After being brought up in a salon family, LaSpina owner Joe LaSpina left the nest to run his own salon, HairWorks, which eventually branched into three locations. LaSpina's aesthetic skills grew leaps and bounds after a decade at HairWorks, leading him to work on the set of Newhart and eventually open his namesake salon and spa. Now LaSpina leads a staff of experienced salon and spa professionals who pamper and transform patrons with hair design, color enhancement, facials, and massages.
Inside the salon, haircuts and updos build new styles as color-enhancement and texturing services disguise strands in new shades and shapes. Stylists smother tresses in products from Redken, Paul Mitchell, American Crew, and Joe LaSpina's signature line. LaSpina also comes to the aid of clients dealing with hair loss due to illness, genetics, or blindfolded weed whacking, meticulously working with hairpieces and wigs to create a stylish look.
Weary bodies revitalize under the care of spa professionals, whose nimble fingers knead out tension during massages or slather countenances in SkinCeuticals products during facials. An array of body-waxing and custom spray-tan services keeps skin smooth and toned, and nail techs tend to the smaller details with pampering manicures and pedicures.
The licensed aestheticians at Aiyana Spa rejuvenate world-weary visages and unbundle tightly wound bodies with personalized care. At the beginning of each treatment, specialists consult with clients to customize facials to their individual needs or desire to look like Rembrandt. Technicians will then spruce up face parts, evicting oil and impurities with Dermalogica, Dermaquest, and Sense products before locking in moisture and cleanliness with a treatment mask. Alternatively, massage therapists soothe stressed backs with Swedish massages and organic oils. The alternating strokes of gentle and heavy pressure pummel knotted muscles, relieving tension while stimulating circulation and coaxing sighs of relaxation from freshly unfurled frames.
Practitioner Diane D'Annibale cultivates the physical and emotional well-being of others through holistic health modalities. All mitigation sessions occur in a toasty room with tranquil music lightly humming in the background. Clients rest on a comfy table as Diane plies backs, necks, shoulders, appendages, and third-eyes, employing a variety of stroke techniques, pressure, and posturing based on the client's individual issues. Regular massage work carries a number of benefits, including increased energy, ease of chronic pain, and heightened clarity on what to eat for breakfast the next morning.
Brands Used: Skin Script, Biofreeze
Handicap Accessible: No
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Free street parking
Minimum Age Requirement: 18
Pro Tip: We offer off-street parking directly across the street from the business.
What are some of your most popular services? What do you think clients love them so much?
Our most popular services include massage, medical massage, pre-natal massage, facials, waxing, and health coaching.
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