Bending and shaping the human body with a combination of techniques, such as myofascial release, deep-tissue massage, sports massage, and classic relaxation-massage therapy, Lori Maloney at Knead for Health eases tension out of weary flexors. Each muscle manipulation is fully customized, addressing specific aches and heightening the relaxation of the entire body.
The licensed massage therapists and cosmetologists at Therapeutic Touch Wellness Center unshackle visitors from the stressors of daily routines. In addition to assuaging aches with four standard massage modalities, the team fosters increased health with specialized massages. Raindrop therapy draws out toxins with nine essential oils, and lymphatic drainage squeezes out excess fluid that can build up in soft tissue or defective snorkels. The Atlantis Room pampers patrons with royal treatments of an air jet tub, dry sauna, or Dead Sea salt glow scrubs.
N2 Serenity's massage therapists knead and apply pressure using massage techniques ranging from myofascial work to injury recovery. They tailor each session to the client's needs, whether they're soothing a back injured while attempting to move a uranium collection into new lead boxes or kneading the bodies of arthritic clients to ease their pain. In addition to massage, staff draw on healing techniques such as reiki and reflexology.
Erin Angerer loves helping people escape from the stress of their daily lives. In fact, it’s become so important to her that she devotes her time and business to helping her clients achieve that end. A certified eyelash-extension technician, she works to beautify her clients with each application. Her NovaLash eyelash extensions beautify eyes for up to eight weeks.
Brittney Clements styles and colors hair at De Nouveau Salon, a quaint, cottage-style space located inside the Village Square. Brittney offers cuts, Redken conditioning treatments, and perms as well as mani-pedis and facial waxing.