The licensed massage therapists at Natural Healers Health and Wellness Clinic LLC each have more than 800 hours of experience with more than 10 types of bodywork and massage. In addition to the classics—Swedish, deep tissue, and sports—they perform less common modalities such as geriatric massage, myofascial release, steam therapy, and massages designed to restore range of motion to aging department store mannequins. In-depth client intake forms help each therapist design a fully customized session that targets specific regions of tension or pain, while also allowing clients to pinpoint their preferred level of pressure.
After more than two decades as a family physician, Dr. Carla Phipps pursued training in laser aesthetics, Botox and collagen fillers, liposuction, and fat transfer. With these cosmetic techniques in her toolbelt, she joined forces with aesthetician Brittany Rivera to build a toolbelt factory, and then to found Laser & Cosmetic Center. The med spa's catalog of noninvasive treatments includes injectables, clinical facials, and body contouring.
Within the confines of Bodyworks's soothing, peach-colored walls, certified massage therapist Kristii Adrian and her set of skillful fingers knead away tension and other body-bothering ailments. Kristii's simple Swedish massage reduces stress and increases blood flow throughout the body, stimulating lazy lymphatic systems with long, connective strokes and motivational speeches. Athletes looking to increase their range of motion or magicians looking to prevent painful card-trick injuries can opt for the deep-tissue massage, which soothes specific muscles with targeted, pressured kneads. When in need, Kristii calls upon her secret underground network of massage therapist colleagues to help alleviate the most complicated aches.
The skilled beautysmiths at Sizzors Inc. trim, polish, and pamper bodily exteriors with passion and professionalism. A full menu of hair services transforms head threads with men's cuts ($22), women's cuts ($35+) and children's cuts ($18 for 2 and under, $20 for ages 2-10) to update ‘dos or coordinate the hair flips of the whole family band. Spa services, such as a 60-minute massage ($70) or a salt glow exfoliation ($45), from the healing hands of a skilled technician impart healthy glows and relaxing stupors onto world-weary muscles and skin cells. A soothing hot paraffin treatment ($10) or hot oil manicure ($30) thoroughly primps and polishes each finger-puppet seat, while the salon's bevy of waxing services ($15+) smooths out skinparts to achieve maximum slip-n-slide aerodynamics.