Salon by the Sea is only a short wig fling from the Atlantic, and it shows in the warm, inviting ambiance. Natural light pours in through large front windows onto the beach-safari decor. Guests are pampered by experienced stylists, who modernize looks with flattering layers, highlights, keratin treatments, and make-up applications.
Kelly Lamicella has spent the past two decades in the salon industry, cultivating a loyal client base and assembling a team of experienced stylists and spa experts. While primping coiffures, her team uses products such as Redken and Keratin Complex to tint and smooth tendrils. Kelly's nail techs slather talons with CND Shellac polish, and her aestheticians use GloMinerals and Glow Skin Care products to cleanse, embellish, and tag epidermises before releasing them back into the wild. The symphony of rejuvenation culminates with a crescendo of massage played by therapists familiar with Swedish, deep-tissue, and hot-stone techniques.
The ocean and massage are two of the most comforting things in the world, but combining them has proven difficult. Massage tables don't float, and it's incredibly difficult to slacken shoulders while riding a jet ski. Beach Massage has found a formula of success by offering therapeutic bodywork a hot-stone's toss from the Jersey Shore. Clients can solicit licensed therapist Terri Wall, and her team to ease chronic tension with light flowing stokes or more moderate deep-tissue pressure. Custom reflexology treatments are also available.
Massage Club of Wall⎯which landed the 2009 Asbury Park Press Reader’s Choice Award for best massage in Monmouth County⎯fills its calming, private rooms with therapists well versed in the art of massage therapy. They dispense therapeutic, deep-tissue, sports, prenatal, hot-stone, and relaxation massages to help alleviate everything from muscle spasms to overworked wings.
New Health Centers consists of more than 300 health-care practitioners across the country, each working to alleviate corporeal discomfort with natural techniques. Doctors work in conjunction with experienced practitioners to soothe aches, pains, and lawn-gnome infestations.