On the Skinny Wrap & Spa runs on the veteran know-how of two eccentric ladies. Owner Karen—former star of VH1's Mob Wives—teams up with Melina—a licensed massage therapist and Army National Guard soldier—to beautify clients with a range of services, from infrared body wraps to hydrotherapy sessions to massage therapy rooted in Swedish, deep-tissue, and LaStone techniques. Other services include facials and photofacials, seaweed body wraps, solar body bronzing, and packages designed to kick stress to the curb so it can befriend stray cats.
Naturopathic Medical practice focusing on acupuncture combined with energy healing for a relaxing treatment. Release stress and set your intention for your healing. Receive an individualized session with aromatherapy and essences of flowers specifically chosen for you to help you on your healing path.
While her clients rest peacefully within her studio, Tranquil Massage & Bodyworks, Jeanette Johns employs a variety of techniques to improve their overall wellness. She can promote relaxation with soothing hot-stone bodywork or relieve long-held lower-layer tension with structural-integration therapy.
The Added Touch's licensed techs help heal bodies from the soul outward with gentle colon hydrotherapies and customized massages. Utilizing only sterile and disposable equipment, The Added Touch's colonics provide a safe and effective means of eradicating built-up bowel waste, from toxins and fecal matter to loitering impaction, as clients recline across a far-infrared treatment mat and fill olfactory cavities with the scent of aromatherapy oils. Customized massages melt away stress and body aches while an on-staff, licensed reflexologist targets specific points of pain by rubbing the heels and toes to the tune of "Chopsticks." Appointments can be scheduled Tuesday–Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., with availability for after-hours sessions.
Led by Doctors of Chiropractic David Merchant and Anthony Gross, a team of chiropractors and licensed massage therapists uses their wellness expertise to help clients prevent injuries and illness. The staff—which includes a certified chiropractic sports physician and clinicians with hundreds of hours of postgraduate training in areas such as neurology, nutrition, and orthopedics—employs the latest physiological therapies and rehabilitation equipment to restore and maintain health. They aim to alleviate pain with spinal-decompression treatments, cold laser light therapy, and four types of therapeutic massage that ease tension built up while waiting to read the last chapter of a mystery novel.
A massage therapist since 1985, Liz Alessi's massage modalities and add-ons clearly inspire repeat visits, as her business's name was suggested by a client who, at the time, had been visiting her for 17 years. She has been treating clients with massage for so long that she now even whips up her own signature massage lotion by blending shea and mango butter with either apricot-kernel, cherry-kernel, or avocado oil. In 2007, she expanded her skill set and became a licensed aesthetician. Liz wanted to learn the skills to revitalize complexions after witnessing firsthand how helpful facials could be. She also calls upon her own personal experience when it comes to administering microcurrent facelifts.