Medical director Dr. David Grant hung up his scalpel after nearly 39 years as a plastic surgeon and now devotes his attention to noninvasive techniques of skin conditioning and repair that allow him to take what he feels is a more comprehensive approach to anti-aging. He and his team at Laser Sculpting Center blast away unwanted fat and body hair with an arsenal of lasers and shoo away wrinkles and signs of aging with chemical peels and microdermabrasion. Massages and bodywork techniques leave muscles relaxed and minds destressed, and raindrop therapy soothes the spine with essential oils and heat from hot towels or tiny lightning bolts.
As a licensed radiation therapist, Kathleen Coburn has spent much of her career in clinical positions in the oncology departments of prestigious institutions such as Harvard Medical Center and the University of Chicago. The skills and experience she gleaned from these positions has helped her in her more recent endeavors as a licensed medical aesthetician who helps clients address a wide range of cosmetic concerns.?
Before she begins each treatment, Coburn takes the time to perform a full examination and develop a skincare regimen tailored to each client's individual needs. These regimens use medical-grade products and technologies designed to rejuvenate and revitalize clients. Low-level laser therapy, microcurrent facials, and ultrasound systems can improve the skin's tone and texture, minimizing the appearance of blemishes such as fine lines and wrinkles. Traditional facials and chemical peels accomplish similar goals while restoring the skin's naturally youthful radiance. Coburn even offers therapeutic bodywork, including shiatsu massages and hot-stone applications.
At Serenity Salon and Spa, exceptional service is second only to the services provided. The staff of massage therapists, skincare specialists, and stylists make sure that clients feel as relaxed and welcome during their treatments as they do beautiful when they're over. Fashionable cuts and vibrant colors come by way of hairstylists, who stay abreast of the latest hair trends by attending exhibitions, where they learn how to read celebrities' minds. Wraps and massages pander to the skin and body, and mani-pedis, employed by professional nail technicians, fill out the peripherals of the body and result in groomed and painted extremities.
The massage therapists at Massage For Health and Relaxation have been at it since 1993, giving them ample experience in all kinds of massage modalities. They use the strokes of Swedish massage to relax and soothe, employing the more strenuous ministrations of deep-tissue or sports massage to unknot areas of chronic pain. These therapists can craft a massage using multiple techniques, working to improve range of motion and revive tense muscles so that clients no longer have to sleep on a bed of hot stones.
Love Thyself Day Spa provides ample opportunities to care for one's health with massage services, skin care treatments, colon hydrotherapy and eastern therapies. The spa's owner strives to help others to rejuvenate their minds, bodies, and spirits through holistic care. Today, she guides her staff members as they administer treatments in one of six private rooms that offer a peaceful cloud-like environment enhanced by Far East decor and actual clouds that managed to skulk into the spa.
The massage therapists at Shiatsu Pro have a combined 30 years of clinical experience?and have equally pursued their united mission of restoring balance in the body, mind, and soul through the healing power of Shiatsu / Massage Therapy. All of Shiatsu Pro's certified shiatsu and massage therapists deftly execute the finger-pressure-reliant style of shiatsu, a Japanese riff on the ancient Chinese healing art of acupuncture that aims to rebalance bodily energies. They also specialize in massage therapy and help clients to boost holistic wellness with each session, with benefits including increased range of motion and sharpened mental clarity. The massage therapists help clients with work or Powerball-related stress alongside those with sports injuries, orthopedic syndromes, and chronic pain.