Day Spa in Chapel Hill


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  • Belle Spa
    Belle Spa’s team of four licensed aestheticians beautifies and pampers clients with facials, body treatments, and waxing. They come from locations as far-flung as Brazil and the United Arab Emirates to render organic facials that refresh skin with all-organic products. Likewise, their Columbian coconut treatment, a vitamin-packed body wrap, attacks cellulite by smoothing and tightening skin. The team’s waxing services rid hair from an array of locations, such as brows, chins, legs, and bathroom sinks. They also do waxing for men—chest, back, and stomach, to name three.
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    1728 Fordham BlvdRams Plaza Suite 105 A
    Chapel Hill, NC US
  • Spa Massage By Kristine and Wellness Associates
    Although soothing, massages aren’t just for relaxation—their benefits range from increased circulation to injury prevention. Licensed therapist Shannon Hester understands this, tailoring his services to fit the individual needs of his clients. Relying on an arsenal of modalities and techniques, he painstakingly expunges knots and alien probes cleverly disguised as knots. At Wellness Associates of Chapel Hill, Hester works alongside colleagues Duncan McChesney and Kristine Pita, who tap into their massage-therapy backgrounds to rejuvenate clients.
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    121 S Estes Dr.
    Chapel Hill, NC US
  • Bodhisattva Bodywork
    At Bodhisattva Bodywork, Anna Sanders works to relieve her clients' physical, mental, and emotional trauma through massage and energetic bodywork. In addition to more common modalities, she employs neuromuscular therapy during massages. Her energetic bodywork treatments include reiki sessions, cranio-sacral therapy, and Physio-Spiritual Etheric Bodywork. In addition, Anna is developing a series of guided meditation massages, including Green Tara Meditation Massage.
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    141 Providence Road, Suite 160 (within Fonthill Counseling)
    Chapel Hill, NC US
  • Keep in Touch Massage
    Although aromatherapy oils and warm towels comfort clients at Keep in Touch Massage, licensed massage therapist Shannon Hester is doing more than just relaxing the muscles. He believes massages are a legitimate step toward improving health. Drawing from more than 5,000 hours of experience, he tailors deep-tissue, Swedish, and prenatal massages to achieve a range of health benefits, such as boosting the immune system, improving posture, and promoting better sleep.
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    121 S Estes Dr.
    Chapel Hill, NC US
  • Toni Campbell Shaw
    After spending more than 27 years tending to patients at Duke University Medical Center, Toni Campbell Shaw decided it was time for a fresh approach to healing. In 2010, she graduated from the Body Therapy Institute, and soon thereafter she opened Toni's Massage. Massage therapy, however, has long been in her blood—Toni's mother was also a therapist and was instrumental in guiding her into the new profession. Now a seasoned practitioner of natural healing, Toni treats patients with a salvo of stress-relieving services that include Swedish massage, myofascial release, hot-stone therapy, aromatherapy, and chair massage. Toni has also completed Reiki I and Myokinesthetics for the Upper Body courses, which she uses to impart such benefits as decreased anxiety, improved sleep, and reduced fatigue. To alleviate any remaining uncertainty about the massage procedure and explain which style of hair best flatters the spine, clients are encouraged to consult the list of frequently asked questions.
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    2818 Beckett's Ridge Drive
    Hillsborough, NC US
  • Massage Envy
    Treating tense muscles is like bargain hunting—it can conserve a lot of money in the long run but shouldn’t be done with the aid of a shady character in a dark alley. Amid soothing décor featuring earthy tones and violet hues, clients of Massage Envy begin their session with an initial consultation that determines which customized massage will provide the best results. For example, a sports massage provides treatment specific to the athlete’s sport, reflexology targets points on the extremities to balance the nervous system, and deep-tissue massage unties knots while relieving chronic muscle tension. Trigger-point therapy alleviates tight areas within muscle tissue through cycles of isolated pressure and release, while a Swedish massage relaxes the whole body with long, gliding strokes. The professional massage therapists at Massage Envy will apply the necessary muscle treatment with pinpoint precision and buttery smoothness during convenient hours, including evenings and weekends.
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    1800 E Franklin St
    Chapel Hill, NC US
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