The scissors at Sabre Hair Art show no mercy when it comes to split ends. They deftly remove any dull locks they come in contact with, leaving clients with fresh and stylish haircuts. Scissors also happily add layers for a more voluminous look, or blunt bangs for people who want to hide their forehead tattoos. Patrons can also request highlights or all-over color to completely transform their visage.
Licensed massage therapist Tina Lee helps clients regain balance, physical comfort, and spiritual fulfillment one massage stroke at a time. She’s been in the field for more than 12 years, building up a repertoire of bodywork modalities that combat stress and physical discomfort. At ChakraWorks, she channels her healing powers through Swedish, trigger-point, reflexology, and hot-stone massage, inducing a sense of calm and well-being in clients and massage tables alike.
Licensed massage therapist Robin Hightower eases muscular tension with a relaxing compilation of massage services tailored to fit each client's unique needs and lifestyle. A 90-minute deep-tissue massage tackles subterranean tension, tightness, and pain and addresses specific pain concerns, such as localized injuries and shin bones that refuse to admit any connection to the knee bones. Lie amidst warm lighting and soothing green walls as weighty strokes forcefully caress maligned musculature, reinstating equilibrium and restoring structural integrity lost after years of leaving your back crumpled in the hamper. An elongating series of stretches fortifies more remote crevasses, improving range of motion in unapproachable joints, including hip flexors. New clients should plan to arrive 15 minutes early to complete brief intake and health forms, or fill them out beforehand.
Acupuncture has been effectively used for the treatment of back pain, headaches and migraines, neck stiffness, and sports injuries. However, acupuncture goes way beyond pain relief. Many people find acupuncture to aid in: anxiety, insomnia, weight control, digestive problems, menstrual cramps, infertility and much more.
The custom facial concoctions of Pretty In Pink Day Spa combat signs of age, blemishes, and acne in one-hour appointments. Faces plunge into a whirlwind of steam that opens pores for thorough cleansing, before exfoliation clears away dead skin cells to make room for livelier ones, much like a sandstorm that reveals buried statues of beautiful generals. After a blackhead-banishing extraction ritual, customers step out of the chalk circle to determine which custom rejuvenating mask skin mavens will massage into their epidermises. Those who opt for a signature mask will soak their visages in moisturizing cream, which leaves skin supple and guards against future dryness damage. The acne-fighting blend seeks to vanquish invading armies of pimples, and an age-defying moisture cream diminishes age marks on outer layers of skin while hiding the year-marking rings that grow on the inside of the body.
Led by former pageant gal and licensed aesthetician Marci Ruffin Delaney, m.d. Skin strives not only to pamper outer shells but also to boost each client's inner sense of calm and confidence. The signature European facial treats mugs to exfoliation, deep-pore cleansing, and extraction (if necessary), leaving behind only a lustrous sheen and freckles that can speak conversational French. The 55-minute service also includes a massage of the face, neck, shoulders, arms, hands, legs, and feet, aiding total relaxation while wringing out accumulated storm water.