For nearly a decade, the skincare professionals at Lan’s Skin Care and Health Spa have maintained a relaxing haven that stimulates the body's capacity to heal. With each service, they attend to emotional and physical needs, adhering to the belief that mind, body, and spirit are as inextricably linked as peanut butter and the roof of your mouth. Aestheticians ease the mind with quiet treatment rooms, and relax the body by punctuating facials with hand, foot, and shoulder massages. Together, these efforts uplift the spirit and foster overall wellness.
Acne treatments and deep-skin-cleaning services dot the menu alongside permanent-makeup applications that enhance natural features. Lending equal credence to the areas beneath the neck, the specialists perform body wraps and offer steam and sauna therapy.
We do detoxifying, slenderizing body wraps using compression bandages soaked in a mineral solution. After you are wrapped like a mummy, we baste you with solution and have you do light exercise on a Gazelle for about an hour. Afterwards, your skin feels tighter, you body is slimmer and you feel great.
At Palace Spa, relaxation occurs long before you sprawl out on a massage table. The reason for that?ambient light. The spa's color-changing lights turn the hallways into luminescent corridors of calming blues, warming greens, and tranquil yellows, helping to lesson anxiety before the massage.
Add to that the 360-degree sound system that plays soothing music, and you have a soothing experience that extends beyond your hour on the table. But the massage is still the highlight.
Palace Spa's therapists all have at least five years of massage experience and perform numerous modalities. Treatments include full-body massages, hot-stone massages, and foot massages, all of which ease tension and help clients feel as happy as a politician who just pulled a photogenic baby out of a well.
America's Massage & Wellness's 12 licensed therapists use their skills not only to ease their clients into a relaxed state, but also as a therapeutic intervention when muscle tension and pain becomes chronic. Deep-tissue, trigger-point, and hot stone are a few of their seven modalities. The team renders each massage in a room awash in colors such as spring green and purple, which foster tranquility better than the therapist whispering "spring green and purple" during sessions. Therapists can also give sessions a boost with other services, such as body-balancing or reflexology treatments.
Located in Concord, Sun City Spa is a busy full-service salon and beauty spot dedicated to helping clients look and feel their best. A "Glam Squad" of licensed beauty professionals takes care of hair, nails, and makeup, also offering massage, facials, and spray tanning, among many other treatments. Pop in to have permanent eyebrow color applied, indulge in a luxurious salt scrub exfoliation, or go for a daring Brazilian wax. The team is passionate about staying on top of beauty trends, while maintaining a warm, welcoming, and funky ambiance.
Certified massage therapist and posturist Robert Macaraeg deals with more than just tense muscles. Though his nimble fingers and firm hands are quite capable of kneading out stubborn kinks, he draws upon his understanding of the human form to help clients walk tall and live free of posture-related pains. To accomplish this, he combines manual muscle work with strategic stretches that squeeze out toxins and retrain the muscles, teaching them to keep the body upright during long periods of sitting or marathon planking matches.