As a professional nurse with a background in health and nutrition, Nanette Fenzau administers her massages at Linc Healing Hands with an understanding of not only muscles, but the entire body and all the red stuff inside it. To Nanette, each patient represents a unique challenge and her massages are accordingly unique—each comprised of a custom mixture of techniques and modalities designed to target specific pains. For greater personalization, Nanette also performs whole-body wellness screenings, which grant her greater insight into physical maladies that may be remedied with massage.
Led by experienced chiropractor Dr. Christopher Hammes, the team of specialists at Hammes Family Chiropractic relieves misaligned spines and excess stress with therapeutic body treatments. Wielding a variety of chiropractic techniques inside private treatment rooms, the staff tackles back pains caused by pinch nerves, auto accidents, and picking up too many shiny pennies. Therapy ranges from the use of advanced Pro Adjuster technology to manual adjustment and realignment using specially designed treatment tables. Hammes Family Chiropractic complements spinal sessions with a selection of both therapeutic and relaxing massages in styles such as trigger point, Swedish, and neuromuscular therapy. The clinic also offers other wellness-improving services including nutritional counseling and multipurpose acupuncture.
After giving birth to two children and being unable to shed the extra pounds she'd gained, Dr. Stacy Shropshire began investigating weight-loss options. As a result of this research, she founded Madison Laser Like Lipo. The clinic's laser-driven services work to rid the body of stubborn areas of fat and cellulite, resulting in a tighter, smoother silhouette.
Though Miracles' quirky and diversely talented staff of stylists, massage therapists, and aestheticians aims to lift patrons' spirits with beauty transformations, their work did not wholly inspire the salon's name—the beauty sanctuary's original location was inside an old church. Owner Kendalia Edelman has since expanded her business into a larger location, enabling her to add an area for laser treatments that target everything from excess hair to leg veins. She also found space for Little Miracles, a separate salon where kids up to age 9 can get haircuts with supervision from parents and invisible friends moonlighting as style consultants.
Salon KB’s fleet of stylists and aestheticians strives to relax guests and improve skin through a slew of services that include haircutting, facials, and waxing. Dana Bott, the resident aesthetician, performs a variety of facials that target various skin ailments, including rosacea, acne, and signs of aging. Dana also applies makeup for her clients, helping them feel more radiant or explore new looks. When it comes to hair, the salon’s trio of stylists works to manipulate locks into fashionable coifs as they perform haircuts and coloring services. Several deep-conditioning treatments are available to extend the longevity of hair coloring or to make hair softer and more likely to be okay with being cut in half.
Oregon Tan Spa features warm interior decor to match the heat of its tanning lamps and the faux-heat of its sunless spray services. With today’s deal, guests can imbue their bodies with fresh colors by basking in the glow of a tanning bed for a month. New-hue hunters can also opt for a quick airbrush spray tan, which is applied by hand to ensure even coverage and avoid the erratic patterns that typically result from applying things with your feet.
Martyn Luberti traces his career back to the 1960s, when America's interest in alternative therapy first started to peak. Since then, Martyn has stuck with holistic therapies, exploring both acupuncture and homeopathy before settling on massage. He has been practicing for 16 years, and begins each and every session with a consultation to help him construct a unique massage based on his client's needs and treatment goals. His repertoire combines traditional massage, including the Swedish style, with more exotic therapies, including sensory repatterning, which uses gentle rocking to uncork stressful mental and physical patterns like a bottle of bubbling maple syrup at a waffle-house grand opening.