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Naturopathic physician Dr. Theresa Ramsey, NMD and the staff at Center for Natural Healing help bolster body and mind with holistic wellness services. For swift wellness boosts, Dr. Ramsey injects three sets of B6 and nontoxic methylcobalamin B12 vitamins—which contain no traces of cyanide unlike other varieties of B12—to help spur energy and metabolism levels. Like mayoral run-off elections, guests may request shots weekly or twice weekly. Alternatively, torsos can stretch out for 60 minutes inside the hyperbaric oxygen chamber's sealed cylindrical tube, which fits one person or three crash-test dummies, and rejuvenates cells with 100% pressurized oxygen. Throughout the soothing session, operators speak into an intercom system to alert guests of instructions, such as performing exaggerated breaths or yawns to help clear ears for the initial pressure. Once the chamber reaches the appropriate pressure level, guests can rest, meditate, or don a headset to listen to the soothing resonance of silent-movie soundtracks.

5410 N Scottsdale Rd
Paradise Valley,
AZ
US

It's nothing new for a spa to claim to be an "oasis," but Revive Spa means it literally. Set in the midst of the Sonoran Desert, the crown jewel of the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort is truly a sight for sore eyes?or sore backs, shoulders, and legs, for that matter.

Water symbolizes restoration, healing, and relaxation, so Revive Spa weaves it throughout its decor. Water flows directly beneath the lobby's skylit rotunda. It forms the centerpiece of the Spa Sanctuary Pool's ring of palm trees and billowing cabanas. It mingles with the fresh desert air in the second story's Zen Loft. Even so, Revive Spa doesn't shy away from incorporating Sonoran influences in its treatments. Flora indigenous to the desert are used to make the deep-cleansing masks for facials and the lotions used during massages are made with ingredients from the spa's own herb garden.

While the award-winning treatments attract visitors from far and wide, fireplaces and private patios in the relaxation rooms make it easy to linger in a zone of almost unmatched serenity. The same can be said of the spa's bistro, which crafts sophisticated dishes using organic ingredients and herbs from the garden.

5350 E Marriott Dr.
Phoenix,
AZ
US

An award-winning Aveda concept salon, 'Ohana Aveda Salon and Spa welcomes guests into a rejuvenating oasis where stylists refresh looks with Aveda’s fragrant, plant-derived products. Each stylist that joins the 'Ohana team undergoes advanced training in the studio’s Pure Protégé program, where salon educators lead them through workshops covering everything from technical cuts and texturizing treatments to product recommendation and four-part vocal harmonies. Once they’ve ascended to the role of mane master, stylists are free to dish out the salon’s signature Aveda services, including cuts enhanced with custom head, neck, and hand treatments and complimentary makeup touchups. The salon also has documented its styling savvy in print, doing hair and makeup for photo shoots in So Scottsdale! magazine.

6870 E 5th Ave
Scottsdale,
AZ
US

Stella Bella owner Kristin Provvidenti has good reason to be sensitive to sensitive skin. The medical makeup artist and permanent cosmetic technician is a survivor of cancer, so when she went about creating her own line of skincare products, it was important to her to use ingredients that would benefit chemotherapy patients in particular, and people with sensitive skin in general. The result is a collection of moisturizers, cleansers, and exfoliants that nourish skin without irritating it.

Since its inception, the Stella Bella line has grown like a rabbit's Christmas-card list. It now comprises tanning formulas, salt scrubs, mineral cosmetics, and even microfiber brushes. Perhaps the key to its success is transparency; one page on the company's website lists and describes all the main ingredients the products use—and the ones they avoid.

9689 North Hayden Road
Scottsdale,
AZ
US

Dr. Wendy A. Weisflog draws from her own athletic experiences to help to heal injured athletes as well as clients who have strained muscles off the field or court. The chiropractic, nutrition, and massage treatments available at Arizona Sports & Rehabilitation Center offer clients relief from everyday tension, work-related injury, and vertebrae caught kissing.

The practice decorates its spacious treatment rooms and waiting area with Asian flourishes such as wood-block artwork and paper-lantern light fixtures.

8114 E Cactus Rd., Suite 220
Scottsdale,
AZ
US

If the massages, aromatherapy, body wraps, and facials don?t relax clients at Scottsdale Spa & Holistic Massage Therapy, maybe the quiet courtyard and serene pond will do the trick. Inside the North Scottsdale location, sage and sweet grass, a fountain, and a meditative Buddha further sooth clients. Frequent visitors can purchase a monthly membership, which provides discounted treatments at each of the spa's three area locations.

7502 E Pinnacle Peak Rd
Scottsdale,
AZ
US