At this Aveda hair salon and spa, the beauty specialists pamper and beautify their guests with gentle, plant-based products for hair and skin. Lavender accent walls in the hair salon and soothing blue walls in the private massage and body therapy room heighten the relaxation. For hands and feet, the spa designs more than just the typical mani-pedi. The treatment nurtures skin with warm seaweed masques, paraffin dips, and massages before refreshing nails with color or French styles.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Shellac manicure
Brands Used: OPI CND
What is one of your signature services? How is it performed?
Paraffin dips and hot stone massages for legs, feet and hands. I relax and refresh your dry skin or cuticles with a dip in paraffin wax, then wrap them in warm mittens. I also apply hot stones with warm lotion to relax you and stimulate circulation.
Do you offer your customers any extra perks?
Coffee, tea, water, wine, and magazines.
Forsyth Woman Magazine described Tamisty Salon & Day Spa as "a place that focuses on luxury, peacefulness and serenity without charging extra, and a place that is, without a doubt, not your typical salon." Tamisty's team lives up to this description with an array of soothing facial services, including hot-stone facials and microdermabrasion treatments, plus massages, nailcare and haircare, and waxing. Tamisty also offers spa packages, such as the Pure Indulgence, which combines a one-hour massage with a European facial, mani-pedi, and shampoo and style, leaving clients looking and feeling refreshed.
Herbs and essential oils mingle in the air, creating an intoxicating scent that seeps deep into clients' pores. So deep, in fact, that tension begins to dissipate before massage therapist Nneka even sets to work. This experience is known as the Herbal Rejuvenation therapeutic massage, one of Neo Bloom Spatique's many stress-melting types of bodywork. Nneka also offers Ultimate Foot Worx reflexology, which relaxes the entire body by working pressure points on the feet and hands, as well as the Heat Souffle Stone massage, which relies on warm stones to soothe the body.
Between her passion for massage and her gregarious personality, Kate Heriot has much to share in the way of healing. That’s why she founded MyMassage, where she kneads away knots and encourages her trained staff to expand their already considerable muscle-mending repertoires with new techniques. Ask Kate about the benefits of massage therapy and she will likely expound at length on its ability to ease tension from working long days at the office and heal muscles injured while carrying one’s boss to and from the bathroom.
Standing behind her station inside Salon Brio, Marin Owen cuts and styles the hair of her clients while drawing on experience she acquired by specializing in haircuts and spa services for men at The Boardroom Salon for Men. Owen also grooms jaw lines with precise straight-razor shaves and trims and polishes nails with manicures and pedicures. Clients can ask for a subtle no-polish look or long-lasting Shellac polish, which can withstand time in the boxing ring much longer than traditional color.