With more than 1,000 hours of education in the field of massage and therapeutic bodywork, Chad Tanney possesses the knowledge to treat a wide range of concerns. He customizes treatment plans based on individual needs, using trigger-point therapy, shiatsu techniques, deep-tissue pressure, or gentle Swedish strokes in order to soothe tension-laden muscles or help increase a joint's range of motion. Although Chad's treatments can leave muscles as relaxed as a slinky in zero gravity if that is the client's goal, he mainly focuses on helping people either overcome chronic aches and pains or regain function and mobility after suffering an injury.
At Bella Vidas, licensed permanent makeup artist and skin-rejuvenation technician Valorie abides by the philosophy that every life is beautiful. She and her staff amplify outer beauty through a variety of spa services including Valorie’s permanent makeup specialization, in which she holds numerous certifications and an apprenticeship with the Lasting Permanent Makeup Training Center, as well as slimming body wraps, infrared sauna sessions, and skincare treatments using M’lis products. Like mountains and prospectors who live in mountains, faces become weathered over time, which is why the staff at Bella Vidas also performs facial treatments that focus on skin conditions such as acne, wrinkles, and scars.
The technicians at BeauOne Salon strive to honor the most hardworking parts of the body with hand and foot therapies that are both cosmetic and curative. They augment mani-pedis with frills such as paraffin wax and warm, exfoliating masks, using multivitamins and aromatherapy to soften rough skin. The offerings range from utilitarian—the Rugged Man treatment simply prunes nails and massages limbs—to playfully artsy, with animal prints and polka dots of polish decorating big toes. Hairstylists also helm stations between the salon's pale-blue walls. They trim, highlight, and color locks with the aid of organic products, and they compose special updos for weddings or the annual Sack of Rome.