Salon 2020 is home of the $20 hairstyle and the $50 extensions. We believe that hair should be maintained professionally and consistently, that is why we offer packages to accommodate our clients. At Salon 2020, you will receive a great style at 1/2 the price.
The specialists at Balanced Body Massage Group cleanse large intestines of accumulated waste and toxins during colon-hydrotherapy treatments. A three-stage filtration system and disposable hoses gently circulate water, which dislodges and washes away pollutants in conjunction with a light massage and the congressional subcommittee on waste. Throughout the 45-minute session, the hydrotherapist will fine-tune water pressure and temperature to keep clients comfortable over the course of several fills and releases. After the cleanse, bodies often have an easier time processing foods and experience less fatigue and bloating. Clients can pair treatments with the aqua chi, an ionic foot spa soak that draws out toxins through the soles and restores equilibrium better than a nap on a balance beam.
Guests pass by the ArtIz Gallery Lounge’s walls adorned with the work of local artists before entering The Art Spa, where they benefit from the expertise of licensed aesthetician Ms. Cherie. In addition to three types of facials, she and her team expertly remove unwanted hair as painlessly as possible during more than 25 waxing treatments. To beautify blinks, she applies eyelash extensions using both flares and individual lashes.
On a quiet, brick-lined street on Capitol Hill, the main relaxation room at Creative Hands Massage is calm and quiet, as nimble fingers harmonize physical and emotional wellness within private chambers. Massage therapist Ailie Ham oversees skin and holistic wellness therapies, which begin with cups of hot tea to awaken the senses and give droopy pinkie fingers a lift. Aestheticians reach for the spa's signature skin tonics, and bodywork practitioners work in tandem with aromatic organic oils, warm and cool stones, or acupuncture needles to release tension and restore balance. Two blocks east in Union Station, emissaries of relaxation deliver pay-by-the-minute chair massages to prevent the stream of commuters and visitors from winding into a Gordian knot. Click here to see more of Creative Hands.
From prestigious locales such as the University Club to the tranquil environs of MassageWorks DC, LLC, licensed massage therapist Robert Hawkins has relieved stress and injuries with Swedish, deep-tissue, and pregnancy massages. He also uses special techniques to treat jaw pain and headaches, and he performs lypossage treatments so that clients can reshape their figures without undergoing invasive surgeries or using baggage claims as treadmills.