The Healing Tree Wellness Center Spa's staff specializes in both the physical and spiritual rejuvenation of clients. Aesthetician Chris Ann focuses on the tangible by providing skin, nail, and foot care. Patti and Carol, meanwhile, relieve mental tension and cleanse auras with Reiki. Patti even employs here spiritual prowess as a tarot card reader and aura photographer, capturing images of the unique energy fields that surround people and Christmas trees.
From hair to nails to everything in between, Hair We Goes Salon has beauty-seekers covered. Their host of refreshing facials keep visages looking bright and youthful. Whether prepping for one's wedding or simply stopping by to revivify a tan, the staff of makeup artists, stylists, and aestheticians make guests look and feel their best.
Skin Care and Wellness Studio updates traditional services with contemporary technology and the latest products. And though the business is new, the spa’s owner, Cris-Anne, is far from new to the scene. She’s been in the industry since 1998 and holds licenses in aesthetics and nailcare and certifications from Bioelements and OPI. Likewise, the entire staff is professionally trained, and the range of services offered at Skin Care and Wellness Studio reflects the staff's broad experience. You can get a customized facial, body-waxing treatment, and Shellac manicure all in one visit, or try the ionic-detox system, which infuses charged ions into a relaxing footbath.
Super Wok serves a broad variety of Chinese cuisine, with Cantonese, Szechuan, and Mandarin selections all prominently featured on the menu. House specialties, such as crispy lemon chicken and Thai-style spicy spareribs, can be complemented with veggie dishes like sautéed string beans and eggplant with garlic sauce.
Though personal trainer and group exercise instructor Nicole Detellis fell head over heels for fitness in 1987, it wasn't until she discovered yoga that she found total-body wellness. It was this realization that led her to her life calling: teaching others how to cultivate harmony between their outer and inner selves. Fueled by this newfound passion, Detellis became a certified instructor and complemented her training by studying holistic-healing techniques at the California College of Ayurveda. Today, she works alongside a team of passionate teachers to put her training into action during small group classes that, unlike boot camps designed for lackadaisical tomato plants, encourage students to grow at their own pace.
In the studio's range of classes, teachers mainly adopt a Hatha Vinyasa approach, weaving poses and breathing exercises into a slow-paced, dance-like flow. They can also help participants hone their technique during one-on-one lessons, as well as melt stress with reiki energy-balancing sessions and ayurvedic consultations.