Signature Service: Thai yoga bodywork
Handicap Accessible: No
Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: Parking lot
Minimum Age Requirement: 18
Pro Tip: Clients should wear clothes that allow them to be comfortable and flexible, i.e., gym or yoga clothes.
Inside Ultrasalon, talented staffers break out Dermalogica, Murad, and ?minence beauty products in the pursuit of fantastic-looking skin. In addition to restorative facials, patrons can spruce up nails with manicures and pedicures and decorate digits with nail art such as colorful stripes or silhouettes of The Addams Family?s Thing.
Licensed massage therapist Rachel Leggett studied her craft at Spa Tech Institute. As a well-versed professional, Rachel can knead sore sinews with therapeutic, deep-tissue, integrative, Swedish, and sports techniques. In addition to easing painful knots, she also wields first-aid certification from the American Heart Association.
Walking through the minimal, dimly lit interiors of Invidia Salon and Spa may feel like walking through a dream. Ultramodern floral wall sconces and chandeliers fashioned from branches illuminate hardwood-floored hallways that split off into dark rooms filled with plush couches. In the central hall, studio lights cast dramatic beams onto swiveling salon chairs positioned in front of floor-to-ceiling mirrors, each aligned in two rows flanking a central stone fireplace.
Here in the multimillion dollar 10,000-square-foot facility, stylists sculpt new ’dos and colorists add hues to locks. Aestheticians smooth skin with customizable facials rich in vitamins and natural extracts, and laser technicians boost collagen with LED light therapy and laser facials.
In private spa rooms, equipped with fireplaces and temperature-controlled beds, therapists imbue a sense of calm with massages and Reiki. In the Vichy shower, clients treated with mud or fruit body wraps recline on a cushioned bed while multiple showerheads work to clean their skin.
Before she became a licensed massage therapist, Connie Dale learned how to reduce tension and ease repetitive injuries at the Bancroft School of Massage Therapy. She uses that education and her experience to mitigate aliments ranging from shin splints and tennis elbow to carpal tunnel syndrome. Connie can also treat frozen shoulder—a condition that hampers mobility and often occurs when a snowman gives you a massage. In addition to reducing headaches, fibromyalgia pain, and tight muscles with Swedish and deep tissue techniques, she also treats children and soothes cancer patients. Connie's also been known to visit hospitals and Special Olympics events to give patients and competitors relaxing chair massages.
Beyond just relaxing massages, the team at Healing Hands Massage & Esthetics want to provide a retreat from daily life, and a place to allow both body and mind to decompress. Personalized to each client, visits vary depending on their needs, whether an individual is hoping to lose weight or simply get a tan before hitting the tans-only beach. Massages range from the long, flowing strokes of restorative Swedish massage to the gentle, all-over kneading of a lymphatic drainage treatment, which works to detoxify the body and lessen the appearance of cellulite.