Family Massage Therapy helps clients unwind with the stress-vanquishing strokes of Swedish, therapeutic, and relaxation massage. Treatments take place in Family Massage’s private room, whose blue and green hues evoke an astronaut’s view of the planet Earth hiding in a blueberry patch. Alternatively, the Family Massage team travels to homes and offices, offering 10- to 15-minute chair massages for staff-appreciation days and other events.
State-licensed specialists pamper every inch of clients' bodies with skincare services, whole-body treatments, and massage therapy bolstered by brand-name products. Licensed by the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology, Celebration Day Spa's aestheticians skillfully pamper epidermal surfaces during procedures including the popular That's Classic! facial and the firming cactus toning wrap, which features a citrus grass scrub and a massage with agave-nectar oil. Clients may also hop atop a comfy treatment table and let one of the spa's State Medical Board of Ohio?licensed massage therapists knead away tension and stress with treatments ranging from a 15-minute chair massage to a 60-minute golf massage. Celebration Day Spa's team actively gives back to the community by supporting various charitable organizations through events, fundraisers, and countless nods of approval.
The multi-talented team at Headliners Salon & Day Spa has devoted more than 30 years to pampering clients, bolstering their confidence, and redefining their personal and professional looks. Stylists can trim or color stray locks to create a tidy new look, and nail technicians treat digits with everything from soothing paraffin treatments to chip-resistant gel polishes. Aestheticians help smooth away blemishes with chemical peels and microdermabrasion procedures and also nourish skin by incorporating vitamin C or nutrient-rich enzymes into their standard spa facials. Drawing on their mastery of multiple massage modalities, massage therapists can melt away tension with hot stones or stimulate the senses with aromatherapy.
Bred as half salon, half spa, Scott Talbot Salonspa overhauls men's and women's stale looks with a menu of hair, nail, and skin treatments. Armed with products by Redken, Pureology, and Moroccanoil, stylists enhance hair color with highlights and gray blending or break into a cutting frenzy by snipping off split ends or transforming floor-length hair into chic bobs to ward off overly aggressive princes. Cushy pedicure chairs line the nail area, where technicians push back encroaching cuticles and embellish fingers and toes with polish and acrylic fills. Aestheticians and massage therapists guide guests into a quiet spa room for one of five specialty facials or a Swedish massage.
New Health Centers consists of more than 300 health-care practitioners across the country, each working to alleviate corporeal discomfort with natural techniques. Doctors work in conjunction with experienced practitioners to soothe aches, pains, and lawn-gnome infestations.
Nationally certified stress wrangler Roger Werstler draws from his extensive training across a range of methods and therapeutic techniques to orchestrate a muscle-melting experience tailored to the kneading needs of each and every client. A typical session begins with moderate pressure as Roger listens for cues from his patient, their body, and passing skywriters, using his tension-sensitive hand sensors to determine the course of therapy. For the systematically stressed, a relaxation massage employs the long strokes and holistic harmony of a Swedish massage to restore balance and tranquility to the body’s natural flesh fjords. Peculiarly plagued patients, as well as those who are knotty by nature, can opt for the precise, deep-tissue manipulations of a therapeutic massage. Targeting troublesome tendons and sources of pain such as back tension, athletic stress, and a history of crab-walking accidents, the muscle maestro will employ purposeful strokes customized to the variety and intensity of the ache.