The health specialists at Wisdom Of Healing aim to balance the body, mind, and soul with holistic treatments. Migraines and cluster headaches are eased with pressure-point therapy and an inflammation-reducing cold-stone treatment, and hot towels soothingly swaddle hands and feet. Patrons can also relax with the aid of an authentic Swedish massage, which employs gliding kneads to calm the nervous system and untangle anatomical half-hitches.
Cosi Bella Day Spa's patron’s enter through an ornate Corinthian-style archway, where they are greeted by lush wood accents, polished beige floors, and walls the color of a lightly toasted marshmallow. Amid these cozy trappings, skilled stylist Sherris Copley sculpts sleek layers and decks out tresses with bold color or highlights. Clients may also solicit Sherris for a deep-conditioning treatment or an elegant updo for an upcoming wedding or competitive-eating match.
The certified massage therapists at Healing Through Massage compare the human body to a musical instrument: both need to be kept in tune to function optimally. Using relaxing Swedish strokes, deep-tissue pressure, and shiatsu techniques, they work to restore the body to balance. Patrons can also opt for reflexology sessions, during which therapists apply precise pressure to the feet and hands.
If it weren't for the bright sign out front, it would be easy to mistake The Courtyard Salon for a woodland cottage or a scene from a commercial where everyone has a happier camping trip thanks to insect repellent. The cozy salon is tucked away in a lush garden, with leafy trees, fragrant flowers, and rustic patio furniture. And the charm doesn't stop at the door. Sunlight trickles in through soft curtains and casts a warm glow on dark hardwood floors, golden walls, and comfy red armchairs. Instead of the princesses and singing bunnies you might expect from such a fairy-tale scene, the salon buzzes with a staff of skilled stylists, nail technicians, and spa specialists. They perform a sweeping array of beauty services, including haircuts, meticulous mani-pedis, and tension-blasting massages, all with the help of advanced skin and hair-care products from top purveyors like Pureology, Kendra, and Onesta.
Felecia Rincon knows that sugar can do a lot more than sweeten her coffee and stand in for snow on a ski slope. At Bare Sugaring Studio, she uses it to remove unwanted hair, practicing a spa treatment that goes back centuries. Applied opposite the direction of hair growth, her sugar-based paste sinks deep within the follicle, deeper than wax, to grip the hair at its root. When Felecia removes the paste, she takes with it the short, fine hairs that other epilation techniques miss, and even removes dead skin, leaving the legs, chests, chin, or any other body area, smooth and sleek.