Salon 4 & Spa is so confident in their work, they guarantee it for five days after appointments. Working out of a newly opened space, the Salon 4 team consists of trained stylists, aestheticians, and nail experts. They also have massage therapists on staff that are proficient in six different types of treatment. For those with busy schedules, the staff makes itself available for both evening and weekend hours, when most other massage therapists are hibernating like bears and college students.
Like a professor knowledgeable on tulip mania, alien black oil, and a myriad of seemingly esoteric subjects, Massage Envy's licensed body therapists ably converse with the gamut of muscle ailments. They'll unravel tense coils of accumulated inner-stress through a perfectly catered treatment for individual clients' needs that may include various styles and techniques. Swedish massages offer gentle rubbing for muscular soothing and improved circulation, while deep tissue focuses specifically on untying the body's Gordian knots and releasing chronic tension. A prenatal massage is ideal for expecting mothers who could use a little relief from carrying another person inside them, and a sports massage provides tension relief and injury prevention for an athlete's body.
In a studio located within Johnson Chiropractic & Holistic Health Center, licensed massage therapist Bailee Schultz works to assuage each individual's aches and pains. While chiropractors realign spines in other treatment rooms, Schultz focuses on loosening muscles and freeing bodies from everyday stress and tension. Details such as aromatic essential oils, soothing hot towels, and foot-scrub treatments leave visitors to Schultz Therapeutic Massage feeling relaxed and pampered.
Though Shadonica Williams has been immersed in the beauty industry as a cosmetologist and then a nail technician since 1998, it's only recently that she decided to follow her other passion: massage. At Royal Treatment, she specializes in kneading knots out of her clients' muscles and fascia with Swedish, deep-tissue, and myofascial-release techniques. She sometimes combines these modalities with techniques such as trigger-point therapy and stretching for integrative massage therapy. While she applies her slow, precision strokes, Williams also educates clients on their bodies' inner workings.
Jeni gave up a career in business to pursue her passion for helping people overcome pain and emotional stress. She attained her massage therapist’s license and set up shop at Massage Therapy by Jeni, where she specializes in numerous modalities. Alongside standards such as Swedish, deep tissue, and pregnancy, Jeni offers Deluxe Detox Relaxation massages that use essential oils, foot wraps, and reflexology to keep the mind from spinning in circles chasing its own brain stem. For those experiencing pain, she uses hot and cold therapies—combined with therapeutic massage—to bring relief to the affected areas.
RiverScape Massage is the brainchild of Paula M. Harmon, LMT. Paula?s background in biological science gives her keen understanding of the body and mind, which she uses to quell aches during relaxation- and clinical-massage sessions. She recognizes that every body has its own unique challenges, and she is keen to listen to clients and give them a custom massage. Paula can help alleviate pain resulting from a vigorous run, an old injury, plain old age, or help clients relax after a stressful week of work.