Mother-daughter owners Brenda Willoughby and Ashton Wiley specialize in making women and men feel well-groomed and confident with a carefully selected menu of skincare, nailcare, and bodycare services. A team of nail techs and estheticians stands by ready to pamper clients from head to toe, and a boutique stocked with feminine accessories completes clients’ new makeovers like the frosting on a carrot. Nail technicians exfoliate phalanges and slather them in essential oils before polishing nails with products by OPI, LaLicious, and CND Shellac. Estheticians rely exclusively on natural, preservative-free skincare products by Sanitas to hydrate and cleanse countenances, and waxing sessions wick away unwanted hair with hard or soft waxes from Cirepil. On their way out, patrons can peruse the boutique’s purses, jewelry, and cashmere social-security cards.
Cited by Vogue as the mastermind behind the now-iconic “beach hair” look, stylist Kevin Murphy travels the world crafting new hair designs. Despite this, his presence looms like a friendly but no-nonsense ghost at BeauImáge Salon. The salon’s six stylists use his eponymous line of hair products, as well as products from L’Oréal, to style creative cuts, elevate updos, and finish coloring sessions. Their services extend beyond hair, though. Two nail techs brighten digits with acrylic nails or Shellac polish, which refuses to chip even when hands are stuck in the mouth of a hungry pug.
As a recent transplant from Indiana, Sarah Strothkamp brings with her a belief in the healing powers of detoxification. At New Harmony Health Spa, she helps others purge their impurities, no matter where they might be hiding. Her FDA-approved colon hydrotherapy sessions free intestines from built-up toxins with gentle irrigation by streams of water. She also draws harmful substances out during ionic foot baths, submerging feet in negatively charged salt water that whisk away everything from cellular waste to pent-up heavy metals. In addition to ridding bodies of the environmental hazards that are already there, she also offers guidance to prevent future accumulation through a balanced diet that incorporates vitamins and herbal supplements. Her treatment regimen also includes massages, which knead away stress and misplaced sailor knots through the use of various bodywork techniques.
You can't get a cup of coffee at Cafe of Life. The doctors are no barista's; instead, They are doctors of chiropractic doling out servings of wellness, physical comfort, and peace of mind. Their goal is to foster a place that "thinks radically different about health" by offering targeted, yet holistic, healing.
They achieve this mainly through the practice of zone chiropractic. Zone healing is a system that works with the whole person, not just the spine or the marble rod inside it that keeps people upright. Using Scientific Zone Chiropractic adjustments, They help clients of all ages overcome ailments, find relief from aches, and achieve optimal health of body and mind. In service of that goal, Cafe of Life also offers massage, as well as specialized chiropractic care for expecting mothers and children.
Movement Mechanics Spa's massage therapists believe that, like cars, bodies need regular tune-ups to stay healthy. The licensed wellness professionals offer everything bodies need for rejuvenation?various massages, stretching, rehabilitation, and a whole host of spa and relaxation treatments. They specialize in helping people recover from car accidents with medical-massage treatments designed to deal with things such as whiplash and removing air fresheners stuck between toes.
In the auto-themed lobby, spa-goers settle in on real seats from cars and check out the license plates hung on the walls. They then head in for routine maintenance treatments.
Annette K. Blea, Breathe Aromatherapy's owner and resident reiki healer, has dedicated herself to creating relaxing environments for her clients. To do so, she uses ancient ayruvedic principles, and stresses the importance of a mind, body, and spirit connection. She treats guests' physical and mental ailments with healing services that include reiki, a form of relaxation and meditation called shirodhara, and four types of body wraps. She also offers hand-mixed, small-batch beauty products that use pure essential oils from around the world.