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At Hands To Balance, massage therapist Consuelo Davis uses her kneading knowledge to untie knotty muscles, soothe stiff tendons, and mold feelings of strain into sensations of relaxation. Cozy up to the soothing warmth of her heated massage table while basking in the pressure-alleviating effects of a 90-minute massage, tailored to suit your individual needs and crab-walking history. The Swedish massage furnishes traditional techniques that agree with the body therapy needs of most individuals, relaxing the muscles, increasing circulation, and releasing dense pockets of vexing stress. Alternatively, the deep-tissue massage applies high levels of pressure to immensely stressed areas for targeted tension relief, making it an optimum choice for those suffering from chronic pain or tennis scapula.

88 Ridge Street
Glens Falls,
NY
US

Kelley Marsh, an independent contractor who works out of Simple Bliss Day Spa, relies on her extended training and certificate in paramedical aesthetics to perform more advanced skincare treatments than the average aesthetician. She specializes in such procedures as microdermabrasion, which gently sloughs off the topmost layer of skin and reveals the smoother skin underneath. The collagen-boosting treatment can be used on the face, d?colletage, and hands to fight signs of aging, including fine lines and dark spots. Kelley can round out a beautifying spa experience with body treatments, waxing, and spray tans?a more effective way to get tan than rubbing pennies all over your body.

376 Broadway Ave.
Saratoga Springs,
NY
US

Beauty Bar Salon & Spa's stylists rock a high-end toolkit of products. They can render a single-process color application with L'Oréal Inowa ammonia-free color, but they can also wield the most important styling tool of all: their ears. That's because they put a priority on listening to their clients, and discerning to what degree they want to incorporate a new trend in their hair look. But their services go beyond hair—the team can splash shellac polish on nails, exfoliate skin during a microdermabrasion, or render an oxygen facial.

23 Northern Pines Rd, Suite 101
Gansevoort,
NY
US

In almost 30 malls sprinkled across four states, Beauty Plus Salon beckons prospective makeover recipients with a fleet of skilled stylists and a colossal selection of professional beauty products. "The beauty industry never slows down," staffers say on Facebook, so "neither do we." That's why mall-goers find Beauty Salon open seven days a week. Between the retail shelves that average 500 nail polish colors, clients get gussied with services that pamper hair, skin, and nails.

3065 Rte. 50
Saratoga Springs,
NY
US

Clients can relax and practice shadow puppet routines inside Welcome Relief Massage Therapy’s sunny sitting area, before being led in to one of the massage areas. Stressed skeleton suits can enjoy the benefits of a full-body one-hour Swedish massage, which uses medium pressure to relieve muscle tension and stimulate circulation (a $65 value). Clients hoarding pockets of hurt, however, can indulge in a firm-pressure deep-tissue massage that can help alleviate pain and stress (a $75 value). And with a combination of Swedish massage techniques and warm, smooth, oiled stones, a hot-stone massage delivers a comfortable warmth that will drain away tension and bring your muscles to optimal stress-exorcism temperature (an $80 value).

5 Hemphill Pl
Ballston Spa,
NY
US

When Christine Goodness opened the original Classical Concepts Salon & Spa in 1995, the 300-square-foot salon had just three styling stations. Today, though her business has expanded, she seeks to continue the connection with nature that inspired her to go into business in the first place. Her pair of Aveda concept salons was mentioned in Salon Today in an article on environmentally friendly beauty. ?Our salon was designed by a green architect and we have energy-efficient appliances and green building materials,? she told the magazine.

At both locations, Goodness's staff of stylists launches the happy purr of busy shears and the subtle fragrances of Aveda products. Inside private-treatment rooms, aestheticians spread layers of natural-plant waxes infused with essential oils to whisk away unwanted facial and body hair and apply soothing facials packed with botanical ingredients and minerals. To combat stress from posing as twin investment bankers, massage therapists ease muscle tension in clients with hot-stone, reflexology, and chakra-balancing massage techniques. After emerging from treatments designed to lull them into relaxation, clients browse the rows of Aveda products available to recreate treatments at home. Christine works among the potted bamboo and meditating statues, considering further eco-friendly measures and arranging free services for patients undergoing treatment at The Saratoga Radiation Oncology Center.

323 Broadway
Saratoga Springs,
NY
US