The massage therapists and aestheticians at Body Works Day Spa nurture the body and mind with a full menu of soothing services. Skincare treatments cleanse and rejuvenate pores, and all-natural spray tans imbue hides with a sun-kissed glow without exposure to damaging UV rays. Waxing sessions remove unwanted hair from virtually anywhere for a few weeks, and laser hair-removal treatments yield longer-lasting results. In the privacy of a special room, couples massages allow pairs to lie side by side as therapists knead away their tension, knots, and his-and-hers charlie horses.
Kashmir Hands’ owner, Dina M. Giugliano, possesses an unending fascination with the abilities of the human body. She fosters her enchantment through three primary avenues: massage, yoga, and doula services, a Greek tradition that combines the duties of a pregnancy counselor with those of a midwife. Her thumbs relieve patrons’ tension and coax out toxins during therapeutic deep-tissue massage, a soothing avenue to injury recovery, particularly when paired with a gentle form of yoga. There are more gentle and more intense forms to choose from, as Giugliano offers 17 types of yoga classes, each developed for a certain age group, level of athletic ability, or species.
Dr. Jacobs and Dr. Russo of Care Chiropractic believe that prevention is the best medicine. But in order to help patients maintain their health, they must first alleviate any existing pains. They work to erase aches and restore mobility through noninvasive methods, drawing on therapies including massage, chiropractic adjustments, and electric stimulation to help backs bend easily and necks swivel like well-oiled office chairs. The doctors specialize in spinal decompression, a non-surgical technique that addresses issues such as herniated discs and post-surgical conditions. By customizing treatment plans to each client's concerns, the specialists can decrease discomfort and focus on preventing injuries in the future.
As one-stop shop for relaxation and beauty services, O Spa curates a menu that ranges from traditional spa massage therapies, facials, and slimming wraps to specialized treatments such as mani-pedis, eyelash extensions, and permanent makeup. The spa's technicians can use laser light to permanently reduce unwanted hair and remove tattoos clients got during their teenage years of rebellion and obsession with the Artist Formerly Known as Prince. Permanent-makeup artists fill in barren eyebrows or line the eyelids or lips, keeping facial features constantly looking fresh.
Clients in search of nonsurgical solutions to their skincare needs can hop into Cavi Spa Skin & Body Center’s Visia complexion analysis, which peers into the topical and subsurface layers of the skin, exposing UV damage and pore depth, before serving up a personalized skin-youthifying blueprint. A course of medical-grade chemical peels, microdermabrasions, or injectables can leave complexions radiating with reclaimed vigor, or teeth-whitening procedures can remove stains and add subtle sparkle to smiles. Clients looking for more dramatic results can explore the doctor’s surgical options, which can transform torsos, limbs, and faces into stunningly youthful, and often undetectably natural, versions of their former selves.
North Shore Rehabilitation Associates calms cranky bodies with a staff that includes a chiropractor, acupuncturist, and board-certified physician. They work together to ease the symptoms associated with arthritis, carpel-tunnel syndrome, nerve pain, and sprains with therapies that include cold-laser treatments, hydro massages, and occupational therapy.
Red Phoenix Wellness Center's founder, Lisa Shapiro, has been a licensed massage therapist for more than 32 years. During her career, she's had a chance to ply her stress-relieving skills on all types of bodies, including dancers, athletes, and bodybuilders. She even toured with the cast and crew of Bob Fosse's Dancin' in the early '80s, an experience that allowed her to perfect her dynamic skills and a mean sideways shuffle with a shoulder roll. Today, she continues to use her healing hands to treat everything from back and neck pain and sciatica to migraines and nerve impingement, drawing from modalities that range from basic Swedish to energizing shiatsu.