Spa in Hendersonville


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Aesthetics Medical Spa combines the clinical expertise of a med spa with the soothing ambiance of a day spa, resulting in a space that is at once relaxing and rejuvenating. Owner Beth Brinson, a family nurse practitioner, helms a team of aestheticians and licensed professionals who build healthy complexions by infusing each of their deep-cleansing, anti-aging, and teen facials with restorative moisturizers, exfoliants, and calming botanicals. When treating more serious concerns such as acne scars, technicians smooth over skin with noninvasive laser technology or cosmetic injectables such as Botox and Juv?derm. Massage therapists extend the med spa?s rejuvenating effects to the full body with four modalities that help flush out toxins and eliminate stress.
165 Coolridge St
Hendersonville,
NC
US
Elements Spa's menu of treatments, based on European spa therapies and Chinese medicinal teachings, reflects the interests of co-owner and master spa therapist Patti Beggs, who has experience as a licensed massage therapist, certified aesthetician, and tai chi instructor. During the one-hour signature massage, the light strokes of the Swedish technique follow a path smoothed with grapeseed oil, which has a light texture and high level of antioxidants more popular with skin than reality shows that star sharp-tongued bottles of moisturizer.
29 W French Broad St
Brevard,
NC
US
Acu-Na Wellness Center, now located in the Fletcher neighborhood, offers a wide range of wellness services from holistic health consultations to organic day spa treatments––including body scrubs, body wraps, and facials––to fitness courses, wellness consultations and programs, hydration therapy, and acupuncture. To an acupuncturist, the body’s surface is not just skin; it’s a map that can be used to refresh natural functions and mute chronic pains. This is done with very thin needles, which encourage the body to heal when inserted in specific points, a process that many describe as painless and relaxing. This ancient Eastern healing method is just one of the natural modalities that Acu-Na Wellness Center’s primary practitioner Mary J. Houge has mastered. She wields training in Chinese herbs, bodywork, functional nutrition, and lifestyle education to soothe such common bodily issues as neuro-endocrine imbalances to high blood pressure and cholesterol. Along with a team of massage therapists, wellness coaches, hydration specialists, and aestheticians, her associate staff––which includes a Kundalini yoga instructor––Mary helps to support healthy lifestyles by offering a FirstLine therapeutic lifestyle program, as well as an assortment of fitness classes such as personalized wellness coaching and sports nutrition training.
45 Commerce Drive
Hendersonville,
NC
US
Carl Cortes—who grew up in Hawaii and studied and practiced massage therapy for more than two decades in North Carolina—has literally spanned oceans to bring patients his healing touch. Cortes doles out massage and bodywork sessions in secluded rooms, where clients can unwind to faint background music and rest on a cozy massage table. He strives to mend rigid muscles throughout the body, from back pain acquired from tossing and turning at night to neck strain acquired from preferring a front-row seat at the movie theater. In addition to alleviating many chronic ailments with the power of massage, Cortes also practices alternative holistic therapies, such as The LifeLine Technique, which focuses on using the subconscious mind to heal the body.
220 3rd Avenue West
Hendersonville,
NC
US
Blue Skye's preventative and natural healing arts services stem from the principles of Ayurveda, a 5,000-year-old health science that blends traditional Chinese medicine with Western techniques. The Center's offerings are diverse, ranging from yoga therapy and shirodhara head-oil treatments to aromatherapy massages, which ease tension and help vanquish body toxins. Blue Skye's licensed therapists also give a big hug to Mother Earth by using organic, natural, and pesticide-free products whenever possible.
578 Upward Rd.
Flat Rock,
NC
US
Rebecca Baumann is a licensed massage and bodywork therapist and aesthetician. Her massages focus on stress and pain management, with helpful tools that include warm towels, mexican jumping beans, and heated stones. Her body wraps, which pull double duty calming muscles and boosting circulation, are crafted from lavender, shea butter, and bentonite clay. Facials for sensitive or blemished skin round out the menu of services at Grateful Zen, located inside the Brevard Health and Racquet Club.
1325 Country Club Road
Brevard,
NC
US
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