The trained staff at Ashley Lynn's Tanning welcomes first-time and returning clients to quality bronzing beds and UV-free VersaSpa tanning booths. The full-body and facial bulbs in tanning beds of various levels speed skin to all-over darkened shades in minutes without the hassle of canning sunbeams for the winter. Staff members swap out each lamp halfway through its lifetime, ensuring tanners won’t endure weakened wattage during their session. Alternatively, the studio's VersaSpa spray-tan booth comforts tanners with an open design and an air-filtration system as they customize their 10-minute sessions by selecting either clear spray-tanning or bronzer-tanning treatment. Each treatment achieves maximum color after 8 hours, and the booth also helps to moisturize skin.
Before Nika Johnson launched Saving Face Esthetics, she studied her craft at David Pressley School of Cosmetology. Now she dispenses nourishing and beautifying treatments at The Center—a massage, yoga, and wellness studio located at the exact center of the United States. In addition to facials and peels that purify pores and smooth rough skin, Nika performs Brazilian waxes without the strip to minimize discomfort. She also coats nails with glossy OPI polishes, subdues headaches with scalp massages, and soothes senses with aromatherapy.
Jessica Freeman, a licensed massage therapist in practice since 2006, heals clients' aches and pains inside private treatment rooms at JB's Salon and Day Spa. She relaxes muscles with gentle Swedish strokes, targets the source of chronic pain with deep-tissue kneads, and pampers clients with warm stones and aromatherapy. She also offers a non-massage specialty—pedicures.
Dr. Young and his team of health care professionals rehabilitate the body with strategies including massage therapy, chiropractic care, acupuncture, and nutrition. They've adopted the ergonomic stainless-steel tools of the Graston Technique to heal inflamed soft tissue and defend their clinic from ninjas. Dr. Young and staff spread their infectious healing to the community, where they support organizations such as Toys for Tots and the Red Cross.
Licensed massage therapist Trisha Clark opened Life Happenings Massage Therapy because she was unsatisfied with the revolving door feeling of larger massage practices. Her nearly two decades of experience has taught her that massages should be one-on-one, with the therapist devoting his or her full attention to each client and taking time to customize Swedish, deep tissue, and other modalities to suit their unique needs. Her one-room studio exemplifies this philosophy with a single massage table and a streamlined set-up designed expressly to focus on a single client. As a result, Trisha never gets distracted by long lines of clients or stressed dads who need help unknotting holiday lights.
Zac Goodside, the licensed massage therapist behind Z's Massage & Holistic Boutique, helps clients unwind through custom Swedish, deep-tissue, prenatal, and myofascial-release massages. Zac boosts relaxation levels even more with hot stones or aromatic oil add-ons in scents such as lavender and peppermint.