A certified massage therapist, Jamie Faria performs multiple modalities and services designed to heal and detox the body. Jamie’s relaxation massages soothe muscles, while athletic and deep-tissue massages can more easily target specific issues and improve the body’s future performance, be it in playing football or running from a ref who claims massage tables don’t belong on a football field. Alternatively, she also offers spray-tanning services as well as detox body wraps and ear-candling sessions, which use aromatic lavender candles.
Though she specializes in classic Swedish massage, massage therapist Alix Clausen is trained in both Western and Eastern styles of bodywork, allowing her to bring unique insight when treating each client's unique aches and pains. Improved circulation, lessened tension, and decreased stress levels are just a few of the benefits clients can expect to experience after one of her pampering sessions, which often begin with a foot soak and scrub for added relaxation.
Nancy Contreras?s specialty is evident by the name of her business?Nails by Nancy. She tends to keratin sheets with a gentleness usually reserved for petting a sleeping tiger. Her tools, including a nail file and buffing pad, ready fingernails for an application of regular or long-lasting Shellac polish in a rainbow of hues.
Clients? fingernails double as tiny canvases for the nail technicians to flex their creative talents at Allure Salon. They can paint almost anything, including snowmen, mustaches, tiny footballs, and the first 30 digits of pi. The rest of the salon?s staff focuses on haircuts, facials, and ear piercings.
Men, women, and children all spend some time in the salon chair that Kalli helms at La Ti Da Salon. The stylist trims bangs, shaves necklines, and cuts layers into hair. She also bestows strands with new color that correlates to seasons or purses.