California runs through Kellie June’s veins. She was born on the Central Coast, and only left briefly to get a professional skincare education and beautify models on photo shoots and fashion shows in Austin. But as soon as she returned, she quickly funneled her newfound skills into helping people in her home state. Today, she flaunts her professional techniques in rejuvenating facials and peels, elegant makeup services, and wink-boosting eyelash extensions and tinting procedures. She also excels at waxing, wielding a gentle touch and thorough post-care instructions for each of her bikini, Brazilian, body, and facial waxing services to ensure skin stays smooth and comfortable.
Face to Face welcomes visitors to relax with services that range from time-tested massage techniques to revitalizing skin care treatments. Inside, licensed aesthetician and massage practitioner Emily Robinson designs customized facials, working with each client's skin composition to bring out their most glowing visage. She also administers massages such as the holistic Shiatsu treatment, which focuses on restoring the body's natural flow of energy, also known as qi. Beyond attending ongoing courses to stay abreast of the latest skincare breakthroughs, Emily draws from background in science and nutrition that leaves her particularly suited to help skin feel as healthy as it looks.
Muscles that aren't properly maintained are prone to rebel with painful stiffness or uncontrollable spasms that make you breakdance well past curfew. That's why Massage Practitioner Paula Wood offers a wide range of massage techniques to keep the body happy. In the comfort of her private studio, Paula can promote relaxation with light to medium Swedish strokes, or use more focused deep-tissue pressure for lower-layer aches. Clients may also make use of SLO Wellness Center's many other wellness services such as chiropractic care, acupuncture, and one-on-one nutrition counseling.
From red-wine facials to grape-seed-oil massages, the vinotherapists at Vino + Therapy Spa Studio introduces wine and beer components to their soothing spa treatments, aiming to exhibit the healing and rejuvenating properties of wine and beer used during the beautification process that are said to date back as far as Cleopatra and the Romans. That?s thanks to owner Nena Benson, who draws inspiration from the vinoterapia spas popular in Tuscany. She touts the revitalizing effects of wine grapes; the acids can enhance circulation, for instance, and age-fighting antioxidants and resveratrol help strengthen delicate tissues and reduce inflammation. Beer hops, meanwhile, are rich in magnesium, zinc, and vitamins B1 and B3, and can help promote healthier skin.
Vino + Therapy Spa Studio provides a welcoming environment for beer and wine enthusiasts to sip boutique wines at the sidewalk patio before or after a variety of treatments. Travelers and locals alike can pair a day at the spa with a wine tour, during which they sample sips from the capacious cellars and naturally occurring wine geysers of several Central Coast vineyards.
Le Serenity Spa is a calming massage studio owned and run by licensed massage therapist Vidalia DeLainez. Believing that massage therapy can reduce pain and help the body heal itself, she offers relaxation, prenatal, and deep-tissue modalities. Clients can also request aromatherapy and dry body brushing, which detoxifies skin.
The sea below, the sky above, and the spa right in the middle of it all. Every single element of The Spa at Bacara has been designed to encourage relaxation. Add in the lapping waves of the Pacific Ocean nearby, and you have a close approximation of what it's like to live inside a giant silk pillow.
In the spa's 36 treatment rooms, clients relax with the help of services inspired by classic European traditions or infused with local ingredients. Whether you choose to indulge in a Swedish massage or an exfoliating orange-peel scrub, don't miss out on the private sunbathing area before or after your session.