LA Bliss Spa's staff soothe tired skin and frayed nerves by providing a friendly environment where clients can let go of every concern except their need for pampering. Skilled aestheticians perfect skin with a menu of facials that includes custom exfoliation and pore-cleaning variations. Facials use products that diminish signs of aging such as lines and pigmentation in shades not in compliance with the official human color wheel. To purge the body of stress, the spa offers a number of different massage styles, as well as mud wraps and detoxifying body scrubs that are designed to provide unique results. Massage therapists unfurl tension and nourish frames with soothing oils while skin care professionals at the spa use Dermalogica products. Therapists also utilize the healing properties of heated stones to relieve muscle discomfort and release endorphins back into the wild.
At Serenity Wellness Center, there are three pathways to an inner oasis of calm; and, though each route culminates in self-awareness and stress relief, it has its own expert guide. Massage therapists Diana Menz and Kristen Unzen take clients on a journey of flowing kneads and muscular release. They combine several modalities to create custom massages for their clients, augmenting them all with the warmth of an essential-oil-infused towel treatment.
Elsewhere in the center, licensed aesthetician Afton Land steers guests down the path toward revitalizing skincare. Her facials combat a wide range of conditions using botanical ingredients, such as vitamin C and chamomile for aging and algae and seaweed for dehydration or chapped gills. She also specializes in makeup application and speedy, comfortable waxing treatments.
Hypnotherapist Jackie Spencer takes patrons down the third and final path, which winds into the subconscious. Her confidential hypnotherapy sessions strive to reduce unwanted behaviors such as smoking or overeating. They can address specific phobias as well by encouraging clients to seek change and overcome their obstacles from within.
Most Popular Service: Therapeutic massage
Staff Size: 11?25 people
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
People go to spas to forget about the outside world. How does your decor help create an atmosphere where visitors can unwind?
Calming, peaceful color scheme. Soothing music. We address all our clients by name and greet them warmly when they arrive.
Besides making clients happy, what do you like most about your job?
That what we do offers a drug-free alternative for pain and stress management.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
Everyone on my staff is dedicated to providing each client with a personalized experience.
Christina Mullinex, a licensed massage therapist, customizes every massage based on her clients' needs. Whether she's administering gentle and relaxing Swedish rolling techniques across the back, shoulders, and limbs, or using the deep-tissue modality to relieve kinks and knots in the lower muscular levels, she takes into account her client's discomfort. She adapts treatments to target the source of their pain or the manifestations of stress caused by trying to meditate in a batting cage. In the massage rooms, a series of cups apply suction to skin as Godinez works to soften tight muscles and bolster blood flow throughout the body.
For Cindy Nodine, the most important part of the job is building relationships. She invites folks to take a seat in her styling chair for free consultations, even if they're not quite ready to go through with a full-blown cut, color, or Keratin treatment. Once her and her clients build a little rapport, Cindy can build properly customized styles and suggest services based on each guest's style preferences, personality, and habit of incessantly whistling "Shave and a Haircut."