Though massage is Arnaud Adam's passion, Midweek.com reports that he's always been fascinated with paddling. So in 2009, when he moved to Hawaii from France, he joined the Kailua Canoe Club and taught himself the sport. Today, Arnaud finds that many of his clients are fellow paddlers, due in part to his title as massage therapist for Keahiakahoe men's crew. But his services aren't strictly for athletes. Nestled within his Hale 'e pa nui Arnaud eases tension in a diversity of clients with his flowing Swedish strokes, lomi lomi techniques, deep-tissue pressure, and cervical spine and cranial work to alleviate headaches, migraines, and TMJ pain.
Koolau Massage's therapists soothe muscles and alleviate aches with a wide range of massage techniques and scrubs forged from Canadian mineral sea salt. With more than 30 years combined experience, the therapists specialize in multiple modalities, including hot-stone massage, trigger-point therapy, thai massage, neuromuscular therapy, and styles designed to rehabilitate injuries. Hot-stone massages ease tension and improve circulation, aromatherapy soothes breathing tubes, and mineral salt scrubs invigorate the feet.
At Jese Salon, hair stylist Jenny and aesthetician Ses work together to totally revamp visages. Jenny cuts hair into trendy styles and employs coloring techniques that range from face-framing highlights to ombre color. Ses, meanwhile, treats guests to indulgent European facials as well as soothing acne treatments, acupressure skin therapy, and waxing services for brows and upper lip.
Eco Wash Hawaii employs a waterless wash system that's friendly to the environment. Every product used for waterless wash and wax services is biodegradable. From their outpost at the Windward Mall, staff members also restore headlights and work with minor scratch removal. Patrons are free to catch a movie or browse boutiques while their car receives its earth-friendly wipedown.