What does more than three decades in the beauty industry get you? In the case of Beauty Kliniek Aromatherapy Day Spa and Wellness Center's owner Linda-Anne Kahn, it's the satisfaction of knowing more than 150,000 clients have relied on her day spa for makeovers, body-slimming treatments, and days filled with relaxation. Her years as a beauty therapist, aromatherapist, and holistic health practitioner have also given Mrs. Kahn a keen eye on who to select as staff at Beauty Kliniek.
Mrs. Kahn's colleagues all boast impressive resumes in their own right. Every massage therapist has more than 1,000 hours of training, during which they've mastered several modalities, from hot stone massage to Hawaiian massage. Every therapist at Beauty Kliniek has at least 10 years of experience, and every staff member—including nail technicians and hair stylists—participates in continuing education classes and seminars.
Every service includes use of the center's complementary amenities. Hot tea and fresh fruit greet visitors in the relaxation lounge, while the locker room houses a shower, robes, and slippers.
The 8,000 sq. ft. center encompasses a salon and day spa, with separate areas such as mani-pedi thrones and eucalyptus steam rooms.
More than 30 years of experience; all therapists and stylists have more than 10 years of experience.
Relaxing music plays throughout.
77 jets churn water at the hydrotherapy tub
Clients can sign up for the free Beaut-E-Club.
Former Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year award winner Allie T. Mallad opened the first Massage Green Spa in 2008. The concept was simple, but rare: affordable luxury. He believed that even those who don't ride gold limos to gold mansions should reap the benefits of skincare, nailcare, and massage therapy. So, he assembled a team of licensed professionals, housed them in an eco-friendly environment, and let them work their magic. Within five years, Massage Green Spa had spread to more than 470 locations across six states.
The spa’s approach to massage is integrated, intuitive, and informed—in other words, personalized. Massage therapists employ a wide array of modalities during bodywork sessions, with goals ranging from promoting wellness and decreasing stress to alleviating pain and increasing mobility. Aromatherapy and hot stones augment the luxurious experience, which clients can cap off with a refreshing European facial.
The Eco Chateau team seeks to help the masses at their spa, which fuses luxury and wellness. There, professionals combine modern therapies with ancient spa rituals to unclog stress channels and promote healing. Detox treatments such as juice cleanses, infrared-sauna sessions, and the cheekily named Chanel No. 2 colon hydrotherapy free bodies from invasive toxins and environmental stressors. Massage therapists tame unruly muscles with different massage modalities, including Basalt Stone Therapy Massage, which uses aromatic oils and heated stones to ease deep aches and pains, or Heavenly Massage, which uses long and flowing strokes to soothe and relax. They also offer 10 variations of organic facials and waxing that rids faces of unwanted hair or shapes eyebrows into re-creations of Charlie Chaplin’s mustache.
The team at LotusRain Naturopathic Clinic blends traditional diagnostic methods with natural therapies to promote overall wellness. Read on to learn about a few of the treatments available.
IV nutrition therapy: During this treatment, a powerful solution featuring a combination of vitamins and minerals is administered intravenously to boost energy and address various ailments.
Infrared sauna: Detoxifying sessions in the clinic's infrared sauna bathe the skin in dry, relaxing infrared heat, which helps increase lymphatic flow and alleviate pain.
Hydrotherapy: Designed to improve circulation and digestive and liver function, this approach involves topical applications of hot and cold water across the body.
For those with sore muscles, spotty skin, achy joints, or weary spirits, a treatment at Spa & Etc. might be just the ticket for a much-needed boost. Here, licensed massage therapists and aestheticians have a myriad of services to help—hot-stone massages play a one-two punch on stress and soreness, and reflexology treatments rebalance out-of-whack energy levels. There's also salt body scrubs, multivitamin hand repairs, and infrared sauna sessions, which come with detox oil wraps that help rid the body of toxins.
As these treatments rejuvenate the body, facials such as the Dermalogica skin treatments restore the skin to its radiant glow with masques, toners, and double cleansing, expelling every last pore-blocking subatomic particle.
Named for the Italian word for light, Luce Skincare and Body offers complexion-brightening treatments in a tranquil setting. A duo of licensed aestheticians performs a menu of custom services, including facials designed to combat aging, acne, or the after-effects of falling asleep on corduroy. Massages soothe bodies with the relaxing warmth of hot stones and the strokes of various modalities. Clients can be swaddled in classic body wraps, which pamper frames with moisturizing oils, or don infrared wraps designed to sweat out inches and detoxify.