While people share tons of traits in common, you’re the only one in the world with skin exactly like yours. That's why the technicians at Natina Day Spa formulate their facials based on each individual's tone and texture. This customization process revolves around the spa's signature product: MVP skincare by Dr. Divina. MVP––an acronym for Molecular, Viability, and Potentiate––combines fruit enzymes, algae extract, and blended copies of Time magazine to naturally reduce signs of aging. The spa’s beautification processes also extend beyond the face; waxing sessions remove unwanted hair, body contouring slims down silhouettes, and soothing aromatherapy and bodywork sessions bust up stress from the comfort of private treatment rooms.
At Happy Feet Massage, massage therapists relieve knots and aches using strokes and pressure adjusted to your personal preference. As the name suggests, the Happy Feet team administer their soothing services to feet, but they also perform body massages, applying a number of modalities and oils to maximize relaxation. During treatment, clients lie down amid warm purple walls and white sheer curtains as a chorus of whales performs soothing Gregorian chants in the background.
A portrait of fashion icon Marilyn Monroe overlooks the stations at Carmen Laines Beauty Salon & Spa. Among the skin care services the spa offers are rejuvenating, express, European, and vitamin C facials along with acne treatments and microdermabrasions. Laines is a licensed cosmetologist and aesthetician who has more than 3,000 hours of education. The Carrington College of California alumnus also performs makeup and eyelash services.
Licensed aesthetician Katy Brassfield uses all of the resources at her disposal to make sure each client achieves the paramount level of pampering. She approaches each service armed with more than 12 years of experience while beautifying her clients? skin with facials, peels, and other skincare services. Her treatment rooms are warmed with brown and gold tones, and her complimentary mugs of steaming tea allow clients to slip into a state of inner peace even as they wait. During skincare and waxing sessions, she turns the dial up on a table warmer to keeps clients as toasty and cozy as a kitten napping on the belly of a napping labrador.
At Mystic Hands Massage and Body Work, owner Aimee Suzanne makes it her business to boost your well being and energy. Her signature massages use long, flowing strokes to melt away the day's stresses and send oxygen to muscles by improving blood circulation. Craniosacral integration massages can target more specific concerns, such as migraines or chilly-back. She also specializes in energy work, and offers the Access Consciousness bars and body process—a service designed to help folks let go of thoughts, emotions, or beliefs, using gentle touch on specific points on the head.
Marie Lehn, RN, CAP specializes in pain management and stress reduction by using acupressure and massage. These techniques help to promote health and well being and aid in increasing energy of the mind, body, and spirit. Since 1974, she has broadened her expertise and education in the medical and holistic fields. It wasn't until 1984, however, that she chose to narrow her focus to those two distinct specialties: pain management and stress reduction. Since then, she's honed her talents in these areas, cultivating skills sought after by Kaiser Hospital, the Arthritis Foundation of San Francisco, and the Muscular Dystrophy Association of Sacramento. Marie is most at home, however, at the treatment bed of Relaxation Connection. Within a tranquil environment, Marie performs Reiki, acupressure, and other therapies to keep patients feeling their best.