Life Salon and Spa is an Aveda-concept salon stocked to its exposed industrial piping with a skilled staff and a bevy of beautifying services. The nature massage is a 60-minute, personally tailored treatment that uses a variety of massage techniques to seek out and eradicate the poltergeists, hobgoblins, and writhing dybbuks haunting your musculature. A variety of aromas, specifically chosen for their relaxing and rejuvenating qualities, is also integrated into the massage for an experience that smells as good as it feels. The botanical resurfacing facial also lasts one hour and uses a tourmaline radiance refiner to excavate frontal pores and a tourmaline radiance mask to gently encourage the face to spread its beautiful cheekfeathers. Whichever treatment you choose, you'll leave Life Salon and Spa with your muscular fibers singing as harmoniously as a barbershop quartet, instead of screeching like the lead singer in a Norwegian death-metal barbershop quartet.
As he explained on Park City Television's Mountain Morning Show, Cory Hymas realized about 10 years ago that he was carrying around 65 pounds of excess weight. Though he was uncomfortable and unhappy, it wasn't until he found himself holding his breath just to be able to tie his shoes that he decided to take action. Hymas believed that the best way to learn about health and fitness was to teach others about it. As the CEO of Inspired Life Center, he now has the opportunity to do just that.
Today, Hymas helps individuals to explore the link between their emotional and physical selves, and recognize that the way they feel is just as important as their nutrition and exercise. His compassionate staff keeps clients accountable for their dietary choices at regular meetings, and empowers them with life principles, tools, and products that allow them to move past their personal barriers. The team can also enhance natural results with high-frequency ultrasonic-liposuction treatments, which work to trim inches without invasive methods such as surgery or scolding them away.
Gary Rumel, physiologist and founder of Fitworks Corrective Therapy, believes that the key to good health isn't found only in traditional Western medicine but also in caring for the body and frame by correcting musculoskeletal imbalances. In 2000, Gary pioneered a method that works to do just that—he helps patients to identify, build, and stretch specific muscle groups through custom exercises and stretches, allowing their joints to align and their posture to improve. Employing this method, he's removed 47 people from surgery waiting lists for conditions such as scoliosis and lordosis and has developed The Decompression Band, which relieves the pain associated with bulging discs.
Though A Touch of New York Salon has the upscale hustle and bustle of the Big Apple, the stylists still take dedicated time to take care of each guest who walks through their door. With a variety of executive services for men and women, the expert stylists trim, condition, color, and style hair, as well as pamper fingers and toes with nail services. Between scheduled haircuts, they also offer complimentary ear and neck trims to ensure all coifs are in expert condition.
The goal at Solitude Massage isn't just to temporarily relieve pain—it's also to help clients change their lives so the pain doesn’t return. To that end, the company's licensed therapists follow their custom massages with exercise suggestions and nutrition assistance, as well as advice on how to offend bears so they won't hug you. Not that the treatments aren't plenty attractive on their own. Trigger-point and structural-integration massages call on intense kneading to quell chronic pain, and hot towels and dōTerra essential oils add to the experience. Clients can also solicit a therapist for offsite shiatsu bodywork during such events as corporate parties or long waits at the ATM.
Timeless Journey Day Spa hypnotizes clients into relaxation with a half dozen massage treatments and a range of spa services. Licensed massage therapists Susan Olsen and Chelsea Nielsen invite patrons to lounge across the massage bed and relax under the long and flowing strokes of a Swedish massage or the muscle-stretching kneads of deep-tissue therapy. The duo also offers prenatal treatments for expectant mothers and sports massages for athletes and cardboard cutouts of athletes. Meanwhile, aesthetician Kristin Nielsen handles surface troubles with acne- and wrinkle-combatting chemical peels and microdermabrasion treatments, as well as waxing for the face and body.