With programs for children and adults of all ages, Aqua Bella Fitness acts as both a playground and a training center. Its heated indoor pool embodies this versatility by hosting Summer Splash Camp sessions, Red Cross–certified lessons, and water-aerobics classes, which increase resistance on muscles more safely than working out in a quicksand pit. Exercise equipment abounds on the workout floor, where guests can tackle a 30-second circuit or dangle from TRX suspension systems. Though its focus is on promoting healthy lifestyles, the gym also endorses relaxation with day-spa services such as tanning and massage.
The next generation of hairstylists is hard at work inside of Focus Student Salon at Fortis Institute. Beauty-industry veterans lead the cosmetology program, which prepares students to work at professional salons in this and all alternate dimensions. The experts supervise their pupils as they cut, style, and color hair for men and women.
At Ma’ Therapy Massage Spa Clinic, licensed massage therapist Tamala Allen and three other massage therapists unleash their arsenal of massage modalities on tense necks and sore backs. During Hawaiian-style lomi lomi massages, Tamala uses intuition and Sherlock Holmes' magnifiying glass to detect clients' individual stress points, and then customizes her strokes to address those issues. Swedish massages lull muscles into relaxation with gliding strokes and percussive movements, and therapeutic massages target chronic injuries or recurring aches.
Cutting-edge technology marks the treatments at Indulge Skin and Body Care. The staff there uses light therapy to treat photo damage, and they turn to microcurrents and photobiostimulation to tighten the skin. Even the facials are innovative; in a process known as PowerBlending, skin specialists create them by combining ingredients based on the condition of each client's skin and the demands of the fruit bat that has taken the client's face hostage.
While Sun Hut Massage may be new to town, their talented massage therapists are not new to alleviating clients’ achy bodies. The experienced staff kneads away stress and knotted muscles during hot-stone, aromatherapy, and deep-tissue massage sessions. They also specialize in pregnancy massages for expectant mothers or really involved fathers-to-be.
Posh's long list of spa and salon services can buff the body from toenail tips to head hairs. If you have an unwanted color of hair on your head, Posh will dye it ($55). If you have hair where you shouldn't, Posh will wax it ($12–$70). If you have too much hair, Posh can cut it in a way that makes you feel content ($30 and up for women, $25 and up for men). If you don't have enough hair, Posh can give you extensions (price based upon consultation). And if your hair already makes you feel content or is holding you hostage with its razor-sharp tips, Posh will give you a manicure or pedicure to make your fingers and toes content enough to match your highly contented hair ($22–$52 for a hot-stone pedicure with massage). Posh also offers makeovers and facials such as the luxuriant European facial ($80).