Nails Plus Day Spa's body beautifiers revitalize weary customers with a host of relaxing and rejuvenating massage and facial services. During a 45-minute full-body massage, licensed massage therapist Vontyna Winfrey kneads away distress from head to toe, employing gentle pressure to melt away the tension caused by work and failed world-domination plots. With a half-body massage, Winfrey will coax out upper-body tensions, leaving physiques relaxed and ready for the 30-minute basic express facial. Utilizing a gentle steam vapor, the facial refreshes fatigued façades, cleansing away pore-clogging dirt, oil, and face-hugging aliens.
With elegant décor and a warm color scheme to back them up, Bloom’s spa specialists excel at comforting hands and feet. Kick back in a plush throne while the trained talon tamers pamper glove- and stocking-stuffers with a spa manicure (a $20 value) and pedicure (a $40 value). The hand-focused half of the mani-pedi nurtures less-than-divine upper digits back to prime dog-petting condition, and the pedicure gussies up lower paws with skin-soothing care as each member of the 10-pronged posse is trimmed, buffed, and shined to stageworthy glory. Palms and soles are softened after hostile calluses and cuticles are exiled from the premises, leaving behind a lush landscape at the ends of grateful limbs.
Hair care services should be relaxing, something the experienced staff of Mélange: A Modern Salon makes sure of when they treat each client to their signature shampoo and scalp massage steeped in tea tree oil, peppermint, and lavender. The soothing pre-cut and color service sets clients at ease before they surrender their strands to mane masters who wield handpicked Paul Mitchell products within a space accented with hardwood floors, invigorating lighting, and scissors whispering style pointers to new coiffures. Hair-smoothing services such as the KeraTriplex formula hydrates and fortifies fragile strands while the well-stocked Paul Mitchell color bar provisions new hues for guests looking to complement their skin tone or match a favorite hexadecimal code.
Almost two decades into her career in the beauty industry, licensed aesthetician Angela Nickelberry shows no sign of burning out. For her, helping clients feel and look better is a labor of love. Nickelberry operates Day Spring Wellness Spa from inside Relaxing Spirit Massage Therapy, where she pampers clients with rejuvenating facials, waxing treatments, and body wraps designed to rid skin of toxins and temporary tattoos.
Total Body Cleansing Studio doesn't want to merely paper over skin and health problems; it wants to address the problems' root causes. That's why the studio emphasizes treatments that are designed to remove toxins from the body, from open-system colon hydrotherapy to far-infrared sauna sessions. Because the treatments, unlike Q-tips, work better when they're bundled together, the center offers half- and full-day detoxification packages as well as 10-week weight-loss programs complete with personalized diet and exercise regimens.
Dalton Reeves had always been interested in helping others heal through massage therapy, but he was always weighed down with other careers. After doing some soul searching, seeking the advice of a close friend, and calling several strangers in the phone book, he realized that he had to make a change. Driven by a singular goal, Dalton soon became nationally certified in massage and bodywork, and is now able to help others relax and heal through Swedish, deep-tissue, hot-stone, and chair massages at Phoenix Rising, located within Hi Gorgeous Salon. Though he mostly works out of his office, he can perform chair-massage services for almost any type of event, including business conferences, parties, and health fairs.