Backed by the sound of soft music and the smell of aromatherapy at work, ClipZone's stylists and aestheticians harness the pampering powers of beauty products to soothe strained muscles, exfoliate skins, and domesticate tresses. In the salon, harried heads can acquire depth and definition with a dimensional color ($54–$74), lowlights ($44), or partial highlights ($44). Or, buy two Groupons to get scalp noodles straightened one day ($52) and permanently waved the next ($48) to keep friends in an optimal state of confusion.
Bedecked with a beautifying arsenal of Aveda potions, tinctures, and serums, the pampering professionals at Pure Salon and Spa work their stylish sorcery with a panoply of spruce-up services. Give harried hair a comprehensive diagnostic during a 15-minute complimentary consultation, in which a stylist can help identify damaged spots, frayed ends, and cryptic scalp crop circles. Pure's scissor twirlers twist through expert cuts (starting at $27 for women, $18 for men) and color placements (starting at $75) using Aveda plant- and mineral-packed treatments. Aesthetes seeking skin salvation can unfurl new face flags with a 60-minute Elemental Nature facial ($60) or melt beneath trained tendon thumps during a 60-minute Elemental Nature massage ($60), which is customized to each client’s kneading needs. One-hour massages can also undergo an Eastern upgrade with the chakra-balance add-on ($20), which realigns energies and lumbar shock absorbers with Indian aromas and deep-tissue tenderizing.
Professional stylist and color expert Christine knows that hairstyles have to happen every day, not just at the salon. She finds it unfortunate that many stylists whip up hair into chic, fashionable looks only to leave clients befuddled the next morning when they try to replicate them. That’s why Christine administers fashion, bridal, and stylized cuts that clients can wear every day. To keep newly acquired styles looking shipshape for as long as possible, she treats hair with deep conditioner to strengthen and fortify locks against the elements and colors hair using products without damaging ammonia ingredients.
The Gonstead concept of chiropractic is based on a simple, clear idea: like any structure, the body has a foundation. The Gonstead method, an advanced technique practiced at Grant Family Chiropractic, directly addresses the body's foundation—the pelvic girdle. Balance in this region leads to stability and balance in the spine, which leads to being able to stand, walk, and topple someone over in order to take over their hopscotch game. Using this method, along with other techniques and treatments, Doctor of Chiropractic Pamela Grant helps to move her clients toward better health. She works alongside licensed massage therapist Adam Johnson, who also aims to provide relief for beleaguered bodies through various massage techniques.
Unlike conventional medicine, which focuses on attempting to treat disease once it occurs, McCarley Chiropractic: A Creating Wellness Center emphasizes improving your health in an effort to reduce the risk of pain and illness in the first place. Most people would rather be healthy and avoid illness, if they could.
Constantly walking on our feet and passing out on our faces leaves both the southern and northern poles of the body so chagrined, they insist our poor hands type furious letters to puppet governments. That's why the licensed and experienced caregivers at Sura Spa deliver rejuvenating treatments fresh from the spa oven. Begin your path to a more refreshed you with a hydrafacial express, which exfoliates and shuns sun-bruised skin, extracts blackheads and whiteheads, and smoothes your complexion to reduce the visibility of acne and surface scars.