Health Concept - Slim Wrap & Wellness Spa is wholly committed to helping visitors achieve their goals when it comes to health, confidence, and tranquility. Skilled staff bundle clients for slimming infrared body-wrap sessions, during which six separate wrap pads combine short and long infrared rays to melt away unwanted inches, diminish the appearance of cellulite, and burn off unflattering hats. The spa also performs massage services and LIpo-Light for body sculpting.
CD Danza Salon & Spa’s crew of beauty experts is ardent about polishing women, men, and androids with personalized services and products from Aveda and Bumble and bumble. Pamper hair right where it enters the brain with a root glaze ($65), mold it into a designer 'do ($34–$65), or evict errant follicular outgrowths from cheeks ($22), hands ($18), and full backs ($65) with waxing services. Heal hard-worn hands and feet with a spa manicure ($37) and spa pedicure ($63), or mollycoddle worn-out muscles with a Swedish massage ($80+) or a rejuvenating application of chewy candied fish. To enhance facial performance, guests can ask for a makeup application ($35+), an Aveda powder ($35), or a CD Danza signature makeup lesson ($75).
Advanced Holistic Health aims to give its clients the tools they need to repair their bodies. To that end, they offer massage therapy, exercise coaching, and nutritional therapy, as well as private and semi-private yoga classes that can help students of all levels push through fitness plateaus. Classes such as Hatha, Yin, Vinyasa, and restorative yoga are designed to encourage freedom of movement, expression, and mental and physical practice. In the past, clients have commented on the clean, open feeling of Advanced Holistic Health's building, as well as their friendly and welcoming staff.
Inside Soma Vista Massage & Bodywork, clients recline on heated massage tables as licensed massage therapist Brandi Higbee skillfully senses their needs and the techniques needed to unravel their muscles' knots. She customizes the level of pressure applied in each of her massage techniques, such as lomi lomi, which mimics the rhythm of waves in the ocean, and hot stone, which mimics the motion of boulders falling into a volcano. Brandi also incorporates aromatherapy into her massages, using products free of parabens, and performs complimentary posture assessments.
Ciana Hilton-Farmer may be a licensed massage therapist, but she has more up her sleeve than soothing kneads. She's also a certified aromatherapist, and she uses her knowledge of scents to create a relaxing olfactory palette for her clients to enjoy during each massage. Because her training has taken her everywhere from medical spas to chiropractic offices, Ciana can devise a treatment for nearly every kind of ache or pain.
George Teramoto’s father, a carpenter, would often come home from work with aches and pains. As a kid, George would walk on his father’s back to relieve the tension; as an adult, he explored back rubs and other techniques. What began as a father-son bonding ritual eventually transformed into a career. Now a licensed massage practitioner with more than 13 years of experience, George heads his own studio, Southcenter Massage, which employs both male and female massage therapists.
With a two-pronged focus on healing and relaxation, he kneads physiques with a choice of six styles. He can relax his clients with soothing Swedish strokes or address chronic pains at their root with the more intense pressure of deep-tissue massage. During shiatsu massages, he uses his hands and elbows to balance clients’ energy flow. His foot reflexology sessions, meanwhile, use foot manipulation to resolve diverse problems, from achy backs to ugly shoes.