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  • relax breathe and heal
    Relax, Breathe and Heal is a full-service beauty spa that aims to relax and refresh its clients in a soothing setting. Brazilian bikini waxes help customers strut confidently in swimsuits and bottom-less formal wear. Meanwhile, muscle-melting deep tissue massages help relieve chronic tension from the entire body. Fingers and toes receive size-appropriate pampering during a spa mani-pedi, while other services include lash tinting, microdermabrasion treatment, and even eyebrow threading.
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    115 W 6th St.
    Tempe, AZ US
  • Courtney Odom Natural Esthetics
    Unless you were secretly cloned by your parents, your face is unique. Thus, proper skin care requires a personalized touch—the kind provided by certified aesthetician Courtney Odom. At the Southwest Institute, she learned to tailor her services to each individual's skin tone and features. These customized treatments—performed in her private studio—vary in intensity, ranging from refreshing facials to microdermabrasions. Clients can also schedule a waxing session to clear away unwanted body hair.
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    944 S Mill Ave.
    Tempe, AZ US
  • Nova Sol Holistic Studio
    Amy Joon doesn?t tie herself down to just one label. Life coach, motivational speaker, and spiritual gangster are just a few of the titles she holds in addition to her role as wellness practitioner. At Nova Sol Holistic Studio, Amy caters to the body and the spirit with a variety of holistic health services. Emotional reflexology, for instance, helps release trapped emotions and stories from the body, while cranial sacral therapy targets the minute bones of the skull to address specific issues. Amy can also help clients lead more meaningful lives with services such as life coaching or hypnosis, or use her cache of natural oils and ingredients to nurture and heal the body.
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    2024 S Mill Ave
    Tempe, AZ US
  • Narande Spa
    Narande Spa wants to know who you are. That's because, due to the diversity of the spa's services, its massage therapists and aestheticians can do a better job when they understand what their clients' lifestyles are like. Case in point: the spa's 15 distinct massage treatments, which range from a golfer’s massage that targets golf-specific muscles to a desert-stone-therapy treatment that removes the cactus prickles that people who don't drink enough water eventually develop. Aestheticians play the same game, choosing from vitamin-C facials and mineral-rich marine water facials, among others, depending on whether they're treating wrinkles, dryness, or another skin woe. The treatments are appealing enough, but small touches make visits to the spa even more enticing. Clients don soft robes and slippers upon arrival, and throughout their treatments, they can munch on food from the Market Cafe—located, like the spa, within The Buttes hotel.
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    2000 West Westcourt Way
    Tempe, AZ US
  • Top of the Rock
    Top of the Rock Restaurant is just that: a restaurant situated atop a butte and delivering jaw-dropping views of the city, the desert, and Camelback Mountain. The food is just as eye-catching though with a Southwestern-inspired menu that includes dishes such as blood orange-glazed marlin and coffee-brined pork tenderloin.
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    2000 West Westcourt Way
    Tempe, AZ US
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