Massage therapist Lorelle Quast draws her menu of 15 therapies from healing traditions across the world. Inside her office, muscle knots might yield to the relaxing kneads of a Swedish massage or the yoga-like stretches of a Thai one. Quast also draws from Far-Eastern medical traditions for holistic therapies, including energy-balancing reiki and oriental bodywork designed to promote the body's flow of chi. Specialized massage styles target the unique stresses and strains of athletes, pregnant women, and office workers hunched over from being forced to carry the company anvil on their shoulders all day.
With more than 300 gel nail colors at their disposal, the nail technicians at Venus Nails are well-prepared to primp fingers and toes or make an entire freeway look like a rainbow. Along with gel manicures, pedicures, and polish changes, they beautify hands and feet with acrylic sets, plus regular and deluxe mani-pedis. Complementing their digit work, the team's brow, lip, or chin waxing rids faces of unwanted hair.
At Out on A Limb Massage, visitors can shed stress while smoothing out back tension with their choice of a 90-minute deep-tissue or relaxation massage or a CranioSacral Therapy session that lasts up to two hours. Performed by massage therapist Cheryl Martin, each massage modality helps melt away accumulated stress. A deep-tissue massage ($105) uses focused stimulation to treat high-stress areas and results in a balanced body, and a relaxation massage ($105) uses smooth, flowing strokes to improve circulation, range of movement, and relieve muscular tension. CranioSacral Therapy ($125) allows fully clothed participants to strengthen their natural healing mechanism with extremely light-touch stimulation during a session that lasts up to two hours. Along with healing physically, customers will be able to recharge mentally and emotionally while relaxing in Out on A Limb's serene, welcoming atmosphere. Jettison invasive stress from your soul ship with today’s side deal to Out on A Limb Massage.
At UR FabuLash, licensed lash tech Dina uses Lavish Lashes to give eyes more oomph, enhancing length and thickness to lashes and eliminating the need for mascara. To achieve that fuller look, Dina applies lashes one-by-one to the upper eyelid, and—for an even more voluminous appearance—she can add extensions to the lower lashes, as well.
The licensed massage therapists at Massage Advantage dote on visitors with a slew of custom massage techniques, including Swedish, prenatal, and deep tissue. Armed with warm blankets and a credo to respect patients' privacy, therapists begin each 30- or 60-minute session with a discussion on clients' specific aches and ailments. Therapists can also haul their equipment to office buildings for workplace chair massages that help reinvigorate fatigued employees or stressed-out water coolers during 5–15 minute stints. Each succession of kneads is designed to alleviate stress, muscles soreness, and various medical conditions, such as high blood pressure.
Though each of Sanctuary Salonspa's four locations offers more than 100 services, clients should not feel overwhelmed. That's because the salon's stylists and aestheticians help clients to determine which treatments they need most. The staffers may recommend an Aveda hair treatment to restore balance to frizzy hair and dry scalps with essential oils. Or they might point to one of Sanctuary's eight facials, each of which are customized to the client's skin type to ensure the complexion shines brighter than a glowworm walking away from an explosion in slow motion. Clients can also enjoy eight types of massage, applications of a gel polish that resists chipping for up to 10 days, and a detoxifying body treatment that consists of a seaweed mask and a steam treatment.