The team behind Highbridge Tattoo & Laser Tattoo Removal has the real-world experience and clinical knowledge to guide clients through any stage of the tattoo life cycle—from its inception to its laser-based elimination. The skills of seasoned tattoo artists Thomas Alvarado, Sean Crofoot, and Miles Hunsberger combine with those of a pair of tattoo-removal experts, Thomas H. Barrows and Aleksander Nedich, to complete all manner of skin-ink tasks.
Physician Thomas H. Barrows has helped design medical lasers and lectured on laser-skin interactions throughout the world, and laser technician Aleksandar Nedich has 15 years of experience in the tattoo industry, and therefore understands the way ink sits in the skin. The duo previously collaborated to create Northeast Laser Tattoo Removal in Minneapolis. They work directly with the Highbridge Tattoo artists to lighten ink, facilitate a cover-up tattoo, or slide off sleeve tattoos as if they were oiled water wings.
While adept at many modalities, prenatal massage is Cody Schniepp’s main area of interest. The licensed massage therapist enjoys helping pregnant women adjust to life changes, be it the pains of child bearing or child rearing. He also performs infant massage, a method he teaches to help strengthen the parent-child bond.
The stylists at La Rive Salon consult with customers to learn their envisioned hairstyles before lifting a pair of shears. The staff then rely on high-quality products from Moroccanoil, Kenra, and TRI to soothe, tame, and style locks. Their specialties also include hair coloring, make-up, waxing, organic facials, and massage.
Stylist and life-long Twin Cities resident Stephanie Perez honed her skills at the Scot Lewis Paul Mitchell Partner School before setting up shop at The Chair on Fire. Now with eight years of experience, she expertly transforms tresses with cuts, color, or Keratin Complex treatments. Stephanie also directs her attention below the hairline with waxing services, and keeps nails gleaming with bright coats of OPI and CND polish.
Trained massage therapist Sharon Madison incorporates more than 20 years of experience—including time spent working for the University of Minnesota Athletic Division—into each treatment she performs at Heart and Soul Bodywork. Offering custom massage, energy-work, and spa-detox treatments, she is well versed in myofascial-release, trigger-point, and hot-stone therapies as well as acupressure and reflexology. Madison also brings bodies back into balance with the reinvigorating powers of reiki energy work, and sports massages reduce the pain and swelling athletes may experience after doing arm curls with the Stanley Cup.