For more than a decade, Stacy Francis has practiced aesthetics. Her training at DePasquale informs her approach to skincare, particularly her commitment to delivering completely personalized treatments to each individual. At Aesthetics For You, she upgrades outer beauty through facials, peels, and microdermabrasion treatments while fostering inner harmony with spa perks such as fine linens and fragrant emollients. Her wellness center is quaint and inviting—the two-story building is a repurposed home complete with a wraparound deck and a couch fort. In addition to rooms for photofacials, body wraps, and waxing services, the building hosts a small spin studio.
"Fomentation room" might sound like a science-fiction term, but the igneous dry-rock sauna at Sol Mar Day Spa actually evokes a step back in time. The Korean-style space encourages the release of toxins through sweat, boosting the body's circulation and tipping the mind back into balance. And, luckily, a trip into its steamy enclosure is included in many of the spa's other services. Clients can submit their sore spots to a combination massage, during which Swedish and pressure-point shiatsu techniques work to untie muscular knots. Customized facials address specific skincare concerns, from dryness to sensitivity, and an Asian body scrub softens the skin through relaxing exfoliation. The spa also offers nail services, reflexology, and various treatment packages that last for two to three hours, or until each vertebra can be heard softly snoring.
Hands-on experience can be a bonus in most educational programs, but with massage, it's a necessity. The Institute For Therapeutic Massage makes that vital step in the educational process a boon to their clients as well, offering affordable Swedish massage sessions in a supervised environment. Students undergo extensive tests of their knowledge and hands-on skills before they're cleared to start untying shoulder knots, and a licensed massage therapist watches on as tension melts away. In addition to the core Massage and Bodywork Program, students can pursue additional training in Oncology Massage, Eastern Bodywork, and Personal Training.
Dr. Kevin Hall has specialized in functional and regenerative medicine for 25 years. As the chief medical officer of Do Well Be Well, he supervises an extensive roster of non-invasive treatments. Dr. Hall is also certified in energy healing and acupressure, and he fuses his backgrounds in Eastern and Western medical disciplines to customize treatment plans for his patients. Treatments aim to restore balance, beauty, and overall wellness, ranging from facials to hyperbaric chamber sessions.
We aim to reduce pain and energy blockages, increase proper circulation, restore natural range of motion, and promote healthy functioning of all body systems. We offer Massage Therapy, Reflexology, CranioSacral, Shiatsu, Reiki and Energy Medicine.
At A Good Life Massage Therapy, licensed massage therapist Danielle DeLeonardo is committed to easing clients' stress and tension. She schedules morning, afternoon, and evening appointments five days a week, loosening muscles with eight different types of massages and body-balancing reflexology sessions. During relaxing aromatherapy massages, Danielle's employs fragrant, therapeutic-grade Young Living essential oils. She also addresses the discomforts of mothers-to-be with prenatal massages and performs corporate massages that can increase employees' productivity.