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The stylists at Wild Roots Hair Studio provide fresh looks for men, women, and kids with haircuts. Along with cuts, they can transform styles with color, which might be classic highlights or bold colors like purple. Waxing services are also available.

369 Billings Rd
Quincy,
MA
US

Leonardo's team of trendy trimmers keep up to speed on the latest hair styling techniques and technologies, leaving no strand stranded and no tangle untended. Clients can relax amidst dusk-blue walls adorned with chic accents, as an expert stylist snips, shapes, and shades mundane manes into shimmering, sleek, neck sculptures—capturing compliments from strangers, and jealous stares from 2-D billboard models. The friendly follicle fixers will help you figure out the best cut for your face and personal style. Or, if you already know what you're looking for, Leonardo's stylists can take your vision and transform it beyond expectations.

620 Hancock St
Quincy,
MA
US

Helmed by owner and president Dr. Ann Doggett, the dedicated doctors at Wholebody Solutions aim to encourage natural health in their clients. During a 60-minute therapeutic Swedish massage, an experienced therapist use natural oils and long, soothing strokes to knead away muscular farmer’s loops and slipknots. After this gentle procedure, bodies shed the burden of aches and pains caused by giving gorilla piggyback rides. Guests who would rather renovate their frontispieces can treat themselves to one of four organic facials employing the all-natural powers of Naturopathica, Dr. Ann’s preferred skincare line. The licorice-laden Sun Repair facial reverses the lingering effects of solar kisses, while the Acne Treatment soothes excitable complexions in teens and adults. The customized moisture drench utilizes rich replenishing creams and antioxidant-loaded black currant oil to boost skin’s natural radiance. Like the bottled tears of Father Time, the Pure Results facial utilizes sweet cherry, pear fig, or pumpkin enzyme peels to reverse the effects of an aging façade.

605 Hancock St
Quincy,
MA
US

There isn't one set path to wellness. Healing Tree Yoga understands this, which is why it gives guests many avenues to explore in their quest for health and relaxation. One such option, of course, is yoga: gentle hatha, faster-paced vinyasa flow, and other practice styles provide a way for students to strengthen their body as well as their mind. Pilates, Zumba, and Tai Chi classes, meanwhile, present other ways in which guests can discover untapped energy and get in tune with their own bodies. And, in private treatment rooms, healing becomes the focus, as therapists use hot-stone, acupressure, and other massage modalities to soothe sore muscles or reiki treatments to help stimulate the flow of energy and improve well being.

605 Hancock Street
Quincy,
MA
US

Yoga can instill its practitioners with inner strength and peace, and Real Life Yoga helps students capture these qualities through more than just sun salutations. The studio conducts its classes in an environment designed to be non-competitive, welcoming, and lighthearted. Owner Dee Lyon and her team of accomplished teachers welcome brand-new students as well as yoga aficionados, providing mats to those without. The certified instructors encourage safe, healthy sessions, suggesting modifications that can ease stress and prevent discomfort, injury, or getting stuck that way. They offer non-yoga classes, too, including tai chi, self-defense, and a high-energy combination of boxing, dance, and Pilates.

101 Adams St.
Quincy,
MA
US

At Shabu Restaurant, diners take dinner preparation into their own hands, creating edible masterpieces of Japanese cuisine with little more than a bubbling soup pot and platters of shiitake mushrooms, vermicelli noodles, morsels of tender steak, fish cakes, and squid. Within the cozy 50-seat dining room, glowing cylindrical chandeliers cast light on sleek ecru furniture and lavender-tinged orchids, while simmering vessels offer up the savory scents of MSG-free broth. In the outdoor Japanese garden, guests sip wine and sake amid the sounds of rustling bamboo leaves, burbling water, and a Japanese deer scare chasing away skittish dumpling thieves.

397 Hancock St
Quincy,
MA
US