Eyebrow & Lash Art Spa?s beauty pros twist cotton thread over clients? faces to swiftly remove unwanted hair and shape eyebrows. However, the threading session is only the beginning of the pampering services that boost women?s visages. With more than a dozen facials available, clients can find relief from stubborn acne, unsightly fine lines, excess oil, and sun-damaged skin. After facials and threadings properly preps faces, clients can have them dressed with subtle-looking daytime makeup or a more dramatic look befitting a bride on her wedding day. Below the neck, the pros work to decorate limbs with intricate henna art.
George Teramoto’s father, a carpenter, would often come home from work with aches and pains. As a kid, George would walk on his father’s back to relieve the tension; as an adult, he explored back rubs and other techniques. What began as a father-son bonding ritual eventually transformed into a career. Now a licensed massage practitioner with more than 13 years of experience, George heads his own studio, Southcenter Massage, which employs both male and female massage therapists.
With a two-pronged focus on healing and relaxation, he kneads physiques with a choice of six styles. He can relax his clients with soothing Swedish strokes or address chronic pains at their root with the more intense pressure of deep-tissue massage. During shiatsu massages, he uses his hands and elbows to balance clients’ energy flow. His foot reflexology sessions, meanwhile, use foot manipulation to resolve diverse problems, from achy backs to ugly shoes.
With 13 locations in two adjoining states, InSpa has become a regional institution for all-things pampering. The spa epicenter rolls out a large wheelhouse of services that includes everything from prenatal massages to lash tinting. The staff also gussy up nails during mani-pedis and restore youthful appearances with anti-aging facials. As icing on the decadent cake, the facility grants its InSpa Rewards members monthly offers and discounts, such as 10% off retail purchases.