Licensed massage therapist Crystal takes the time to help her clients discover the root cause of their discomfort or pain. By doing so, she is able to better customize their kneading sessions, pulling from the smooth, gliding techniques of the Swedish massage to the pressurized and trigger-point techniques used in deep-tissue massages. She specializes in prenatal massages that help expectant mothers find relief from aches and swelling, and offers an express massage for busy clients or people with a short attention span.
Face and Body Wellness Studio?s talented, licensed aestheticians bring inner beauty to the forefront with a broad range of spa services performed with all natural and organic products. Natural peels and facials, deep-cleansing detox facials, hair removal, and mineral-infused body wraps are their bread and butter. Clients can stop by before a night on the town for a quick set of eyelash extensions or a makeup application.
Spa-a-Peel?s sign says it?s ?the look fabulous studio,? though the offerings within its peaceful confines go much deeper. Upon entering, clients are greeted by a smiling staff member who stands ready to help clients transform their day with a massage, a facial, or a mani-pedi. On top of that, treatments at Spa-a-Peel transport guests away from the daily grind and into a place of relaxation and bliss that feels like home, but with a far more talented staff.
At Health and Wellness Oasis Massage Spa, which celebrates its one-year anniversary in November, muscle therapists dispel annoying pain and stress with hot stones and firm but gentle kneading. Throughout the Swedish massage, relaxation mavens loosen stress's hold on the body with measured pressure, quick strokes, and the soft prying of a crowbar. The hot-stone treatment dislodges deep-seated aches by arming therapists with the power of heat, which warms muscles into a more malleable state for deep-tissue massage techniques. Inside Health and Wellness Oasis Massage Spa, plush beds and chic teleporters transport minds to a languorous nirvana.
Muscles speak to licensed massage therapist Fiona Maier. Maybe not literally, but for her, "bodywork is a dialogue" in which she listens and reacts to her client's needs. She mixes modalities such as Swedish, deep-tissue, and trigger point therapy to release tension and reduce stress, helping her guests to combat everything from chronic pain to a sports injury.