The beauty pros at Body Mind Spirit Soul cater to every aspect of the human form with massages, facials, body wraps, and waxing. The therapists specialize in locating and relieving sources of chronic pain in areas throughout the body, such as the neck, shoulders, back. They can enhance their soothing bodywork treatments with reflexology and aromatherapy, or nourish ailing skin with Sedona mud and sweet concoctions. Their repertoire of facials and skincare upgrades cater to every skin type with telling names such as Busy Bee Teen Facial, Zen for Men Ultimate, and Hand Renewal Treatment.
As the studio's name might suggest, the spa treatments at Simply Relax are designed to whisk away worries and tension. Facials and massages last up to 90 minutes, and special foot treatments erase aches acquired from long days on your feet or shoes made of Legos. Men's and women's waxing services leave any area of the anatomy smooth for weeks, whereas tinting services add a touch of defining color to remaining strands.
Linda Bowers channels two decades of experience in the health and beauty industry into her vision: helming a tranquil spa that allows the mind, spirit, and body to relax and rejuvenate. To do this, she’s transformed her studio into a peaceful refuge where clients can temporarily escape the stresses of work, family, and ferociously persistent encyclopedia salesmen. Within these peaceful digs, she and her staff perform services for the skin, including facials, corrective skin peels, and microdermabrasion. They also gussy up appearances with SofTap permanent makeup and spa waxing sessions performed with gentle products. To ensure relaxation penetrates deeper than skin level, the staff hosts a full menu of relaxing massages that include traditional Swedish massages, deep-tissue modalities, and hot-stone therapies.
When it comes to promoting holistic wellness, there are few therapies that fall outside Mija Cameto's scope. The certified massage therapist alleviates stress and muscle pains with standard relaxation and deep-tissue techniques, but she's also adept at performing a number of alternative modalities. Her specialties include Japanese reiki and shiatsu and Hawaiian lomi lomi, a modality that incorporates fluid motions and percussive tapping to unblock the flow of energy. Mija works at the Journey Center in Shingle Springs, but for an additional fee she can perform sessions in the comfort of your home, office, or giant peach.
When visitors walk into Dolce Vita Day Spa for the first time, it can be hard to stop staring. Gauzy curtains filter in the buttery, yellow light that dances off a full-wall mural of rocky cliffs jutting into the sea. Guests can further feast their eyes on private treatment rooms outfitted with invigorating orange walls, or Tuscan tiles, private tubs, and massage tables. They can choose from a bounty of treatments, creating a spa day with a loved one complete with champagne and couples' massages, pedicures, or facials. More targeted treatments include noninvasive anti-aging facials that turn back the clock with microdermabrasion, antioxidants, and youth-reviving story time.
When muscles' fibers part ever so slightly, blood flows efficiently and healing begins. At Healing Arts Awareness, licensed massage therapist Rob Warfield creates this space within muscles by working across the fibers—a technique appropriately dubbed cross-fiber. Rob often integrates innovative methods such as cross-fiber strokes, acupressure (trigger-point work), and stretching into his massage therapy sessions, depending on whether his clients are sore from a tough week, experiencing the physical challenges of pregnancy, or dealing with chronic muscular disorders. And of course, Rob can also deploy these specialized maneuvers to boost the healing effects of more traditional Swedish, sports, and pregnancy massages. Relaxation and healing is furthered with the soothing sounds of tropical raindrops with crickets or oceanwaves crashing on shore.