Jaclyn Davey's decade-long massage career and dual bachelor's degrees in health science and psychology ensure an ideal balance of communication, education, and experience during private massages at Namaste Massage. Her experience with Swedish and deep-tissue modalities and certifications in cupping, reflexology, and Thai massage ensure sessions are always tailored to individuals' needs. Guests can also peruse Namaste Massage's menu of exfoliating back masks, which provide intense rejuvenation without the use of a pressure washer.
IWS's team of master muscle rejuvenators is led by owner Craig Danehy, who has applied his medical expertise to relieving aches and pains for more than a decade. The squad of special-ops stress softeners provide therapeutic massages to soothe sore bodies, calm the nerves of the preternaturally tense, relieve acute and chronic muscular pain, and help rehabilitate injured athletes and full-contact chess players. The warriors of this army of kneaders are all fully licensed and no-fault insurance specialists that cater to those with injuries from auto accidents. Craig's extracurriculars include the position of lead medical provider for the Gorilla Massage Fund, which helps provide relief to sufferers of multiple sclerosis.
Integrative Healing Arts Center's licensed stress assuagers unfurl physiques and unwind minds with salubrious massages tailored to individuals’ needs. Muscular kinks, knots, and kinked-up cantilevers are first treated to soothing essential oils rather than inessential oils such as congealed bacon drippings. Next, the center's manual magicians carefully place smooth, heated stones on corporeal canvases to help the oils seep deep into the back's many basements and rec rooms. After the gentle pressing proves clients aren't witches, Integrative Healing Arts Center lets its clients loose into the entertainment district's streets of restaurants and coffee shops.
Park Avenue's stylists are professional listeners as well as scissorers, ensuring that specific hirsute needs will be tended to through the salon's hair services. Reconfigure your coiffure with a Personal Expression haircut ($32+ for women, $22+ for men), which includes a shampoo, blow-dry, and style. If hair is complaining of bodiless boredom, the soft body wave or straightening ($60+ each) adds some distinctiveness, while updos ($45+) and short-hair stylings ($22+) also add flair to follicles. If you're unsatisfied with your eumelanin/pheomelanin ratios, opt for a chromatic adjustment with a single-process color ($55+) or a spectrum-spanning head cocktail with full highlights ($65+). Other available services include a deep conditioning treatment ($15) and a scalp treatment ($10).
Sore-shouldered patients meet the healing hands of licensed massage therapist Eileen Lorson, who quickens circulation, improves sleep quality, and boosts energy with intensive muscle-mollifying sessions and possesses more than ten years experience with athletes and musicians on repetitive strain injury. Lying face down, clients receive their choice of a Swedish, deep-tissue, or trigger-point massage for up to 90 minutes, long enough to recite the dictionary from memory. During a deep-tissue massage, Eileen battles tension hiding out in connective tissue, striving to eliminate discomfort by digging deeply into sore muscle groups. With trigger-point therapy, pain-causing locales on the body are systematically rendered obsolete using pressure. Meanwhile, the Swedish massage uses long, graceful motions to reduce joint stiffness and bring buried lingonberries to the surface.
Over her impressive career, Vanessa C. has styled the hair of NFL football players and fashion models. Perhaps the most important client she's ever had, though, was her first?a mannequin. When she was young, she spent hours at a salon making over a mannequin head and watching her dad, a master barber, work his magic. She was hooked. With the hopes of following in her dad's footsteps, she enrolled in cosmetology school and became licensed. She soon was working as a contract stylist in New York City, as well as a stylist for models during photo shoots. Hair etc by Vee, LLC is the culmination of her journey through the world of cosmetology. Here, Vanessa continues to execute her eye for fashion while cutting, braiding, and installing weaves and extensions. She even offers bridal services to help women look their very best on the big day, when they'll be posing for pictures or trying to balance atop a cake.