Day Spa in Coon Rapids

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Ever since graduating from the massage therapy program at the Minnesota School of Business, Sherri Anderson has used her kneading know-how to relax countless achy muscles. Versed in myriad modalities, including Swedish, sports, and hot-stone massage, the certified massage therapist incorporates whatever techniques best treat each client's needs. Besides decreasing soreness, her massages help lower blood pressure, increase posture, and improve range of motion more effectively than transplanting your brain into Stretch Armstrong. Sherri works as part of The Circle of Healing Arts Co-op, a wellness cooperative whose other services run the gamut from life coaching to reiki.

299 Coon Rapids Blvd. NW, Ste. 105
Coon Rapids,
MN
US

Jung Ja International Salon and Spa, an Aveda concept salon, offers relaxing treatments with Aveda haircare, skincare, and bodycare products to help customers feel serene and beautiful. Stylists can apply an Aveda conditioning formula to hair, or add a hint of color with highlights instead of dropping customers off in the middle of a paintball arena. The spa’s massage therapists knead clients from head to toe using Aveda stress-relieving scalp treatments, aromatherapy, and hot stones.

1818 Coon Rapids Blvd NW
Coon Rapids,
MN
US

Signature Service: Massage and bodywork

Established: 2013

Reservations/Appointments: Recommended

Handicap Accessible: Yes

Staff Size: 2?10 people

Parking: Parking lot

Minimum Age Requirement: 13

Q&A with Lisa Mikkelson, Owner

What are some of your most popular services? What do you think clients love them so much?

Our most popular services include hot-stone massage, therapeutic massage, and craniosacral massage. Clients come in because of pain or stress, but they leave feeling relaxed and ready to face their day.

Do you agree with the phrase "beauty is on the inside?" Why or why not?

Yes. Attitude is everything.

Do you use any products you're particularly proud of?

Organic coconut oil

8433 W Broadway Avenue
Brooklyn Park,
MN
US

When it comes to getting a healthy glow, that big star at the center of the solar system doesn't always make it easy. For those who don't have the time to rotisserie themselves between breaks in the clouds, Paradise Tanning of Circle Pines offers an array of indoor bronzing options. That includes 11 lie-down tanning beds and one stand-up unit for the horizontally averse, where epidermal shades darken in 12- to 20-minute sessions. Meanwhile, Mystic Tan spray tans deliver beach-ready beautification in a fraction of that time, bronzing bodies in a up and down airbrush motion that takes mere seconds. Once bodies have adopted their new golden glow, Paradise Tanning helps them develop the confidence to show it off by offering seaweed, dry-mineral, and collagen-enriched aloe vera body wraps, which flush away internal poisons and cellulite and help tighten skin.

47 Central Street
Circle Pines,
MN
US

The aromas of coffee, cupcakes, chocolate, and cherries waft through the air inside Spalicious, where aestheticians pamper faces and bodies with custom, flavored skin treatments. Each rich, creamy body polish is forged from natural ingredients, such as the piña colada's fresh coconut cream or the cinnamon-apple pie's enzyme-packed apple purée. The scented salves work to soften, hydrate, and exfoliate skin as staffers brush them onto clients' bodies with the same care Leonardo da Vinci took when adorning the original Blue Man Group. The staff members extend their pampering finesse to the rest of the body, swathing hands and feet in similarly flavored solutions and further gussying up skin with herbal body wraps and henna tattoos. They also bolster beautified façades with organic, custom spray tanning and onsite fitness classes such as Zumba, yoga, and belly dancing.

215 Northtown Drive Northeast
Blaine,
MN
US

The team of therapists at Tiny Apples Massage Therapy soothes tense muscles with modalities such as Swedish, pregnancy, sports, and therapeutic massage. These techniques can ease injured muscles, improve range of motion, and call lazy blood cells to action. During hot-stone massages, massage therapists use smooth stones to loosen curmudgeonly knots. They also use a Japanese technique known as reiki, which targets the body's life force energy through the laying on of hands. They can also enhance these bodywork techniques with aromatherapy and detoxifying foot soaks. The former adds invigorating scents to the session, and the latter expels impurities by putting each sullied foot through a trial by ordeal.

10299 University Ave NE
Blaine,
MN
US