Moedim Day Spa's muscle manipulators purge bodies of stress-induced discomfort and distortion with tender kneading treatments. Massages commence as trained therapists debunk the Bermuda Triangle of tension, targeting sore spots on the head, neck, and shoulders created by overzealous workouts or drawing "attacked by bees" during a round of charades (a $45 value). Clients augment de-stressing sessions with their choice of one of Moedim's two add-on options. A 15-minute paraffin bath soothes stiff hands and feet with hot wax, evicting excess fluid from surrounding tissue (a $15 value), and an aromatherapy treatment puts senses on a comforting collision course, as scented oils absorbed into the skin via steamed towels fill bodies with alluring scents of floral gardens, soothing herbs, and root-beer floats (a $10 value).
Doctor of Chiropractic Jeff Eulau and his team of expert bone-tweakers at Crowfield Spine Center soothe aching backs with deft massages and meticulously examine skeletal frames for irregularities. Clients whose physiques are rife with tension from sitting in office chairs or sleeping velcroed to the ceiling will have their knots and joint pain eradicated during a 60-minute therapeutic massage. Customers who opt for the additional chiropractic exam and x-rays, if needed, will undergo a comprehensive inspection to figure out musculature flaws, bone blemishes, and why hitchhikers thumb isn't an effective way to stop traffic. Crowfield Spine Center is open on Saturday mornings for stiff and sore clients with hectic schedules.
Dr. Patricia Campbell comes from a background of family practice, but it was her interest in beauty that led her to open Springhall Aesthetics in 2011. As medical director, she oversees a menu of minimally invasive body-contouring and skin-renewal services that help clients to fight the signs of aging. Chemical peels, injectable fillers, and laser treatments shoo away wrinkles, and iS Clinical cosmeceutical products leave complexions more subtly radiant than a jar of comets. The clinic's UltraPlus laser hair-removal system not only blasts away unwanted follicles but also assaults spider veins and other colored epidermal imperfections. Upon entering Springhall Aesthetics' charming brick façade, guests stumble into a cozy waiting room anchored by polished hardwood floors. Clients can curl up in one of the lobby's cushy chairs or feed a bag of goldfish to one of the egrets in the serene wall art.
Taunya White founded Natural Hideaway in order to create an empowering environment that helps clients ease into aging gracefully. With her team at her side, she offers a variety of facial services, such as resurfacing treatments, microdermabrasion treatments, and chemical peels, which leave skin smooth and free of fine lines.
A board-certified family nurse practitioner and educated aesthetician, Tiffany McKeel works in conjunction with medical director Dr. Stephen Thomas to provide medical-grade skincare and nonsurgical esthetics. In addition to body wraps, they gussy up skin surfaces with microdermabrasions, peels, and decadent facials, including the gold facial performed with moisturizing hyaluronic acid and a gold-leaf mask. They also eliminate hair and unsightly varicose veins in the shape of spiders or James Cagney’s face with laser treatments. Meanwhile, therapists aim to soothe sore muscles, increase circulation, and stimulate endorphins with a selection of massages that include relaxation, therapeutic, hot stone, and aromatherapy.
Miriam Bumgarner, the licensed massage therapist and certified reiki practitioner behind Body N Soul Massage, takes the time to talk to each client so that she can tailor treatments to meet their specific needs. Clinical massages with aromatherapy soothe the body and the mind, and reiki massages work to promote physical and emotional peace. Bumgarner also offers Swedish and prenatal massages, and pampers clients with add-ons such as sugar scrubs, hot towels, and hot stones.