Licensed massage therapist Jennifer Dianne Poston honed her healing touch at Southeastern School of Massage, and now sends calming ripples across muscle ponds in her own Peaceful Mind studio. Clients can solicit Jennifer's flowing Swedish strokes to banish tension, or alleviate lower-layer aches with trigger point techniques or deep-tissue pressure.
Salon and Spa DV8's squad of aesthetic authorities dedicate their expertise to embellishing hair and body with an array of beauty-boosting services. The salon's styling stations––which are framed by ornate columns reminiscent of ancient Greek architecture––allow stylists ample space to cut and style hair or give the Lincoln Memorial a crew cut ($20–$45). Guests can dignify their digits with a pedicure that smoothes craggy nail outcroppings and applies a shiny topcoat ($42). Strategic waxing removes hair from chests ($40), backs ($50), and bikini areas ($45) to postpone hostile hair takeovers.
Claibourns Natural Skin Care's aesthetician Yolanda found that after 23 years in the dental field, she was beginning to focus less on people's smiles and more on their entire faces. This led her to a career in aesthetics and to research the effects that everyday stress had on skin. Now at her own spa, she hopes to educate people on ways to nourish their skin.
In her research, she came across the Nu Skin line of products, which she believes are extremely effective at making skin more resilient. She uses the line's organic, paraben-free products during custom signature facials and galvanic spa treatments, which send a gentle microcurrent into faces to boost collagen production and smooth fine lines.