Main Street Massage is run by lifetime resident, father of three children, and massage technician Barry Hatfield, who strives to help patients reduce stress, aches, and pains. Skip down the path of relaxation with a variety of massagey options. The smooth, flowing strokes of Swedish massage calm both mind and body, and the aromatherapy massage tops off the Swedish with an essential oil. Deep tissue attacks the layers of muscle hidden beneath other layers of muscle to untie knots similar to a prisoner trapped in a net-sack. Mr. Hatfield is also well-versed in sports massage, which can enhance athletic performance and the ability to throw flaming tires through larger flaming tires, and prenatal, which comforts future moms. Call ahead or register online to schedule your appointment.
With two types of sunless tanning to choose from, visitors to HudSun Tans can step into either of the fully automated booths to achieve a deep tan without exposure to UV rays. Both the Mystic HD and VersaPro systems spray bodies from head to toe with robotic precision, and both are heated, so visitors can enjoy a warm breeze while their tan dries and develops.
Those who desire the glow of UV beds also have a number of choices, ranging from 20-minute sessions in the Ultimate Envy 134 lie-down booth to quick 10-minute tans in the high-powered standup SunDome 548V.
The pampering pros at Simply Swank aid clients in the quest for rejuvenation with one-hour massages and facials. Clients can relinquish deep-seated pains and mental stresses at the hands of a relaxation massage. The tension-alleviating technique blends muscle compression with rhythmic, flowing strokes to induce a full-body state of relaxation and a basic understanding of drum patterns.
At Club Beauty, wander up and down the cheetah-print stairs of the two-story salon and spa for a day of pampering. Head to the pedicure station, where guests relax on the cushioned-topped bench built into the gray tiled platform and soak their feet in the footbath below. Nearby, a purple velvet dining chair relaxes clients during standard and shellac manicures, and a white brick fireplace is the perfect spot for quickly melting off old polish. The vibrant red, modern chairs in the salon area host clients getting haircuts, extensions, and blowouts.
Exposed wooden beams. Flickering candles. Stone Buddha statues. Iuventus Spa resembles a temple, and that's just what owner Sandra Woodring envisioned when designing the space; in fact, she considers her spa a temple for those in search of beauty and healing. Her treatments range from traditional hot-stone massages and European facials to chocolate body wraps and citrus body scrubs. The healing element comes in with cleansing detox programs and high-frequency treatments, which break down the electromagnetic forces that cause sickness.
Upstairs from the bustling hair studio and spa, The Wine Bar at Solaire offers a quiet respite amid lush curtains and soft lighting. Beneath the undulating panels of the ceiling at the center of the dining room, bistro-inspired plates fill the air with the aromas of pan-seared scallops and fresh pasta.