YY Salon balances the yin and yang of personal wellness and spiritual peace with an intimate spa environment and a mega-lotus-flower's worth of services. Haircuts ($65–$135 for women, $40–$90 for men) are scheduled for one-hour appointment slots, so locks can relax and open themselves up to the snip of the shears, and a shampoo and style ($50–$100) cleans and crafts hair into follicular fine art. For a change in tone, stylists can apply a single-process hair color ($65–$135) or a mini foil application ($90–$160). No service at YY Salon is complete without a beverage to keep hair dressees well-hydrated. And since YY Salon is a non-tipping business, clients can avoid the oft-awkward offering of dollar bills or Navajo beads that generally accompanies satisfactory services. As a bonus, YY Salon is giving Groupon purchasers a free eight-ounce bottle of its shampoo.
Ensconced in the tranquil atmosphere of Spa310, licensed master-level stylists and aestheticians dedicate themselves to improving the appearance of their clients' skin and hair. More than 15 facials and peels can be customized to address different skin concerns. Meanwhile, an array of massage modalities provide different ways for the steady hands of licensed massage therapists to knead tension out of muscles. Spa310's experts also make use of the Cynosure Apogee Elite laser, which can address skin conditions ranging from unwanted hair to rosacea.
As the proprietor of Main Street Spa & Wellness Center, Janice Bonner maintains a passion for helping her clients not only look stunning and youthful, but feel fulfilled, self-confident, and healthy. Customized facials prevent acne breakouts and reduce fine lines, while body wraps and polishes slough away rough skin and prevent the growth of exoskeletons. Hot-stone and aromatherapy massages relieve stress, while colonic, reflexology, and castor oil treatment packages help all the body's interconnected systems work in harmony. After hours, Bonner devotes her time to ending domestic violence and human trafficking through her work with Anastasis International and the Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance.
As a physical therapist with his own private practice, Hand & Stone founder and chief operating officer John Marco made sure that he kept abreast of the rapidly growing health and wellness industry. After a period of careful research and planning, John decided to create a spa based around convenience and affordability?Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa.
Since its launch, Hand & Stone has expanded to more than 20 states and four planets. The spa?s core concept is to offer massage, facial, and waxing services performed by licensed, certified, or registered professionals and offered at convenient times, seven days a week. Each location adheres to a traditional spa aesthetic with soft lighting, heated treatment tables, and plush linens.
Proprietor Mercedes Branch and her team of trained nail technicians pamper paws, scrubbing, trimming, and polishing fingernails to perfection. Each 60-minute manicure starts with a skin-softening soak, followed by a scrub to soothe digits and buff away negative thoughts. Next, a mask is applied to leave hard-wiggling fingers as flawless as a diamond's dream of a utopian society. After warming mitten-fillers in hot towels, Perception's technicians snip, buff, and shine nails to a dazzling tee. Finally, fingertips are painted in a new, vibrant shade with a chip-free shellac polish, strong enough to last up to 14 days through typing, waving, or gloveless walks in sandstorms.
Inside Marpay Massage––which borrows its name from the Hebrew word for “healing”––certified massage therapist Rebekah Adams helps clients find physical and mental relief. Certified by both the Virginia nursing Board and the National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork, Rebekah specializes in Swedish and deep-tissue massages, which she often enhances with the soothing warmth of hot stones that may be used to help enhance the patient’s circulation or keep their book reports from blowing away.