Oxygen doesn't just grow on trees. It has to be cultivated by skilled farmers like those at Solase, who have harnessed its restorative properties to pair them with a dynamic array of therapeutic massage techniques. After muscles melt under shiatsu strokes or deep-tissue pressure, clients can enjoy a sturdy jolt of 40% O2 at the oxygen bar, available in such tantalizing scents as mango, pumpkin, watermelon, and new-yacht smell. Solase also offers an array of beautifying treatments, ranging from brow waxing and eyelash tinting to chemical peels and indulgent facials.
Doctor of Chiropractic Joe Kepo'o, a certified Advanced 2 NAET practitioner, teams up with Dr. Daniel Luster to detect irritants through allergen testing and realign spines in chiropractic adjustments. The doctors consult with first-time visitors, discussing health problems and debating which species of dinosaur would have tasted the best.
Aesthetic Image keeps skin smooth and strand free from tip to tail with waxing services suited to every inch of the bristle-covered body. Follicle-burdened females can entrust their most sensitive areas to the skilled, hairless hands of a licensed aesthetician, who can administer the Brazilian wax in only 15–20 minutes. Unlike other cold-hearted salons that rely on duct tape and insults to get hair to vacate the premises, Aesthetic Image’s stubble slayers take time to ensure comfort and minimize follicle flare-ups during the wax, concluding with a designer postwaxing lotion that gently shushes skin back to deep, sleek, sleep (a pretreatment numbing lotion is available for $10).
Helmed by board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Kimball M. Crofts, Aesthetica Medical Spa provides advanced medical skincare and clinical services in a warm, upscale spa facility. Armed with lasers, cosmetic injectables, and other of-the-moment technologies, Dr. Crofts' skilled staff helps patrons to banish unwanted tattoos, ease the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and rid the skin of unwanted fuzz. Latisse treatments bolster lashes to fullness, drama. In the center's plastic surgery division, Dr. Crofts is joined by Michael D. Marion, M.D, and the pair work to help clients overcome the distractions that dissatisfaction with one's appearance can present.
Sailors contemplate many things when crossing the Atlantic—the constellations in the sky, the capricious nature of the winds, and how to build one of the most dynamic family-fun centers in Utah. An unlikely beginning, but that's how things started for Provo Beach, as one of its founders envisioned the more than 50,000-square-foot indoor recreation center on a transatlantic sail.
Today, guests of all ages enjoy 12 activities, from a ropes course suspended 32 feet above the ground to a bowling alley sporting gleaming lanes and four large flat-screen TVs. The indoor Flowrider gives guests a taste of surfing or boogie boarding, propelling a continual flow of water up a wave-shaped bank. In addition to these attractions, the resort hosts special events such as Tuesday-night karaoke and the Wild Wonders Animal Show, which regales guests with creatures from tortoises to hedgehogs who also sing karaoke. Between activities, guests can refuel at the café and ice-cream shop.
Despite being named Best Chiropractor in 2013 by readers of the Daily Herald, Doctor of Chiropractic Steve Baker and his staff at Baker Chiropractic and Accident Rehabilitation haven't let the praise go to their heads. Instead, they've kept their noses to the grindstone, scheduling everything from adjustments and physical-therapy sessions to massages and acupuncture treatments. The range of services can help alleviate an array of injuries, including dislodged discs from slouching in one's desk and whiplash from slouching in one's demolition-derby car.
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