Certified massage practitioner Ian Edwards prefers to use firmer massage techniques, which are better at targeting pain and tension deep within muscles. At his spa, Five Point Palm Massage, he maneuvers between Swedish, deep-tissue, trigger point, and other modalities to customize each massage to the needs of the customer. He can also focus on specific areas of pain such as the back, neck and shoulders, or legs and feet.
The stylists at Coiffed Hair Studio can do most anything, from trimming bangs to styling special-occasion updos to helping customers pronounce the salon's name correctly (it's kwäft). In addition to single-process color and face-framing highlights, the team can coat manes with texturizing treatments, smooth curls with Japanese hair-straightening techniques, and add hair extensions to help clients look taller when frightened.
At Studio 519, staff pamper guests from head to toe. They refresh skin with facials and peels, including vitamin C facials that can be upgraded with complementary eye, lip, or hand treatments. Hair is tended with cuts and color, with bridal and event styling also available. And the staff doesn't just pamper skin and hair; massages are also available.
Within the pampering confines of Diva's Beauty Studio, aesthetician Monica Hernandez makes it her mission to help clients feel their best. Her skincare treatments include intensive PCA Skin chemical peels, which exfoliate dead skin to liberate the glowing dewiness beneath. Her pumice-assisted microdermabrasion offers a gentler take on exfoliation, and her de-stress facial aims to gently replenish guests' energy and lift their moods. Other facials include the classic facial, the vitamin C facial, and the back facial, which clears dorsal pores and keeps wings clean. Monica also waxes, keeping faces and bodies free of unwanted hair.