The spa treatments at Lily Laser and Beauty have a far-reaching eclecticism. Take, for instance, the 4G facial. Using lasers, this 20-minute treatment can diminish break outs and firm skin. Lily's technicians also enlist lasers—Soprano machines, to be exact—to remove unwanted hair. Compared to other laser systems, the Soprano causes a low level of discomfort, thanks in particular to the DualChill tool that keeps the skin cool. But it still removes unwanted hair quickly and thoroughly. In addition to laser-powered treatments, beautifiers can also perform massage and waxing with a soy-based product, ultherapy, botox, filler, and professional teeth whitening.
Jack Gann boasts more than 25 years in the massage industry and specializes in Esalen massage. This style combines passive joint exercises, deep structural work, and a gentle rocking of the body to bring it back into alignment. Aside from alleviating aches, this treatment has been known to energize and balance the body, and is decidedly more effective that simply giving clients some coffee and asking them to hold a sack of bricks with one hand.
A graduate of the Pennsylvania School of Muscle Therapy, owner and operator Lauren Nelson leads a team of three other muscle therapists, Amy, Brendan, and Linda, as they turn down tension levels and subdue stress at Touch of Health Massage Therapy. Therapeutic, sports, myofascial, Swedish, reiki, shiatsu, and hot-stone massages are all key players in the team's quest to relax the body and relieve tension by quieting tight muscle bands and their incessant rock 'n' roll music. Beyond using massage to treat maladies ranging from fibromyalgia and arthritis to sports injuries and carpal tunnel syndrome, Lauren also completed a muscle-therapy course at Hofstra University with a focus on oncology, allowing her to address the particular therapeutic needs of clients with cancer.