Waves of Healing Wellness Boutique soothes the sore and stressed with spa services in a luxurious seaside setting. Clients can swathe external ids in a body wrap for an experience more soothing than 40 kitten hugs. Choose from several wrap flavors including a mineral salt scrub, power-recovery therapy, or nourishing sea-mud therapy, and then lie back and indulge in 90 minutes of human sushi impersonation.
Paula has been in private practice since 2000 and continues to advance her studies in Body Memory Recall after first studying the practice from its founder, Jonathan Tripodi. Drawing on multiple modalities of massage to unleash the body's own healing abilities, the therapy treats the whole body and is thought to address the symptoms and causes of problems such as joint and muscle dysfunction, headaches, scoliosis, stress, anxiety, depression, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, pelvic pain, asthma, and an unwillingness to try cottage cheese.
Sandy Constantine soothes sore muscles and quiets tense minds with holistic bodywork treatments performed in a serene studio. Her Swedish massages incorporate smooth, flowing strokes to improve circulation and loosen knots. She can also enhance kneading sessions with hot stones that melt stress and double as warm paperweights.
Providing an armada of luxurious spa services and amenities, Tranquil Waters is a pampering palace that welcomes weary guests with cascading waterfalls, zen décor, and private treatment rooms. Part of European whitening line WhiteSCIENCE, the SpaWhite teeth-whitening system provides a way to get teeth sparkling that’s quick, safe, and far more effective than lackluster teeth-beiging. The powerful yet gentle method uses a mouthpiece filled with proprietary whitening gel, which is activated by a blue light, to whiten teeth in one or two 15-minute sessions with little to no pain or sensitivity. All grins are privately garnished in Tranquil Waters Wellness & Med-Aesthetics Center, allowing bashful canine teeth to uninhibitedly howl and chase their own tails around the tonsils.
In high school, Hillary Adams stumbled upon a PBS TV special about massage therapy that inspired her to experiment with massage techniques on her friends and family. After graduating from college with degrees in English literature and anthropology, she reignited her teenage passion by enrolling at Bancroft School for Massage Therapy. Since completing massage school in 1999, Hillary has become a nationally certified and Rhode Island–licensed massage therapist who uses 100% natural oils and various modalities to treat clients ranging from pain-stricken weekend warriors to an 11-year-old girl receiving her first-ever massage.
Located inside a century-old Victorian home next to the historic Ladd Observatory, Hillary's Providence office reverberates with soothing new-age tunes by Dean Evenson. She also works out of Glow Face & Body Spa, which houses a massage room furnished with modern decor and artwork. Both of Hillary's locations offer ample parking, so guests don't have to worry about finding a place to park their car or stable their griffin.
After spending 13 years closing business deals as a sales representative, Mari Brown decided to trade in handshakes and contracts for therapeutic strokes and aromatherapy oils. Mari?s new clients are thankful for her change of heart. The nationally certified massage therapist now spends her days tending to their aches and pains with relaxing bodywork treatments that employ custom-blended organic oils.
Inside the studio?s private treatment room, the sounds of Asian music join with the flicker of warm candlelight to foster an atmosphere that calms the senses. Mari?s various massage techniques do their part, as well, working to alleviate the stresses of workdays spent crouched over computers or hiding from bosses in cramped supply closets.