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The healing specialists at RoseSprings Center take aim at toxins, heavy metals, and other environmental nogoodniks, cleansing blemished bodies and strengthening immune systems with a trio of alternative-medicine treatments. Warm human hides during a half-hour recline on the amethyst bio-mat, a therapy aimed at assuaging musculoskeletal pain and enhancing circulation with its 17 layers of space-age materials. Designed to slide stress and stiffness from surfaces, each bio-mat session targets the amount of calories equivalent to 30 minutes of rowing, jogging, or kangaroo boxing. Once toasty, guests attempt to free tootsies from lingering contaminants with an NRG footbath, a medicinal soak combining bubbly surges of water with crud-busting bioelectrical currents. Maintain spritely steps with a finishing Zyto Compass nutritional analysis, which crunches computer-generated digital signatures to determine what vitamin supplements respond best to bodily systems and which ones will fall on your chi's deaf ears.

5215 NE Elam Young Pkwy
Hillsboro,
OR
US

Bella Fiore Day Spa is a welcoming oasis in which hallways the color of autumn squash lead to curtained treatment rooms. The spa’s talented staff begins a client’s rejuvenation marathon with a Beaute Express facial. Customized to your individual skin type with a complimentary in-depth skin-care analysis, the express facial provides soothing exfoliation and hydration that will address the particular concerns of your visage, including sensitive skin and the money you could make in genre fiction. During your 30-minute Swedish massage, therapeutic hands gently target the storehouses of the body’s accumulated stress, pacifying tension and detoxifying muscles for a happier, more-mobile self.

2225 NE Cornell Rd
Hillsboro,
OR
US

Shareece Aiken's first encounter with massage therapy was as a client. But after experiencing its many benefits—including pain management and overall health—she decided to spread the goodwill by becoming a licensed massage therapist herself. Years later, Shareece is still helping others by tailoring treatments to individual concerns. This may include plying sore muscles with fluid Swedish strokes, or accessing aches in connective tissues with firmer, deep-tissue kneads. Shareece can also melt tension from backs with specialty hot stone therapy.

2831 Southwest Cornelius Pass Road
Hillsboro,
OR
US

Sport Clips specializes in creating a just-for-the-dudes atmosphere that’s tailor made to tickle the Y chromosome. "Men's women" stylists futz with the follicles of men and boys in a sport-themed environment decorated in a bold black, white, and red color scheme—evoking racing flags, professional sports teams, and jokes about newspapers. Your MVP haircut begins with a consultation about the look you want, followed by the precision haircut itself. Your guy-savvy stylist will then dole out a delightful scalp massage with Tea Tree shampoo. After a dollop of leave-in conditioner, you'll get to savor the warmth of a barbershop-style steamed towel and feel sports-related frustration melt away during an upper neck and shoulder massage. In between haircuts, you can come in anytime and get the back of your neck cleaned up for free, since unsightly neck stubble is known to attract the unwanted attention of poltergeists, sandworms, and debt collectors.

18021 NW Evergreen Pkwy
Beaverton,
OR
US

With more than 20 locations in the greater Portland metro area and more throughout Washington, Tan Republic outfits their salons with sleek, modern designs and earth-toned walls, filling private tanning rooms with a suite of melanin-conjuring machines. Guests can choose from Mystic Tan and VersaSpa spray-tanning booths or high-pressure tanning beds. The salons also offer dozens of varieties of lotion, each formulated for specific bronzing needs.

7410 W Baseline Rd.
Hillsboro,
OR
US

Sunrises and sunsets pour through Yoga OMazing's panoramic windows, which also offer a clear glimpse of Mount Hood's snow-covered peak. The studio's minimalistic decor and heated bamboo floors keep students focused on their practice and comfortable on their mats. While teachers lead hatha and vinyasa classes, music reaches every ear thanks to a surround-sound system. The teachers also tends to the ambience when they host candlelit full-moon yoga events catered with pizza and kombucha, a fermented beverage that obviously wards off werewolves. Their concert series extends the theme of Yoga OMazing doing more than the average yoga studio on behalf of its students by refreshing practitioners with live music and a glass of wine or tea.

1849 NW 188th Ave
Beaverton,
OR
US