The Spa at Glenpointe provides fitness and beauty services for all-over health and rejuvenation. The 26,000-square-foot gym is the happy house of individual exercise and personal-training options for members and their children. With more than 50 pieces of computerized cardiovascular equipment, weights, and a heated indoor pool, fitness routines of every variety can be raised and learn to heel at the facility. More than 58 group classes per week cater to interests from yoga to kickboxing, and personal training addresses the needs of exercise newbies and athletic veterans seeking individual attention. Three sessions allow participants to demystify fitness goals and the winding path toward them.
Whether they’re brandishing tools to highlight hair or helping clients remove the unwanted kind, the seasoned team members at Hair & Nails 4 U can help anyone achieve the look they seek. A nail technician buffs fingernails during mani-pedis, enhancing clients' relaxation with add-ons such as warm paraffin dips or carefully laid hot stones. When it comes to hair, stylists artfully snip and color or apply hair treatments such as keratin conditioning. Waxing services give clients control over unwanted fuzz and send a clear message to any of the body’s other hair follicles that were considering growth spurts.
Chandeliers, a stone-front fireplace, and ornately framed mirrors exude elegance inside Moxie Luxe Salon. Located within Riverside Square Mall, the salon's crown molding hugs the cream, pale-green, and purple walls that surround stylists as they cut and color hair. Other beauty services include organic airbrush tans and teeth whitening, which can give you higher visibility while streaking at night.
Zen Massage’s friendly licensed therapists knead muscles back into doughy bliss with 80 minutes of connective strokes. Swedish massage is one of the most popular types of knead, stimulating circulation and reducing emotional and physical stress by melting tense muscles like the sun melts scoops of ice cream. Each massage is customized to patient preferences, so therapists can use light, medium, or firm pressure. Hot stones placed along stressed areas allow for the release of deeply buried tension, while aromatherapy uses blended essential oils to calm the senses. At the close of the massage, therapists wrap customers in hot towels, allowing the sultry heat to melt newly-plied muscles into non-hydrogenated muscle butter.