Pam Clay won’t wrap clients in a body-wrap formula she hasn’t already tried on herself. After testing each formula extensively, the founder of Body Wraps By Pam, with its new location in Powell off Sawmill Road, drapes men and women in all-natural wraps designed to temporarily free bodies of toxins, cellulite, and excess inches while infusing the epidermis with deep-reaching moisture. Each wrap’s layers of gel combine vitamins and herbs to soothe skin and grant camouflage for sneaking into tea parties. Pam often uses humor to relax her clients as she seats them in gravity chairs and swaddles them in warm blankets at the start of each treatment. In Pam's new private space, she puts a particular emphasis on creating an environment worthy of her relaxing treatments. Space chairs scoot up next to an electric fireplace, and a mural depicts a beach scene, calming the nerves of anyone who has not just tried to visit a childhood sandcastle.
At Footprints to Wellness, owner Paula Jurko knows that in order to take the right steps toward wellness, one starts with the feet. She helps alleviate pain and symptoms of health concerns by applying pressure to specific points on the feet that correspond to specific organs in the body. She also preforms raindrop therapy, which applies nine essential oils into the spine and feet to help the body align structurally and electrically. Along with raindrop therapy, she preforms Reiki to balance the body and release tension.
After cultivating her holistic training and experience from colleges and private practices in England more than 25 years ago, trained therapist Jayne Bennett made the jump to the States, where she has helped clients with holistic treatments such as reflexology, reiki, and raindrop therapy for more than 13 years. Unlike America or blimps hovering over international waters, England requires therapists to have a background understanding of anatomy and physiology before they can perform reflexology treatments, so Bennett has more knowledge of the human body than many others in her field.
But her expertise isn’t limited to reflexology. She also practices the ancient Japanese art of reiki, which reduces stress with a "laying on of hands" technique, and raindrop therapy, which mimics the gentle drizzle of cloud-dwellers’ tears by dribbling nine oils across the back and feet. Essential oils distilled from leaves, stems, and bark often accompany Bennett’s sessions.
Brizius Massage Therapy is an affordable practice based out of Powell, Ohio off Sawmill Road. My office is located at Harville Chiropractic and I work along side Dr. Mitch Harville. I provide Therapeutic Massage to treat headaches, migraines, stiff neck, lower back pain, shoulder pain, numbness, tingling and much more.
Amid a roomy 7,000-square-foot space, the attentive staff at Beauty Addict Salon & Spa ushers spa-goers to and fro, as they treat them to a range of beautifying services. Whether stepping into the haven solo or as part of a group, clients will receive their technician's full attention during treatments, such as highlights with Balayage hair-coloring techniques, Shellac manicures, and eyelash perms. Advanced LED services including SpaWhite teeth-whitening sessions and Lumiere light therapy—which helps stimulate collagen production and reverse the signs of aging—infiltrate the spa menu as well. In addition, the spa's organic, vegan spray tan bronzes the body without the need for UV rays or homemade beds constructed from Easy-Bake ovens.
J.Bentley’s beauticians and relaxation experts find their own nooks within the studio’s 7,500 square feet of space, working their beauty-boosting magic for their respective specialties. Before massages, manicures, and other services begin, visitors can unload their stresses with sips of complimentary espresso or admire the studio’s earthy motif, present in its wooden accents and pillows stuffed with Mother Nature’s hair. J.Bentley’s knowledgeable staff, which was pivotal in the studio’s earning a spot on TheBestofColumbus.com's beauty list, also frequently recommends products for clients to use at home, such as skin treatments from Obagi.
The expert eyes of Hair Instinct's experienced stylists size up cranial auras, assess the skin's deepest desires, and plot out prettifying plans with practiced ease. One-up chameleons with a color and cut ($80+) or layer in a spectrum-spanning shimmer with a full set of highlights ($74+). Faces in need of pampering and primping can banish roughness and revitalize tone with a facial ($65+), employing skincare products by A Natural Difference, and customers waging all-out war against the passage of time can apply the Groupon to Botox services ($300–$350 for 21–25 units; approximately $14 per unit). Botox and other medispa services, such as lip augmentation, are performed by VDL-certified John D. Ryan III, DDS. Call for more information and to make an appointment, as reservations are necessary.
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