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Salon Infinity's expertly trained team explores beauty's limitless possibilities with a menu of aesthetically driven services for hair, nails, and skin. The staff keeps abreast of current trends and hones its skills via ongoing training sessions and seminars, and each of its services deploys products from trusted brands including Redken, Pureology, and OPI. Before hair treatments, coiffeurs conduct in-depth consultations with each client to determine a suitable cut or color tailored to flatter individual features and personal styles. In private rooms segregated from the bustling styling stations, nail technicians dole out foot massages, soothing soaks, manicures, and pedicures, which make feet more presentable and less likely to hide inside Thanksgiving turkeys.

706 S Cedar St
Mason,
MI
US

Family health histories, dietary habits, previous medical care, and extracurricular activities all constitute invaluable information for the therapists at Back n' Balance Massage. Equipped with this knowledge, they can better assess the root causes of a client's musculoskeletal concerns and recommend a suitable treatment regimen. Their treatments eschew invasive procedures altogether, opting instead to use personalized combinations of massage therapy and rehab services to treat everything from chronic pain to stress. The massage therapists employ a variety of specialized modalities as they soothe tension. Gentle Swedish strokes unfurl knotted muscles; deep-tissue pressure targets withheld tension buried further beneath the surface; and myofascial massage techniques aim to restore joint mobility.

1995 North Cedar Street
Delhi Charter Township,
MI
US

It must have been Diane Kennedy's attention to detail that earned her honors from Phi Theta Kappa, which acknowledged her diligence as a massage-therapy student at Lansing Community College. She was also a motivated student in 1997, spurred by her high-school dream of helping people feel good in spite of their yearbook pictures. Now the healing force of Helpful Hands Massage Therapy, her fascination with feeling good persists, and has led her to earn certifications in reflexology and as an Infant Massage Instructor. The foundation of her repertoire is the relaxing Swedish style, which she augments with 11 other modalities of muscular therapy and energy work, including clinical massage, a facial-rejuvenation technique, and reiki. The years of thoughtful consideration shine through in her practice. Soft music or tapes of gurgling baby waterfalls play in her serene blue massage chamber, where a hand-painted mural evokes a flourishing flower garden under white clouds. Reflexology sessions include a spa treatment for feet, while paraffin-wax dips are also available to envelop weary limbs in soothing warmth.

1626 Hagadorn Road
Mason,
MI
US

Fluffy green sheets and scented jasmine vanilla oil mark two of the most recent upgrades that massage therapist Crystal Earl is constantly making to help ensure her clients get the most out of their time at Fairy's Touch Massage. The studio's owner and sole therapist, her specialties range from gentle Swedish to soothing hot-stone massage, though she gladly customizes each session to match her clients' aches, pains, and favorite disco songs. Clients can seek out Crystal's services amid her zen, teal-colored treatment suite or enjoy their massage in the comfort of their own home for an additional fee.

839 S Cedar St.
Mason,
Michigan
US

Licensed massage therapist Jodi M. Ball eases tension in muscles and minds with a variety of massage treatments. With the flowing kneads of relaxation massage or targeted deep-tissue manipulation, the skilled therapist can help alleviate fatigue and anxiety, improve range of motion, and assuage chronic pain.

6924 Spring Valley Drive Suite 149
Holland,
OH
US

Throughout her training and more than 13 years of professional experience, certified massage therapist and Lighthouse Massage Center founder Elizabeth Everett has learned to treat patients with more than just her hands. She performs 11 types of massage, including Ashiatsu oriental bar therapy, during which she uses her feet to deeply manipulate muscles in the back, glutes, and legs. Her hands work in tandem with warmed stones during hot lava-stone treatments as wafts of smoke from white sage fill the air with a calming scent. Raindrop-therapy sessions use the aromatic blends of Young Living Essential Oils and ancient Lakota techniques to target both physical and energetic toxins acquired from carrying whiny backpacks. Elizabeth, who has used her capable hands to soothe the stage-weary muscles of musicians such as Alice Cooper and Alicia Keys, is also a certified yoga instructor, and leads Vinyasa classes at Hilltop Yoga.

110 East Grand River Avenue
Lansing,
MI
US