Owner and massage therapist Kenyatta Bozeman understands that massage is a practical way to relieve chronic pain?she graduated from the Dayton School of Medical Massage?but she also believes it should be a memorable experience. That's why she enhances her treatments with hot-towel add-ons, nine essential oils including tea tree and ylang-ylang, and even time for an after-massage nap, which can last up to 30 minutes or until the client's REM cycle has finished downloading the latest edition of Netscape Navigator. These add-ons complete the eight styles of massage available, including deep-tissue, hot-stone, and prenatal.
After graduating from Creative Images School of Cosmetology, Nikki Askew inserted herself into the world of aesthetics immediately, quickly becoming the managing licensed aesthetician at Creating Waves Salon. Here, she cleanses skin with facials that employ natural ingredients to smooth and rejuvenate skin while tackling acne and signs of aging. She also offers relaxation massage and waxing services, and is currently developing her own signature facial.
After Jessica spent a few years traveling to her customers? homes, she decided it was time to settle down in one location and formally open her own business. Today, customers visit her calming suite for facials, waxing, lash tinting, and massages. As a way to personalize the session and further encourage relaxation during bodywork treatments, she encourages her clients to bring their own music or a recording of their boss lavishing them with praise.
Licensed massage therapist Angela Marshall takes great pride in relieving people's pain through the power of her touch. Custom therapeutic-massage sessions focus on points of clients? discomfort, including sore necks or legs, high anxiety, and achy wings. She incorporates heated stones during certain massages to help further relax muscles, and she also travels to clients to massage them in the privacy of their own homes.
The staff at Cloud Nine Massage and Spa wears many hats. They have a licensed managing clinical aesthetician, brow expert, and massage therapist. Certifications include ones in photofacials, microdermabrasion treatments, and pharmaceutical chemical peels. They clear away acne and fine lines using face peels concocted from ingredients such as aloe vera, green tea, and vitamin C.
For the last decade, the staff at Tavernier's Salon & Spa has revitalized appearances and moods with a slew of salon and spa services. Defined by its brightly colored walls and artwork composed of primary yellows and reds, the interior is home to a team of diligent stylists, aestheticians, and massage therapists.
Tavernier's hairstylists wield Redken and Matrix products with full-color treatments and strategically placed highlights to add depth to monochromatic hairdos. Nail technicians prettify appendages with Opi polish and soothing, hydrating dips into paraffin wax, and skincare specialists administer facials such as the one-hour basic European facial, which opens up pores like they're interviewees on Oprah so that they release their pent-up dirt and leave with a cathartic sense of cleansing and exfoliation.