Daphne Hutton’s enthusiasm is obvious––even before the first snip. Each session begins with a private facial analysis, wherein she gets to know the client, discusses needs, and helps choose a flattering style. Then the transformation happens. Two decades of experience guide her as she sculpts sleek layers and decorates with color highlights. Guests can also solicit Daphne for a facial wax or retreat to a private room for bodywork session with the salon’s certified massage therapist, Tara Stoner.
Sunflower Spa’s fully licensed aestheticians and therapists couple their years of experience with an array of rejuvenating treatments to revitalize and beautify clients in a relaxing, inviting environment. The noninvasive hydradermabrasion treatment utilizes a process of cleansing, exfoliation, extraction, and antioxidant protection to clear congested pores, fix fine lines, and resurface the skin to slick primordial proportions. The laser-free treatment lasts 50 minutes and can leave skin feeling fresher and looking younger, restoring your natural glow to a high-pitched frequency only dogs can hear.
The talented stylists at Salon Prospect have been trained all across the United States, from San Francisco to Manhattan. But they meet in the middle in Longmont to offer a variety of salon services for women, men, and kids. They specialize in tints and highlights, but are also experts at correcting color fiascos, such as the result of at-home dye jobs or swimming laps in a pool of food coloring.
Here at District 303 "Art of Hair" we offer good feelings and solutions. Customer service is the most important thing we do, you will appreciate the personalized attention as we share with you our hands on experience in the world of hairdressing.
As a recent transplant from Indiana, Sarah Strothkamp brings with her a belief in the healing powers of detoxification. At New Harmony Health Spa, she helps others purge their impurities, no matter where they might be hiding. Her FDA-approved colon hydrotherapy sessions free intestines from built-up toxins with gentle irrigation by streams of water. She also draws harmful substances out during ionic foot baths, submerging feet in negatively charged salt water that whisk away everything from cellular waste to pent-up heavy metals. In addition to ridding bodies of the environmental hazards that are already there, she also offers guidance to prevent future accumulation through a balanced diet that incorporates vitamins and herbal supplements. Her treatment regimen also includes massages, which knead away stress and misplaced sailor knots through the use of various bodywork techniques.
Since 1977, Longmont Athletic Club has approached physical fitness from several angles, furnishing its two locations with equipment and training for athletes, casual athletic club goers, and families. The main location fills more than 90,000 square feet of space with machines from LifeFitness and Cybex, and more than 65 communal classes, including Zumba and spinning classes, plus indoor and outdoor tennis courts and pools, and amenities such as steam rooms, dry saunas, and jacuzzis. The course lineup covers a broad range of teaching styles, from the highly specialized instruction of gender-specific boxing to the casual provision of razor-edged disks for Extreme Ultimate frisbee. A warm staff of professionals oversees personal-training, massage-therapy, and childcare services, readily guiding members through the club's expansive facilities.