A practicing massage therapist since 2003, Jeniene Nieboer works her muscle-relaxing magic amid the friendly atmosphere of Pure Wellness Centre. Jeniene carries out her repertoire, which includes the therapeutic deep-tissue technique, alongside a holistically minded team of stylists, nutritionists, and personal trainers. Jeniene aims to keep customers' bodies not only beautiful on the outside but also healthy on the inside—which facilitates greater jellybean consumption.
Reduced anxiety levels and fatigue. Improved quality of sleep. Better circulation. More flexible joints. Clients at REJUVENATE Wellness can experience these health benefits just by lying atop the heated treatment table where massage therapists perform their ameliorative trade. Whether in the studio or at clients' homes or offices, therapists personalize each of their therapeutic massages by pulling techniques from Swedish, deep-tissue, reflexology, craniosacral, and trigger-point massage. Their wellness services are rounded out with holistic-health workshops, couples massage-training classes, and personal training with weekly weigh-ins and meditation scripts.
With a menu of more than 100 personal pampering services, M Spa is a serene one-stop shop for a massage, facial, wax, manicure, and hairstyle. Evict split ends and matted vegemite with a custom haircut ($37+ for women, $24+ for men), then retint freshly hewn tresses with a single-process coloring ($49+). The exfoliating full-body scrub ($45) brushes off epidermal dross while rendering skin cases soft and smooth for upcoming pillow rivalries. A detox-seaweed body wrap enhances the body's own detoxification efforts ($85), and a manicure ($25+) and paraffin wax dip ($10) shape and shine raggedy digits in time for upcoming shadow-puppet competitions.
Before opening Touch of Indigo Massage Therapy, Mackenzie honed her craft during 750 hours of training. Since then, she's continued to fine-tune those skills through continuing-education courses as well as tirelessly trying to grow a third arm. Mackenzie is proficient in multiple types of treatment: she dissolves tension with Swedish strokes, undoes knots with deep-tissue kneads, and pampers hands and feet with salt or sugar scrubs. As a postpartum doula and mother of three, she also takes a special interest in assuaging childbearing aches with prenatal and postnatal massages.
The team at European Spa Boutique administers a thoughtful blend of naturally derived and technologically advanced treatments. A less-irritating, antiseptic wax made from soybeans is used for hair removal, and heated lava stones warm achy muscles during body treatments. For the extensive selection of facials, aestheticians call upon both methods of treatment: botanical extracts calm acned skin, chemical peels are harvested from chocolate and berries, and microcurrent and LED-light therapies are designed to increase collagen production and dissipate fine lines.
Backed by their exclusive line of rejuvenating skincare products, the certified medical aestheticians at Bella Kara Skin Care can handle any skin concerns thrown their way. Relaxing spa rooms come stocked with the company’s personal line of eye creams, toners, and exfoliators, giving aestheticians the tools they need to fade signs of aging and erase blackheads. The techs combine their products with microcurrent-wave technology and LED-light therapy. They also enhance eyes with makeup and by individually applying NovaLash extensions or noodles to existing lashes.