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.
Specializing in sports massage, therapist Christopher Benoit applies his athleticism and formal training to a variety of relaxation modalities. A long-distance cyclist himself, Benoit helps to keep athletes limber during muscle-stiffening cold seasons with foam-fingered kneads designed to facilitate healing, improve athletic performance, and increase range of motion. Benoit approaches massage therapy from a perspective of wellness, helping to circulate endorphins, nutrients, and oxygen throughout the body as he bolsters the immune system. Dim lighting gently illuminates light-green walls as clients lie on heated towels and surrender to soothing strokes augmented by hypoallergenic massage gels.
The 13 stylists at Eccoli Hair Salon never stop learning. From obtaining hands-on experience in workshops to attending the latest industry shows, the stylists make a point to stay on top of trends. Of their many services, the team members can relax strands, craft curly manes, or restore worn locks with Moroccanoil restorative treatments.
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Commanding nine varieties of massage, licensed therapist David Lusignan expels bodily tensions using all-natural creams and oils and therapeutic techniques customized to each patient's particular aches and pains. A pretreatment interview provides a forum for patients to discuss their immediate needs, long-term goals, and the progress of their screenplay, allowing Lusignan to select an appropriate massage regimen from within his cranial catalog. Deep-tissue and Swedish massage relieve the naturally accumulated aches that lodge themselves in muscles and connective tissue, as myofascial release employs slow, gentle pressure to free bound-up soft tissues and restore posture, circulation, and range of motion. Recurring muscle spasms subside with neuromuscular therapy that targets common trigger points to cure the chronic pains responsible for stiff necks, tennis elbow, golfer's elbow, and compulsive jazz hands, and orthopedic and sports massages soothe tissues and tendons left pained by past injuries.
During your hour-long session, Namasté's resident knot-noodler Jess Watson will use one of two therapeutic massage modalities to raise sore souls from the depths of chronic pain and lingering stiffness. A relaxation massage combines elements of deep tissue along with a medley of movement and point-based techniques. A deep-tissue massage, on the other massaging mitt, eschews chillaxing in favor of releasing muscle restrictions. This deep, penetrating style alleviates chronic pain, improves posture, boosts flexibility, and markedly enhances your ability to smell time.