Because alternative healing was a fundamental source of medical care for her and her family, Maria Josephine Cavanah has dedicated her professional career to practicing holistic healing techniques on others. These days, as a licensed, hands-on therapeutic practitioner, she relaxes sore muscles and stiff necks with seven massage techniques, each customized around the needs of her clients. Maria applies pressure to meridian lines during Thai massages, relieves aches and pains in pregnant women during prenatal sessions, and practices skipping rocks over tense muscles with hot-stone massages. Along with massages, Massage 2B Fit's extensive salon-style services pamper visitors with sunless tanning, hydrotherapy baths, and microdermabrasion treatments.
Before moving to California 14 years ago, Kristine Marcey worked as a professional makeup artist in the fashion industry and she also worked as an educator for Rhonda Allison Skincare. But today, this Licensed Aesthetician and California certified massage therapist owns and operates KM Skin & Body Solutions. Opening her own business has given Kristine the opportunity to share her knowledge with clients. And her spa offers scrubs, deep chemical peels, microdermabrasions, and facial waxes to benefit skin conditions, including hyperpigmentation, rosacea, acne, sun damage, and photoaging.
From Cristiany's stage within West Coast Cuts and Colors, the licensed cosmetologist lavishes her clients with glamorous star power through an array of eye-centric treatments. Certified by Lavish Lashes, Cristiany draws on industry training to dramatically accentuate eyes with full sets of lash extensions.
From her serene body shop within Baxter’s Salon, Aggie's Body Repair's certified muscle mechanic, Agneta Kemmerer, revitalizes sluggish soul-carriages with soothing massage strokes born in her native Sweden. Flagging physiques reach maximum potentials amid white walls and cloud-dappled ceilings as Aggie tackles troublesome stresses with 90 minutes of flowing fingerwork, gliding over uptight dermises, kneading overextended sinews back into alignment, and tapping out Morse code exhortations to oxygen-hungry circulatory systems. After basking in the Swedish massage’s tension-taming powers, freshly rejuvenated patients can go about their daily lives with greater flexibility than gelatin-wrestling slinkies. Call in advance to book an appointment.
Within Studio Bijoux, Christine Miller stands at her styling station, deftly wielding scissors and haircare products as she revamps head topiary. Music permeates the air, soothing away workday stress and inspiring clients to sing out their aesthetic visions as they sip complimentary coffee or espresso. Christine draws upon Goldwell semipermanent colors to re-hue headscapes, and her training in styles both classic and contemporary help her sculpt a fitting 'do for any face shape and lifestyle. After a clip and rinse, Belmaster hair driers wait to purge strands of excess water in 10 minutes, readying tresses to weigh-in for featherweight boxing matches.
The staff at Soft Tissue Solutions renovates skinscapes with a form of therapy known as endermologie, a noninvasive treatment that aims to reduce excessive skin-folds and subdermal blubber. During any of the three options included in this deal, the endermologie zamboni vibrates and massages meddlesome areas to dissipate cellulite, stimulate face-tautening collagen, and shrink or eliminate scar tissue from C-sections, diabetes injections, and more. Cellulite removal melts away fat by stimulating lipolysis, and the noninvasive facelift employs the LPG Lift's gentle wand to metabolize facial cells, boost the production of collagen and elastin, and ease out wrinkles the way an oak tree eases out the carved initials of two star-crossed young lovers. Gnarled scars may be reduced or eliminated in scar-tissue therapy, which unpinches nerves and boosts circulation. Each of these options includes a 50% discount on the infrared sauna, where the recently kneaded simmer serenely, improve their immune systems, and vaporize worries about what color to paint the volcano.