We offer day spa services with an extra healthy twist. Our facials use an exclusive Jurlique line of products that are organic and effective. Our massages use a vegan, paraben free lotion and our nail services are only for natural nails no harmful chemicals or nail damaging services. Our products are made fresh in spa
Reshape or separate Siamese brows ($18) or clear your lip ($9) and chin ($12) to create a smooth surface for better novelty-moustache adhesion. Or skip the specifics and get a full face of water-wicking skin ($25). Migrate away from the mug and take care of gnarly arms ($38 for full arm) or pair of leggy walking arms ($65 for full leg). Prepare for beach season with a Brazilian ($60) or with its front-sided cousin, the bikini wax ($30). See a full list of long-lasting waxing services here.
The therapists at Great Escape Therapeutic Massage, LLC work to relieve discomfort from muscular pain, anxiety disorders, and sports injuries. The team specializes in five relaxation modalities, including deep-tissue massage, which delves deep into the layers of muscle tissue, and prenatal massage, which helps relieve muscular discomfort in mothers-to-be. The staff will also show new parents how to impart massage to their newborn child, which helps improve the symptoms of gas and constipation, increases sensory awareness, and fosters sleep so that the baby doesn’t stay up for late-night Law & Order marathons.
Located in the center of the Siena Plaza, All Body Spa welcomes clients into its restful confines so they can enjoy a range of beauty services. Aching backs and shoulders can unwind with a relaxing hot-stone massage, while skin soaks in vitamin C or pore-cleansing enzymes during customized facials. Aestheticians carefully wax away hair from the arms, legs, and bikini area, fill in sparse brows or lashes with tinting, and diminish fine lines and damage from sitting too close to backyard tire fires with microdermabrasion treatments.
At Health & Healing Therapeutic Massage—the U.S. Commerce Association's 2011 Best of Wichita in the massage therapy category—studious therapists dedicated hundreds of hours to the study and practice of massage before treating clients in their serene space. These graduates of Heritage College's School of Massage and members of the ABMP and AMTA completed 720 training hours and 120 internship hours to deeply understand several types of massage, including trigger-point therapy, reflexology, and lymphatic. They tailor all services to address individual needs, even for training athletes and expectant moms. The therapists also deliver onsite chair massages to relax office employees or lure customers to garage sales.
At Massalogy Spa, a trio of massage therapists works with clients to craft personalized relaxation plans. Eight different massage modalities, including bamboo and hot stone, expunge soreness from muscles, while relaxing add-ons such as sugar scrubs or aromatherapy shoo away stress and forgotten reminder notes. In addition to relaxing massages, the spa beautifies physiques with tanning services and body wraps.