The hair, the face, and the body: the team at Bardot Salon & Spa has the entirety of clients covered when it comes to making them feel beautiful and relaxed. They skillfully assess current hair and skin conditions before rejuvenating appearances with haircuts, color treatments, blowouts, facials, spray tans, and manicures. But it's not enough for them to lean on their skill and experience—they also sling high-quality professional products by Wella, OPI, and MensDept. to amp up services.
The trained and attentive staff at Glow Wellness Spa rejuvenates visitors six days a week. Backed by an arsenal of services, they zero in on needs from head to toe, including 10 different types of massages and hair treatments for both women and men. For shared refreshment and camaraderie amongst friends, the spa opens its doors for birthdays, bachelorette parties, and other special events, and its couples massage allows sweethearts to relax together even when their fingers are stuck in the same Chinese finger trap. The spacious, laid-back nature of the spa complements the pleasant effects of its services, especially in the Zen Relaxation Room and three private massage rooms.
Nicole Groditski is a licensed massage therapist, but she does more than deploy massage strokes that soothe muscles temporarily. Instead, she creates programs for her clients so that she can treat their chronic aches and pains. She makes sure to use the proper massage style to suit each client's needs; her arsenal includes deep-tissue, Swedish, prenatal, and sports massage, as well as zen Thai massage, during which she moves her clients into yoga-like positions to increase their range of motion.
The bodywork experts at Family Massage Therapeutic knead muscles from head to toe, using an array of techniques and modalities. Their classic Swedish massages promote overall relaxation, whereas deep-tissue massages take aim at areas of chronic pain. Sports massages help athletes recover from injuries and prenatal massages ease the aches associated with bending over to pick babies from the baby garden.
Lorna Baxter is passionate about beauty and skincare and she has the certifications to prove it. A licensed aesthetician for over 15 years, she completed her skincare training at Florida College of Natural Health, but Lorna didn't stop there. She then went on to earn licenses as a massage therapist, cosmetologist, nail technician, and makeup artist, and she completed over 100 hours of study in traditional and advanced Thai medicine. She pulls from her impressive repertoire during traditional pampering treatments such as massages and eyebrow shaping, but she specializes skin treatments that target aging, hyperpigmentation, and acne scarring.
Dan and Linda Rowlands of the Center For Optimal Health prove the power of natural healing every day. Instead of medication or other Western treatments, they opt for acupuncture, reiki, massage, aromatherapy, and other drug-free techniques to manage stress and pain. Brainwave Optimization, for example, enlists nothing more than relaxation and self-regulation to fight anxiety, addiction, and other issues.