The Oasis Salon & Spa’s team complements its services with products developed by professional skincare, hair, and nail specialists. This harmonious marriage is nowhere more evident than in the salon, where formulas from Joico add new dimension to hair and boar-bristle brushes from Aquage help stylists coax out tangles.
The spa’s aestheticians formulate their custom facials with Dermalogica skincare products developed by the International Dermal Institute. After thoroughly cleansing pores with these powerful formulas they may use Mirabella Beauty mineral makeups to add some much-needed flair to rock collections. Not to be outdone, nail technicians finish off their spa mani-pedis with vibrant shades of OPI polish. In private massage rooms therapists rely on their own nimble hands to dissipate tension during Swedish and deep-tissue massages.
Ohio Zerona's laser technicians eliminate unwanted body fat with the Zerona cold laser. Under the laser's concentrated light, adipose tissue emulsifies and exits naturally through the lymphatic system and digestive system. To bolster results, weight-loss consultants give nutritional advice and encourage the use self-massage, the technical term for backstroking through a ball pit.
Managing cosmetologist and hairstylist Kim Mayhill works out of Main Street Hair Co., a full-service hair, massage, and nail salon. She offers haircuts with shampoo treatments and styling, highlights and full color, as well as relaxation massages.
New Health Centers consists of more than 300 health-care practitioners across the country, each working to alleviate corporeal discomfort with natural techniques. Doctors work in conjunction with experienced practitioners to soothe aches, pains, and lawn-gnome infestations.
Most Popular Service: Deep-tissue massage
Brands Used: Vegan massage cream and doTERRA Essential Oils
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Amanda S. Baker, the licensed massage therapist who lends her name to Massages by Amanda, brings her ability to quell stress wherever her job takes her. She often travels to meet clients, soothing them in their homes with hot towels, aromatherapy, and essential oils. She even works with businesses to provide employees with a much-needed break, massaging muscles strained from sitting in office chairs and hurling printers out the window. When a client doesn't have their own space to work in, Amanda can arrange an appointment in the airy, open space of a local yoga studio.
The doctors at Ohio Pain Management Solutions want you to bring the pain—specifically the debilitating kind caused by vehicle accidents and chronic conditions such as fibromyalgia and migraines. The team has created a refuge from physical suffering where those who have endured pain for longer than four weeks seek multidisciplinary healing programs and medical-grade bear hugs.
Specialists command a holistically minded array of methods to assuage pain at its source while avoiding surgery, and accept patients on worker's compensation. Vitamins and biofeedback sessions allow patients to mitigate pain responses over time, whereas therapeutic massage, nerve blockers, and kitten haiku provide immediate relief while catalyzing the body's natural healing processes.