Tammy Dean knows a little bit about the demands we put on our bodies. Before opening Massage by Tammy, she served in the US Navy for 20 years. Upon reentering civilian life she enrolled in massage school, earned her massage therapist's license, and continues to contribute to the welfare of the general population. But instead of serving the country she now serves the muscles. Tammy tailors each session to the needs of her clients, and may incorporates techniques from trigger-point therapy and advanced stretching.?She offers relaxation massage for those with frayed nerves and stress, and deep-tissue massage to allay physical issues such as tension, chronic pain, or knots in the muscles that are tighter than a tightrope walker's shoelaces.
Voted by the Nickolodeon Parents' Picks Awards as San Antonio's Best Kids' Hair Salon in 2009 and 2010, Sharkey's combines skilled scissoring with interactive games, lighted dressing rooms, and whimsical barber chairs within a vibrant, engaging atmosphere. Similar to vintage drive-thru salons, kids awaiting treatment can watch DVDs or play video games on personal flat screens while resting in miniature motorcycles, purple Barbie Jeeps, and sparkling Mercedes Benzes. A Sharkey's kids' cut ($18.95) gussies girls with a shampoo, haircut, wet style, hair clip, glitter star, balloon, and lollipop. Meanwhile, dapper lads get washed, chopped, gel styled, candied, ballooned, and tattooed with a temporary decal. Call ahead for an appointment, and to reserve your child's chosen chair.
Dr. Moiz Tajkhanji?s medical career took him from Mumbai, India all the way to Boston and Virginia, where he completed his residency and earned the role of Chief Resident of Family Practice. Desiring to take a more patient-centered approach to healthcare, he started his own practice in San Antonio, where he now cares for families with services that range from annual health exams and sleep studies to laser hair removal and Botox injections.
Toepperwein Family Practice and Wellness Center?s 7,000-square-foot clinic features an onsite lab, bone density testing, and separate waiting rooms for adults and kids. The aesthetic treatment rooms boast the latest skincare equipment including an AccentXL laser and a digital skin analysis system, which uses advanced technology to uncover hidden sun damage, pigmentation, and ACT answers. Aestheticians also reach for Revision and SkinCeutical products as they perform customized facials or reduce the appearance of hyperpigmentation with IPL sessions.
Knockouts Haircuts for Men amps up the classic barbershop experience with a lavish, sports-themed approach to men's styling that has been featured on Today and CNBC's The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch. At a still-growing number of locations throughout the country, the company's all-female staff of stylists quarterbacks a full playbook of services ranging from bare-essential to spa-worthy. First and foremost, they clip shaggy locks, but they also administer facials, manicures, massages, and waxes. Complimentary beverages are included with every visit, giving patrons something to sip on while watching a sports game on TV or contemplating how they would fend off a lion using just a comb.
Claudia Salon & Spa relaxes and revamps every inch of the human body with a variety of pampering head-to-toe services. Vanquish visage villains with an array of facials that rejuvenate and freshen faces, like a spray of Pledge across a newly hewn wooden canoe. The 75-minute deep pore-cleansing facial ($85) ventures deep into the pits of derm despair to extract dirt, grime, and blemish behemoths. The 30-minute ionic footbath ($40) extracts from the opposite end, claiming to pull toxins and heavy metals from the body using positive charges and extended guitar solos. Treat toes to a deluxe pedicure complete with a mask and hot towels ($45), or betray finger preference with a deluxe manicure and paraffin treatment ($25).