For licensed massage therapist Carol Greene, there's always more to learn. After receiving her degree in massage therapy, Carol completed an extra course, and her continuing education shows a dedication to her work and her patients. It results in ultrarelaxing, customized bodywork sessions for her clients; she finds alleviating their chronic pain and sweeping clients away from their stressors rewarding. That's why, no matter the modality, Carol immerses her massage recipients in soothing music and fully customized kneads, just like a child humming a lullaby while molding something from Play-Doh.
Therapeutic ingredients from the natural world are the key to treatments at Lotus Massage and Skin Care. Aestheticians work out physical and emotional tension by massaging aromatherapeutic oils into the skin, and they cocoon bodies in warm mud infused with crushed rose petals. Shankara facials and waxing sessions keep skin looking smooth and youthful.
The vision of Rejuvenation Massage starts with a simple desire to provide therapeutic massage and bodywork services to clients in a safe, encouraging, and supportive atmosphere where their well being will be gently taken care of with compassion and respect.
Ania Hair Studio & Spa's stylists fear no wave, corkscrew, or kink that comes their way. With their certification from Ouidad, a line of curl-centric products, and their trademarked curly-hair salon techniques, the only curl they don't tackle professionally comes with a roast-beef sandwich at Arby's. Their team is comprised of stylists of every skill level, from beginner to master artist, but they all work closely with their clients to find the cut or color that suits them best. In the spa department, aestheticians pamper skin with facials and waxing services, as well as eyelash extensions and mani-pedis. Massage therapists, alternatively, soothe muscles with various bodywork modalities, reiki, and herbal steam. The studio itself features a modern, urban aesthetic, with a corrugated-metal ceiling hovering over painted exposed vents and track lighting. Yet wood accents, granite floor tiles, winsome yellow orb lighting, and a smattering of plants lend the space an eclectic, decorative vibe. You'll also discover wicker chairs padded with brown leather cushions—even individual items cull their aesthetic influences from disparate yet complementary sources, like a basketball arena outfitted with a slip 'n' slide for players to cool off after each dunk.
After Karen Stuto graduated from the Center for Natural Wellness and Massage Therapy, she founded Massage and Bodywork Artists—a moniker chosen to reflect meticulous care and a sense of craftsmanship. In addition to targeting shoulder and neck pain caused by poor posture, stress, and injury with deep-tissue techniques, she doubles down on the pampering during four-hands massage. To address each client’s unique pain points, she blends Swedish and acupressure techniques with meridian work and stretches. Though her passion for massage therapy runs deep, she appreciates the old adage “laughter is the best medicine,” which is why she always stores her laughter in mason jars for future use.
Stephanie Cavoli welcomes visitors to the tranquil confines of Sanctuary Massage. There, the therapist performs a host of restorative and preventative therapies. The Sanctuary also specializes in head, hand, and foot massages, all of which can use herbal oils hand-made by the massage therapist.