Board-certified chiropractor Dr. Jason Hurley helms Motion Council, where he and his team work to alleviate pains and issues through motion and physicality treatments. They offer services such as chiropractic care, massage therapy, acupuncture, and nutritional counseling.
At Care Massage, a team of licensed massage therapists and aestheticians specialize in therapeutic and medical massages, and administer a full menu of Swedish, hot stone, and lymph drainage therapies—but there's more to the business than that. On-staff technicians also address beauty concerns using cutting-edge technology. Cold laser equipment, for example, drains fat cells at targeted locations, resulting in slimmer waistlines, svelter limbs, and tinier earlobes. Each treatment is augmented with thoughtful touches such as hot towels and aromatherapy.
Heather's Day Spa's owner and licensed aesthetician Heather Ann Sakelariou has been committed to the beauty of the Tampa area for more than 20 years. After graduating from the Elite Skin Academy she armed viewers of WTSP Channel 10 News with beauty tips in her segment Heather Ann's Eye on Your Appearance. In time she deepened her commitment by opening her spa and formulating her own line of beauty products.
When not busy maintaining her cosmetics, she spends her days pampering pelts with various skin services. From facials for men and women to body treatments such as the Hawaiian-salt body-glow scrub, she strives to nourish and heal skin. Heather also uses her knowledge to expand the beauty community, leading makeup lessons that teach women how to amplify their natural features without using a highlighter or attaching brightly colored arrows to their heads.
The aestheticians at Melaiya Skin Care Spa aim to repair skin ailments and restore visages to their original luster. Their signature facial combats all dermal afflictions, such as the mass production of oil to desert-skin, with gentle exfoliations and custom masks. They also treat backs to a facial with steam and extractions, and smooth newly revamped bodies during waxing sessions.
Studies show that your face is the part of your body least likely to wear clothing and most likely to consume Funyons. Reward your face for all of its hard work with today’s Groupon: $30 for an express facial (normally $35) and glycolic peel (normally $45) at Maison Pour La Peau (an $80 total value). Of course you can use your Groupon any time during regular hours, but the efficient nature of the service makes it ideal for a lunch-break tune-up or midday refacing between dirt-bike competitions. The facial lasts 30 minutes and the peel takes much less time, just like watching a quick episode of Sesame Street followed by the Juicy Juice ad.Face The Music (Season 01, Ep. 02): When John Woo High holds a battle of the bands, could it mean Agent Sean Archer’s big break? Not if Castor Troy can use his dad’s credit card to hire professional studio musicians! American Idol’s Adam Lambert guest stars.