After spending years working in law, Amy Hansen decided to trade in her suits for a pair of stylist's scissors to pursue her passion in cosmetology. She studied hard, earned her license, and in 2006 opened a salon named for the goal she strives to achieve—BellaMe, or "beautiful me." Amy calls on her diverse talents to field an array of custom styling requests, which have ranged from conservative trims to the short and spiky Kate Gosselin look. The salon embodies Amy's outdoorsy spirit with wood accents and sprays of fresh sunflowers that prune themselves at the mirror when the staff isn't looking. The salon is composed of two separate sections—a three-chair styling room and a spa room with a flat-screen TV—that fill the air with energetic, groovy music.
Aesthetic Practice; Facial Rejuvenation; non-surgical body contouring; light chemical peels;weight loss;cellulite trreatment;stem cell facial filler for nasolabial folds; lip enhancement; around the eyes; Anti-aging medicine internally to enhance outer beauty of the skin and hair.
Inside a private treatment room, licensed massage therapist Alexandria consults with clients before administering her signature Swedish, deep-tissue, or Hawaiian lomilomi massages. They talk about the clients' specific issues, from chronic pain to tense muscles. Based on that information, Alexandria customizes a massage that integrates elements from any of these modalities—even specialized techniques, such as craniosacral balancing and prenatal massage.
The licensed massage therapists at Intuitive Touch understand that no two bodies are exactly the same. That's why they start appointments with a conversation, discussing where the client is most sore and whether they have sensitive skin. They then tailor their strokes around problem areas and apply organic lotions and oils to sensitive skin. As a convenience, the therapists also travel to homes, hospitals, and hotels to perform their relaxing, therapeutic rub-downs.
Chelsea Satre is passionate about healing others through a range of massage modalities. Her specialty, the Swedish massage, is focused on relaxation and allows Chelsea to target areas of stress or discomfort through light- to medium-pressure kneading, gliding, and piano-key sliding. Drawing from her experience with yoga, Chelsea's emphasizes the importance of deep breathing and proper body alignment to bring a sense of calmness and balance to each of her treatments at Massage Therapy Health and Strength. Through her work at the Cancer Wellness House, Chelsea has witnessed her share of pain and suffering. Her training in oncology massage has allowed her to give cancer patients a brief reprieve from their discomfort, and she maintains deep sensitivity to the effects of pain throughout all of her work.
According to licensed massage therapist Kara Nalder, healing isn’t just about pain relief: it’s about learning to carry life’s burdens in a healthy, manageable way. As a structural-integration specialist, she realigns bodies to help them move more efficiently amid the pull of Earth’s gravity and resist the temptation of its pudding-filled oceans. During this type of therapy, she presses deep into the muscle tissue to ease pain, including the chronic aches that stem from fibromyalgia, arthritis, and Parkinson’s disease. She also melts stress with other types of bodywork, including the flowing strokes of Swedish massage and the finger-fueled pressure of shiatsu, and pampers skin through exfoliation treatments that pair sea-salt scrubs with hydrating lotion or almond oil.