Licensed massage therapist Elise Clements takes her practice on the road by traveling to her clients' home turf. While drawing on her knowledge of human anatomy, she intuitively identifies and mends problem areas with deep-tissue and Swedish techniques. Her approach loosens knots without skimping on relaxation and soothes athletic, elderly, and injured clients alike. In addition to subduing stress, Elise helps bodies recover from an array of ailments, such as sciatic pain, recurring headaches, and shoulders frozen by overuse and the sudden appearance of bright headlights.
At her eponymous spa, skincare expert Colleen Elizabeth takes a holistic approach to beauty, favoring long-term solutions over one-time treatments. Her recommendations during a complimentary consultation can range from minor changes to an at-home skincare regimen to a series of medical-grade services at the spa. Either way, clients will be in good hands. Colleen Elizabeth personally selects all of her spa's skincare products from top-quality lines such as GloMinerals and Ayur-Medic, and many others are custom-made, like the stamps doctors use to give each newborn baby its fingerprints. In-spa services include advanced treatments such as electrotherapy facials and full-body chemical peels, as well as standard facials, plus makeup, waxing, and massages. Relaxing therapies can come to you during on-location spa parties that allow clients to enjoy staffers' expertise in their own living rooms.
Rallying 19 years of bodywork experience, nationally certified acupuncturist and licensed massage therapist Robert James Cutter takes a comprehensive approach to each massage session instead of adhering to a one-size-fits-all philosophy. Depending on his client's needs, he integrates a variety of modalities including sports, deep-tissue, shiatsu, and biodynamic-craniosacral therapy, tweaking the amount of pressure based on client cues and the readings culled from each muscle's built-in barometer. In order to help promote better body balance and overall wellness, Robert also pulls from his training in oriental medicine to incorporate methods such as acupuncture and herbal remedies.
From within Studio One Hair Design, seasoned stylist Cynthia Fisher transforms the ’dos of men, women, and children. She updates looks with precision cuts, adds style with ombre color, and arranges hair into elegant updos for special events or Fancy Fridays.
While alchemists never managed to transmute lead into gold, Geneva De la Rouge may be considered a modern alchemist. She uses her knowledge of the aesthetic elements—essential oils, nutrient-rich clay, and other natural ingredients—to transform skin from looking timeworn to youthful. Geneva customizes her elixirs to suit a wide range of skin types, which she differentiates by using the five elements of Chinese medicine as a guide. For each of these elements, such as fire—which is responsible for blotchy red skin—Geneva employs the elemental opposite, balancing dry skin with moisture, sallow skin with nutrients, and irritated skin with a fire extinguisher.
Qui Si Bella Spa's devotion to holistic and eco-friendly products doesn't stop with its organic herbs or eucalyptus-scented steam—even the spa's Kangen ionized water is specially purified to retain maximum mineral content. Rainforest herbs and organic ingredients comprise facials inspired by different world cultures, and scrubs and wraps refresh skin with coconut-milk soaks and botanical-infused scrubbing salts. Qui Si Bella’s staff also massages sore muscles, treats digits to manicures and pedicures, and applies permanent makeup to eyes, eyebrows, and lips. Additional services such as chiropractic, weight management, nutritional programs, and hydrocolon therapy led by Sandra Sphar help round out the spa's menu.
Jennifer Hallum is a free agent. Though the stylist works out of Bliss Salon & Spa, she is independently contracted. Her clients receive the spa treatment while Jennifer cuts their hair into new styles and adds highlights for dimension. She lends her talents to men’s hair as well, cutting off split ends and framing faces.