At Avi Day Spa, fitness experts, facialists, and massage therapists join forces to soothe clients with treatments based on ayurveda––an ancient healing science that aims to bring body, mind, and spirit back into balance. Fifteen different styles of massage, including shiatsu, ashiatsu, and Swedish, help alleviate aches and clear mental fog. Body treatments can include hydrating essential-oil wraps or scrubs made from 40% honey, which helps make the body more receptive to topical oils and herbs and irresistible to cartoon bears. After rejuvenating facials or microdermabrasion, aestheticians also impart long-lasting allure with permanent-makeup services or grace limbs with continual smoothness courtesy of laser hair removal, waxing, or electrolysis.
VM Body and Health goes a step further than most massage centers: its staff offer eight massage classes dedicated to teaching the finer points of specific modalities. But clients can still receive their choice of 10 available styles from both the East and West, reflecting founder Juan Carlos Villanueva’s passion for traditional Chinese medicine. His interest has taken him throughout Asia to study the continent's indigenous bodywork concepts, resulting not only in Asian massage options at his center but also acupressure and reflexology classes that introduce students to the basics of performing each modality. In addition to massage, staff members host classes and lectures on various aspects of whole-body health, including yoga, nutrition, and the hokey pokey.
New to the beauty scene, Mika Hair Salon offers anything but outdated services. A team of experienced technicians look toward the world of high fashion for their inspiration, transforming hair with advanced cutting and coloring techniques and ensuring nails glimmer with bold and beautiful colors. Personalizing each hair and nail service, Mika’s team also tailors massages, facials, and waxing treatments to meet clients’ beauty goals.
Nail ETC II de-scuffs finger-and-toe hardware with a plethora of nail-prettifying services. During the course of one hour, technicians buff toenails and file around the edges, preventing nails from wreaking havoc on your couture bubble-wrap dress. Feet get soaked, sugar scrubbed, smoothed, and covered with a soothing mineral mask. Nail ETC II technicians then cover feet and toes with a hot towel for five to ten minutes. The mask relieves dry skin, aches, and pains, and improves skin elasticity. A custom polish adds a choice of glaze, and in a hot-stone massage with gentle kneading, carefully placed stones soothe feet that are sore from wearing too-tight moon boots.
Dermal Science International (DSI) MedSpa's professional technicians pamper clients with services customized to meet their needs. More than five facials help combat dry skin and signs of aging, and chemical peels—including a TCA orange peel—reduce the appearance of sun damage, hyperpigmentation, and the words someone wrote in permanent marker on your forehead at a party eight years ago. DSI MedSpa’s staff is also equipped to perform microderm and ultrasonic facials.
The staff at Help For Health boosts clients' self confidence and natural beauty with a roster of detoxifying services that promote weight loss and well-being. LipoLaser body sculpting and whole-body vibration sessions can work to contour the body, and lymphatic-drainage therapy and far-infrared saunas encourage the body to secrete toxins through sweat and peer pressure. All treatments are natural and sustainable and come accompanied with a ton of information to keep clients in the know about the services and their own body's natural responses.