The professional staff at Genesis Salon & Rejuvenation Centre beautifies and pampers its guests with a diverse range of spa services. Monthly specials offer a changing selection of services such as a cocoa-peppermint pedicure, during which a salon expert will bathe worn feet in a cocoa bath and scrub them with peppermint, softening the skin while marinating it in a pleasant holiday spirit ($35). Indulge an unkempt face with a lip wax and brow sculpting ($23), or enjoy year-round follicle enhancement options that include men's haircuts ($23–$50), women's haircuts ($35–$65), and color treatments ($40+). Relax muscles worn down from competing in refrigerator-juggling competitions with a 30-minute massage ($45). Clean and soften battered cuticles with a hot-oil manicure ($27), or adorn dull digits with a full set of acrylic, fiberglass, or silk nails ($40) while imbuing palm prongs with so much dazzle that oysters will shuck themselves upon contact.
The staff of Colorado Wellness Spa strives to make their guests feel, quite literally, at home. Their intimate spa, characterized by a warm colors, oriental rugs, and antique wood and leather furniture, is located inside a converted 1891 Victorian home. In a lounge separated by French doors, visitors relax with complimentary snacks and mugs of organic blended teas. On a furnished outdoor patio, they recline on lounge chairs and take dips into a hot tub. The spa's staff members also provide robes, towels, and sandals upon request to induce the calming sensations of falling asleep in a laundry hamper.
The spa's wealth of fruit and herb-inspired treatments put guests even more at ease. Licensed therapists perform nine types of massage such as custom, deep-tissue, and hot stone, along with a signature sagebrush aromatherapy massage, which blends traditional Eastern and Native American healing techniques. Using aromatic essential oils and holistic skin-care products, therapists also drape clients in green tea herbal body wraps, massage their skin with facials, and dip their feet into copper bowls during orange-coconut pedicures. Though small, many of the spa's rooms are designed for side-by-side services such as massages, body treatments, facials, and mani-pedis.
Scents of lavender, peppermint, and wild orange infuse each visit to Natural Therapeutics, an alternative wellness center that tames tension with a soothing blend of massage strokes and doTerra essential oils. Ten licensed massage therapists pair Western modalities such as Swedish massage with Eastern styles such as shiatsu to address problems ranging from migraine headaches to post-traumatic stress disorder. The studio’s signature service is the AromaTouch integrative massage, during which the therapist applies essential oils to the body’s energy pathways, calling upon their antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties to help to calm the nervous system and detoxify the body. In addition to massages, Natural Therapeutics also offers detox services, body wraps, steam treatments, ion footbaths, and private colon hydrotherapy sessions. The center also stocks the full line of doTerra products, allowing clients to carry the therapeutic-grade essences home with them for proud display in their own home oil cellar.
With a friendly and professional staff of stylists, Paloma Salon & Micro Spa pampers and beautifies clients with a range of top-quality organic products from Onesta and Kevin Murphy. Hands and feet pining for attention can be placated with the spa mani-pedi, during which technicians trim and shape digit shields before coating them with a selection from the colorful panoply of paints, ensuring digits maintain a welcoming environment for diamond rings, ruby toe rings, and emerald-studded thimbles.
Patricia Thompson, the certified massage therapist at Professional Therapies, dedicates herself to helping each client fulfill his or her optimal physical, mental, and spiritual health. A member of the Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals, she facilitates wellness with a variety of therapeutic treatments, ranging from massage and bodywork to psychotherapy. Her treatments can help relax the body and soothe muscles, and can also help alleviate chronic pain and assist the healing of injuries.
The staff at Spa Petite works towards relaxation and aesthetic goals with, among other assets, a degree from the Colorado Institute of Massage Therapy, training with essential oils, and decades of reiki experience. Smooth stones soak up warmth, ready to slip across backs during hot-stone massages, and Sherri Duchene prepares batches of imported French wax to remove unwanted hair. While working in the spa, she also draws upon knowledge of supplements, herbs, and aromatherapy to create her own creams and oils free of artificial ingredients, which can irritate skin. Neuromuscular massages and reiki treatments work to stimulate the body's natural healing processes, unlike schoolyard bullies, who target the body’s natural ability to hit itself.