Licensed massage therapist Rashawna Reichard, also known as Shawna, sends soothing ripples across muscle ponds out of her private Mana Massage studio. Mana, which is the Hawaiian word for serenity, is indicative of Shawn's expertise with lomi lomi bodywork. Clients may also solicit her muscle-melting prowess for flowing Swedish strokes or more focused deep-tissue pressure.
Under new ownership since January and braced with a bevy of knowledgeable stylists and staff, Tangles Salon cares for heads from scalp to chin. Coordinate a newly clipped coif with a women’s haircut ($25+) or men’s trim ($15+), or simply slip into a devilish ‘do with the women’s shampoo & style ($25+). For hair punished by the dryness of winter’s cold or humor, conditioning masks donate moisture back to strands to help prevent split ends and damage ($10+). Eyebrows, lips, and chins can experience breezes anew after a gentle waxing treatment (lips/$8+, eyebrows/$12+). Tangles uses Sahag, Suddz, Enjoy, and Matrix products in all its services. Appointments are recommended, but walk-ins are welcome.
Nationally certified in therapeutic massage and bodywork and licensed by the state, Connie Haynes specializes in the most popular massage techniques to evaporate her clients? aches and pains. Her Swedish massages combine oils or lotions with rolling, kneading, and percussion techniques that untie knotted muscles. During deep-tissue massages, Connie dives right into the deepest layers of tissue, where chronic pain and loose change is unearthed. She also helps athletes recover better from harsh workouts with a sports-oriented massage that increases flexibility and relaxes the mind and body.
The talented masseuses at Natural Healing Spa Escape offer a wide range of massage treatments, from relaxing Swedish massage to toxin-pulverizing deep-tissue massages. Pairs can get in on the fun too with romantic couples massages, and they can spice it up with aromatherapy or a hot-towel treatment for an additional fee.