Enjoying a glass of wine or a day of pampering at the spa are both choice ways to unwind. That's why a free glass of wine complements all of the revitalizing services available at Fine & Wine. Experienced skincare consultants conduct individualized pampering sessions, including soothing achy muscles with massages, rejuvenating hands with beauty treatments, and softening skin with satin products.
Kalon Mind & Body Day Spa takes its name from a Greek word that means beautiful. The practitioners here strive to promote the philosophy that beauty is more than skin deep, and they help that inner beauty glow with treatments that cover the body from head to toe. Regular and Shellac mani-pedis leave hands and feet softer than a pillow's whisper. Enriching Aveda products enfold faces during facials, designed to exfoliate the skin with steam cleaning and extractions and to help clear away acne. And mud wraps, back-exfoliation treatments, and cellulite-reduction treatments ensure that the rest of the body feels equally lovely. The staff is also trained and experienced in assisting the elderly and disabled, and will travel to elderly or disabled clients' homes at no extra cost.
Touche Medical Spa's beauty professionals welcome clients into private treatment rooms for one-on-one conversations about aesthetic goals. As patients chat about their health, lifestyle, SAT score, and desired outcome, consultants draw up personalized wellness programs that account for each factor. Among the spa treatments, massage therapy restores range of motion, facials rejuvenate complexions, and body treatments stimulate metabolism. These treatments set a relaxing tone for medical treatments, including dermal injections and chiropractic adjustments.
Dr. Salvatore C. Daniels and his staff perform drug-free chiropractic techniques in order to alleviate pain and to educate their patients about maintaining health. The team emphasizes the importance of the patient taking an active role in their care in order to stay well and stave off current and future ailments. During each appointment, Dr. Daniels explains the benefits and expected results of his noninvasive spine-straightening techniques, such as adjustments and hydro massage, and provides pointers on exercises that keep pain at bay. He tailors treatments to the specific needs and issues of the patient, such as muscle aches resulting from overexertion to sore lower backs resulting from commuting by pogo stick.
Massage Express’s founder, Alicia Tolliver, recognized a need for what she calls “me” time, especially for those too busy to make it into the spa. She now brings the spa to the comfort of her clients’ homes or the silence of their favorite library aisles as part of her business’s traveling branch. The recently renovated Fayetteville studio also welcomes clients into a private treatment room, where Alicia employs pain-relieving deep-tissue strokes or the relaxation of her signature massage, which unites stress-busting Swedish kneading with the rhythm of lomilomi massage.
Owner LeeAnna Gibbs is a licensed massage therapist, but she likes to think of herself as a massage mixologist. This is a term she coined as a head nod to her own mixology massage service—a two-hour muscle-melter incorporating deep-tissue, Swedish, and hot-stone techniques to sideline chronic tension. Though this intensive treatment is her specialty, guests may also solicit these techniques individually during therapeutic 60- and 90-minute installments.