Northwest Health and Safety Inc. is a leading provider of CPR and First Aid Training programs in the Vancouver, Washington and Portland, Oregon areas. We are a American Safety and Health Institute authorized training center. We train over 1,000 students annually.
At Serenity Wellness and Nails, the staff works under the philosophy that the state of one's exterior and interior are closely intertwined. So, they offer multiple types of manicures and pedicures to help their client's feel confident about their appearance, which, in turn, often has a positive effect on their general wellbeing. The staff is also very health conscious, believing that good health translates into a glowing exterior. Therefore, they specialize in health-related treatments such as diabetic foot care, use disposable liners in their pedicure tubs, and greet each customer with a preventative "gesundheit!"
The professionals at Elements Therapeutic Massage Salmon Creek approach each massage differently. They understand that each body functions—and malfunctions—in its own way, so each session with a new client begins with a brief chat about his or her health concerns, treatment goals, and general preferences. Therapists can customize massages by blending multiple techniques, altering the amount of pressure used, and yelling at knots with a varying degree of sternness. Massage benefits can include relaxation, pain relief, and increased flexibility.
Each of Cascade Paddle Boards’ fiberglass standup paddleboards are made the same way: by taking a blank EPS foam board, adding a hardwood stringer in the middle of the board for stability, covering the board with fiberglass cloth, and wrapping everything in an epoxy resin. The result is a lightweight, yet durable board that has been tested in all types of water—on both smooth and choppy waves found in rivers, lakes, ponds, the ocean, and fish tanks. The boards are sanded down to sizes of 12 feet, weigh 30 pounds, and are recommended for paddlers up to 220 pounds.
At Wake Up Beautiful, located within Spoiled Spa & Salon, Marcy Harris, who has 10 years of experience as an registered nurse, works to boost clients' natural beauty with permanent cosmetics. After applying a numbing cream to keep pain to a minimum, she meticulously adds pigments to the skin. She defines eyebrows and eyes by hand and uses a machine to add color to the lips, eliminating the need to smear on lipstick or kiss freshly painted walls. Visitors to the spa can also request eyelash extensions made from real human hair.
The staff?a doctor, nurse practitioner, and licensed aesthetician?at Living Well Medical Spa help minimize wrinkles and fine lines, acne and acne scarring, and uneven skin tone with a slew of aesthetic treatments. These include Botox injections, red- and blue-light therapy, and moderate VI peels, which reduce wrinkles, acne, and acne scarring over 2?3 days. The med spa also carries and prescribes professional products such as the Epicone skincare system and prescription Latisse, an eyelash growth serum.