Dash Salon & Day Spa relaxes and rejuvenates maltreated body sacks with a full catalog of hair, skin, and nail services. Microdermabrasion accelerates cell regeneration by gently but deeply exfoliating dead skin cells with a stream of microcrystalline particles, restoring dermal elasticity, evening out skin texture and tone, and polishing away fine lines and wrinkles. The treatment can also be used to soothe the surface of despondent skin blemished by blackheads, acne, and even mild acne scarring. Microdermabrasions are a quick, lunch-hour procedure, easily wedged into any schedule or appointment book.
No one knows your body better than you do. That's why the licensed massage therapists at Channels of Healing focus on you?your words and your history. Each session begins with a consultation to discuss your health concerns and goals. After these elements are accounted for, the therapist can fill in the gaps with nutrition education, personal training, and a custom blend of soothing bodywork. Massage techniques may include focused neuromuscular pressure therapy or gentle lymphatic-drainage techniques to ease tension.
Amy Chapman is a licensed massage therapist who focuses on clients' physical and emotional well-being. She facilitates feelings of relaxation with treatments such as Swedish massages, which entail long, gentle strokes that simultaneously relax the mind and the muscles.
Avenue Hair Styling and Day Spa's seasoned aestheticians beautify bodies with a range of noninvasive prettifying techniques from haircuts to body wraps. An expansive ocean mural presides over the scene as massages unfurl muscles, and clenched fists release their tension during a pampering manicure and a paraffin treatment that reduces lines, like a speedy ticket redeemer at an amusement park. As stylists snip locks in the wood-paneled salon, guests can bid adieu to leg fuzzies before an aerodynamics-promoting waxing. Avenue Hair Styling and Day Spa proudly throws its hair in the ring of the Locks of Love program, a nonprofit dedicated to matching donated tresses to disadvantaged children.
With an eye towards holistic health, Kathy Harrington, a member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals, took on 720 hours of massage training at the Pinnacle Career Institute. Now she uses a range of techniques?including Swedish, trigger-point, reflexology, and hot-stone therapy?to boost circulation and improve overall wellbeing. Kathy caters to expectant mothers with pregnancy massage, and she can tend to dermal concerns with organic facials and body wraps. She also offers spa packages that include body wraps and aromatherapy treatments.
After seeing three different doctors and having her thyroid removed in an effort to deal with chronic back and arm pain, Ronni Church turned to massage and found it worked wonders. She decided to help pass on benefits of massage herself as a licensed practitioner, amassing more than 760 hours of training in the process. Ronni specializes in tuning-fork therapy, a technique that uses sound, vibration, and high-school physics experiments to help dilate blood vessels, but is also experienced in Swedish, deep-tissue, and trigger-point massage.