At Table for One, owner and licensed aesthetician Wendy Rodriguez eschews standardizing her services and instead tailors every treatment to each client. During a massage, for example, her approach may range from relaxing the entire body to focusing on a particularly tight area that's impeding a guest's well-being. This fluidity of approach also characterizes her facials. She further personalizes all of services with add-ons, such as reflexology and aromatherapy in scents extracted from natural elements, such as honey. Within Headturner's Salon, Wendy maintains a relaxing studio anchored by a massage table draped in plush blankets.
The Spa’s decor evokes the French countryside, surrounding a savvy staff as they assist patrons in reaching personal cosmetic goals. In private treatment rooms throughout the 4,000-square-foot sanctuary, music rolls from speakers, calming guests and scaring away feral jazz quartets with the sounds of full symphonies. Patrons revel in stress-banishing massage therapies, see fuzzy patches evicted with laser hair-removal treatments, or undergo nourishing facial treatments at the hands of the aestheticians.
Hands glide along backs, cascading over sore muscles. Circulation picks up, flushing out toxins and improving flexibility. Also known as Swedish massage, Soleus Spa's relaxation massage simultaneously calms the body and encourages it to heal itself. The spa's seasoned therapists perform services like this in one of four private therapy rooms, each of which is beautifully decorated and completely free of distractions, harsh light, and cuckoo clocks. In addition to relaxing treatments, the staff specializes in sugar scrubs and face massages.