Though she earned a certification in massage therapy from Baker College, Billie Jeanne Dortenzio doesn't assume that she knows exactly what her clients want to get out of a massage. Instead, she asks them which styles and levels of pressure they prefer, and tailors her treatments accordingly.
As soft music plays in the background, Billie Jeanne soothes muscular pains and breaks up adhesions with elements of Swedish, deep-tissue, lymphatic, and cranial-sacral massage. She travels with her table to conducts sessions at your home, office, or bounce castle.
Whether you need regular therapy for pain or a luxurious, one-hour vacation during the day, Lori Bazzetta at Massage for your Health has a variety of techniques to help relax the muscles and soothe the nervous system. On top of massage services, Lori also provides other relaxing body treatments, such as mud wraps and hydrating wraps, body scrubs, aromatherapy treatments, and more. During massage sessions, she can draw from modalities such as deep tissue, myofascial, trigger point, or acupressure, depending on your needs. There?s also the sports massage, which targets specific muscle groups, such as the calves for a runner or the shoulders for a baseball player.
The techs at She's Nailin It take pride in delivering a healthy mani-pedi experience that's free from germs and strong smells. That's why they practice hospital-grade sterilization techniques on their equipment, and why the salon uses a ventilation system that propels harsh odors outdoors, where pigs live. Once conditions are in order they begin their services, trimming and shaping nails before applying name-brand polishes from OPI, Essie, and more.
Dena Marie’s Salon & Spa’s hairstylists specialize in formal updos. Augmented by Lox extensions—crafted from 100% human hair—or held in place by hair balms from Bed Head and Matrix, the formal looks prepare patrons for glitzy events from proms to the salon’s second specialty—weddings.
Their team, which also consists of manicurists, regularly attends continuing-education courses to keep their services up-to-date with the latest beauty trends. Fresh out of the workshops, they turn their shears and dyes toward shaping and coloring manes, and drape frazzled locks with shine during keratin smoothing treatments. They also provide spa treatments that include waxing and paraffin dips that remove dry skin from bodies more effectively than attempting to drive them out by playing annoying music over loudspeakers throughout the night.
At each of Tricho Salon and Spa?s four locations, trained stylists stand ready to refresh outdated hairstyles with products by Schwarzkopf, Bumble and bumble, Keratin Complex, and Moroccanoil. Dr. Sonya Friedman, an accomplished author, CNN talk-show host, and radio psychologist, teams up with dermatologist Dr. Scott Friedman to helm the spa side of the business, where clients can find eight types of facials, nine styles of massage, noninvasive micro treatments, and advice for mending a hairdryer?s broken heart. Fingertips and toes in need of some TLC can also be pampered inside this full-service beauty haven, as nail techs doll-up digits with OPI and Essie polishes as well as Shellac, acrylic, and fiberglass tips.