Massage in Manhattan

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Established: 1980
Reservations/Appointments: Recommended
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 11–25 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Haircuts, highlights, and color
Brands Used: Redken, Purology, Kenra, Aquage

Q&A with Debbie Mccullough, Salon Owner

The interior of a business can affect how its customers feel. What kind of decor do you use to help make your clients feel pampered and at ease?
A natural-looking and natural-feeling decor. Very friendly and caring atmosphere. Our clients are very important to us.

Do you or your staff have any special certifications or degrees?
A number of the stylists have been to the Redken Exchange in New York for advanced education in haircutting, color, and blonding classes.

Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
After receiving their Cosmetologist degree, stylists go through an intensive nine-month education program. Once the program is completed, our team thrives to continue their education, attending national hair shows and specialized classes across America. Hair Experts also provides our team with education at the salon, where nationally-educated artists provide lessons. This gives our team a unique advantage before putting the Hair Experts brand on their work. You can be sure that your hair, spa and nail services will ensure a great experience.

1323 Anderson Ave
Manhattan,
KS
US

Muscles unclench, toxins retreat, and stagnant blood gets moving under the therapeutic hands of Casey Muck Ebert, licensed massage therapist of Rockhill Massage Therapy. Casey excels at both ends of the massage spectrum: the therapeutic and the luxurious. Whereas she targets the root causes of pain with sports and deep-tissue massages, she also eases clients into states of tension-free serenity with hot stone and Swedish massages.

305 Fort Riley Blvd.
Manhattan,
KS
US

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.

807 S Kansas Ave
Topeka,
KS
US

In a minimalist office with ivory carpeting and black accents, Dr. Glenn Detlefsen and his staff polish away fine lines and resurface skin with injectables, laser treatments, photofacials, and peels, which can bring a youthful glow to visages without permanently situating them over a birthday cake with five flickering candles. The center bases treatments on results from Visia digital skin analysis, which investigates six aspects contributing to the health and appearance of clients' facial features, including the depth and frequency of wrinkles, the size of pores, and the number of freckles feigned with magic marker.

3074 SW 29th St
Topeka,
KS
US

Many think of massage therapy as a luxury. 7th Heaven Massage agrees with that completely, but also believes massage should be a regular part of routine wellness plans. While their therapists knead muscles into pools of warmth and relaxation, they know that the treatment provides many more benefits. Those can include everything from improved circulation and pain relief to improved sleep habits, stronger immune systems, and heightened awareness. By tailoring massages to each client, they can target any concerns clients may have.

2611 Southwest 17th Street
Topeka,
KS
US

Jody Rowley wields experienced fingers over crimped spines with soothing massage, trigger-point therapy, myofascial release, and stretches to balance the body and mind. During a massage session, turbulent muscles turn placid as Jody subdues knots and offers gentle instructions. The 60-minute Swedish massage ($50) addresses pain all over the body, moving all the way to the hands and feet with broad, flowing strokes that calm the nervous system and relax exterior muscle tension. Gradually increasing pressure on specific areas relieves muscular tension and locates any unwanted alien microchips. Often, a light oil or lotion is used to promote hydration and facilitate fingers' smooth sailing across the skin. Afterward, Jody encourages clients to drink plenty of water to flush out toxins and facilitate the body's starfish-like ability to heal itself. Other massage options include the 60-minute integrated massage ($60), the 60-minute back-and-neck massage ($50), and the 60-minute hot-stone massage ($65). Jody also offers chair massages ($1/minute) for special events and businesses.

1507 Southwest 21st Street
Topeka,
KS
US