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True Colors Salon's owner recently remodeled the place, adding modern texture and color to all the furnishings. Stylists perform much the same service upon peoples' hair, creating new looks for their clients. Meanwhile, therapists sooth muscular tension with massages, and technicians shape nails and paint them with unique nail art. Chazidie Lane adds even more variety to the services with her specialized skin treatments that restore moisture to winter-weather- or sun-damaged skin. She combines her facials with hair removal, shaping eyebrows or removing lip fuzz with the aid of hot wax.

12016 E Sprague Ave
Spokane Valley,
WA
US

Signature Service: Hair, skin care and massage therapy

Brands Used: Dermalogica skin care, Bracado, AG and Paul Mitchell

Reservations/Appointments: Required

Staff Size: 2?10 people

Parking: Parking lot

Handicap Accessible: No

Good for Kids: Yes

Q&A with Jennifer Yarnell, Massage Practitioner

What's the biggest mistake you see clients make when they style their hair at home?

Not using the right products for their hair type. Heat and style protection is one of the keys to beautiful, healthy hair.

For many people, a trip to the salon is a way to enjoy some "me time." What supplemental courtesies do you offer to make guests feel relaxed?

A quiet, friendly, and relaxing environment. We also offer a variety of complimentary non-alcoholic refreshments while our guests enjoy their stay.

What other services do you offer besides haircuts?

Color services, updos for that special event or nights on the town, perms, relaxers, waxing, skin care and massage therapy.

Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?

We also offer spa parties for groups of up to five.

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11804 E Sprague Ave
Spokane Valley,
WA
US

Doctor of Chiropractic Craig Anglesey's family-minded clinic welcomes patients of all ages. Since graduating from Parker College of Chiropractic and interning at Dallas VA Medical Center, Dr. Anglesey has developed specialties in treating pediatric and geriatric conditions, as well as sports injuries. Appropriately then, he renders a wide range of services such as spinal adjustment and Graston treatments. To address other aspects of health, he and his staff also stage physical-therapy sessions, perform massage therapy, and hold nutrition-counseling sit-downs to warn against the dangers of eating a piñata whole.

500 S Pines Rd
Spokane Valley,
WA
US

Before he founded Lone Wolf Therapies, massage therapist Kevin Lunsford served as a hospital corpsman in the Navy. From there, he went on to perform EMT work in the Navy Reserve, as well as spend a 20-year stint as a ski patroller with the National Ski Patrol. His desire to help others not yet sated, Kevin attended Apollo College to receive his massage license, all the while plugging a hole in a local dam with his index finger. Today, he plies traditional massage techniques to alleviate stress and aches and practices the holistic art of Bowen therapy at Lone Wolf Therapies, where he performs relaxing deep-tissue, Swedish, and hot-stone massage sessions.

11017 E Sprague Ave.
Spokane Valley,
WA
US

Licensed and certified massage practitioner Jacquie Cass understands that sometimes it takes a little more than her hands to work out the kinks of an achy body. During her cold-stone-therapy massages, she uses chilled stones plucked out of Bizarro World volcanoes to help remedy the pain of sports injuries, swelling, inflammation, and sinus problems. She also promotes relaxation in clients through their noses with more than 70 therapeutic-grade blends of fragrant essential oils, which she uses alongside Swedish strokes for complete tranquility. Vitality Massage Therapy’s menu of modalities also proves that Jacquie can ease aches the old-fashioned way, performing Swedish, deep-tissue, and myofascial-release massage techniques to target each client’s specific sore spots.

321 W HASTINGS RD
SPOKANE,
WA
US

Signature Service: Massage therapy

Established: 2012

Reservations/Appointments: Required

Staff Size: 1 person

Parking: Parking lot

Pro Tip: It is helpful to have a goal for each massage session.

Q&A with Melissa Ward, Licensed Massage Practitioner

Sometimes the little things make all the difference. Do you bake any supplementary services into your main services?

I offer a customized massage depending on the needs of each client during each session.

What is the best reaction you?ve ever gotten from a client?

I was just recently told by a new client that I do good work.

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Spokane,
WA
US