Divine Purpose Wellness Center's focus is healing the spiritual and physical, as well as emotional. The staff addresses all three by evaluating work and life trends, and embracing natural-healing methods to achieve self-empowerment. Natural healing comes in the form of nutrition consultation and treatments such as detoxifying foot baths. Balancing energy is also key. They manipulate energy systems into alignment with Reiki therapy, alleviating stress and pain as they do. Body wraps and sweat saunas also help rid the body of toxins, improving well-being and overall health. All treatments are customizable and can be administered to individuals or groups.
Pomegranate, green tea, and white grape; cocoa butter and avocado oil; coconut oil and mango. These may sound like ingredients for a sweet perfume, but they're also the components of refreshing massages at natUreal Spa. The healing effects of the natural ingredients prove as potent as their aroma. Though body wraps rely upon decidedly less aromatic ingredients—namely, mud—they also help soothe and heal the body, as do calming pedicures and facials.
Heels and toes deliver soothing pressure during the East Asian ashiatsu deep-tissue massages at Balanced Body Massage Group. Supported by overhead bars and assisted by the heavy hands of gravity, therapists glide their firm soles slowly over tense backs. A fusion of Swedish and compression techniques helps pump fresh blood throughout the body, iron out knots, and send stress to military reform schools. Oil infuses the uppermost layers of skin with rich moisture, and trigger-point therapy routs chronic pain from hideouts in the soft tissue. Refreshed limbs leave the table feeling as long and loose as the Man with No Name's poncho.
Salon 2020 is home of the $20 hairstyle and the $50 extensions. We believe that hair should be maintained professionally and consistently, that is why we offer packages to accommodate our clients. At Salon 2020, you will receive a great style at 1/2 the price.
It's easy to relax at Savvy Spa and Wellness. That has everything to do with the staff, which is made up of licensed aestheticians and Aveda Institute alumni. And their expertise knows no boundaries bodywide, with treatments that include everything from facials and corrective skin care to waxing and cosmetic upgrades. Waxing is available for men and women, with a Virgin Brazilian Waxing service too: it helps first-timers ease into the process. Brow tinting and eyelash extensions are also in demand, making anyone more attractive between the ears.
Aesthetician and massage therapist Liliane Weinrob's career spans more than three decades and two countries. The French native began her career in Paris, where she became a specialist in lymphatic drainage massage––a method designed to reduce excess fluid in the tissues and bring relief to swelling and tightness. In 1981, Liliane's journey took her to Washington D.C., where she spent the next 15 years studying physical and massage therapy and working as a skin care consultant for several established beauty companies, plastic surgeons, and dermatologists. By 1996, she was ready to combine her talents into one venture and so she opened her own skin and body therapy studio, where she's been tending to her client's inner and outer well-being ever since.
Inside her cozy suite at the Van Ness Archstone Building, Liliane breathes life into dull complexions using advanced skincare services, such as microcurrent therapy and chemical peels, and European-made products by Sothys and Dr. Eckenstein. Lymphatic drainage techniques play an important role in everything from massage to facials, which incorporate the tissue-renewing movements into a regime that includes cleansing, vegetable peels, aromatherapy steam, and extractions. Once muscles are relaxed and faces have been restored to their pre-pie fight radiance, Liliane moves on to other aesthetic enhancements such as eyelash and eyebrow tinting or hair removal for both face and body.