Beauty Bar serves up a complete menu of refreshing services for the entire body, and the Love and Good Fortune spa package lets clients taste test an assortment. The blissful beauty bundle features four eastern-inspired treatments, concluding with hot tea and a light lunch. To commence your fret-free escape, a master mollycoddler will show you to your own cozy, quiet nook where high-tech air filters turn air-born tension into completely safe giggle gas. During your 45-minute Shirodhara treatment, a special blend of therapeutic liquids will be poured over your forehead, promoting deep relaxation. This holistic healing practice was originally developed in India and is used to treat a variety of conditions, including sinusitis, allergies, neurological disorders, memory loss, insomnia, hearing impairment, and more. Once the interior of your noggin is nice and noodly, your exterior noggin noodles will be shampooed and blow-dried. Next, sit back while your toes soak in a warm limoncello milk bath during a 60-minute Steamin' Stones pedicure, followed by a thorough scrubbing and warm-stone foot and leg massage. An additional 15 minutes in the massage chair will lift any leftover worries and Thetans from your shoulders.
Ultimate treats guests to stress-dissolving and beauty-boosting treatments with a range of spa services. As knobby-muscled clients lay stress on a thickly cushioned bed, a licensed massage therapist releases restlessness with either therapeutic or deep-tissue techniques, depending on individual needs. Slow strokes and firm finger force convince contracted muscles to morph their pesky pretzely knots into soft Silly Putty spheroids. During the mani-pedi fingers and toes get groomed, pampered, and brushed with any OPI nail color of choice. During daylight hours, soft light effuses through the massage studio's shaded tall windows, warming the rosy walls with a red-wine blush. Salon-goers can book the services back-to-back or prolong pampering with two separate sessions.
Esprés Nails and Spa’s massage therapists melt away tension using Swedish, deep-tissue, hot-stone, prenatal, shiatsu, foot-massage or reiki techniques. Spagoers who choose the first option feel smooth, flowing strokes sweep over tense feet, relaxing tendons drawn taut after too many games of beach racquetball. 20-minute detoxifying ionic foot baths then soothe feet when negative ions dive into warm water and lie in wait under the waves to drag toxins out of toes.
Janelle Poitinger realized her life's purpose when a close family member was battling cancer. Janelle saw how much massage helped that person cope with her tremendous struggle, and wondered how rewarding it would be to help others ease physical pain and emotional stress through massage therapy. Janelle earned her massage-therapist license from the Ohio State medical board in 1997, and she’s since dedicated herself to helping clients relax from the tension and aches of everyday life.
Janelle customizes her massages to the needs of each individual. As she works, she pays close attention to clients’ feedback and how their bodies respond to the treatment before adjusting her techniques accordingly. After her massages, clients leave the office feeling more relaxed, energetic, and focused. In order to stay at the top of her game, Janelle regularly attends continuing-education classes and keeps her hands strong by challenging bodybuilders to thumb wars. Outside the office, clients might spot her riding her scooter around town or trying out new hobbies, such as golf.
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