Elements Massage fends off unnecessary medical procedures with soothing techniques that trigger the body's natural healing abilities. Clients are paired with therapists who assess their specific aches and health conditions. They then use four levels of pressure and a blend of up to six modalities, such as deep-tissue, Swedish massage, and finger ballet, to create a customized massage. Their soothing kneads combat pain, loosen tight limbs, and disperse oxygen and nutrients throughout the body.
Within the salt caves at Respira Salt Wellness Center are three salt rooms: one for children, and two for adults. In the children’s room, kids up to 10 years old play with toys like they're at a beach made of salt. Parents observe as children take in the salt-infused air, helping mitigate sinus inflammation, congestion, and allergies. In the adult rooms, clients sit back on recliners, listen to music, and relax as a dry mist of rich salt minerals helps clear the airways. In addition to salt therapy sessions, the center also offers other restorative services inside the salt rooms, including Swedish, deep tissue, and Thai massages, reiki treatments, and guided meditation. Their private yoga sessions combine slow stretches and deep breaths with modified poses such as downward-facing sugar cube. Respira Salt Wellness Center also sells Himalayan salt lamps and Dead Sea skin care products.
Plaza Salon & Spa's artistic design team works with clients to discover the eye-catching cuts and color treatments that make manes both look and feel great. In addition to the advanced salon services, the European day spa environment imbues visitors with relaxation, aided by a menu of services that includes facials, nail care, eyelash extensions, spray tans, and massages.
Pumpkin, pomegranate, and peppermint mocha: these aren't the list of flavors at an ice cream parlor, but rather a few of the ingredients found in facials at Carpe Diem Spa. The haven offers indulgence in the form of salon and spa services that incorporate natural ingredients. Antioxidant-rich masks and cleansing fruit extracts can brighten complexions of all types, addressing concerns ranging from signs of aging to semi-permanent milk mustaches, while soothing massages banish stress. The spa's menu of top-to-toe treatments also includes haircuts, chip-resistant gel manicures, and waxing.
The products at The Fountain of Youth Spa are safe enough to eat. Licensed skincare specialist Antonina swathes faces with 100% organic products, which help avoid free radicals and accelerated aging that can result from products that use chemicals. Antonina performs nine varieties of facials, which help to address skin conditions such as aging, redness and sensitivity, and dehydrated skin. The Fountain of Youth Spa also specializes in services such as waxing, body wraps, makeup applications, and massage therapy.
Licensed massage therapist Peter Eichler sharpened his therapeutic touch at the Sedona School of Massage, where he learned to blend deep-tissue techniques with bodywork such as reiki and sound therapy to sideline chronic tension. Peter also specializes in trauma release therapy, bodywork from an emotional perspective, and performs hospice and autism massages to calm the nervous system.