JeanMarie Becker's quest to relieve others' stress led her to become a licensed and registered massage therapist. For the past decade, she has helped her clients to find relief from pain while teaching them to take care of themselves and listen to their bodies’ quiet, echoing whispers. She employs a range of massage modalities such as myofascial release and pregnancy massage, and she induces relaxation with light Swedish massage techniques along with firm deep-tissue strokes. When she isn't kneading muscles, JeanMarie drapes clients with towels, applies mini facials, and candles ears.
Dr. Kara—a former college basketball player—was educated at Parker University's College of Chiropractic. During her clinical internship, she spent three months in Bogota, Columbia as a member of the Colombian Olympic committee, where she provided chiropractic care to athletes and the actors who play them on TV. She finished up her education with certifications in active-release technique, Webster technique, Graston technique, and kinesiotape, all of which are performed on a daily basis at her own practice. She also specializes in helping expectant mothers find relief from discomfort with prenatal massages.
Each of Tangerine Salons' four locations operate under a charitable ethos and the nature-based tenants of Aveda. Aveda's environmentally conscious, naturally derived products infuse all of Tangerine's salon services. Seven tiers of hairstylists—ranging from Protégé I to Master III—handle the hairstyling duties by snipping, highlighting, and conditioning locks. At the Coppell and Cedar Hill locations, the staff dedicates space to an array of spa services, including massages, facial treatments, mani-pedis, and back facials that help eliminate crow's feet on people with eyes in the back of their heads.
Most popular service: Chiropractic, decompression, massage
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Pro Tip: Journey on toward better health for all. Unwind and heal from the inside out.
What’s your favorite part about your job?
Seeing people healthy again and [achieving] goals they thought were unobtainable. Our relationships with each other create family.
What steps do you take to make your clients feel at ease?
We get to know everyone. Everyone is welcome at our clinic, and we get a thorough understanding of each client's background and lifestyle to ensure we help them accomplish their goals.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
[We create] an atmosphere and place where we truly care about the whole individual for results. We look at clients beyond their condition. We look at pain, neurological, social, emotional, and environmental issues to ensure we treat effectively and quickly for long-term results.
Let it never be said that Lisa Moise doesn't listen to her customers. Years ago, as she was treating one of her clients, the two began talking about how nice it would be to have a salon where haircuts were more collaborative than cookie-cutter and pedicures didn't make people feel invisible from the feet up. Later, that same customer, Carrie McGehee, would join Lisa as a co-founder of Flower Mound Nails & More. Now, the two pursue their original goal, putting customers first during treatments that range from cuts and highlights to expert mani-pedis. As part of their pursuit of excellence, Lisa and Carrie have established strict standards for membership on their team, requiring their techs to be passionate, conversant, and trained in both customer service and relevant trade skills.
Arch Brows Threading & Spa takes an organic, ayurvedic Indian approach to traditional spa methods, often incorporating fresh fruits, vegetables, and herbs to beautify and promote relaxation. Although all-natural honey waxing and brow threading are the spa's specialty, skilled aestheticians can also trim the physique with a tummy mask or extract toxins with a seaweed and French clay body wrap. Clients may also solicit a nonsurgical face-lift or papaya enzyme peel to renew the complexion, or request a henna tattoo in the shape of a moustache to fool a local barber.