Cosmetologist Patsy Baggs purchased Signature Spa & Salon in 1983, and in the decades since, she has expanded the boutique's menu of services thanks to a multitalented team of stylists, massage therapists, and cosmetologists. The staff beautifies nails with glistening polishes and nurtures hair with products from Redken and Matrix.
Angelic Touch’s team of massage therapists and skincare specialists invite clients to indulge in one of their lavish, spirit-reviving spa treatments. Steamed towels and aromatic oils prep the body for a stress-killing Swedish massage, whereas hot stones unburden muscles from tight and tense positions. On the skincare side, specialists provide deep cleansing and exfoliation to the face, coaxing radiant colors from the complexion. The staff also offers full-body wraps that leave skin smooth, hydrated, and glowing.
Dr. Soberanis leads the charge at Myotherapy Treatment Centers, where he has been specializing in sports medicine and treating serious injuries for more than a decade. Soberanis’s centers offer a full range of massage therapy treatments in addition to chiropractic work. Visit the center’s “What Can I Expect?” page for additional information.
At Mona's Spa, the focus is on the skin. The aestheticians here use advanced techniques such as microdermabrasion and AHA and BHA peels to help rid faces of wrinkles, age spots, and dry patches. Clients can also receive shellac manicures and spa pedicures complete with foot soaks, masks, and hot towels.
Although chiropractic is more than 100 years old, Doctor of Chiropractic Jeffrey S. Standifer has brought it into the 21st century. He equips his 3,300-square-foot office with technology such as ultrasound, cold lasers, and electrical stimulation to trigger the body's self-healing abilities without the use of drugs or surgery. But Dr. Standifer isn't just about gadgets; he adheres to the traditions of chiropractic with hands-on adjustments and massages, and to the motto of the clinic, a pledge to relax, relieve, and restore every patient.
Licensed acupuncturist and massage therapist Ariana Geoffrey Stahlka strives to restore the body's balance and harmony with alternative-medicine techniques. Stahlka earned a MS in Oriental medicine and a BS in nutrition at Midwest College of Oriental Medicine, one of the first colleges of acupuncture and Oriental medicine in the United States. She works along the body's energy meridians as outlined in traditional Chinese medicine, using acupuncture to alleviate chronic pain, fatigue, depression, and even aesthetic concerns. She navigates those same meridians during Krashada acupressure-therapy sessions, which uses pressure from hands to help enhance energy flow and release blockages that may cause physical pain, mental discomfort, or poor decision-making during Final Jeopardy!
Along with classic massage techniques, Stahlka utilizes craniosacral and multibody-release therapies to enhance motor function. Her background in nutrition allows her to address physical ailments with the complex art of Chinese herbology.