Inside of A Touch of Inspiration Wellness, Inc, licensed therapists use imported products and diverse massage skills to placate the weary cries of both body and mind. Sports, trigger-point, and Swedish massages all eradicate muscle tension and soreness with targeted strokes. Similarly, body wraps coat surfaces in rich, aromatic oils designed to clear away toxins and transport the mind to a deserted beach populated by butterflies and infinity popsicles. Exclusively for established clients and spa parties, the staff also offers mobile massage sessions complete with soothing water fountains and scented candles for an authentic spa-like experience.
Massage World Spa is dedicated to providing spa services that care for the body and calm the mind. Rejuvenate a disheveled dermis with the 60-minute deluxe facial, which includes a complete skin analysis, an exfoliation treatment, extractions, a pore-cleansing mask and moisturizer, and a soothing shoulder and neck massage. Customers without faces can opt to experience one of three massages—the hot-stone treatment, which eases tension with cold or heated river stones thoroughly slathered with oil; the deep-tissue massage, which frees lower-level muscles and tissues with stress-releasing squeezes; or the Swedish massage, a classic procedure that uses five trademark stroke styles and a smidgen of snow from the Secret Alps. Round out your facial or massage with a 15-minute session in the spa's six-person Jacuzzi tub.
In Studio 14—one of Paradise’s many spaces occupied by an extensive roster of beauty-industry specialists—Tiffany Lifton tends to hair with a bountiful repertoire of salon services. As guests soak up the island-inspired decor and works from local artist Talin Johnson, Tiffany smoothes their locks with keratin treatments, reshapes their ’dos with precision cuts, and rejuvenates looks with hair-coloring services. Once they feel properly beautified, clients can re-energize at Paradise's café. There, organic coffee or lemonade pairs with culinary treats made by the café’s executive chef. Along with its daytime skin, body, and wellness services, Paradise Salon, Spa, & Cafe often hosts evening entertainment, including occasional karaoke nights.
Active Health and Fitness' five locations swarm with chiropractors, massage therapists, acupuncturists, and aesthetic specialists as they keep human chassis shiny and new with custom treatments. Weight-loss programs guide patients through the journey of pinching inches, and hair-removal therapy evicts unwanted strands after technicians have lengthy discussions with each follicle about the importance of being reliable contributors to society. Physicians stand by to supervise treatments such as the weight-loss program and noninvasive medical procedures.
At Chase Evans Salon and Spa, the team of stylists and aestheticians is under no illusions about what it takes to create an excellent client experience. “Constant commitment,” the owner insists, is what drives each staff member to go above and beyond the call, from the way they listen to clients during complimentary consultations, to the ceremonial backflip with which they conclude each successful blowout. In between, hair stylists––each boasting more than 20 years of experience––craft custom cuts and colors with European products, helping heads adopt a look as vibrant as the chandeliers that flank the front of the salon.
Removed from the bustle of the salon, aestheticians conduct their tranquil services inside a soundproofed treatment room. Massage therapist Milena Barbic—who’s been with the salon since its opening—eases muscle tension with traditional and hot-stone modalities as quiet music calms clients and gently sings stress to sleep.
Blue Zone Massage Center's professional therapists assuage deep aches and chronic tension during soul- and sinew-soothing massage services. During the 60-minute custom-fit massage, expert muscle mollifiers customize tactics of gliding strokes and robust kneads to each client’s individual desires and corporeal cues. Therapists train their healing hands on sore legs for an intense one-hour kneading and oscillate between light, medium, and deep pressure, or attempt to rid necks and backs of deep-set pain pockets developed from giving piggyback rides to the Statue of Liberty. Customers can sink into the lobby’s plush couches and earthy tones before surrendering meddlesome tendons in private treatment rooms illumined by flickering candles and vibrant orange walls.