S'Criage Spa & Salon revitalizes visages with services that include facials, microdermabrasion, waxing, hair services, and eyelash extensions. The anti-aging facial begins with a thorough exfoliation of the epidermis, the skin layer most likely to be stricken with fine lines and suction-cup arrow marks. Microcurrents then delve deeper into skin, delivering gentle electric stimulation to tighten up slack muscles. In an effort to keep skin soft and shiny, cellular nano therapy saturates faces with nourishing nutrients. Clients can then relax sore limbs as a muscle maestro melts tension in the scalp, shoulders, arms, and feet. To keep mouths from blurting out secret family recipes during treatment, clients can also snack on assorted sumptuous appetizers.
Robin Chadwick and the stylists at Chadwick Hair Company have the power to make hair shorter, or longer and fuller. Along with haircuts and micro-fusion hair extensions, stylists use their talents to add dimension with foil highlights, and straighten and smoothen wayward curls with Brazilian straightening treatments. They also draw attention to eyes with eyelash extensions.
The expert aestheticians at Renaissance Salon and Spa provide a wide range of services in the elegant 4,500-square-foot space. They use the state-of-the-art facility to perform luxurious treatments such as a 24-karat Magic “Gold” facial.
Vida Massage offers a respite from the anxieties of everyday life with a diverse array of therapeutic massage techniques. A licensed massage therapist can ease chronic tension with flowing strokes, deep-tissue pressure, or a custom blend of both for custom healing.
Ani Miryala started learning ancient-Indian skincare techniques at an age when most people think "acne" is the misspelling of a Road-Runner plot. Surrounded by uncles who were practitioners of Ayurvedic medicine, Miryala immersed herself in the noninvasive organic methods taught at the family beauty school, eventually opening a spa with her three sisters. As Kate Hamilton of Skin Inc. magazine reported in 2008, Miryala now owns one of the largest female-operated companies in southern India and has brought time-honored Indian traditions to the United States at Anoo's Herbal Day Spa and a dozen other locations worldwide.
The aesthetician and published author has amassed a team of licensed specialists that rejuvenates minds and bodies with chemical-free treatments. Hair-removal technicians refine 80–120 eyebrows per day with signature threading services, leaving behind more clearly defined arches than a freshly poured sidewalk. Pesticide-free fruits and vegetables nourish skin during Indian facials, and natural peels and herbal-microdermabrasion techniques leave faces smooth and glowing. To combat stress, the crew massages muscles with an ancient herbal-wheat-dough method that turns muscles into soft, buttery loaves of relaxation.
Owner and experienced massage therapist Michael Church organizes his business around the belief that the difference between giving a good massage and a great massage is “asking the right questions and customizing [the massage] to the customer’s needs.” His therapists begin each new-client relationship with a review of the client’s grievances, lifestyle habits, and professional wrestling history, and then they check in with their patients throughout each treatment to better understand where to focus pressure.
Each massage style is priced the same, freeing people to mix and match modalities such as deep tissue, Swedish, and trigger point within single sessions. The therapists also add hot stones to massages, and the team plans to grow its repertoire of treatments that utilize healing laser and light therapies.
Upon arrival at the cozy studio, which resembles a living room with antique furniture and a painting that represents the four elements, patrons can snack on a complimentary chocolate or mints from the front desk. Soothing instrumental music is piped throughout the space, although patrons can control the volume from their individual rooms.