The family-owned Rhanes Spa offers its clients an abundance of holistic facials, massages services, and other aesthetic and relaxation treatments. Its diverse service menu includes traditional spa and salon services, from Swedish and deep-tissue massage to reflexology and tanning, which is useful when your baseball mitt’s been in the garage all winter. It also pairs these classics with inventive offerings such as the Bellanina face-lift massage, an all-natural means of releasing tension in the face to lessen the appearance of fine lines, as well as sugaring—an alternative to waxing—and Alpha heating treatments that help detoxify the body.
Rebecca’s Flowers’ team of blossom artists concocts elaborate and unique bouquets for every occasion and season. A white woven basket houses a winter poinsettia plant, which flaunts eye-grabbing red petals intermingled with green leaves that were hand-photosynthesized by Santa's elves. Alternatively, customers can peruse Rebecca’s boundless selection of plants, balloons, and flowers, including an apple-martini bouquet ($49.99), green carnations and poms flourishing from the bottom of an emerald-hued martini glass. The Heartfelt Celebrations ($49.99) arrangement festoons a square, snowflake-embellished vase with a hodgepodge of fresh-cut flowers, including roses and carnations, and fragrant pieces, such as pinecones and tree-shaped air fresheners.
At Four Paws Spa, groomer Laura hides nothing, preferring to wash, trim, and pamper pups where everyone can see them. She beautifies every canine that walks through the door and ensures all clients leave the business free of excess hair, fleas, and bad attitudes. The spa's services run the gamut and include shedding treatments, nail trimming, anal-gland expression, and fur coloring for all breeds and sizes.
The staff at Asporea seeks to destress guests with a slate of body wraps and customized full-body massages. To unearth stubborn knots, the spa's massage therapists call on a variety of techniques, such as the strokes of effleurage, the percussive techniques of tapotement, and vibration, which relies on shaking sleeping muscles awake so they stop dreaming about human pretzels. Beyond their standard strokes, the professionals can augment massages with tension-melting hot stones and skin-softening paraffin wax.