Las Vegas resorts don't earn Four Diamond status from AAA without hard work and cushy amenities. At North Las Vegas's Aliante Hotel, many of those luxurious extras come from Re:lax Spa. Whether clients lie back for a massage session livened up with pure-grade essential oil aromatherapy or luxuriate in a botanical wrap that uses a papaya-pineapple body scrub, they find themselves looking and feeling younger than when they arrived. The spa's other relaxation techniques include signature facials, healthy nail therapy, and epilatory add-ons such as eyebrow sculpting and lip waxing. All treatments unfold in an environment of natural serenity enlivened with modern flourishes, including stone and wood fixtures studded with metal fixtures and interesting textures.
Shorthand for You Only Live Once Get Healthy, YoloGetHealthy is the brainchild of health and juicing aficionados Christina Olmos and Ryan Pearson. Passionate about introducing clients to their all-natural wellness philosophy, their services include mobile massage, nutritional coaching, detoxification programs, and juicing demonstrations.
For a thorough revitalization: try a 90-minute deep-tissue massage with hot stones
For a quick visit: try a 30-minute neck, back, and shoulder massage that uses Swedish techniques
For a great bonding experience: try a 60- or 90-minute couples massage
For a way to take a few years off your look: combine an anti-aging facial with a lip and brow wax
At Miraculous Massage, a list of massage techniques—from Swedish and therapeutic to reflexology—untie knotted muscles and diminish areas of pain.
Refreshed bodies can get faces to match with microdermabrasion treatments and express facials.
Inside Reflecting Hands Massage Therapy, the staff uses a wide range of stress-relieving techniques. Their skills touch on everything from traditional Swedish massage to acupressure and reflexology—and they can help people pick just the right one, whether they want to wind down after a tough week or get rid of chronic pain. To deepen the relaxation of these sessions, they can include additions such as exfoliating body scrubs that leave skin silky, warm stones that release tension, and aromatherapy that stirs the senses.
Glenn McCleister was like many of his clients before he became a licensed massage therapist—in pain and seeking relief just about everywhere. After incurring a back injury, he embarked on a futile journey that took him numerous medical specialists’ offices but didn't produce results. Eventually, he ended up on a massage table and found that the therapeutic massages he was receiving were helping his back in a way the specialists weren't able to provide. After that experience, he changed courses in his life and decided to pay his knowledge forward with his own practice.
That's how he came to start Even Flow Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. Today he provides therapeutic, orthopedic, and myofascial release massages with the greater goal of facilitating healing, when appropriate. The therapeutic massage works to ease muscle tension and pain, restore range of motion, increase blood and lymph circulation, boost immune function, and create and overall sense of peace and tranquility. An orthopedic massage uses manual integrated therapy with corrective exercise and stretching to help restore joint range of motion and muscle balance. Clients can also get an assessment of chronic conditions associated with pain with the special orthopedic muscle testing. These techniques can help to alleviate conditions like sciatica, frozen shoulder, hip, knee, and ankle joint pain, IT Band syndrome, neck pain, headaches, TMJ disorder, lumbar pain, bursitis, carpal tunnel, and numbness in the extremities. Glenn also offers calming Swedish massages to help clients find inner peace and relief from strangers on the street who go around singing the words "inner peace" off-key.