Years ago, miners in Eastern Europe first discovered the therapeutic benefits of salt: Hours of exposure in salt mines was said to alleviate such respiratory ailments as asthma, bronchitis, and more. Salt Chalet Arizona imitates the salt mines of Eastern Europe. Inside the facility?s two treatment rooms, layers of salt extracted from the Dead Sea coat the surfaces from floor to ceiling. Amid calming light and ambient music, visitors lounge back in comfy chairs and breathe in the salt, which has healing ions that can help clear out breathing passages and reduce inflammation in the lungs. With respect to respiratory ailments, the relaxing salt treatments provide a noninvasive alternative to drugs, undergoing surgery, or bottling and inhaling the breath of a healthy friend.
Brian Watt is so passionate about the benefits of massage that he'll bring his services directly to you. The communications specialist-turned-massage therapist helms a brick-and-mortar space for his clients but also travels to homes and businesses to knead away tension, lower blood pressure, and slay stress through Swedish, deep tissue, Shiatsu, and Thai massage.
And Brian is equally passionate about teaching the art of massage therapy. That's why he leads massage techniques classes that instill fundamental massage skills, in turn helping couples nurture one another without resorting to bottle-feeding each other at every meal.
North Scottsdale Laser & Skin Care Clinic's team of aestheticians and laser technicians—led by board-certified naturopathic physician Dr. Jessica Anderson—not only offers an expansive list of anti-aging skincare services, but also makes sure clients get paired with the right one. The staff members precede each service with a consultation to determine a customized procedure plan catered to the client's skin type, beauty needs, and the vote of every pore. During treatments, clients can relax in sunny, private rooms surrounded by framed artwork hanging from earth-toned walls. Dr. Anderson herself performs all injections and brings her clients a wealth of knowledge about naturopathy, noninvasive therapies, and homeopathic skincare solutions.
Kalologie 360 Spa's expert beauty gurus offer a first-class selection of pampering services, earning the franchise a spot on Elle magazine's 2008 list of Top 10 Beauty Boutiques. The staff exfoliates faces with more than 10 varieties of facials and peels, using the boutique's own line of products custom formulated from medical-grade ingredients free of parabens and sulfates. Therapists also treat clients with massage modalities such as Swedish and deep-tissue, as well as waxing treatments that use specially formulated hard and soft wax for all areas of the body.
As a former member of the medical field, Angelica Valdivieso, colon hydrotherapist and founder of Detox For Life, has spent the last decade combining her knowledge of medical techniques with her menu of restorative alternative techniques. Angelica and her team of hydrotherapists and nutritionists oversee closed-system colon-hydrotherapy services designed to flush out toxins and waste material, leaving clients with a sense of lightness not experienced since their last pillow fight on the moon. To further vanquish toxins from the body, Angelica and the team administer ear coning, a method that helps to draw debris and molds from the ear canal, and ionic footbaths designed to detox the body of heavy metals.
The object of her work is to deliver long-lasting beauty, so it's fitting that the technique that inspires permanent-makeup artist Cresent Gibbons?ancient Japanese tattooing?is itself so enduring. Cresent practices her advanced version of this timeless art during permanent eyeliner, lipstick, and eyebrow sessions. She can even add artificial beauty marks in order to suggest old-school glamour or make one pet turtle distinguishable from another. Cresent also applies 3D lash extensions, individually bonding flexible fringe to eyelashes so that clients can enjoy luscious lids without mascara.