Salon Mikimoto's Nova-certified owner, Abby Yuen, helms a team of beautifiers versed in hair, makeup, skincare, and cosmetic services and therapists who deliver care packages of stress reduction via Swedish massage. Each stylist draws on at least 10 years of tress-trimming experience to perform standard mane makeovers, color treatments, and keratin straightening procedures using products such as Goldwell and Moroccanoil. Clients can gussy up phalanges or reward dexterous robots with mani-pedis and paraffin hand treatments, or submit facial canvases for skin artistry, including airbrush- and bridal-makeup applications, microdermabrasion treatments, and facials. For stare-worthy peepers, a certified NovaLash eyelash extensionist outfits lids with curvaceous lash sets. A complimentary valet service keeps restless vehicles from sneaking off to the nearby Carmine's Gourmet Market with the neighbor's scooter.
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Dr. Bill Rice has been performing acupuncture and chiropractic treatments, along with nutritional and lifestyle counseling since 1977. Along with the trained staff at Gardens Wellness Center, he flushes toxins from clients’ figures using a wide array of holistic healing techniques as well as contemporary treatments. Amid bamboo accents, the studio's health professionals administer treatments ranging from acupuncture, colon hydrotherapy, and massage therapy to herbal medicine and hypnotherapy. Clients relax atop heated tables in private treatment rooms adorned with lush paintings of bright flora, plants, and doodles of weeping stick figures drawn by U.N. dignitaries.
Eden St. Julien has applied her seasoned massage skills within the spas of lavish five-star resorts. She's also worked in the medical field treating injured muscles with therapeutic bodywork under the instruction of esteemed physicians. Once she honed a fine touch for both pampering and clinical care, St. Julien propped open her table and opened Mist of Eden, where her divergent experiences intersect with massages that cater to both the physical and spiritual form. As a skincare specialist, St. Julien is also flaunts a slate of facials, which blend customized masks with Dermalogica products to retire blemishes and diminish signs of aging, such as wrinkles or the autographs of famous dinosaurs.
It generally takes about six laser treatments to completely banish unwelcome hair, which is why you are conveniently able to combine two Groupons for a total of six sessions on one area. Those who don't want to go completely body bald but just want to thin out and lighten up a particularly hairy situation can simply get fewer sessions than the magic six. Upon your first visit, a clinic director will help set up your individualized treatment regimen to establish the frequency and number of visits necessary to achieve desired results. Use this initial consultation to ask pertinent questions or to swap apple-streusel recipes with your lasersmith.
The Good Life Center was a collective dream that came together in December of 2009. We are made up of 7 alternative healthcare practitioners each with our own specialty. We offer chiropractic, accupuncture, massage, life coaching, and pilates. Experience the difference, your body will thank you.
Doctor of chiropractic James Whitney can treat aliments ranging from plantar fasciitis to headaches at Natural Pain Relief Center. A graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic, he draws on his education and experience to devise a full-body approach to instill better health in his clients. The strategy can include any number of treatments, such as myofascial release, physiotherapy, nutritional counseling, and impulse-assisted adjustments. His team of massage therapists lends a hand as well, doling out restorative, relaxing kneads.