Exquisite Salon and Spa maintains a sleekly clean interior that makes for a tranquil ambience. The 6,000-square-foot spa features crisp, white walls and white leather salon chairs. Different treatment rooms are furnished with plush beds or comfortable colon hydrotherapy beds that flush toxins from the body.
The comprehensive menu of services breaks down into three sections: salon, spa, and medical. While the salon tends to hair needs and the spa rejuvenates skin and weary muscles, the medical side of Exquisite offers permanent makeup, laser hair removal, and teeth whitening—but it's extra if you're a dolphin and have 250 teeth. Medical aesthetics treatments include sclerotherapy to get rid of veins and Botox to get rid of wrinkles.
Pantip Moungkan is a well-traveled gal. After graduating from Denver School of Massage Therapy, she ventured to Bangkok, Thailand for continued bodywork education in Thai massage. Now in the comfort of her own Jantala studio, Pantip can use what she’s learned to sideline a multitude of chronic aches. Clients may solicit the studio’s signature Thai massage for a blend of yoga stretching and acupressure or tackle lower-layer distress with trigger-point and deep-tissue techniques.
Although RockSalt Spa offers various types of massage including Thai and LeStone, its signature and unique treatment is salt therapy. Also known as halotherapy, salt therapy creates an anti-inflammatory environment that is beneficial to those suffering from allergies and other respiratory problems. During 45-minute sessions in a salt-therapy room, clients simply breathe in the micronized salt air which helps clear out bacteria, excess mucus, and any Legos they may have inhaled as a child. The therapy has been credited for relieving various ailments of the lungs; it may even help treat bronchitis, sinus infections, and ear infections.
Ashleigh Bouziden was only 18 years old when she graduated from massage school and opened her own practice. Now in operation for more than a decade, Ashleigh employs a diverse team of massage therapists—with specialties ranging from reflexology and deep-tissue techniques—alongside reiki healing specialists and a pair of passionate yoga instructors. Clients are also free to solicit Ashleigh for a private session, in which she can draw on her expertise in bodywork subcategories such as neuromuscular therapy and structural kinesiology.