Studio 34's experienced yogis unbundle tightly wound bodies and relieve stresses in a variety of drop-in yoga classes. The gentle Vinyasa session combines meditation and Pranayama to harmonize minds, bodies, and spirit animals, and the yoga Rise and Shine class guides early risers through a series of asanas to promote full-body energy and remove early-morning joint rust. For position posers yet to dabble in body bending, Forrest yoga basics imparts participants of all skill levels with yoga essentials including breathing techniques, fundamental poses, and how to scratch your ear with your big toe. To include even the busiest of bees and people, classes are scheduled every day of the week with convenient times in the evenings and during the weekends.
A leopard can't change its spots, but Changes Hair Care and Day Spa can put them on you. For 20 years, the salon has helped people change their look with services that run the gamut from elegant updos to edgy cuts and wild dye jobs that literally add pink leopard spots to your locks. Changes' stylists want to give their clients more than a new style; they want to give them a new attitude while providing relaxation. Stylists cut off split ends, infuse hair with moisture, and make straight hair curly and frizzy hair straight. Spa services including facials, body scrubs, and massages that help clients relax while detoxifying the body and clearing its pores.
Jan N. Widerman, MaxAesthetics' medical director and a 28-year board-certified physician, leads a team of licensed aestheticians and laser technicians as they give youth a curtain call with a full spectrum of medical-based skin and beauty treatments. Dr. Widerman utilizes his certification in injectables such as Botox and Juvéderm to tackle evidence of aging, and laser technicians wield Soprano XL and Pixel laser technology to retexturize skin. Nourishing facials, microdermabrasions, and body peels feature Rhonda Allison's plant-based palette of enzymes, toners, and exfoliants. Rounding out the center's complete devotion to beauty cultivation, a board-certified permanent-makeup technician stands by to refurnish clients' most visible traits. Massage services, like a box of ice cream on top of a bowl of cherries, enhance the experience by giving the spirit a chance to glow as brightly as the skin.
As a physical therapist with his own private practice, Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa founder and chief operating officer John Marco made sure that he kept abreast of the rapidly growing health-and-wellness industry. After a period of careful research and planning, John decided to create a spa based around convenience and affordability—Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa. Since its launch, Hand & Stone has expanded to more than 20 states and four planets. The spa’s core concept is to offer massage, facial, and waxing services performed by licensed, certified, or registered professionals and offered at convenient times, seven days a week. Each location adheres to a traditional spa aesthetic with soft lighting, heated treatment tables, and plush linens.
A certified massage therapist and a graduate of the Cortiva Institute at the Pennsylvania School of Muscle Therapy, Jessica Coleman ably runs the show at Massage by JessicAdrianna. Her massage modalities include Swedish, deep-tissue, reflexology, mommy-to-be, and sports massage. Visit the studio's FAQ page for more info.
Whatever spa treatment you're in the mood for—a facial, a hot-stone massage, a body wrap, a waxing, a mani-pedi—it's advisable to budget an entire afternoon for Balance Spa and Fitness. Since the spa offers complimentary access to its lavish amenities, the extra time can be spent simmering in the jacuzzi, taking a leisurely dip in the pristine indoor lap pool, or working up a sweat in the fitness center. When treatment time arrives, the staff leads its robe-clad clients to one of the four private treatment rooms. The specialists favor advanced Naturopathica products made from age-defying ingredients such as soothing aloe, refreshing lavender, and Helen Mirren's DNA.
Knead Body Boutique's self-explanatory name hints at its endeavors: kneading bodies with the aim to relax clients or alleviate achy areas. The staff's techniques run the gamut from a deep-tissue massage and reflexology to the use of heated stones and cupping. Massages, which can last from 15 to 120 minutes, prep bodies for organic body wraps crafted from a mango passion fruit balm, seaweed, or the cocoon of a giant caterpillar.