Beauty & Spas in Superior


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  • Love and Light Holistic Health Services
    Though Amy Granger and Kathryn Brooks are trained in different areas of holistic healthcare—Amy is a colon hydrotherapist and Kathryn is a reiki master and iridologist—they share a common goal: to support the body’s natural healing processes. At Love and Light Holistic Health Services, they team up to achieve this goal with a number of alternative treatments. Amy draws on her vast knowledge to flush out toxins lodged in the intestinal tract during colon hydrotherapy treatments. To ensure a comfortable experience, she incorporates relaxing aromatherapy into each hour-long session, and may call on acupressure and energy work as necessary. For another dose of detoxification, guests can sit back and enjoy ionic foot baths. These soothing treatments use electrically charged water to release toxins through the feet, so you’ll never have to ruin another radio by taking it into the bathtub with you.
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    721 Front St, Unit B
    Louisville, CO US
  • Intho Massage Therapy, LLC
    Signature Service: Integrative orthopedic massage Brands Used: Biotone Established: 2012 Reservations/Appointments: Required Staff Size: 1 person Parking: Street Parking Pro Tip: Please complete the intake form before your appointment and bring it with you to maximize treatment time.
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    700 Front Street
    Louisville, CO US
  • Embodywork
    Embodywork is a private practice offering safe, nurturing, and inspired care to those challenged with chronic or acute pain. The head therapist is trained in a variety of massage and bodywork specialties which she uses to facilitate overall health for clients in addition to relieving stress and supporting injury rehabilitation.
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    1017 E. South Boulder Rd
    Louisville, CO US
  • Look Good Feel Better Spa and Salon
    New Moon Salon & Spa?a full-service day spa?lives up to its name with relaxing nail, massage, and skincare services that rejuvenate bodies and minds. Nail techs keep hands and feet chip-free for up to two weeks with CND Shellac, or hydrate digits with nourishing almond oil during traditional mani-pedis. More than 10 massage modalities call on hot towels and stones to help loosen tight muscles, as essential oils infused with the scent of cedarwood, wild thyme, or eucalyptus instill a sense of calm. The staff also dolls up faces with permanent-makeup applications and uses wax to subtract unwanted hairs and solve tricky arithmetic tattoos.
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    700 Front St
    Louisville, CO US
  • Transformative Touch Massage Therapy
    Established: 1999 Reservations/Appointments: Required Handicap Accessible: No Staff Size: 1 person Parking: Free street parking Most popular service: Massage therapy Brands Used: Organic Lotus Touch massage oil, 5 Element essential oils Pro Tip: Come prepared to relax, heal, and rejuvenate. Q&A with Sue Schmidt, Massage Therapist Do you offer your customers any extra perks? I offer a free massage session in the month of your birthday, if you have a current set of nine sessions with me. I also offer discounted prices on holidays, and for buying sets of massages. What is one fun, unusual fact about your business? I am also a yoga instructor, which makes me uniquely able to offer poses and stretches to help the body heal. What steps do you take to make your clients feel at ease? I greet all clients personally. My office is clean and attractive?I've been told it feels peaceful and cozy. Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover? I offer a combination of shiatsu, deep-tissue, and energy healing, all in one session.
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    353 W Sycamore Ln
    Louisville, CO US
  • Salt Spa
    Salt Spa is operated by Dr. Nita Desai, a family physician, holistic medical doctor, and certified Ayurvedic practitioner who believes that halotherapy is as therapeutic as it is relaxing. It's certainly the latter: clients laze upon adjustable lounge chairs in the halotherapy cave, meditating or even napping as soft music plays in the dimly lit space. As they rest, their lungs absorb salted air, the purpose of which is to encourage mucus production and cilia function in order to expel pollens, viruses, and toxins from the body. The removal of stagnant mucus is also said to soften the effects of many chronic conditions, including asthma, sinusitis, allergies, and hay fever. The source of this therapeutic air is the two tons of salt that cover the walls and floor of the cave, plus the halogenerator, a device that grinds the compound into a dry aerosol that circulates throughout the room on tiny helicopters.
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    333 South Boulder Road
    Louisville, CO US

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