At G'nique's Spa Services, owner, aesthetician, and massage therapist Genique Freeman guides her team with the conviction that total wellness is achieved when each patient feels beautiful, relaxed, and cared for. Freeman's staff makes a point of opening communication lines with each client, welcoming both English and Spanish speakers and discovering their patients' treatment preferences and favorite Kevin Bacon films via a simple online health-history form. Organic and wild-harvested ingredients from product lines such as De La Terre ease health concerns, and skin-purifying treatments are frequently paired with massages to heighten the therapeutic effects of both. Calm lighting and soft music welcome clients to leave their workplace stresses at the door, and a no-walk-in policy ensures patient comfort by safeguarding against overcrowding or a sudden influx of encyclopedia salesmen. Also supporting the spa's philosophy that physical and psychological health go hand in hand, G'nique's encourages veterans and their families to take respite in pampering by offering military discounts on specialty services, such as massages and facials.
Having begun as a single tanning shop in Greenville during the autumn of 1990, Ultratan has since blossomed into more than 70 locations throughout the Carolinas and Georgia due to its popularity and commitment to quality service. Over the years, the collection of spas has accumulated numerous awards such as Best Tanning Salon from the Daily Gamecock for providing the best equipment in both tanning beds and spray-tan technology. As a member of the International Smart Tan Network, its commitment to safe tans also encompasses a passion for keeping their customers educated about responsible tanning routines and never tanning without a helmet.
Dr. Salvatore C. Daniels and his staff perform drug-free chiropractic techniques in order to alleviate pain and to educate their patients about maintaining health. The team emphasizes the importance of the patient taking an active role in their care in order to stay well and stave off current and future ailments. During each appointment, Dr. Daniels explains the benefits and expected results of his noninvasive spine-straightening techniques, such as adjustments and hydro massage, and provides pointers on exercises that keep pain at bay. He tailors treatments to the specific needs and issues of the patient, such as muscle aches resulting from overexertion to sore lower backs resulting from commuting by pogo stick.
Touche Medical Spa's beauty professionals welcome clients into private treatment rooms for one-on-one conversations about aesthetic goals. As patients chat about their health, lifestyle, SAT score, and desired outcome, consultants draw up personalized wellness programs that account for each factor. Among the spa treatments, massage therapy restores range of motion, facials rejuvenate complexions, and body treatments stimulate metabolism. These treatments set a relaxing tone for medical treatments, including dermal injections and chiropractic adjustments.
As soon as clients enter the deep-purple treatment room at Armonia Body Therapy, they begin to relax with aromatherapy and steamy towels, which are included with all services. In this calming environment, owner and licensed massage therapist Darlena Raspino then soothes sore muscles with various techniques, including Swedish massage and heat therapy. She can focus on specific areas, such as the upper body or face, or provide full-body relief with a custom massage that integrates stretching and deep-tissue techniques.
While images of whirring laser beams still conjure thoughts of technophilic futures, the technology is already hard at work at Fayetteville Laser. There, technicians wield noninvasive medical lasers that renovate bods with treatments ranging from body contouring to cellulite reduction. Their Contoura super-pulsed laser works to blast inches off of abdomens, thighs, and buttocks, and their Irradia laser reduces pain and inflammation associated with chronic illness or thinking too hard about how gravity works.