Beauty & Spas in Corvallis

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With many locations throughout Washington, Tan Republic outfits their salons with sleek, modern designs and earth-toned walls, filling private tanning rooms with a suite of melanin-conjuring machines. Guests can choose from Mystic Tan and VersaSpa spray-tanning booths, high-pressure tanning beds, or jars full of fireflies that can be held against the skin for a natural glow. The salons also offer six varieties of lotion, each formulated for specific bronzing needs.

2047 NW Monroe Ave
Corvallis,
OR
US

For more than 45 years, Seriously Sassy Salon's stylists have been cutting the hair of men and women in Corvallis. But haircuts are just the tip of the iceberg at this full-service salon, which offers rich color treatments, extensions, spray tanning, and hair-removal services. Come in for a spa mani-pedi, or have a Brazilian bikini wax before getting hair permanently sleekened with a keratin smoothing treatment. With licensed and friendly stylists and aestheticians on staff, Seriously Sassy Salon is a welcoming beauty spot to get groomed from top to toes.

1965 NW Kings Blvd
Corvallis,
OR
US

Roofer-turned-cosmetologist Garret Vogler opened Suite 101 Salon as a place to share his passion for precision haircuts and creative color. He is joined by a team of fellow stylists who embrace his enthusiasm for keeping ladies, gents, and life-like droids looking their best. The salon also offers body-waxing services and stocks its shelves with products from lines such as Paul Mitchell, Matrix Biolage, and China Glaze.

113 SW 3rd St
Corvallis,
OR
US

Licensed massage therapists and technicians at The Gentle Dragon shepherd clients toward holistic health with knot-defying massage and an on-site apothecary stocked with botanical products. During the integrated holistic massage, therapists address individual muscle aches with a combination of flowing effleurage strokes, deep-tissue techniques, and stress eviction notices tapped in Morse code. Strong hands glide over tense areas on a wave of aromatic essential oils, stimulating circulation and kneading toxins from their muscular hideouts. Then therapists wind an herbal poultice around clients’ necks before picking out reflex points on the hands, feet, and ears with gentle squeezes and a swinging searchlight. Each reflex point corresponds to a specific organ function or muscle, triggering full-body relaxation and greater overall health.

6251 U.S. 101
Yachats,
OR
US

As a child, Aimee Murphy began her career massaging her dad's feet for a quarter a piece. Understandably, the price has increased since then, but so has her passion for healing touch. Aimee contends that there are few things more powerful than touch, often using Reiki during sessions at her private Medicina Massage & Bodywork studio.

Whether it's for preventative medicine or in conjunction with more conventional forms of healthcare, Aimee works closely with clients to ensure deep-tissue and ashiatsu techniques are tailored to the individual. By using the ashiatsu foot-pressure techniques, Aimee can reach lower-layer muscles and weigh herself on the scales that are often tattooed on clients' backs.

Her massages take place on a table equipped with a FAR-infrared bio mat that further soothes muscles, detoxifies the body, and boosts circulation, and she employs therapeutic-grade essential oils, as well. For those who want to learn more about the oils, Aimee teaches complimentary classes on using them for health purposes, cleansing, and calming the senses.

564 Southwest 3rd Street
Corvallis,
OR
US

Throughout his career, licensed massage therapist Kevin McLellan has been blending eastern and western techniques. While he was mastering western bodywork traditions, he also practiced acupressure, qi gong, and Judo?in fact, he's now a black belt.

At his massage studio, however, Kevin concentrates on just two modalities: Swedish and shiatsu massage. The treatments might vary in pressure and philosophy, but they share many similar benefits, including alleviated stress, reduced pain, and a better understanding of what it's like to be bread dough.

230 SW 3rd St.
Corvallis,
OR
US