Overseen by owner and veteran hair-tamer Monica Richardson, The Element Total Salon transforms languid locks into voguish 'dos within the cheerful climes of its elegant interior. The salon's professional squad of hair specialists skillfully chops customers' mops, attracting compliments from friends, strangers, and the insides of hats. Follow up the cut with a blow-dry that freshens follicles with a bracing rush of air and seals in the pulchritude of your newly clipped noodle nest.
Staffed by certified members of the American Massage Therapy Association and a duo of certified aestheticians, Serenity Therapeutic Massage & Skin Care keeps bodies limber and faces fresh with a suite of rejuvenating services. Tending to physiques with tools such as soothing hot stones and warm bamboo rods, massage therapists loosen kinks and untie bowline back knots. Aestheticians—exclusively wielding botanical Pevonia products—massage and revivify faces with treatments custom-tailored to each client's skin tone, moon sign, and epidermal concern. Alternatively, a variety of spa packages for parties of two to six people combine massages with other pampering services such as facials, body treatments, and sugar scrubs.
The diverse team of medical professionals, massage therapists, and aestheticians at Ageless Beauty M.D. helps limit the ill effects Father Time has on bodies. They use DermaSweep microdermabrasion technology, skin rejuvenation treatments, and Botox injections to smooth out wrinkles and erase dark spots. TruSculpt body contouring treatments rely on ultrasonic energy to reduce fat and slim down physiques without requiring downtime. Aches and pains fade into a distant memory after massage sessions, which are available in an array of modalities such as reflexology, Swedish, deep tissue, and aromatherapy. The team also specializes in permanent makeup.
Certified massage therapist and doula Lindsay Burgett of Prenatal & Infant Massage guides adults through the unique stresses of bearing and caring for a little one. She eases symptoms of pregnancy, such as nausea and joint discomfort, during prenatal massage and helps mothers-to-be correct their posture and learn to recognize their body's pattern of tension. Once babies are born, she teaches parents how to apply their hands to bond with the child, help them sleep better, and alleviate digestive discomfort.
Owner and massage therapist Kenyatta Bozeman understands that massage is a practical way to relieve chronic pain?she graduated from the Dayton School of Medical Massage?but she also believes it should be a memorable experience. That's why she enhances her treatments with hot-towel add-ons, nine essential oils including tea tree and ylang-ylang, and even time for an after-massage nap, which can last up to 30 minutes or until the client's REM cycle has finished downloading the latest edition of Netscape Navigator. These add-ons complete the eight styles of massage available, including deep-tissue, hot-stone, and prenatal.
Massage therapist Jennifer Myers?s fingers dance over knotted muscles with the smooth, gliding strokes of Swedish massage to soothe aches and dispel tension. She incorporates essential oils into her kneading for aromatherapeutic sessions that stimulate the senses of both touch and smell, much like a hug from a warthog. Myers can also tailor sessions by blending techniques for mothers to be, fathers of the bride, and future cartographers of America.