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.
Before he opened his own practice, massage therapist Jack Dillender made sure he knew exactly what he was doing. Through collaborations with chiropractors and medical doctors and stints at various day spas, he honed techniques that work to unclog systemic blockages, reduce stress, and increase the body’s ability to heal itself. At The Way of Massage, Jack puts these techniques into practice during treatments that he tailors to his clients’ unique maladies, from chronic aches to unoiled tin hinges. His couples massages incorporate hot stones, footbaths, and neck massages to bring twosomes closer together without forcing them to share a single table.
Jeni gave up a career in business to pursue her passion for helping people overcome pain and emotional stress. She attained her massage therapist’s license and set up shop at Massage Therapy by Jeni, where she specializes in numerous modalities. Alongside standards such as Swedish, deep tissue, and pregnancy, Jeni offers Deluxe Detox Relaxation massages that use essential oils, foot wraps, and reflexology to keep the mind from spinning in circles chasing its own brain stem. For those experiencing pain, she uses hot and cold therapies—combined with therapeutic massage—to bring relief to the affected areas.
Owner Tiffany Strauser oversees a team of fellow bodywork experts at Too Good To Be True Massages, an oasis of hands-on pampering and relaxation. These licensed therapists offer traditional Swedish, deep-tissue, and sports massages; prenatal massages for expectant mothers; and couples massages for partners in love—or partners in crime. Indian head massages focus on the nerve endings above the neck, and reiki sessions help restore depleted energy stores.
Licensed massage therapist Retna Riggio considers herself a healer in every sense of the word. Her treatments aim to relieve daily stress and anxiety, and in doing so, prevent the development of stress-related diseases. The experienced therapist can perform styles that range from classic Swedish massage to a more intensive sports massage that targets injuries sustained while hoisting referees and throwing them into the stands.
Scott Causey’s portfolio is bulging at the seams. He is a licensed medical massage practitioner, a reiki master, and a certified holistic health-care practitioner, and has received advanced training in Thailand and Japan. He is also a former US Navy corpsman, combat medic, and paramedic for a fire department. These days, he can be found at Health at Hand International, alleviating pain and untying knotted muscles with hot-stone, deep-tissue, and Swedish massages. He also treats patients' ills by directing the flow of energy with reiki sessions or a very strong magnet.