Zebra-print chairs and large glass room dividers add a modern touch to Le Beaute Salon and Spa's spacious spa location, where clients rest in pedicure thrones or gaze into mirrors as stylists transform their hair. Special scents and relaxing enhancements boost the salon-and-spa services, with melted paraffin further hydrating skin during manicures and hot stones offering massage recipients the extra companionship of affectionate pet rocks. Aestheticians and therapists create an all-purpose stop where guests enjoying an hour of Swedish massage also feel welcome to stick around for a quick waxing session. Facials include European techniques and aromatherapy as well as more intensive treatments such as microdermabrasion and peels.
At Olympico Chiropractic, Doctor of Chiropractic Thomas George draws on his degree from the National University of Health Sciences to help relieve his patients’ pain. Beyond spinal adjustments, he also specializes in a variety of services such as cold laser therapy, therapeutic exercise, electrical muscle stimulation, and weight-loss therapy. By exercising the power of these treatments and using them in combination with each other, Dr. George can help alleviate afflictions that range from neck pain and back pain to fibromyalgia, carpal tunnel syndrome, and headaches.
Pink Nails Spa features beauty professionals who provide an array of services with a focus on organic ingredients including citrus-infused oils and healing antioxidants for fingers and toes. The Creative Spa manicure uses citric acid to exfoliate hands and diminish signs of aging. Other pedicures come infused with honey or chocolate to soothe weary feet and boost the mood of depressed noses. While nails get a lot of attention at the spa, clients can also opt for massage services and waxing.
Unlike many others in her field, Doctor of Chiropractic Irene Wallace believes that spinal adjustments and mainstream medicine can work together. At Comprehensive Chiropractic she draws from her 14 years of experience to relieve her patients' pain. However, though her own noninvasive treatments require no medication, she refers patients to medical doctors when she feels they can benefit from them.
Jennifer Niesel talks about massage with the kind of reverence others might reserve for a priceless work of art. From the first stroke of any of her custom massages, it’s clear that practices what she preaches. Her artistry extends to specialty modalities such as her hot-stone massage, during which warm stones become extensions of her hands as they render muscles more malleable than a bar of gold Play-Doh.
Jennifer counts Swedish, prenatal, deep-tissue, and trigger-point massage among her other talents. She prides herself in her ability to educate and provide tools to clients to ensure that their muscles stay limber between visits to her studio.
The aestheticians of Chateau Day Spa Studio believe that everyone deserves to feel good in their skin. To help put that belief into action, they offer treatments such as facials for women, men, and teens. They make use of Dermalogica products and offer spa days for brides.