At The Healing Hut, dedicated aesthetician Loni draws on her time at the Euro Institute of Skin Care and Gene Juarez Academy, as well as her interest in diet and alternative healing, to provide a comprehensive menu of holistic spa services. With certifications in reflexology, manual lymphatic drainage, and reiki, Loni can tailor treatments to address a range of woes, including sports injuries, facial tension, or sore hands from vigorous crossword solving. Aesthetic boosts include waxing, facials, and lash extensions, and Loni also combines spa services with healing approaches in treatments such as a reflexology pedicure. Located within Wink: A Salon, the spa?s cream-colored interiors bathe clients in the calm of a cotton-ball factory, and a full coffee bar adds extra spring to the steps of refreshed visitors.
Moxie Salon and Spa is a full-service spa offering an array of services for hair, skin, nails, and makeup. Its forte is hair; Moxie’s owner is Spokane's Goldwell coloring-line technical associate, and one of its stylists is the local educator for KMS California styling products. Brighten your hair's outlook with full highlights ($70 and up), or change the way the storyline ends with a women's haircut ($26–$35) or men's haircut ($20), a service that received 2nd place from the Inland Empire Cosmetology Association for Gents Fashion Hair Cutting. Or deactivate follicular flowers on the brow ($20), bikini line ($30 and up), underarms ($25), back ($45), or chest ($40). With $60 to scatter amid a staff of trained stylists and aestheticians, you can buff up your knuckle extensions with a basic manicure ($20) and double the appendage action with a pedicure ($40).
Urbanna Natural Spa & Salon's licensed massage therapists and experienced aestheticians put their talents to the test during skillful muscle and mug re-mastering sessions. Sink into a sumptuous massage chair as a professional lures stress from the ledge of your shoulders with careful pressure and spoonfuls of Ben & Jerry's. Urbanna offers a wide variety of massage techniques, including classics such as Swedish and deep tissue, and creative styles such as the mojito, which relaxes muscles and tingles the skin’s surface, and the desert stone, which enlists the help of luxurious oils and smooth, heated stones. Massages are offered in 30-, 60-, and 90-minute sessions (prices start at $50 for 30 minutes and vary by type).
Sticks and stones may break some bones, but not if they’re directed toward one of Capital MMA & Elite Fitness’s students. In a team-oriented environment, the studio’s instructors teach key mixed-martial-arts moves such as grappling, striking, and wrestling and supplement the training with classes in specific fighting styles, such as Brazilian jiu-jitsu and muay thai. Guests looking for a practical crash course in self-defense learn snippets from each technique in self-defense classes, learning methods for staying aware of surroundings, fending off attackers, and freeing themselves from the grip of King Kongs. Some women-only classes are also available.
The studio's CrossFit program, alternatively, boosts athleticism without combat, through a multi-faceted regimen of Olympic weightlifting, cardio exercise, and custom diets. Beyond group classes, the center offers private lessons and seminars, which allow its students—both children to adults—to learn with focused guidance.
The affable personal-elegance-crafting team at A Nu Yu Salon & Spa convivially molds new looks and touches up go-to styles amid a relaxing ambience. A friendly stylist catalyzes the hair-renaissance with a conditioning treatment to fortify follicles with salubrious hydration and to luxuriate locks with an effulgent shine. Then the stylist trims tresses to the desired length, underscoring the body of your noodle nest, like a film editor eviscerating a movie's least captivating scooter chase scenes. A Nu Yu Salon & Spa sets up shop in a remodeled, century-old Victorian home.