Beneath the painted branches that snake along the saffron walls of Blu Water Medi Spa Salon, guests leave their cares, worries, and mobile phones behind and enter a sanctuary teeming with relaxing music and soothing candlelight. Four levels of stylists revamp hair arrangements with customized cuts, colors, and updos that call on Aveda products. Aestheticians revive complexions with their signature service, the 30-minute Essential Blu facial, which uses Blu Water skin care serums to lavish faces with a double cleanse, exfoliation, and a hot-towel wrap. Alongside pampering nail services, Blu Water also rejuvenates the body’s inner mechanics with the skills of six massage therapists, a reiki master, and an onsite chiropractor.
Renew Skin Therapy owner Robin Lemon wants to squeeze her carbon footprint into a toddler's size 2. That's why her face and body treatments use eco-friendly products, such as a hand cream that's similar to paraffin but without the petroleum. Often these products have a natural basis; the exfoliating body treatment blends sweet almond oil with organic sugar and shea butter, and the natural enzyme peel's solutions are derived from pomegranates, hibiscus flowers, and venus flytraps that were sentenced to destruction when they failed the audition for Little Shop of Horrors.
James Hubbard isn't the only person who had to field career suggestions from his elders when he was a teenager. But what sets his story apart is that he listened, and he unexpectedly found his true passion. Young James sat in a barbershop, chatting with his barber about deer hunting. Next to him, a local landscaper who was also getting a haircut began to chime in until the conversation eventually shifted to the two older gentlemen grumbling about their aching backs. The pair casually suggested that James pursue a career as a chiropractor so that he could offer them some relief. Taking the suggestion to heart, James scheduled a time to chat with his friend's dad—a chiropractor—about how to get into the industry. Armed with the doctor's words of wisdom, James continued on his educational path and eventually opened Hubbard Chiropractic Clinic in October 1972.Since the clinic's inception, Hubbard has offered custom treatment to countless patients, from senior citizens to a child with chronic back pain who would instantly fall asleep on the treatment table. The current facility is rich with history—it was originally built as a residential home, was used as a drive-thru hotdog stand, and is now a full-service chiropractic clinic with separate treatment and massage rooms. Patients may stop by for treatment or to talk about deer hunting on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Beauty Bar serves up a complete menu of refreshing services for the entire body, and the Love and Good Fortune spa package lets clients taste test an assortment. The blissful beauty bundle features four eastern-inspired treatments, concluding with hot tea and a light lunch. To commence your fret-free escape, a master mollycoddler will show you to your own cozy, quiet nook where high-tech air filters turn air-born tension into completely safe giggle gas. During your 45-minute Shirodhara treatment, a special blend of therapeutic liquids will be poured over your forehead, promoting deep relaxation. This holistic healing practice was originally developed in India and is used to treat a variety of conditions, including sinusitis, allergies, neurological disorders, memory loss, insomnia, hearing impairment, and more. Once the interior of your noggin is nice and noodly, your exterior noggin noodles will be shampooed and blow-dried. Next, sit back while your toes soak in a warm limoncello milk bath during a 60-minute Steamin' Stones pedicure, followed by a thorough scrubbing and warm-stone foot and leg massage. An additional 15 minutes in the massage chair will lift any leftover worries and Thetans from your shoulders.