Nail technician Tina Saucedo welcomes customers to Leisure Time Day Spa for nail services such as manicures and silk nail wraps. At the spa and salon, customers also find a range of services from waxing and facial treatments to massages and haircuts.
Cheryl Moffat uses massage therapy and energy work to help her clients heal from injuries, chronic pain, and excessive stress. The licensed massage therapist customizes massage sessions to focus on the needs of each client, which can often be resolved with the popular Swedish and deep-tissue techniques. When a more specialized modality is needed, Cheryl turns to trigger-point therapy, which uses the application of pressure on specific spots to alleviate pain. She also offers reiki sessions to bring harmony to the body?s systems and relieve anxiety, as well as foot reflexology treatments.
At Massage to the Maxx, clients can enjoy a full regimen of therapeutic treatment-based bodywork and fitness. From deep-tissue sessions to sports massage to medical massage, the suite is a destination for anyone in need of some rejuvenation. Of course, massage isn't the only way to ease the body and mind. That's why Massage to the Maxx offers Surfset, a unique one on one fitness session that simulates surfing. Led by licensed Surfset trainer Jacqulyn McDougal, one-on-one training sessions engage large muscle groups and smaller stabilizers alike to create lean, toned physiques.
Silverton Bodywork Clinic uses therapeutic massage to enhance the well-being of its community, all while maintaining a personal touch that places the health of every client above all else. The clinic offers a multitude of massage modalities, including deep tissue, Swedish, and hot stone. In addition to those hands-on treatments, Silverton employs as Native aromatherapy, which fills sessions with wafts of essential oils.
When she isn't paddling a dragon boat down the Willamette River, licensed massage therapist Debra Oden helps her clients navigate the turbulent waters of stress, chronic pain, and injury toward relaxation. She customizes a fresh approach for every patient?drawing from more than 10 years of bodywork experience?whether visitors simply wish to relax or have recently injured themselves attempting to crab-walk up an escalator. To supplement her mastery of Swedish strokes and specialty styles such as pregnancy massage, she holds certifications in shiatsu, deep-tissue, and neuromuscular therapies. This leads to highly flexible wellness plans?guests might stop in for a one-time appointment or schedule recurring sessions that steadily unwind knots of tension. Regardless of the condition she treats, however, Debra's ultimate goal remains the same: to improve her clients? quality of life.
Today, she's a master stylist, but before beauty school, Hali Owens focused on psychology while immersed in a criminal justice curriculum. Since shifting to her true passion, however, she's cultivated a service menu that ranges from bang trims to elaborate wedding updos topped with three-tier cakes. Despite all these choices, Owens advises guests not to get too overwhelmed: "Don?t worry about knowing exactly what you want," she says. "I am glad to help you decide and make the process as easy and stress-free as possible." Customers are able to relax in Owens's chair, knowing they can depend on her 15 years' experience and expert eye to shape and color the perfect hairdo. Her specialties help clients feel their best, and to Owens, that's the best part of the job: "My favorite moment," she says, "is when my client looks in the mirror at the finished look and I can see their confidence rise!"