The service menu at Bliss Organic Skin Care & Boutique is ripe with natural ingredients. A brightening facial has goji berries and yogurt, while an anti-aging treatment moisturizes skin with raspberry, peach, and hibiscus. The body rituals integrate more than 45 organic herbs in each, including a pineapple wrap that gets help repairing damaged skin from lavender and geranium oils. Nufree hair removal uses no animal products (that includes wax), though clients also have the option of laser hair removal.
Although massages are administered from the outside, massage therapist Marcy believes that the benefits should go deeper. Whereas deep-tissue massages plumb the musculature to squeeze out toxins and allow the body to flush them out, reflexology triggers specific points on the foot that correspond with parts of the body in order to help heal a range of ailments. In keeping with treating the inside from the outside, Marcy also draws out toxins from the pores of the feet with footbaths and absorbs oil from the skin with facials.
At Club 7 Fitness, members cap an energizing spinning class or sprint round the indoor track with a quick soak in the whirlpool and a sweet treat from the juice bar. The 50,000 square foot club showers patrons with amenities including a spacious cardio deck, full service tanning salon, and chiropractic services. Members sharpen their swing at the racquetball courts, learn to roundhouse kick through tae kwon do classes, or stop by a SPARQ class for sports-specific training to enhance speed, power, and agility.
Experienced stylist Elisa Gharst has mastered a wide range of salon services. Not only does she overhaul unhealthy, overgrown manes with precision haircuts, but she revamps paled hair colors and creates entirely new looks with rich, deep color services. Before styling freshly cut locks into chic, lasting styles, Elisa can also pump up the sleekness of any 'do with vibrant, dimensional highlights.
DeLynn's Place tailors each one-hour deep-tissue massage to the individual client's needs, addressing muscle aches and chronic pain with strong pressure and repetitive strokes. A mixture of invigorating kneading and pinpoint application of pressure targets painful muscular kinks and knots, releasing the achiness and tension accumulated from the stresses of daily life and kangaroo boxing. The deep pressure also stimulates muscles, the lymph system, and blood vessels, encouraging an increase in circulation. With rich, oxygenated blood rushing into previously stifled tissues, the body's own healing systems are invigorated by the delivery of oxygen and the Sunday Times to bored, nutrient-deprived cells.