Yolo Medical develops and manufactures noninvasive aesthetic medical equipment for use by certified spas and clinics. The company's namesake Yolo Curve laser combines both visible and infrared laser light to stimulate inch loss, reduce joint pain, and service Troll dolls' belly diamonds. Continuing outside the realm of eyesight, a digital pulse analyzer uses pulse waves to detect early warning signs of cardiovascular disease, and the whole-body-vibration platform stimulates rapid-fire muscle contractions to quickly strengthen bodies. Following the completion of any of Yolo Medical's treatments, its proprietary Yolo Elements supplements work to continue the process of weight loss and detoxification.
At Doc Weight Loss, physicians keep a close eye on diet programs that spring from both natural and clinical medicine and are backed by current studies. The programs are customized for each individual patient, staying in step with their unique needs and goals.
After a thorough exam, dieters launch into low-calorie diets augmented by energy-boosting B12 injections, exercise regimes, and vitamin supplements. Staff members analyze vital signs, body-mass index, and body-fat percentage as pounds melt away, ensuring bodies stay healthy and strong enough to break scales with their wisdom, not their weight.
A lobby decked out with leather chairs, stained wood, tiles, and flowers greets visitors to Massage Bliss & Day Spa, preparing them for a spa visit that melts away the stress and responsibilities of the modern workday. Soft, low lights and gauzy curtains hang over heated massage beds, and two candlelit couples-massage suites surround pairs in a sensual glow during romantic anniversaries or ill-advised first dates. Deep-cleaning facials flush out clogged pores and stimulate blood flow with natural ingredients, such as apple pulp and flaxseed, and aromatic salts and coconut oils soothe digits during spa mani-pedis. The day spa's arsenal of sophisticated technologies beautifies and rejuvenates bodies, with its infrared sauna detoxifying and purifying skin and its TriActive laser smoothing out dimpling and cellulite.
Palm Valley Fish Camp customizes swimmingly savory fare with fresh ingredients and entices eaters with its gorgeous waterfront vistas. Lunchers can activate their appetites with toasted Melba and smoked- fish spread ($5), before lassoing an order of Baja-style fish tacos sauced with tomato salsa fresca ($9). Steamed mussels and garlic-herb broth introduce guests to dinner ($9), which may then progress to helpings of Mayport shrimp and creamy grits ($16) or a roasted fillet of cod, complete with brown butter, garlic, lemon, and parsley-flecked new potatoes ($15). Dessert options include a sweet and salty chocolate torte ($5) and vanilla ice cream topped with the syrupy donations of the self-sacrificing maple ($3).
Well versed in the myriad methods of weight loss and their varying effectiveness on different body types, medical director Dr. Anthony Capasso employs a wide range of regimens and one-off treatments to help his patients achieve their target weight. His supervised diet programs emphasize the principle of low glycemic index to reduce cholesterol, triglycerides, and eye injuries caused by rocketing jean buttons, allowing clients to take matters of slimness into their own hands. For more immediate results, however, Dr. Capasso wields noninvasive Venus Freeze and Zerona technology, which sheds inches from physiques in a matter of weeks and gives patients a head start on weight loss.
Mana Medical Spa's skincare specialists help patients "enhance their Mana," or essence, with wrinkle- and stress-reducing treatments. During facials and peels, aestheticians cloak reposing mugs in a collagen-renewing formula to fade indicators of time, such as fine lines and page-a-day calendars grafted to foreheads. The mentally wound can let loose with the ancient healing modality of massage therapy, which targets and alleviates chronic conditions such as headaches, carpal tunnel, and arthritis.
Picasso Day Spa & Salon takes its name from salon founder David Manaute's favorite artist. In many ways, the stylists channel the painting paragon by treating their clients as though they were canvases, using haircuts, color, waxing, and airbrush tanning to achieve an artistic personal aesthetic. The team makes its process collaborative, though, soliciting input from clients when coming up with a style, unlike Picasso—he pretended not to hear the things his canvases said. Their services take place in a building as equally beautiful as the custom looks they craft for clients. The spa's decor showcases a European atmosphere, and reproductions of Picasso's artwork hang on the walls.