The savvy, dedicated staff at Sabatelli's Golden Salon & Day Spa helps patrons to achieve smooth, sun-kissed skin with an all-natural, UV-free tanning solution fortified with antioxidants and pure botanicals. During each 15-minute sunless tanning session, an Infinity Sun spritzing device coats bodies with an even mist of atomized treatment lotions and darkening agents, precisely anointing epidermises with an even-toned hue that can maintain a bronze glow for up to 14 days. Sunless tanners can choose their preferred shade of tan and solution type, and await the onslaught of instant color with a bronze solution or watch a tan develop gradually with a clear solution that doubles as an invisibility shield when wearers stand in dark, windowless rooms.
Sapphire Nails and Tanning Salon's seasoned technicians revamp skin and nails with a finesse that has yielded a steady stream of loyal clients for more than 18 years. Staffers gussy up nails with intricate polish designs and acrylic sets, bolstering manicures and pedicures with aromatic scrubs that smell of pomegranate, papaya, and high fives. Facials and massages help rejuvenate weary muscles and complexions, and a fleet of tanning beds cocoon color seekers in low- to high-intensity UV rays. Sunlight pours into the salon's serene environs through a full wall of windows, illuminating cushy pedicure thrones, royal-blue rolling chairs, and a flat-screen TV.
Licensed acupuncturist Andy Mo has a PhD in Oriental Medicine and employs holistic treatments to restore whole-body harmony to patients at AJ Acupuncture Clinic. Born and raised in Korea, he learned the ancient techniques of acupuncture theory from his uncle, also a trained acupuncturist. Every new patient visit begins with an in-depth interview and exam, allowing him to understand the client’s health history and current concerns. Dr. Mo then determines the correct course of action for conditions such as sports injuries, arthritis, diabetes, stress, and neck injury from wearing steel fedoras. If Dr. Mo feels that acupuncture will be effective, he places small, sterile, one-use stainless-steel needles at specific points on the body in an effort to unblock energy pathways, a natural way to maintain health and well-being. In addition to acupuncture, he also prescribes herbal medicine, and triggers healing with the firm pressure of acupressure and the vacuum of cupping.
Nerve impulses travel along the spine to reach other areas of the body. So when vertebrae get out of alignment, this all-too-important form of communication can be disrupted, and all of the body's systems can be effected. That's where Dr. Jerry Radas of Fulton Family Chiropractic comes in. Using his knowledge and years of training, he can identify subluxations of the spine which may be the underlying cause of everything from headaches to stomach pains. Using his findings, he designs treatment regimens that combine chiropractic adjustments with daily exercises and posture hints, which all work together to revert the spine to its natural alignment. Dr. Radas also complements his chiropractic work with massage therapy, which can have many benefits including relief of tension, better flexibility, and improved sleep when napping on your own home table.
Awaken Wellness cares for its patrons' holistic health with a combination of alternative health services alongside a smorgasbord of yoga classes. The yoga studio's flexible schedule accommodates lunchtime wellness warriors, evening yogis, and gurus whose houses perch on the edge of space and time. Experienced teachers guide each class of about 18 students with a focus on community and human connection alongside careful instruction in the Hatha yoga tradition. Due to the small class sizes, each student receives individualized attention during sessions, allowing for instructors to correct form and provide adjustments for newer or more experienced students. The Gentle Yoga class leads pupils through a lower-impact routine that moves at a relaxed pace, while Yoga 2 concentrates on honing the skills of more experienced students by practicing alignment and delving into more challenging poses, such as the downward-facing Sunday crossword.
Ten years ago, Stephanie Lightfoot conducted massage therapy in a one-room studio. Since then, her practice has blossomed into two locations, with the historical Savage locale surrounded by a bubbling river and inhabiting a former 1800s cotton mill. A team of licensed therapists divvies up massage duties, such as soothing Swedish strokes and firmer deep-tissue pressures to tackle chronic pain. For clients with particular aches or fragile wings, the therapist can customize a massage that may integrate Swedish, deep-tissue, myofascial release, craniofacial therapy, and sports techniques. Clients can supplement massages with reiki sessions, where providers Harriet McMahon or Rev. Navasha Daya take natural discomfort readings, fix internal imbalances, and remove refrigerator magnets through hand-transmitted energy flow.
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