Shorthand for You Only Live Once Get Healthy, YoloGetHealthy is the brainchild of health and juicing aficionados Christina Olmos and Ryan Pearson. Passionate about introducing clients to their all-natural wellness philosophy, their services include mobile massage, nutritional coaching, detoxification programs, and juicing demonstrations.
At Miraculous Massage, a list of massage techniques—from Swedish and therapeutic to reflexology—untie knotted muscles and diminish areas of pain. Refreshed bodies can get faces to match with microdermabrasion treatments and express facials.
Bellarosa Skincare Spa invites clients to relax within a soothing environment. Treatments include European, clarifying, or hydrating facials, microdermabrasion, and back treatments that use hot stones or paraffin. The spa also offers its own line of skincare products, which include paraben-free cleansers, toners, and moisturizers.
Licensed massage therapist Oseya Bourne guides her clients to better health and well-being with an array of therapeutic massage modalities. Among her specialties are Swedish massage, which relaxes the body, and prenatal massage, a treatment designed specially for mothers-to-be. Oseya can enhance any massage with aromatherapy, too, using 100% pure essential oils. She offers four different oils; one of these oils, like the man in the moon’s hairstyle, changes every month.
The technicians at Above and Beyond Us help clients tailor their birthday suits using noninvasive radio frequency and infrared technologies. Fluctuations in weight, the natural aging process, and relentless bullying from gravity can cause skin to lose its elasticity. To counteract these influences, laser technicians and anti-aging specialists recommend radio-frequency treatments, which restore smoothness and bounce to areas that have begun to droop. They also point clients to infrared sauna and vibration-platform sessions that temporarily boost metabolism and lymphatic drainage.
A group of 40 people could form four viable baseball teams or the cast of a Broadway musical, but A Wild Hair's team of 40 aestheticians choose to focus solely on treating hair, nails, and skin. During facials, hair coloring or pedicures, staffers wield high-end products from brands such as Paul Mitchell or Moroccanoil. Treatments also extend to the eyelashes and eyebrows, with eyelash extensions that obviate the need for mascara or plastic eye covers.