Knockouts Haircuts for Men is a guy-centric salon that's been featured on the Today Show. Its décor mimics that of a boxing ring, but—unlike the real thing—guests look fresher when they leave. Complimentary beverages greet the mitts of each client, and flat-screen televisions and quality service round out a first-rate experience. Your heavyweight treatment includes a consultation, before-and-after shampoos, a cut, a rinse, and styling according to your personal preferences. Each weary head will be treated to a scalp massage and one nametag identifying it as "Movie Actor Harrison Ford."
Led by Dr. Robert and Janine Lejawa, About Face Anti-Aging Institute helps guests turn back the clock to repair damage caused by Father Time. Recently voted "Best Clinic & Spa" by the Harker Heights Evening Star, their staff of age-fighting experts perform treatments ranging from hormone-replacement therapy to chemical peels that dissolve dead skin and encourage new cell growth. Laser hair removal helps keep skin smooth while massages encourage the kind of relaxed state that characterizes kids before they become plagued with anxiety over school, friends, and the world's limited candy supply.
Licensed massage therapist Lori Davis helms Massage by Lori, where she utilizes a variety of massage modalities to tend to individual needs. In a warm, private room, relaxing music plays as she uses the broad, rhythmic strokes of Swedish massage to help ease muscle tension and improve circulation. The focused pressure of deep-tissue massage penetrates lower layers of tissue, combating chronic pains, stress, or lingering pockets of swallowed gum. Other treatments include hot-stone massage, infrared-light treatments, and decompression treatments—also known as cupping. Lori's massages can help alleviate conditions such as back pains, tight muscles, inflexible joints, and witch curses.
The beauty experts at ReVive Med Spa treat faces and bodies using modern medical technology and ancient Ayurvedic therapies. Microdermabrasion and microneedling treatments help erase the wrinkles and time stamps associated with aging, whereas electric muscle-stimulation sessions tone trouble spots and boost metabolism. Old-fashioned analog services include salt or sugar body polishes, massages enhanced by shirodara, and full-body Ayurvedic herbal treatments.
Often, stress first manifests in the muscles, which may cramp, tighten, or spasm a fevered SOS. Whatever the message, LeValley Massage Therapy answers the call. The facility's licensed massage therapists promote relaxation with flowing Swedish strokes, or utilize firmer deep-tissue pressure to alleviate chronic ailments. Specialty modalities such as prenatal and sports bodywork are also available.
Licensed massage therapist Sonja Peterson gets paid to tame muscles. She uses a variety of modalities to help her in her venture, including long, gliding strokes and deep, pressurized kneading. Some of her specialty massages include trigger point, prenatal, reflexology, and hot stone or warm potato. Sonja can also expertly refresh patrons with a body scrub or ManiSpa-PediSpa treatments.