Licensed massage therapist Benita Brown uses the power of touch to alleviate pain and promote relaxation. Using Swedish, deep-tissue, and relaxation massage techniques, she deftly kneads away knots and dispels tension, whether performing massages at her studio, or at her client's home or favorite bus stop.
Most Popular Service: Deep-tissue massage
Brands Used: Vegan massage cream and doTERRA Essential Oils
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Amanda S. Baker, the licensed massage therapist who lends her name to Massages by Amanda, brings her ability to quell stress wherever her job takes her. She works with businesses to provide employees with a much-needed break, massaging muscles strained from sitting in office chairs and hurling printers out the window. When a client doesn't have their own space to work in, Amanda can arrange an appointment in a chiropractic office.
The certified professionals at Uptown Hair Studio and Day Spa pamper bodies from hair to toenail with a multitude of spa services. Dissident hairs unable to answer simple trivia questions can be extradited to their second life in a rubbish bin thanks to a selection of facial waxing services.
The whirl of hair dyers and friendly chatter fills the hairstylists? work area inside Diversite Salon and Day Spa. Stylists cut hair into new modern 'dos and apply hair-coloring techniques, such as an ombre effect or highlights that change to lowlights during thunderstorms. The spa half of the business relaxes patrons with soothing massages and spray tan sessions.
Beat means a number of things to beauty expert Amber Smith. It's an industry term for applying makeup, and also contains the first letters of her own business philosophy: Beautify, Encourage, and Awesomely Transform. With this as her guide, she uses heated wax, eyelash extensions, and an array of pigments to enhance clients' natural beauty.