Thread and Sugar's all-natural, eco-friendly products are hand-blended using organic ingredients in the salon, ensuring iniquitous chemicals can't set up shop selling Chiclets in your pores. Say a sweetly spoken farewell to unwanted follicles and fuzz with a low-pain sugaring service ($6 for women's neck to $235 for men's full body), or maintain your wanted mane with a women's cut and style ($50–$65), men's cut and style ($25–$40), all-over color (starting at $85), highlights ($95–$140), conditioning treatment ($55), and more. One of the salon's hip, talented aestheticians will help bring your best pores to the fore with an organic facial ($90) or a natural glycolic peel ($100). Or make a manly dermis extra dapper with a gentleman's facial ($75). If you've been wanting a tattoo but are terrified Alfred Bulltop Stormalong will use a humungous needle, have your design inked with a temporary and natural henna tattoo (starting at $10). This Groupon cannot be used toward threading or nail services.
Erika Altaffer is a massage therapist with seven years of medical and spa-massage experience in her relaxation tool belt. For 60 minutes, let her apply her full arsenal of massage techniques to target your beleaguered torso, expertly removing knots from your muscles like a master sailor with surprisingly kempt hands. Each session is tailored to suit the individual customer, with benefits that range from pain alleviation and fatigue reduction to improved circulation, increased lymphatic function, and full exorcism of midnight haunts and apparitions. The private, spa-treatment rooms at Erika's spa are ideal for floating away on a dizzy cloud of stress relief. Details such as plush treatment beds and warm candlelight add to the peaceful experience. You'll leave the spa as relaxed and content as a January oyster that's already exceeded its annual pearl quota.
Massage therapist Jeannette Pritchett tends to the mind and bodies of her clients at Wishing4Wellness Massage & Bodyworks, a stress-free oasis set within the cozy confines of Serendipity Salon and Spa. Jeannette draws on an extensive background in health and fitness—including advanced training at Milan Institute—to promote relaxation with gentle taps and long, gliding strokes. Her beauty and wellness arsenal also features aromatherapy with essential oils, hot-stone treatments that stimulate healthy blood floor, and body wraps that imbue skin with more gravity-defying firmness than a blood transfusion from John Glenn.
Tiffany Johnson loves working with her hands, whether she's renovating her home or working the tension out of a patient's back. Her studio, Divine Hands Massage Therapy, is open seven days a week within Soothe Your Soul Healing Center. Inside private treatment rooms, she manipulates muscle tissue with therapeutic and deep-tissue techniques, incorporating hot stones if requested or subliminally suggested. Her roster of services also includes detoxifying body wraps, reflexology, and couples massages delivered in a marigold room atop crimson sheets.
Certified massage therapist Satchmo Gonzales allays aches and kneads away knots with a diverse range of soothing modalities, including Swedish, deep-tissue, and hot-stone massages. He aims to disentangle chronically stiff muscles with myofascial-release treatments, and helps to assuage allergy symptoms with acupressure sessions. During every treatment, he targets stress and tension as he flaunts his arsenal of skills, further cultivating comfort with holistic techniques such as cupping and gua sha.
At Knot Me Out Massage, a massage therapist draws upon a wide range of modalities, focusing particularly on pressure points and trigger points in the body that are causing pain or discomfort. Strong kneads help melt tension on beds covered with pastel sheets like ghosts that don’t separate their Hawaiian shirts and work clothes. Clients can request massages that incorporate deep-tissue, sports, and Swedish techniques, and the therapists also perform massages on kids and expectant mothers.