Versailles Salon and Day Spa's skilled veteran stylist Monica deftly cuts, colors, and creatively sculpts hairdos of virtually any style in a warm, stress-melting atmosphere. Put a smile on your hair with a thorough cleansing, courtesy of Redken, Kenra, and other professional products. Gentle shampoo suds selectively eliminate impurities without stripping strands of essential oils, while conditioners moisturize and detangle locks to discourage ospreys and other avian nesters (shampoo set $25; conditioner treatment $35). Subtle surface highlights shower hair in summery radiance ($65), and color and gloss treatments ($85) flatter features and frame faces like halos woven from silky rays of sunlight and children’s laughter.
At Restoration Chiropractic's Tracy location, Doctor of Chiropractic Kyle Bills helps patients maintain long-term health and well-being with a focus on promoting healthy nervous systems, balanced diets, regular exercise, and positive attitudes. Dr. Bills began his career in chiropractic helping to heal our country's veterans at the Dallas VA Medical Center, eventually embarking on years of advanced research and study in exercise physiology, and functional neurology. At Restoration Chiropractic, the good doctor puts his expertise to use, helping patients recover from injury or manage chronic pain with spinal decompressions, soothing massage, x-rays, and physical therapy.
At Premier Life Massage, the team members are not interested in temporary fixes when it comes to their patients’ health. Through their treatments, they strive to relieve pain with long-term holistic solutions, whether they are realigning the spine with chiropractic adjustments, kneading muscles with various massage styles, or facilitating systemic well-being with nutrition programs. Massages can be tailored based on an initial 10-minute, one-on-one consultation with a doctor. Patients can also work with Dr. Lance Stromberg, D.C., who may recommend x-rays and a posture assessment to improve on their next massage–techniques much less insulting than asking the patient if he or she has ever starred in The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
Serenity Massage molds aching, tense bodies into a more pacified state; its experienced therapists are able to relieve chronic aches and everyday pains. Amid water fountains and tranquil music, one of Serenity's licensed muscle manipulators will untie tricky knots faster than a jilted balloon-animal artist. Choose from a cornucopia of trapezius-tickling treatments, such as the Swedish massage, which ousts muscle pain with an angry yet organized mob of kneading, rolling, vibrating, and tapping hand movements. Or heal muscles repetitively strained from smuggling medicine balls to imprisoned bodybuilders with the forceful deep-tissue massage. Meanwhile, the sports massage focuses its attention on preventing injury in active athletic bodies.
Mimosa Spa Salon takes its name from the mimosa flower, whose beautiful pink and violet blooms signify the arrival of spring. Similarly, the salon and spa incorporates nature into much more than its name. Expert stylists such as Alyshia Brown use high-quality products during haircuts and colors. Meanwhile, spa staffers wax away unwanted hair, massage tense muscles, and trim nails on the hands and feet.
Licensed aesthetician and manicurist Sylvia Chavez boosts the health and appearance of skin with facials customized to meet each client's specific needs. She can tailor skincare to men, women, and teens, treating a wide variety of skin types, from oily to dry to potato. With waxing services, Chavez transforms sparse or bushy brows into perfectly arched designs to complement individual face shapes. She also pampers hands and feet with natural nail services and attacks acne or wrinkles with chemical peels.