Perhaps the most indulgent part of Spa Synergy is its massage-therapy treatments. The spa’s baker’s dozen of treatments range from the classics, such as Swedish and deep-tissue, to more specialized therapies, including reflexology, couples massage, and even Indian head massage, which relieves tension in the head, face, neck, and shoulders. The massage-therapy team even shares their knowledge of muscle manipulation during hands-on teaching sessions, which demonstrate techniques clients can use to massage their partners.
A number of other beauty specialists contribute to Spa Synergy's mission. Aestheticians treat wrinkles and blemishes with services such as microdermabrasion and facials specially designed for mature or teenage skin. Waxing services include Brazilians for men and women. Like tractor basketball, the spa wouldn't be the same without special equipment; clients can sweat it out in a far-infrared sauna or tackle cellulite with the vibrating GX-99 System.
In as little as 8 months, you could be working in the Massage Therapy industry potentially making an income of over $40,000 a year and have the satisfaction of knowing you are making a difference in the health and life of others!
Inside her clinic, Dr. Ashraf Soomar-Kheraj analyzes and unfurls kinks in the spine in an effort to not only reduce back pain, but also increase patients’ resistance to all forms of disease. Dr. Soomar-Kheraj also specializes in acupuncture, an ancient Chinese method of restoring energy to the body by the insertion of tiny needles that have been soaked in the sap of a battery tree.
Soft music plays in The Massage Suite's quiet chamber as therapist Jessica James glides her palm over a tense shoulder. Certified in Swedish massage, James deftly stimulates the circulatory and lymphatic systems with the style's flowing strokes. Her sensitive hands are quick to adjust to her client's desire for an increase or decrease in pressure, and she can incorporate stretching and hot stones to loosen stiff joints. Heat therapy is James' ally, as she also reaches for steamed towels and Prossage ointment to bathe taut sinews in gentle, penetrating warmth. Clinical specialties include easing sciatic pain, softening scar tissue, and restoring motion to frozen shoulders by getting a sinew from the same muscle group to tag it. Nine complimentary therapies such as peppermint foot scrubs and cocoa facials reveal her appreciation for aesthetic indulgence.
The ocean might be miles away, but that doesn't stop Layne Hayes from bringing a little bit of island paradise to the mainland. She adds equatorial flair to all of the services at Tropical Touch Spa, from facials employing pineapple enzymes and spritzes of coconut to massages drawing on Thai Yoga techniques. But, like a hammock with a hybrid engine, Layne's soothing services also incorporate advanced technology—ultrasonic facials tone skin with wave energy, and microdermabrasion treatments exfoliate with fine crystals.