The staffers at Savi Hair Studio, Tan & Nails know that a grumbling stomach can ruin a relaxing spa day as surely as it can ruin a congressional hearing on manners. That’s why they've designed the six-hour Day of Beauty to include a light lunch in between an aromatherapy facial, mani-pedi, shampoo and style, and makeup application. But even with a meal break, this package still can't claim to be a comprehensive survey of the studio's specialties, which also include Swedish and sports massages, bikini waxing, and tanning in a standup booth.
Among the hair stylists, nail technicians, and aestheticians that brighten Clydon Salon's interior, a common philosophy permeates—one founded in a genuine interest in each client's well-being and translated into services precision tailored to meet personal needs. Through continued training, the staff learns the many manners of pampering, as hair stylists massage away thought bubbles trapped within scalps and aestheticians dissolve anxiety by revealing glowing skin worthy of HDTV close-ups. Great Lengths' 100% human hair strands extend natural locks with laudable discretion, and Biolage haircare products celebrate the discoveries of scientists diligently surveying the flowers and botanicals flourishing in the field of beauty.
Grand U offers a more holistic approach to wellness by hosting a medical facility and workout area. Aside from such basic medical care as cancer screenings, immunizations, and fatigue management, the center also provides laser treatments and a space to build muscle and endurance. Dr. Dhana Ganesan sees each patient as “a balance between mind, body, and soul” and uses her medical training in diverse social and cultural settings to create treatment plans that address the medical and aesthetic needs of her patients.
Visit our beauty salon and day spa in Elmwood Park, Illinois, for hair, nail, and skin care including facials, massage therapy, and waxing. Also hair pieces such as extensions and wigs, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, makeup, and Brazilian bikini wax services.
Though every therapist at West Suburban Pain Relief Centers, Inc. is a licensed massage therapist, their work begins with talk, not touch. The initial assessment is a crucial part of every appointment—it covers the patient's medical history, symptoms, and habits, all in an effort to pin down the root cause of pain. And when the actual therapy begins, the staff don't always stick to traditional massage, either. They integrate techniques ranging from Asian-style bodywork to postural and gait analysis, with the help of advanced medical machinery, compression therapy, and physical exercises. They're national-board-certified specialists, however, in trigger-point therapy, which locates tense spots in the body's muscles and aims to soothe them with focused, hands-on pressure. This type of treatment can help with headaches, back aches, and carpal tunnel, as well as the effects of fibromyalgia, chronic conditions, and long-term pain.
Regardless of the condition being addressed, the end goal for every therapist is that the patient no longer needs to see them, and to this end, they supplement their meetings with lessons on how to manage pain. Their tips might include exercise advice or simple tips for lifestyle changes, such as buying a better office chair or ceasing to carry a spare tire when you're not in a car.