Paula Perino’s massage techniques are so well-liked, she even has potential competitors publicly lauding her talents. On Keepers Therapeutic Massage's website, a client named Leslie says she's been receiving deep-tissue massage from Paula for the past two years—a pretty strong endorsement, considering Leslie herself is a massage therapist who specializes in deep-tissue therapy. Fellow client Rachel praised Ally Ogden's ability to hit the right spots during a massage. In addition to that modality, Paula and her team help clients to relax or manage their pain with seven other types of therapy, including myofascial release and hot-stone massage. For further relief, an infrared sunlight sauna sends heat deep into the body to spur detoxification, melt soreness, and warm hearts still frozen from a bad breakup with a snowman.
Born in Israel, holistic doctor Gal Bason, ND pursued rigorous four-year graduate-level training at the National College for Naturopathic Medicine in Tel Aviv. There, she was coached in clinical nutrition, iridology, and Shiatsu massage, as well as holistic health-care techniques such as botanical medicine and reiki energy work. Today, Gal has lived in the United States for more than a decade. In addition to being a fully certified naturopathic physician and NAET practitioner, she’s also a licensed massage therapist, deftly blending her reiki methods and nutritional expertise with flowing Swedish strokes and deep-tissue pressure to promote wellness.
Licensed massage therapist Jean Kirby sends soothing ripples across muscle ponds with her therapeutic bodywork. In the comfort of her cozy studio, Jean can boost circulation with flowing Swedish strokes, or administer firmer deep-tissue pressure for lower-layer aches. Bodywork may also be paired with indulgent add-ons such as hot stones, aromatherapy, and Jean's personal blend of massage lotion.
At The Green Tea Spa, clients are paired with licensed massage therapists who specialize in specific massage modalities and customize treatments to assuage individual aches and pains. Once clients ease between warm blankets and crisp sheets atop a heated massage table, the massage therapist sets to work to relieve lower-back irritation, shoulder pain, and chronic ice-cream headaches. The therapist digs into tense musculature with hypoallergenic lotions and creams, frequently checking in with guests to ensure their utmost comfort throughout the experience.
At Simply Aesthetic Specialties, nurse practitioner Julie Cahill-Hollingsworth whisks away facial furrows with quick injections of Botox. Administered in 15- to 30-minute sessions, Botox relaxes the subdermal muscles responsible for epidermal turbulence and misplaced freckles. The injections can subdue crow's-feet, forehead lines, and wrinkles around the eyes for up to four months.
After graduating from the Elizabeth Grady School of Esthetics, Jenelle Paris went on to become a certified eyelash extensionist as well as a MAC-trained makeup artist. With this experience, Jenelle has been able to establish Beauty Couture by Jenelle, her intimate boutique spa. At her beauty haven, clients lounge amongst vintage European-inspired décor. Jenelle and her team evoke each client's inner beauty through the aid of aesthetic treatments and massage services. Aestheticians reach for the advanced biotechnology of Neocutis skincare products as they perform peels blended from glycolic acid and enzymes. The Neocutis "Processed Skin Cell Proteins (PSP)" mixture of skin nutrients includes cytokines, growth factors, and antioxidants to achieve optimal results. Beauty Couture also specializes in eyelash extensions. A synthetic silk blend is used to create each mink eyelash extension adhered to the eyelid's original lashes while the spa's resident aesthetic nurse specialist reverses signs of aging with Botox, Belotero, Radiesse, and Juvederm injections.