The aestheticians at Beauty Connections Spa in Uniontown work to leave clients feeling rejuvenated and looking and feeling their best. This full-service spa offers age-defying facials, airbrush tanning and makeup, and waxing. Each service occurs in one of the private, uniquely decorated treatment rooms, one of which is themed around Marilyn Monroe. Both men and women are clients at Beauty Connections Spa—whose goal is glowing, healthy skin for everyone.
Before helming Majestic Massage, massage practitioner Dan fell off a roof and shattered his leg, altering his life path and exposing him to the wonders of physical therapy and massage therapy. Dan left the experience with newfound knowledge and an appreciation of recovery—an appreciation that drove him to become a therapist himself, helping others relax and shed stress, tension, and unwelcome shoulder-perched parrots.
At Chaney's Natural, revitalizing the body is about more than muscle manipulation. Of course, the massage team commands an array of hands-on modalities designed to ease pain and promote relaxation, including Swedish massage, trigger-point therapy, and even energy-based reiki sessions. But the studio goes beyond outer relaxation by offering nutritional counseling services and mind-centering activities such as yoga classes, drum circles, and posing really hard riddles. Chaney's spans two locations and its Monongahela office is completely handicap-accessible, down to its wheelchair-friendly hydraulic massage bed.
Trendz the salon spa owner Alana Ficco holds licensing in nail care, skincare, management, and teaching, all of which qualifies her to lead a team of beauty professionals who groom nails, knead out tension, and cleanse skin. Perhaps a particular highlight of the team's service menu is the wide range of body treatments; there are a dozen distinct masks and wraps, including a cocoa bean scrub and a Caribbean therapy treatment infused with the Aveda skincare products the spa favors.
The spa also hosts a beauty boutique stocked with jewelry, shoes, and handbags. The boutique's bath bombs allow guests to indulge at home, and its supply of soaps that look like cupcakes thwarts people who make a living selling stolen desserts to the mafia.