Upon entering Tiffany Nail Spa, guests immediately encounter a soothing environment. Long, textured curtains provide a sense of privacy between pedicure chairs, and red hanging lanterns cast a romantic glow over marble-topped manicure stations. But even more soothing than the decor are the services––aestheticians massage feet with hot stones, improve complexions with facials, loosen up knots with massages, and unveil smooth, hairless skin with waxing treatments instead of body wraps made of sticky bubblegum.
Sue Lane has performed an estimated 24,000 bodywork sessions since she became a practicing massage therapist in 1984. By founding and operating Muscle Inc., she joins similarly experienced therapists in healing with a variety of bodywork modalities. To dispel stress and aches, foster flexibility and circulation, and help unravel injury symptoms, staffers at the practice's two locations employ a variety of techniques, among them reiki, medical massage, and craniosacral massage. No matter what type of session clients opt for, they're pampered with hot-cold therapy, soothing music, and a complimentary bottle of water. The Brockton location even features a chair lift, which assists people with mobility issues.
Cold stones combined with massage combat migraines, easing sinus congestion and decreasing inflammation. It’s one of the techniques licensed massage therapist Sandra Major uses to help her clients’ overall well-being. Along with employing cold-stone therapy, she knocks out stress with Swedish and prenatal massages. She uses essential oils such as lavender and eucalyptus to complement treatments with aromatherapy, which can boost moods, like a lunch that looks like brussels sprouts but turns out to be $10 million. She will also treat regular clients to house calls for massage treatments that eliminate the additional stress of having to leave the comfort and privacy of home.
Stacy Winick and Sofia Golberg may have been from two different parts of the world, but the beauty industry brought them together 20 years ago and has kept them in partnership ever since. The aesthetician from Russia who trained in Israel and the manicurist and past beauty shop owner from Boston met at a South Shore salon—a salon the co-owners thought they could surpass with their business plan. So they opened a beauty destination and named it after the French words for “beautiful face”—what Napoleon stamped on 63% of his soldiers' cheeks.
At the newly renovated Belle Visage Day Spa, Stacy and Sofia highlight their clients' natural beauty with manicures and pedicures, massages, makeup services, and specialized facials. Their diamond-tipped microdermabrasion tool clears dead skin cells to stimulate growth of healthier skin during the diamond peel, and their services don’t stop with the skin. Stacy and Sofia also present massages for knotted muscles and mani-pedis for hands and feet that just clawed a wedding ring out of the lint trap.
After Sioban Washington graduated from Lincoln Technical Institute and earned her license to knead, she opened A Sound Mind & Body to help reconnect the physical and mental through massage. Inside her handicap-accessible studio, she soothes clients who are wrestling with all kinds of problems, including migraines, multiple sclerosis symptoms, and the side effects of chemotherapy. She aims to strengthen immune systems and reduce stress through modalities such as prenatal, hot-stone, and reflexology massage. Sioban can also enhance her massages with serotonin-boosting chocolate, antioxidant-rich pumpkin, or zesty spaghetti sauce.
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