Mesa Spas


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  • Simple Cure Massage Therapy
    Pain can come in many forms, and Simple Cure Massage Therapy's single remedy works to address them all. The massage clinic's skilled therapists help adults, seniors, and even children to find relief from pain due to physical injury, overworked muscles, or stress from feuding with imaginary best friends. The massage therapists customize each treatment to accommodate clients' rehabilitation goals and problem areas, and they use massage techniques including lava stones, trigger-point therapy, and deep, targeted kneads. The clinic's staff also holds sessions where clients can learn relaxation techniques that they can self-administer, including stretching, hot and cold therapy, and self-hugging. Along with a wide variety of massage techniques, Simple Cure Massage Therapy offers many customized skincare treatments. Technicians carefully analyze clients' skin in order to create an effective skin treatment, customized to a client's individual needs. Facials address a multitude of issues including acne, hyperpigmentation, and signs of aging. After skin has been pampered, technicians can also remove unwanted hair from the face.
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    44 W University Dr, Ste 201
    Mesa, AZ US
  • Fuchsia
    Fuchsia lives up to its incandescent name: its hot-pink walls vibrate under shimmering chandeliers. The pink ceiling curves and cuts away to expose industrial chrome pipes reflecting the script of a neon fuchsia Fuchsia sign. Profiled by ABC's The Revolution, Good Morning Arizona, and magazines such as Everyday with Rachael Ray, the spa pampers its guests so thoroughly, it's earned a spot on Gayot's list of Top 10 Value Spas in the world. Visitors call in or make online appointments to be bundled in body wraps, receive custom facials, or spruce up their nails. Massages take place in private suites where customers can tune into their own iPods, and hair-removal services prep parties for windstorms in velcro factories. The spa also contains a blow-dry bar, a makeup-artistry station, and shelves and racks of boutique apparel, accessories, and skincare products.
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    1854 S Val Vista Dr
    Mesa, AZ US
  • OolaMoola
    Nailing a job interview, taking a spiritual retreat, and heading out for a night with friends—these disparate activities all work to boost one’s Oola. Fun to say and satisfying to achieve, you attain Oola when several core factors of your life are thriving. Oola might mean that you’re feeling good about your fitness level, finances, career, faith, or relationship with your family, friends, and ant-farm residents. The folks at Oola hope to boost Oola levels nationwide by helping their clients map out their life’s goals and how they will go about achieving them. The service also boosts Oola quotients by introducing their members to cool businesses and offering discounts on services including massages, fitness, and mani-pedis.
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    925 South Gilbert Road
    Mesa, AZ US
  • City Styles of Superstition Springs
    City Styles of Superstition Springs' clients love its full salon. It's a one-stop shop for all your beauty needs in Mesa. The stylists at this salon are trained in a wide variety of hair care services, including cut and color processes. If you're having a bad day, you can head on over to City Styles of Superstition Springs for a relaxing salon treatment and leave your stress at the door.
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    6555 E Southern Ave
    Mesa, AZ US
  • Salon Rustique
    The nail technicians at Salon Escape transform hands and feet into fashion accessories during 60-minute manicures and pedicures. Manicures begin with an exfoliant that smoothes rough palms and finger pads into soft, sensitive vehicles for exploration. Technicians then file ragged nails into regular, geometric shapes, prune cuticles into half-moons, and buff ridges from nails before sealing their handiwork under glossy lacquer. Pedicures begin with a whirlpool bath, which softens callused heels and loosens dead cells so they may be buffed away during a subsequent scrubbing. A massage revives weary arches and gently stretches out scrunched toes, leaving feet relaxed as technicians gather them up to tidy nail beds and paint on polish.
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    5114 East Southern Avenue
    Mesa, AZ US
  • Touch of Healing
    Marie Neugent?s all-inclusive approach to becoming a licensed massage therapist is echoed in her treatments. The Nationally Certified Neuromuscular Massage Therapist, Massage Therapy Instructor, Reiki Master, and Certified Mind-and-Body Wellness Practitioner combines Eastern and Western modalities that provide clients with a whole body approach for healing the mind, body, and spirit.. That's all reflected in the name Touch of Healing, Marie's studio, which took third place in Massage/Reflexology for the 2014 East Valley Tribune Best of Mesa competition. It can also be seen in Touch of Healing's simple logo, two hands gently surrounding a red heart, which neatly captures the spirit of the massage studio. Part of the studio's success might come from a customized approach to eliminating stress, muscle tension, and pain. It also might stem from the diverse staff. Marie is also Certified Mu-Xing therapy instructor and Holy Yoga teacher. She is assisted by a therapeutic reflexologist, deep-tissue specialists, Reiki masters, and shiatsu therapists. In addition to traditional massages, which include prenatal and deep-tissues sessions, Touch of Healing also offers Ashiatsu Barefoot Massage sessions, in which the practitioner uses her feet to glide over the clients' body, using overhead bars to distribute their weight as needed to delve deep into muscles. All services are backed by education about home care and routines.
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    3740 E Southern Ave #114
    Mesa, AZ US

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