion, working to illuminate natural beauty and reveal the da Vinci goddess hidden beneath depleted skin cells. Dr. Rohrer also emphasizes clients' good looks, rejuvenating facades with Botox, wrinkle fillers, Juvéderm, and other aesthetic services. They also wield lasers to eradicate unwanted tattoos and perform therapeutic massages to help erase tension caused by walking around with a tattoo that says "kick me."
The seasoned aestheticians of My Skin Care Day Spa aim to not only help clients with their skincare needs but also to educate them. The spa’s blog covers topics ranging from how to choose the right beauty products to exercises that help improve the skin’s elasticity and firmness. At the spa, you can indulge in facials, waxing, and relaxing back treatments.