Tahni Hanson became a certified massage therapist to improve clients' health through the release of stress and tension. Her therapeutic massage techniques help boost circulation, relieve pain from migraines and arthritis, and improve range of motion so clients can finally massage their own backs.
Within the vintage-bent confines of Breton Salon, friendly and accommodating staff members have but one simple goal: to pamper clients from head to toe. Even basic mani-pedi services include spa enhancements, including salt scrubs, hot-towel treatments, soaks with callous removal, paraffin dips, and massages for all 20 digits and the playdough that attaches them to the body.
Fusion Studios is aptly named. After all, it's not often that you can get a tattoo, a spray tan, a haircut, and a workout in an MMA cage without ever leaving the same building. Fusion Studios hosts a diverse roster of staffers who offer all of those services and still more: nails, makeup, personal training, and boot-camp, self-defense, Zumba, and hula classes.
Clients’ fingernails double as tiny canvases for the nail technicians to flex their creative talents at Allure Salon. They can paint almost anything, including snowmen, mustaches, tiny footballs, and the first 30 digits of pi. The rest of the salon’s staff focuses on haircuts, facials, and ear piercings.
A certified massage therapist, Jamie Faria performs multiple modalities and services designed to heal and detox the body. Jamie’s relaxation massages soothe muscles, while athletic and deep-tissue massages can more easily target specific issues and improve the body’s future performance, be it in playing football or running from a ref who claims massage tables don’t belong on a football field. Alternatively, she also offers spray-tanning services as well as detox body wraps and ear-candling sessions, which use aromatic lavender candles.