Hotlines Beauty Salon’s stylists and nail technicians lavish digits and head threads with beautifying services ranging from haircuts to mani-pedis to ear piercing. OPI, Star, and CND shellac polishes star in manicures and signature pedicures such as the shellac glitter pedicure, which can turn toes into tiny disco balls for up to one month. Wielding Pureology and Redken products, hairstylists tint lackluster locks with fresh color, impose permed curls on pin-straight strands, and rearrange follicles into stylish coifs to beautify heads for weddings, proms, or jury duties.
The technicians at Sultry Skin Spa rejuvenate, tighten, and slim bodies with noninvasive, modern technology. A roster of facials and chemical peels helps erase the signs of aging, and medical-grade lasers blast away unwanted hair from legs and bowls of soup. The Mabel Plus machine strives not only to firm up lax skin but also to smooth out cellulite with radio-frequency (RF) energy. The Luvitra device sculpts problem areas by deflating fat cells with ultrasonic energy.
Nailing a job interview, taking a spiritual retreat, and heading out for a night with friends—these disparate activities all work to boost one’s Oola. Fun to say and satisfying to achieve, you attain Oola when several core factors of your life are thriving. Oola might mean that you’re feeling good about your fitness level, finances, career, faith, or relationship with your family, friends, and ant-farm residents. The folks at Oola hope to boost Oola levels nationwide by helping their clients map out their life’s goals and how they will go about achieving them. The service also boosts Oola quotients by introducing their members to cool businesses and offering discounts on services including massages, fitness, and mani-pedis.
From its location within Peak Health Clinic, Healing Balance Massage helps people feel their best through massage therapy. Its staff targets physical problems that prevent overall wellness with a variety of massage modalities that prevent pain, muscle spasms, and stress.
Krista Call's passion for massage therapy started as an interest in aromatherapy. She has used essential oils for the past 24 years, choosing, for example, lavender oil for bug bites, tea-tree oil for its cleansing effects, and peppermint for allergic reactions to reindeer. Eventually she began receiving reflexology treatments at the location where she bought her oils, which made her realize how crucial the mind-body connection is to health. She became a licensed massage therapist, desiring to share massage's myriad physical and emotional benefits with others.
At Soothing Days Massage Therapy, Call specializes in therapeutic Swedish and prenatal sessions and gently heats towels or stones to enhance circulation and relaxation. She loosens muscles at spa parties and bridal showers and can also travel to offices or sporting events to perform chair massages.
After graduating from the Ogden Institute of Massage, Melissa Mower practiced her craft in spas and chiropractic offices alike. Today, she brings the skills she honed in those contrasting environments to her very own studio. Mower prides herself on the open communication environment that she cultivates with her clients, whose massage "wants" are just as important to her as their massage "needs." She addresses these issues and more with bodywork from modalities that include deep-tissue, Swedish, sports, and trigger-point massage. During hot-stone massages, Mower soothes deep-seated pain with carefully placed simmering rocks; during infant massage, she eases youthful discomfort by placing babies on clients' sore backs.