When Joanna Mazurek calls relaxation an "art," she knows what she's talking about. The Green Peace Art of Relaxation founder is a graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, though today she's more likely to be dripping massage oil on a tense back than paint on a canvas. Her massage credentials include certification in the stretching techniques of Thai massage as well as mastery of reiki, an energy-based Eastern healing method.
As an advocate of aromatherapy, Mazurek sells scents made from sage, lavender, and other organic ingredients, which together are meant to relax the muscles and moisturize the skin. That's not to say she's averse to more high-tech methods, though. During face- and body-sculpting sessions, she uses microcurrent electrical impulses to make skin produce more collagen, just as electricity shocked Ben Franklin into producing better screenplays.
The physician-led programs at Club Reduce approach weight loss via two holistic approaches that are informed by science. Comprehensive programs may spring fully grown from the cranium of Zeus or from one-on-one consultations, during which practitioners may send samples of clients’ saliva or hair to the lab for analysis that will reveal hormone imbalances, or they might direct clients to input their diet into a computer system that will highlight vitamin deficiencies. These programs target personal obstacles to slimming down, such as hormone irregularities and sugar dependency, and may be tailored to relieve chronic headaches or allergies or restore health to lackluster skin. The second path sidesteps regimes in favor of three discreet, relaxing treatments that aim to noninvasively jumpstart the metabolism and catalyze natural detoxification processes.
At her eponymous facial studio, Linda Principe combines her skincare expertise with pharmaceutical-grade ClarityRx products to help her clients attain smooth and youthful complexions. Licensed as a facial specialist and a medical electrologist, Linda calls on technical acumen and deep knowledge of skin care issues to curate cutting-edge treatments that refresh the face naturally. Take, for example, the oxygen therapy facial, a collaborative dance of high-powered serums and pressurized oxygen that hydrates the skin like the traditional Gatorade-bucket dump at a presidential-election acceptance speech. Even more advanced skincare options, such as diamond tip microdermabrasions and salicylic acid peels, take a more aggressive stand against imperfections, and Linda's arsenal of hard and soft waxes swiftly remove hair without irritating skin.
At Artistic Cuts Salon & Spa, a cool blue tile mosaic greets visitors when they approach the desk, scarcely concealing murals of swans and cranes that usher in a feeling of serenity. Beneath hanging lanterns, specialists perform a variety of salon and spa services for men and women. Stylists tame locks with custom haircuts, coloring, perms, and straightening treatments, which can be complemented by other beauty services such as waxing and permanent makeup. Spa technicians also reward bodies with massages, facials, and skin treatments such as microdermabrasion.
Staff Size: 1?3 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Venus Freeze and Bioidentical Hormones
Brands Used: Obagi Skin Care
Pro Tip: We only provide services that are 100% successfull.
The Salon is a Goldwell exclusive salon, so its team of stylists continue to train through the brand to stay apace of the latest trends and techniques. The team roster includes seven stylists who use Goldwell and KMS products, along with chemical-free keratin treatments, to reinvent clients' looks with cuts, color, and styling services.